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BARCLAYS: FINDING FAN GOGH

In a celebration of the on pitch artistry and invention football fans see, plus their passion for playing the beautiful game themselves, fans are invited to show ‘what football means to them’.

In a celebration of the on pitch artistry and invention football fans see, plus their passion for playing the beautiful game themselves, fans are invited to show ‘what football means to them’.From the grit of grassroots to the Barclays Premiership elite, supporters can choose the aspect of football that inspires them and convey this in art form - drawing, painting, photography or collage.

A panel representing the worlds of football and art will be responsible for the judging process and selecting a winner.

The winner will receive £10,000 and have their artwork displayed on a giant advertising board near their local Barclays Premiership team. Five runners up will receive £1,000 each.

Any two dimensional media can be used and entries must be no bigger than A4 size (210mm x 296mm) and no smaller than a postcard (139mm x 107mm). Entries along with your name and contact telephone number should be sent to Barclays Finding Fan Gogh, PO Box 5634, London W1A 6AS by 30th March 2007. See www.barclayspremiership.com for full terms and conditions.