Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 30 September 2014

Win tickets for United v Chelsea at Wembley

The Belfast Telegraph has teamed up with McDonald’s to offer TWO lucky readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to the 2009 FA Community Shield at Wembley on Sunday.

Each winner will receive a pair of tickets to the match between Chelsea, The FA Cup winners and Premier League Champions, Manchester United.

The Community Shield is the showpiece of the McDonald's Football in the Community Programme, which aims to create 20,000 new volunteer community coaches across the UK by 2010 to increase access to free qualified coaching for children everywhere.

As proud supporters of football in our communities, McDonald's is supporting over 4,500 grassroots clubs as part of our ongoing commitment to grassroots football.

McDonald's restaurants across the UK are also currently hosting Football Open Days - an exciting part of the 2009 McDonald's Football in the Community Programme, which brings fantastic opportunities for franchisees to support football in their local area.

In Northern Ireland Football Open Days have been held in Belfast and Coleraine, with a third scheduled to take place in Bangor on 27th September

To be in with a chance of winning a pair of Community Shield tickets simply answer the following question:

Q. Which Northern Ireland goalkeeping legend, formerly a player with Spurs and Arsenal, is McDonald's Head of Northern Ireland Football?

To be entered in the draw for this fabulous prize, send your answer with your name and daytime telephone to sbeacom@belfasttelegraph.co.uk.

Closing date is Wednesday 12noon.

Usual terms and conditions apply.

Transport and accommodation not provided in this competition.

Lost tickets cannot be replaced. Duplicates or copies will not be accepted.

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