FA Cup competition: Be the Chelsea mascot for the FA Cup semi-final against Aston Villa at Wembley

17 March 2010 10:45
Sportsmail has teamed up teamed up with FA Cup sponsor E.ON, to offer you the chance to win a once-in-a-lifetime experience for your child.

As part of E.ON's Great Saves campaign - celebrating great energy saves at home and great saves on the pitch - the energy company are giving a 7-11-year-old the chance to lead out the teams at Wembley as Chelsea take on Aston Villa in the semi-finals of The FA Cup sponsored by E.ON on Saturday April 10.

Our lucky winner will also get to keep the kit they wear to lead the team out on the day.

With one exclusive mascot place to give away all you need to do for the chance to win is answer the following question correctly.

Who scored the only goal when Chelsea beat Aston Villa 1-0 in the 2000 FA Cup Final?1. Dennis Wise

2. Gus Poyet

3. Roberto Di Matteo

E-mail your answer, along with your name, address, contact number and name and age of child you'd like to be mascot to:

sportcomps@dailymail.co.uk by midday Wednesday March 24 2010.

PLEASE NOTE: Only children aged 7-11 are eligible to be mascots; you must type the words EON MASCOT in your subject box to validate your entry; the prize does not include travel to/from Wembley but travel expenses of up to £200 can be claimed (see terms and conditions below); the prize is be Chelsea mascot for the FA Cup semi-final against Aston Villa and does not include hospitality/food but does include one night's hotel accommodation (see terms and conditions below).

All season E.ON is inviting football fans and their families to share, spot and make great saves on and off the pitch. To find out how to make your own great saves visit eongreatsaves.com

Dream come true: Your child could lead Chelsea out at Wembley with skipper John Terry

Full terms and conditionsThe competition to win a mascot place at The FA Cup Semi Final on Saturday 10 April closes midday Thursday March 24 2010.The prize is for a young fan (aged from 7 to 11 years on 10 April 2010. Proof of age will be required) to accompany a player onto the pitch as a player escort in The FA Cup        Semi Final match on Saturday 10 April.The child must be accompanied to the match by their parent or guardian. Insurance, personal expenses and any other costs not specifically associated with the prize are the responsibility of the winner.Travel to and from your central London point is not arranged by E.ON and is your responsibility to arrange. However, travel costs of up to £200 per party will be reimbursed upon production of valid receipts. E.ON UK is not responsible for late changes in the date and kick-off time or postponement of the match.Accommodation in a London hotel will be provided on the night prior to The FA Cup Semi Final for one night only and this will be one twin room. The prize also includes one ticket for the player escort and one for their parent or guardian to watch The FA Cup Semi Final match (a total of 2 seat only tickets). You will be advised which end of the ground your seats are located. Requests will not be considered. No additional tickets are available.It is the responsibility of the competition entrant to confirm the date and kick off time on The FA's official website.E.ON has no jurisdiction over which player escort each child will walk out with. This process is managed solely by The FA and will be decided on matchday. No requests can be made.Applicants must be based in the United Kingdom.Multiple entries are permitted but only one prize per customer may be won.If the prize is not available for reasons beyond our control, we reserve the right to offer an alternative prize of  what we deem to be of similar value.The competition is not open to anyone who is subject to a Football Banning OrderWe will make all reasonable attempts to contact the winner by email and telephone but if we are unable to make contact, we reserve the right to draw another winner.By entering into the prize draw, you agree to enter into such promotional activity as we may reasonably require.There is no cash or credit alternative and the prize in non transferable and non negotiable.Entry into the prize draw is acceptance of these Terms and Conditions and The FA's general ticket terms and conditions.The name of all the winners may be obtained by sending a stamped self addressed envelope stating your request and the name of the prize draw to Mike Anstead, Daily Mail Sport Online, Northcliffe House, 2 Derry Street, Kensington, London, W8 5TT.Our decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.This prize draw is governed by English Law.  

Source: Daily_Mail

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