The prize consists of one wheelchair space, along with a ticket for a helper, and all you need to do to win the tickets for the sold-out fixture is answer the following question.
Where was Glenn Hoddle’s first managerial post?
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One 2 One's involvement in disability football lies in two main areas.
At grass roots level, the One 2 One Ability Counts Programme aims to ensure that disabled people of all skills have a chance to participate in football. The programme is run by arouns a third of all England's clubs, allowing the players to demonatrate that disability doesn't mean inability if we provide the opportunities.
Secondly, One 2 One is firmly on the side of the fan, through its support of the National Association of Disabled Supporters (NADS), who recently released an audit of the standard of disabled facilities at England's football grounds.
One 2 One also supports England's national disabled teams to ensure they get the funding they need to concentrate on their football and, of course, is sponsor of the Everton disabled team too.
The forthcoming One 2 One F.A. Charity Shield is the annual chance for One 2 One to raise even more money for the disabled footballing community, and this year promises to be a fantastic game between two great rivals, Liverpool and Manchester United.
UK mobile communications network, One 2 One, are offering a special prize for a disabled fan and a helper — two tickets for the prestigious friendly between England and Holland at the Lane on August 15.