The following lucky volunteers have each won a pair of tickets to see their favourite Premier League Club.
We’ve still got loads of tickets to give away! To get your hands on a pair, all you need to do is register HERE. You’ll then automatically be entered into our prize draw.
Here's a little more about our winners...
Aisling Rollason won tickets to see West Bromwich Albion
Aisling volunteered through a university programme called Street Support. She made soup and sandwiches for homeless people and distributed them in the local city centre. “The homeless people we help are so friendly, they all have a story to tell. It’s really fun to visit them, have a chat and help them all at the same time.”
Alex Mackintosh won tickets to see Blackpool
"I think it is a great idea to get more people in involved in football and in the long term will improve the game."
Andrew Foster won tickets to see Liverpool
“I volunteered in the Lighthouse project based in Anfield.”
Carly Brown won tickets to see Liverpool
Carly volunteers with Herbs And Dragonflies. “We do different gardening activities, etc. It's really fun.”
Darel Seow won tickets to see Chelsea
“My team and I established a mentoring programme for underprivileged youths back home in Singapore, having identified that the best way to help would be to offer guidance like an elder sibling. It was thoroughly rewarding to see the smiling faces of these youths. Make the Team's a great opportunity, we can not only make a difference, but also get to catch a match right after!"
David Norris won tickets to see Chelsea
David volunteers through the Wizards of Hilltop, a local radio show. “I think the Make the Team Campaign is a brilliant way to encourage people to get involved in volunteering and to involve large football clubs to show that they care about the community and not just making profits.”
Edward Tuite won tickets to see Aston Villa
Edward volunteers at three radio stations around Cambridge (Core Radio, HCRfm and 209 Radio) hosting his own shows covering sports, news and entertainment and hopes to persue a career in radio. "I feel the Make the Team campaign is a very good project because it gets people out and about and also gives them the chance to win tickets to see there favorite team; so, even though you don't get paid to volunteer there are always rewards somewhere along the line."
Gemma Nicholson won tickets to see Wigan Athletic
'I think vinspired is great and the Make the Team campaign is great as it's helping out people who need us voluteers and lets us get rewarded for our work!'
Jack Deaton won tickets to see Aston Villa
"During my life I have done as much volunteer work as time allows me, and I do volunteer work with sport. I have helped to set up a volleyball club in my local area and have taken an active role in coaching both football and volleyball in my local area. The Make The Team campaign is a really good initiative that definitely has all the right ideas and, for me, can help to make a difference with many people."
Jordan Garland won tickets to see West Bromwich Albion
“I helped out with my village kids’ football team, Ashby St Ledgers, helping to organise and officiate games for the local kids. I wanted to help kids get into football at a grassroots level; the Make the Team campaign is a great way to do this.”
Joshua Benfield won tickets to see Tottenham Hotspur
A keen Spurs fan, Joshua volunteers assisting with various sports and cooking projects in his local community. Joshua says that he feels that winning the Make the Team campaign will help 'boost the sense of achievement to those involved and impacted' by his volunteering.
Leon Olechnowicz-Simpson won tickets to see Wigan
'I cannot wait and can't thank you enough for giving me this opportunity to go and see my favorite team!'
Lia Korley won tickets to see Manchester City
Lia volunteered with Gamesforce to get experience of volunteering at a big sports event as well as understand the sport management and organisation to hold such an event. 'The Make the Team Campaign is a great way to recognise the achievement of committed young volunteers.'
Matt Dicks won tickets to see West Ham
Matt has volunteered helping at a number of events with St. John's Ambulance assisting with first aid. "I feel proud to make a real difference my community and I really enjoy it."
Oyinda Ayonrinde won tickets to see Arsenal.
Oyinda helps out at my local Rainbows girlguiding group and at a day centre. “I'm really excited to have won tickets with Make the Team”
Robert Birtwell, won tickets to see Blackburn Rovers
Robert has been volunteering with Groundwork carrying out an archaeological survey of Rochdale and is now producing education packs for local schools about the history of Rochdale.
Ryan Brown won tickets to see Liverpool
Ryan is volunteering with Herbs And Dragonflies. “We do gardening and environmental projects. At the moment we are planting an allotment and designing a garden for BBC Gardeners's World Live flower show. I think the Make The Team campaign is brilliant.”
Sarah Murray won tickets to see Manchester City
Sarah volunteers at a local Brownies unit and helped judged the vinspired National Awards. "It has been a great chance to meet new people and learn new skills. I think the Make the Team Campaign is brilliant!"
Steve Coleman won tickets to see Liverpool
Steve, keen to become a teacher after he finishes University, has volunteered at his local primary school for the past six months. A massive Liverpool fan (check the Anfield poster and red duvet in the pic!) says "I believe that the Make the Team scheme is a good initiative as it gives people an added incentive to volounteer and the website's great for finding for opportunites."
Susannah Holt won tickets to see Tottenham Hotspurs
Susannah volunteers with Cancer Research to help raise vital funding for research into successful cancer treatments. ''Make The Team' is an excellent initiative, emphasising the value of contributing to one's local community. The advantages of volunteering cannot be emphasised enough. You really can make a difference to somebody else's life and experiences! 'Make the Team' enriches peoples' lives: it benefits the volunteers and those they help.'
William Benn won tickets to see Arsenal
“I had never done any volunteering before but I decided it was a good way to both help the community and improve my skills and my CV. I discovered vinspired.com and I was impressed with how easy it was to navigate the site and search for opportunities which fit the skills and areas of work that I was interested in. Volunteering as a blogger for 'Make the Team' appealed to me both as a football fan and as someone who is interested in pursuing a career in the media.”
Yi Hu won tickets to see Chelsea
Yi has volunteered at events in China and now lives in Plymouth and has applied to volunteer with Plymouth Hope Football Club. “Thank you so much for the chance to get tickets.”