Saints Magic Weekend Kit Competition

People with care and support needs have the chance to create rugby league history, by designing St Helens’ 2020 Dacia Magic Weekend kit.

The reigning Betfred Super League champions have teamed up local charity, St Helens Autism Support, and the leading national social care charity, Community Integrated Care, to deliver this unique project.

This inclusive initiative reflects a long-term commitment by Saints to use the Betfred Super League’s Dacia Magic Weekend event as platform for raising awareness and funds to change the lives of people affected by autism.

This competition will give someone the honour of leading the design of Saints’ shirt for the St James’ Park tie, where they will compete against their 2019 Grand Final rivals, Salford Red Devils.

To get involved download the entry pack on this page and send to Entries close on Thursday 5th March.

Using these packs, people can draw their dream kit for the event and submit it for entry.

The winning shirt will be judged in the coming weeks by a panel of St Helens RFC icons and representatives, and people supported and employed by Community Integrated Care. One lucky winner will not only see their design developed by the renowned rugby league apparel designers, O’Neill’s, but also receive an exclusive VIP Saints experience.

Entrants are encouraged to get creative in their designs. Whilst the Club is open to any creations, the activity packs offer some inspiration which may help participants form their ideas. Potential themes may include the history, branding, players, supporters and colours of St Helens RFC, the town and landmarks of St Helens, inclusion and community, and the Community Integrated Care Learning Disability Super League. The shirt will be released for sale ahead of Dacia Magic Weekend, raising funds for vital support and projects for local families and individuals who are affected by autism.