Home / Entertainment / Disney Store details Marvel Team Challenge initiative for Captain America: Civil War
The Marvel Team Challenge will see kids pick a side, either Team Captain America or Team Iron Man.

Disney Store details Marvel Team Challenge initiative for Captain America: Civil War

The Disney Store has unveiled a raft of in store activities to mark the arrival of Captain America: Civil War at the end of this month.

The Marvel Team Challenge will give guests the chance to either support Captain America on his quest to remain independent or Iron Man, who wants to support the government in their mission to protect the people.

The activity will take place in Disney Stores across the UK and Ireland, excluding London’s Covent Garden and Manchester’s Trafford Disney Stores, from Sunday, April 24th and running every Saturday and Sunday from 3pm to 3:30pm until Saturday 4th June. This excludes April 16th, 17th and 30th, and May 1st and 2nd.

The challenge will also run every day throughout May half-term.

Guests get to pick their teams and are then taken on a quest to complete four team-building tasks in order to win puzzle pieces.

There will also be a quiz to test their Avenger knowledge, an Avenger training session where they will learn the Avenger’s signature battle moves, a communication task to pass on a top secret code, and to finish; teams will need to use the puzzle pieces collected to build their completed puzzle in the fastest time.

Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War hits UK cinemas on April 29th.

About Robert Hutchins

Robert Hutchins is the editor of Licensing.biz and ToyNews. Hutchins has worked his way up from Staff Writer to the position of Editor across the two titles, having spent some six years with both ToyNews and Licensing.biz, and what now seems like a lifetime surrounded by toys. You can contact him by emailing robert.hutchins@bizmedia.co.uk or calling him on 0203 143 8780 You can even follow him on Twitter @RobHutchins3 if ranting is your thing...

Check Also

Hasbro’s VP consumer products Marianne James on becoming a pre-school powerhouse

When Hasbro first made clear its plans to take over the Entertainment One entity at …