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Win A Chance To Play At Villa Park

Win a chance to Play on the Pitch at your Favourite Club!

Attention all football fans! Do you ever have that dream where you are running down the tunnel at your favourite club to the sound of the crowd cheering your name? The dream where you are taking the precious first steps onto the hallowed turf to live the life of a professional footballer…?

Well thanks to VitalFootball.co.uk and Football Aid, this dream could soon become a reality! We are teaming up with the beautiful games favourite charity Football Aid, offering one lucky winner the chance to bring their footballing dreams alive and play alongside or be managed by some of the football’s greatest players who have in the past included Denis Irwin, Jim Beglin, David Busst and our vice-patron, Danny McGrain MBE.

Over twenty-five clubs have confirmed their participation in the 2009 Live the Dream events, with this season looking to be one of the most successful years yet! Not only will you grace the hallowed turf of the club you love, but you will also receive a fully personalized replica strip, access to the changing rooms, and to end the day there will be post match presentations including man of the match and moment of the match in the hospitality suite.

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.


To have the chance to win this fantastic prize, simply answer the following question:

Football Aid’s first EVER Wales International Challenge event at The Millennium Stadium will take place on which date? For a hint, Click Here



One winner will be picked out at random. To enter, please send your answer by e-mail to: competition@footballaid.comand remember to include your full name, e-mail address, telephone number and of course the team you would wish to play for! But hurry, the competition only lasts until Monday 22nd December 2008!

Football Aid will choose the winner at random and contact the winner directly. If you are unlucky with your entry and would like a chance to play, please visit www.footballaid.com for more information.

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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 a 45 minute position at Football Aid’s discretion at one of the following clubs:



English Premier League

Aston Villa
Blackburn Rovers
Bolton Wanderers
Everton
Liverpool
Manchester City
Manchester United
Manchester United Master Class
West Ham United

Championship

Birmingham City
Charlton Athletic
Coventry City
Norwich City
Derby County
QPR
Sheffield United
Southampton
Southend United
Watford
Wolves

Scottish Premier League

Celtic
Hearts
Rangers

Competition Winner Requirements

Once the winner has been chosen they will be contacted by a Football Aid sales co-ordinator. You will then be asked to:

* 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 players pack and guest passes.

All winners must agree to the Football Aid terms and conditions. Please Click Here for a fuller account of our T&Cs.

Competition starts on the 8th December 2008 and runs until the 22nd December at 12:00 noon. Judges decision will be final; no correspondence will be entered into. Vital Football accepts no responsibility for prizes or the competition.




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The Journalist

Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday December 8 2008

Time: 4:27PM

Your Comments

Been there done that , and got the tee shirt. Absolutly awsome, so go on and have go. It was an awsome moment warming up and smashing a ball into the holte net !
HolteEnder43
Birmingham City struggle to get 11 in the ground...
col8
That must be what Emment Kapengwe, Freddie Mwila, Oscar and Hector Arce did. WON a chance to play on the Villa Park pitch. Man, that question has worried me for years. How the hell did they make it onto the hallowed VP playing surface? Now I know.
glensider
I've 'appeared' on the famous VP pitch twice, once for Aston Boys vs Erdington and Saltley, once in a BB Cup Final. Great experience, memories remain, even though both occasions were back in the 60's.
glensider
 

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