January transfer window allows football supporters a fighting chance to play on their field of dreams.
Supporters will have to square up and battle it out for a place on their Clubs' team sheet as Football Aid enters its fifth and most competitive year yet, allowing supporters from all over the world the chance to play on the hallowed turf of Tottenham Hotspur Football Club.
Whether you dream of being a defensive dynamo, a midfield maestro or silky striker, whatever the dream, the beautiful game’s supporters preferred Football charity, Football Aid, announces the launch of the remaining positions for the 2005 series of events at White Hart Lane on our website (www.footballaid.com). The well-known and fiercely competitive online auction marketplace is set to release positions at participating Clubs all over the UK and with starting bids from as low as £250, everyone stands a fighting chance of playing where their heroes have gone before them.
The 2005 series of UK events Auction Program kicks off at on Thursday 13th January allowing successful bidders the opportunity to take to the field with former club players, who will captain each team on the day, and to also be managed by former legends from the touchline. More than just living the dream, each participant will fully experience just what it is like on match day for the professional players at the same time contribute significantly to charity with money raised through participation going to a variety of charitable causes supported by the participating clubs as well as Football Aid’s preferred charity Diabetes Research.
Over the past 4 seasons, Football Aid have delivered over 200 games on a UK Club, European and National stage enabling 6,000 players to "Live the Dream" - playing in a regulated 90 minute game overseen by FA and SFA match officials. 2005 continues to offer the experience of playing at the best of UK Clubs and includes for the first time, the opportunity to run out and play at Stamford Bridge, the home of Chelsea FC in this their centenary year.
Sir Bobby Robson, Patron, adds "Football Aid is a fantastic opportunity for supporters to play where their heroes play and this year, Football Aid is doing better than ever — with more positions taken up, and very likely, much stronger competition for the bidding. Wherever Football is played, there are scores of supporters who live, breathe and sleep the day to day ups and downs of their Club. It is these people that can live their dream, playing with former players in the strip of Tottenham Hotspur Football Club on the pitch at White Hart Lane and make a difference to so many others by the fact that what they do, playing in a game of the pitch of their Club, they raise money for people in need. And wherever Football is played, there are many people in need of help and support."
For more information, please visit www.footballaid.com or contact Football Aid by telephone on 0131 220 5999 or e-mail at email@example.com