WIN TICKETS TO SAINTS V CRYSTAL PALACE WITH THE CARLSBERG FAN SQUAD
Wednesday, 25th Feb 2015 10:36
The Carlsberg Fan Squad has teamed up with the Ugly Inside to offer one lucky reader a pair of tickets to the Saints V Crystal Palace game on Tuesday 3rd March.
The Carlsberg Fan Squad is all about making football better for fans, and that includes making sure stadiums are full of proper fans. Now they're out to make sure the punditry box is populated with them too!
Carlsberg has launched a nationwide search with talkSPORT to give one football fan their big break on national radio. The People’s Pundit championed by the Carlsberg Fan Squad will invite fans to showcase their punditry skills by swapping the terraces, pub or sofa, for the world’s biggest sports radio station.
If Carlsberg did punditry, they’d probably be fans just like you. Fans can upload a video entry showcasing their skills to The PeoplesPundit.com or via Carlsberg’s People’s Pundit Vauxhall Movano as it tours the UK visiting pubs and stadiums around the country.
To enter please answer the following question: Jeff Stelling is a pundit for which TV broadcaster?
1. Sky Sports
3. BT SPORT
To enter submit your answer via the comments section below, all decisions are final and Fans Network, The Ugly Inside, Carlsberg or any other associated companies will not enter into any correspondence regarding the decision.
The Competition closes as 1pm on Thursday 26th February 2015 and the winner will be chosen at random and notified via this site . Please note that although you may enter after 1pm your entry will not be included in the draw.
NB This competition is run by The Carling Fan Squad and not www.theuglyinside.net
For more information on The People’s Pundit and to track the Carlsberg van on it’s journey around the UK follow @CarlsbergFooty #PeoplesPundit
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