Dubai 92 and Emirates have an amazing prize to give away and get your little MVP to Rugby World Cup 2019™ in Japan! The young winner along with a guardian will fly to one of the greatest sporting events in the world. The young winner will also have a once in a lifetime opportunity to fly a flag of a competing team onto the pitch at a quarter-final match! Emirates, the Official Worldwide Partner and Official Airline will look after your travel plans as well.
Who is the most deserving member of your rugby universe here in Dubai? We want you to nominate the most valuable mini member of your team and they could be on the pitch for a quarter-final at Rugby World Cup 2019™ in Japan. Tell us the player, supporter, club member or volunteer that your club or team would not be the same without and why you are nominating them. If they’re selected, we’ll bring them through to the next stage of the competition where they’ll be challenged on air to a Trivia Challenge to see if they can make it into our grand final! Enter yours and the nominee's details below to begin.
Emirates is the Official Worldwide Partner and Official Airline of Rugby World Cup 2019. Emirates operates a daily flight to Tokyo Haneda (HND) airport and a daily flight to Tokyo Narita (NRT).
Emirates will supply one competition winner chosen by Dubai 92 (between the ages of 10 to 16 with the consent of a parental guardian) a Rugby World Cup 2019 flag bearer program package award during the quarter-final, match 42.
Nominee's need to be aged between 10 - 16 at the time of travel.
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