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Win tickets to the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy 2012

This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and SD merged to become the FSA in 2019.

We’re offering five lucky fans the chance to get their hands on a pair of free VIP tickets for the final of the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy between Chesterfield and Swindon Town at Wembley on Sunday 25th March. That’s right, free tickets for you and a friend.

And these are not just any old tickets, either. We’ve got Club Wembley seats worth £150 each up for grabs, meaning you and a friend get the full treatment of a meal and drinks before the game and one of the best seats in the house from which to watch the match.

This competition is only open to members, but if you’re not a member don’t worry – the FSF is FREE to join here and it only takes a minute or two. We’ll be checking entries against our records and if you’re not a member you can’t win!

  • To enter the prize draw answer this very simple question: Which team won the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy last season?

Email your answer, name, team, and address to: competitions@fsf.org.uk. Deadline for entries is Monday 5th March 2012 (noon) and the five lucky winners will be notified by email that day.

Good luck!

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