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Season 2010/11

Spot the ball and win a trip to Abu Dhabi

  • 24 July 2010 10:18

How are your Spot the Ball skills? Not too rusty after the summer break, we hope, because you'll kick yourself if you don't have a go in our fantastic free competition.

Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA) is getting the season off to a flying start with a fun football competition that will land a dream trip for the lucky winner.

ADTA, the official tourism destination partner of Manchester City Football Club, is offering a lucky fan and friend the chance to experience one of the most dynamic and exciting leisure destinations around, sample the emirate’s famed Arabian hospitality, and see a host of Abu Dhabi’s world-class attractions.

All you need to do is play the ‘Abu Dhabi Travellers Welcome Spot the Ball Competition’ for your chance to win the trip, which includes return airline tickets and three nights' stay at one of the emirate’s stunning hotels.

Spot the ball

Here's a shot from City's exciting US tour game against Sporting Lisbon at the Red Bull Arena - all you have to do is use your knowledge of the game to decide which of the balls is the right one and enter at

Choose right and you'll go into the hat for a chance to sample the world-renowned delights of Abu Dhabi. It's that simple! 

Whether you fancy sunning on Abu Dhabi’s sweeping white beaches, immersing yourself in Middle East culture at the stunning Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, visiting soon-to-open Ferrari World - with more than 20 rides and attractions, including the world's fastest rollercoaster - or just relaxing in any of the city’s buzzing restaurants and eateries, all you have to do is to "get spotting"!


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