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

The Football Supporters’ Federation is offering fans the chance to get their names down to win a pair tickets for one of the upcoming npower League Two (Saturday May 28th) or npower League One (Sunday May 29th) play-off finals at Old Trafford.

Entry into the competition is totally free and these aren’t just any old tickets either, ohhh no. We have five pairs of VIP tickets to give away for both finals and competition winners will receive:

* Two match tickets
* Lunch in the Manchester Suite prior to kick-off
* Free drinks before the match

This competition is open to FSF members only but if you’re not a member don’t worry – it’s FREE to join! It only takes a matter of seconds, so sign up today. And if you’re thinking of being sneaky and entering the competition without being an FSF member, don’t bother, we’ll be checking all entries against our records!

The play-off package normally costs around £200 per person but being kind-hearted souls we thought we’d give FSF members the opportunity to win these tickets for free.

All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning is answer this very simple question: While Wembley was being rebuilt between 2001-2006 in which city were the play-off finals played?

Send your answer to [email protected] along with your name and address. You must also nominate which team you’ll be supporting at Old Trafford (multiple entries are not allowed, and a team must be specified). The deadline for entries is midday on Friday May 20th for the npower League One final, and midday on Monday 23rd for the npower League Two final. We’ll notify winners by email the afternoon each draw closes.

Good luck!

The Football League has requested all fans abide by the additional T&Cs for tickets:

  • The winning prize is a pair of tickets. Travel and accommodation are the responsibility of the prize winner.
  • The prize winner is not permitted, by virtue of Section 166 of the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1998 to sell or otherwise dispose of the two tickets to any other third party whatsoever. In the event of the prize winner being unable to accept the prize, upon agreement of The Football League, he/she can nominate a family member or partner to accept the prize on their behalf.
  • The Football League reserves the right to require evidence of identification in order to gain admittance to the relevant event.

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