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Sign up a Welford Road first-time visitor now or on matchday this Saturday with a Games Keeper and they could win a great Leicester Tigers gift and have it presented by a player on the pitch at half-time.My First Matchday aims to give first-time visitors to the home of Tigers a memorable experience – and that’s just what happened to Alisdair Massie from Cambridgeshire, who was our winner at the LV= Cup semi-final against Exeter Chiefs and received his prize from Tigers player Jordan Crane on the Welford Road pitch at half-time.    “I’ve been a Tigers fan for years but never been to Welford Road before,” Alisdair said.   “My wife is an Exeter fan because she’s a Devon girl, so we’ve been having some friendly competition and we get to do it all again for the next match when Chiefs come back for the league game!   “Big thanks to Jordan Crane for coming on to the pitch to present the goodies and for having a picture with me, it was a great experience.”   You can sign up a first-time visitor at leicestertigers.com/myfirstmatchday or on a home matchday with a Games Keeper and they will be put into a prize draw to win a bag of Tigers goodies. All first-time visitors can also pick up a My First Matchday certificate signed by club captain Ed Slater from Games Keepers around the stadium. Games Keepers are members of the Tigers customer services team who are stationed on the plaza in front of the MET-Rx stand and around the ground on matchdays to lend a helping hand, to promote Tigers family traditions and to support fans to ensure everyone has a great day out. Why not find a Games Keeper at Saturday's Aviva Premiership game against Exeter Chiefs and #Getcaptured for the chance to get your photo shown on the Big Screen, on Tigers' social media pages and in the matchday programme. Match tickets to Tigers versus Chiefs are available now. Call in at Welford Road, phone 0116 319 8888 (option 2) or click here to book online - you can also use the new print at home facility for tickets bought online.