ENGLAND footballer Jude Bellingham, who hails from Stourbridge, has signed 10 limited-edition reusable water bottles which have been distributed across McDonald’s restaurants in Stourbridge and Halesowen.

Jude, who played for Stourbridge FC juniors, is a McDonald’s Fun Football Ambassador and he was recently spotted back in Stourbridge meeting and coaching youngsters at a football session on the Lea Vale playing fields in Norton, and giving an interview outside the Crystal Leisure Centre.

The star midfielder, who signed to Real Madrid in June after a three-year stint at Germany’s Borussia Dortmund, left young players and parents starstruck after attending one of the McDonald’s fun football sessions hosted by Kixx Stourbridge football academy on September 13.

Now the fast food chain has announced that golden tickets have been planted in five water bottles at the Stourbridge restaurant and five at McDonald’s in Halesowen.

Those lucky enough to find one will win a water bottle signed by 20-year-old Jude who is tipped to become the England team captain by the time he’s 25.

Robert Holdcroft, who owns and operates 12 restaurants in the West Midlands, said: “We’re huge fans of Jude and it means a lot that he’s supporting our Ronald McDonald House Charities UK water bottle fundraiser, raising awareness and vital funds for an incredible Charity.

“Golden tickets have been planted in five water bottles at our Stourbridge restaurant and five at our Halesowen restaurant to win a signed bottle. We wish all our customers the best of luck!”

For a chance to win customers need to buy a limited-edition water bottle at Stourbridge or Halesowen McDonald’s restaurant from today; look for a golden ticket inside and if lucky enough to find one – show it to a member of staff who will collect the signed bottle for the winner.

Profits from sales of the water bottles will be donated to Ronald McDonald House Charities UK which provides support to thousands of families across the UK at each of its 14 locations.

The Houses, located next to major hospitals, allow families to be by their child's bedside in a matter of moments, while maintaining a degree of normality during difficult times.

The new limited-edition reusable water bottles are available in three designs for £6.99 each and have been launched as part of McDonald’s £1 million fundraising drive for the charity.

Full terms and conditions can be found on the McDonald’s website.