Win a VIP trip to the Heineken Cup final at Murrayfield
1 December 2008 14:44
Calling all Heineken Cup rugby fans!! Are you planning on enjoying some Heineken Cup rugby this season? Are you looking forward to watching some of the finest club rugby the game has to offer? If so, then this is the competition for you.
To celebrate another wonderful season of top class European rugby, Heineken, proud tournament sponsors since its inception in 1995, are offering fans the opportunity to win a once in a life-time all expenses paid trip to the 2009 Heineken Cup Final at Murrayfield on 23rd May.
All you need to do is log on to Heineken's official rugby website, http://www.heinekenrugby.co.uk/, and upload your photos in the fans gallery section. Heineken are looking for the very best photos of fans enjoying the unique atmosphere of the Heineken Cup, either live at the matches, in your local pub or anywhere else where you find the spirit of the finest club competition in the world. So if you can capture the colour, passion, spirit and excitement from any Heineken Cup matches this season, log on to the website and upload your photos.
From a cold night at Kingsholm to a sunny corner of Southern France, or just down your local pub, if you can photograph the true essence of the Heineken Cup then you might be in with a chance to win an all expenses paid VIP trip to the final of the greatest club rugby competition in the world.
The lucky winner and 4 friends will be treated to transport, match tickets and accommodation at Murrayfield on 23rd May. So get snapping and enjoy the Heineken Cup!
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