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Competition: Win a pair of tickets for Everton v Hull on March 7 - courtesy of Barclays

04 Mar 2010 07:31:29

Competition: Win a pair of tickets for Everton v Hull on March 7 - courtesy of Barclays

Sportsmail has teamedup with Barclays, sponsor of the Premier League, to offer one luckyreader the opportunity to win a pair of tickets for Everton v Hull at Goodison Park on Sunday March 7. Everton have been in superb form in recent week especially at home while Hull have slipped into the bottom three following successive defeats at Blackburn and West Ham. Everton are still pushing for place in the top five and European football next season so it's a match both sides need to win. For your chance to win tickets answer this simple question: Which current Hull City left-sided player scored four goals in 104 League games for Everton from 2003-2006?A: Kevin SheedyB: Kevin RichardsonC: Kevin KIlbaneEmail your answer to:sportcomps@dailymail.co.ukbefore midday on Thursday March 4 and remember to include your name, postaladdress and a telephone number on which you can be contacted. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU PUT 'BARCLAYS EVERTON'  IN YOUR SUBJECT BOX TO VALIDATE YOUR ENTRY. The first name drawn after the deadline will be the winner. Please note: These tickets are for home fans only and the prize does not include travel to/from the ground or any hospitality. Normal Daily Mail rules apply. Only the winners will be notified but don't worry if you're notsuccessful, you can always net a pair by visiting your nearest BarclaysATM. Match tickets are up for grabs EVERY 90 minutes, every day,throughout the 2009/10 season. To be in with a chance of winning,simply request a receipt from the ATM or visitwww.barclaysticketoffice.com to enter - you don't even have to be aBarclays customer. Further information and terms and conditions areavailable from www.barclaysticketoffice.com And there's more... Barclays, title sponsor of the Barclays Premier League, have launched a global competition to find the best match-day experience in the world. From the pubs of Pretoria to the beaches of Goa, fans have created their own spiritual homes outside of the Barclays Premier League stadiums to support their beloved teams, and Barclays want to hear all about them. 13.5 million fans attend Barclays Premier League matches live in the UK every season, and globally the League reaches an estimated 500 million homes in 211 countries, with fans going to extraordinary lengths to follow their favourite team. Barclays Around the World in 90 Minutes is looking for the ultimate fan's experience of English top flight football. The winner will be selected by the competition judging panel led by former Chelsea and France legend, Marcel Desailly, who will be joined by Liverpool's record goal scorer, Ian Rush, and one of the most recognised voices of the game, global football commentator Martin Tyler. The fan who enters the best Barclays Premier League match-day experience will win a trip for two to see their favourite Barclays Premier League team play live in the UK. Speaking from his home in Accra, Ghana, Marcel Desailly said: 'My best match-day experience off the pitch is actually watching in the comfort of my family home in Accra, Ghana. The whole family get together round the TV to support Chelsea my old club. It's usually a weekend, so I'll be enjoying a local beer ahead of dinner. The Barclays Premier League generates such passion and this is no different in my home, we'll all be shouting at the TV and going mad when Chelsea score.' Liverpool legend, Ian Rush, said: 'I have spent a lot of time in South East Asia where the Barclays Premier League is as popular there as it is in the UK. Despite the time difference fans come to the local sports bars in their replica kit, singing their favourite teams songs and really getting behind the team. The dedication and passion of these fans is exactly what we want to hear about.' Venues, locations, viewing rituals and football superstitions are all relevant, and experiences can be individual, or as part of a group of fans. More information and nomination details can be found at www.barclaysfootball.com Entries can be submitted by visiting the competition website www.barclaysfootball.com.  Fans are required to explain in no more than 100 words why they feel their match-day experience is the best in the world.  Fans are also encouraged to support their entries by uploading videos and photos. The competition will run until March 22 2010 with the winner of Barclays Around the World in 90 Minutes' announced in April 2010. Fans can log on to the official website www.barclaysfootball.com for more information on how to enter.


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