For the first time ever as the home of English rugby in Twickenham prepares to host the Los Angeles Rams and New York Giants next month, Hounslow council and NFL (National Football League) International Series have teamed up to give two of the borough's most creative pupils VIP access to the match.
The Young Reporters competition asks pupils to make a video or design a piece of artwork reflecting either one of the teams and is open to 11 to 16-year-olds who attend school in the borough.
Winners will have the chance to become a journalist for the day interviewing some of the stars, attend practices of each team and receive exclusive VIP passes to meet the players behind the scenes.
Councillor Tom Bruce, cabinet member for education and children’s service at Hounslow Council, said: "This is a fantastic opportunity for young people from our schools and something that will develop interest and excitement throughout the borough.
“Although I am an Arizona Cardinals fan myself, I always look forward to any of the NFL games held here in London, and to have one on our door step at Twickenham Stadium is really fantastic.
“This competition is a chance to be creative, be a part of a major event that is coming to the borough and to get more young people into sport.”
Submit your entry to the competition by email and make sure to include your full name, age and school.
Closing date for entries is October 5 and the two winners will be announced on October 12.
The match between the two rivals fighting for Super Bowl glory will be held on October 23.