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Football Aid - Chance Of A Lifetime

One Week to win the footballing chance of a lifetime…

The Football Aid phenomenon is back for its seventh season bringing with it YOUR chance to win the opportunity to follow in your football heroes footsteps, pull on the revered shirt and play an adrenaline fuelled game on the sacred pitch of the Club you support.

There`s only 7 days until the final whistle is blown on the ultimate football giveaway you just can`t miss out!

If you spend your Saturdays in the stands, dreaming of scoring that winning goal, of running through the tunnel and hearing the roar of the crowd as you step out onto the hallowed turf, then Vital Football`s competition will suit you!

Time is already dribbling away so what are you waiting for, Live the Dream and take part in the chance to play with your football legends www.footballaid.com

Imagine this: you arrive at the players` entrance, only to meet club legends and managers who will be with you for the rest of your day. You change into your personalised first team strip in the TEAM changing rooms and you run out through the tunnel to the chants and cheers from your family and friends, all there to share the experience as you create your own piece of Club History. With Football Aid ambassadors including Wilf McGuiness, Danny McGrain and Kevin Gallacher, and with previous playing legends including the likes of Peter Beardsley, Steve Bull, Jeremy Goss and Ally McCoist, it certainly is a once in a lifetime opportunity!

Charity organisation Football Aid is giving one lucky user the chance to do all this for FREE. So Even if your soccer skills are more shaky than silky, you can still experience the thrills and spills, highs and lows, controversy and high drama of match day fever at your favourite club. All you have to do is answer this one simple question:

On which Island did Football Aid launch its first ever Festival of Football? (For a hint: Click Here)

To enter, please send your answer by e-mail to: competition@footballaid.com and remember to include your full name, e-mail address, telephone number and CHOSEN CLUB as well. But hurry, the competition only has ONE WEEK left, closing on the 15th February 2008. Football Aid will choose the winner at random and contact the winner directly.

Football Aid raises money for a wide range of deserving charities locally, nationally and around the globe by hosting events at the UK`s largest clubs. Furthermore, you can revel in the fact that all proceeds from the games go to a wide range of deserving charities, locally, nationally and around the globe. Founded in 2000, Football Aid was developed as a unique way of raising money to find a cure for diabetes and six years on, over £1,200,000 has been awarded to diabetes research, education and management projects as well as charities nominated for funding by the Clubs that take part.

Football Aid Terms and Conditions

In accordance with FA regulations on single-sex games, entrants must be male and 18 years of age or over.

The prize is a 45-minute position in a 90-minute charity football game at one of Football Aid`s participating Clubs. This season this includes:

Premiership: Aston Villa, Birmingham City, Blackburn Rovers, Everton, Liverpool, Manchester United, Middlesbrough, Newcastle United, West Ham United, Wigan Athletic.

Championship: Charlton Athletic, Coventry City, Crystal Palace, Leicester City, Norwich City, Queens Park Rangers, Sheffield United, Sheffield Wednesday, Watford, West Bromwich Albion, Wolves

SPL: Celtic, Rangers, Hearts, Scotland International at Hampden, International Challenge at Hampden (Scotland Vs Rest of the World).

If your team is not mentioned above, visit www.footballaid.com for further information.

Competition Winner Requirements

Once the winner has been chosen they will need to complete the following stages before securing their position.

* Call the Football Aid sales team on 0131 220 5999 stating your name and where you won your position.
* Register online at www.footballaid.com so as to agree with the Football Aid terms and conditions. You will then receive a unique password and will then be able to receive all the regular updates about your game.
* Football Aid will then be able to process your winning position and will send you your player`s pass and information pack.

All winners must agree to the Football Aid terms and conditions before they are able to play on their Field of Dreams. Please Click Here for a fuller account of our T&Cs.

Competition started 23/01/2008 and runs until February 15 2008 at 12:00 noon. Judges decision will be final; no correspondence will be entered into. Vital Network Ltd accept no responsibility for prizes or the competition.




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