Chance to play on field of dreams
- Fri 22 Jan 2010, 1:27PM
Bid now to book your place in one of Football Aid’s special 10th anniversary matches!
Football Aid, in association with Manchester City FC, are giving fans the opportunity to bid online and win the chance to take part in a 90-minute match at the City of Manchester Stadium.
Taking part and helping to guide the winners through their paces will be former City players - Andy Hinchcliffe, Ian Brightwell and Mike Doyle have all taken part in recent years.
Just visit www.footballaid.com, select your team and position, then place your bid. And with bidding for some positions starting at just £170, booking a position in our Decade of Dreams season could turn out to be the best bargain you’ll ever bag!
Remember to take advantage of our ‘maximum bid’ facility, which automatically bids up to your maximum amount without you having to re-bid online, stopping you being out-bid at the last minute even when you’re offline.
90-minute and 45-minute bidding positions are available now and close throughout February, with the last available positions closing on March 3. The 'buy now' option will remain available for selected positions throughout this period as well.
So why not visit www.footballaid.com now to find out how you could Live the Dream at the City of Manchester Stadium. Alternatively, if you’d like more information, e-mail the Football Aid team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0131 220 5999.
Since Football Aid’s debut season in 2001, supporters from all over the world have been coming together to raise significant funds for our nominated charities.
Funds raised from events are distributed through Football Aid's parent charity Field of Dreams and split between diabetes-related projects and charities nominated by participating clubs.
The past beneficiaries nominated by the club have been ‘City in the Community’ Projects. These donations, alongside funds donated by other clubs to local and national projects, will allow Football Aid to reach pledges of £1.5million to charity this season.