Can you win a £3,000 sponsorship for your football team?


Can you win a £3,000 sponsorship for your football team with the 888sport Keepy-Uppy Challenge? BetYouCan!

• Video your keepy-uppy skills in the weirdest, wackiest places
• Public will vote for the best and most crazy video
• Best entry will get a sponsorship windfall for an amateur football team
• Winner will show off skills at half time during a Leyton Orient match
• Will also become 888sport’s football ambassador and blog contributor
• First 50 entries will also receive an 888sport prize

Calling all footballers! Could your team do with £3,000? If so, then read on!

Leading online bookmaker 888sport is offering to sponsor one amateur or semi-pro football team to the tune of THREE THOUSAND POUNDS during the 2014/15 season – and it’s all in the name of keepy-uppy fun!

All you’ve got to do is send us a video of yourself in the weirdest, wackiest or most unlikely place doing at least 14 keep-uppies in under 20 seconds, and you’ll be in with a chance of winning the BetYouCan challenge!

The more unusual/crazy/quirky/outlandish the video, the greater your chance of getting the public votes you need to take the spoils!

And that’s not all!

The winner will also show off their ball-skills in front of thousands of fans at half-time during a Leyton Orient home match AND get the chance to be 888sport’s first official Football Ambassador!

You’ll contribute on our brand new sports content website – betting.888sport.com – and write articles about all things football, from the exploits of your own team to your views on the Barclays Premier League, Champions League and FA Cup!

In addition, the first 50 entries will get a stylish 888sport T-shirt!

For a chance to win, upload your video to the 888sport YouTube channel and we’ll add your entry to the BetYouCan microsite. Once you have your unique URL, share it with the world and try and get as many votes as you can!

The video with the most votes from the general public will win the competition, which is open until July 13! So go on, show the world your skills – we BetYouCan!

888sport is committed to supporting grass-roots football, and sponsoring a team with a cash windfall is the first step.

Your team will get brand new 888sport-sponsored kit to wear in the new season and then it’s up to you to decide what to do with the money, whether you use it for an upgrade of your equipment or a refurb of your facilities.

So go on, get filming!

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About Author


Andy Muirhead is the Editor of Scotzine and the Scottish Football fanzine FITBA. He is the Scottish Football columnist for The Morning Star and has written for a number of other publications including ESPN, Huffington Post UK, BT Life's a Pitch and has had his work featured in the Daily Record, The Scotsman and the Daily Mail.

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