Exclusive prizes are up for grabs in a special Love Pompey Love PompeyHistory Fanfunding campaign.

Following on from the successful Pompey History event in April organised by Colin Farmery and a small team of fans and the August launch of the #PompeyVoices website, the aim is to raise funds which will be used to purchase Pompey memorabilia not currently owned by the club so that it can be displayed at future events and longer term become part of a Portsmouth FC museum.

First prize: Win a pool evening at the Shepherds Crook with Mark Catlin. Have a pint or two, play pool and an opportunity to share your thoughts on all things Pompey directly with the CEO.

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Second prize: Win a pair of tickets for a guided stadium tour from Colin Farmery, who oversees history and archiving projects at the club. (5 pairs available)

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Third prize: Go behind the scenes and be a guest at an Express FM Football Hour with Dan Windle.

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Fourth prize: A Pompey Pals print of the painting by Hayling Island artist David Evans.

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Fifth prize: A Pompey legends Hally Ink print.

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Sixth prize: A pair of tickets to any concert of your choice at the Engine Rooms. Click on the link here to see the latest list.

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How to enter: You can help the Pompey History fanfunding campaign by contributing from just £1 via PayPal at PompeyNewsNow@Gmail.Com.

Don’t forget to select the “I’m sending money to family or friends” option to ensure no fees are incurred which would reduce the amount received.

For each £1 donated you will be entered into a draw for a chance to win. Everyone who donates will receive an exclusive high resolution photo signed by Pompey legend Alan Knight ready for printing and framing.

All proceeds from this fanfunding campaign will go towards the purchase of FA Cup memorabilia as worn by Hermann Hreiðarsson. Our initial target is £300.

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Our sincere thanks go to Mark Catlin, Colin Farmery, Steve Hudson, the Shepherds Crook, Dan Windle, Express FM, Bob Beech, the Pompey Pals Project, Hally Ink, Ronnie Scarrott and the Engine Rooms who have all kindly donated these fantastic prizes.

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