Sit back and enjoy the fantastic contenders for the ‘Football Aid 2016 - Goal of the Season’ competition...
Now that you’ve seen the contenders for our 2016 Goal of the Season, why not use your expert footballing knowledge to win a position in one of our 2017 matches. The format of the competition couldn’t be simpler, just choose your top 3 goals (in ranking order, with the best goal 1st), and if your choices match that of our expert judge: Former Chelsea, Everton and Scotland Player and TV/Radio Analyst Pat Nevin, you could win yourself a position in #FootballAid17.
To enter, please send an e-mail to – email@example.com with the following information:
Winning Goals (List 3 Goals) =
Your Name =
E-mail Address =
Tel Number =
Your Chosen Club(s) (From our list of Clubs) =
Goal of the Season 2016 Contenders
Goal A - Birmingham City - Luke Pagett
Goal B - Blackburn Rovers - Dave Taylor
Goal C - Celtic (G1) - Colin Malcolmson
Goal D - Celtic (G2) - David Cosgrove
Goal E - Everton (G1) - Jeff Wallace
Goal F - Everton (G2) - Robert Bowker
Goal G - Manchester City (G2) - Francisco Centeno
Goal H - Manchester United - Andrew Roylance
Goal I - Manchester United - Jon Dixon
Goal J - Newcastle United - Tom Smith
Goal K - Norwich City - Steve Davis
Goal L - Nottingham Forest - Salvatore Lepore
Goal M - Nottingham Forest - Steven Howkins
Goal N - Rangers - John Stott
Goal O - Rangers - Scott Dowling
Goal P - Wales vs England - Dave Taylor
Goal Q - Wales vs England - Raymond Prior
Goal R - West Ham United (G1) - Trevor Gorman (1)
Goal S - West Ham United (G1) - Trevor Gorman (2)
Goal T - West Ham United (G1) - James Barnsdall
Goal U - Wolverhampton Wanderers - Mark Wigg
Goal V - Wolverhampton Wanderers - Dave Taylor
The winner of the ‘Football Aid 2016 - Goal of the Season’ competition will be chosen from the entrants whose choice of goals matches our expert judge’s choice. If there's more than one matching entry Football Aid will draw the winner at random from the matching entries and if there are no exact matches the entry with the closest match will win.
Please Note: The scorer of the winning Goal of the Season will be presented with a special engraved trophy after the results are announced (pictured below: Middlesbrough fan Jamie Martin receives his Goal of the Season 2015 trophy from Boro Legend Andy Campbell at our 2016 game).
Football Aid Goal of the Season Competition - Terms and Conditions
In accordance with FA regulations on single-sex games, the names put forward as competition entrants must be Male and 18 years of age or over.
The prize is a 45 minute position in a 90 minute charity football match at one of Football Aid’s participating clubs. Please see our Book & Play page for details of participating clubs, if your chosen club doesn’t host a game in Season 2017 we reserve the right to offer you a position at an alternative club’s game (therefore you may wish to list more than one club as your chosen club).
Competition Winner Requirements
Once the winner has been chosen they will be contacted by Football Aid and asked to:
- Register online at www.footballaid.com (if they haven’t done so already) and agree to Football Aid's Terms and Conditions.
Football Aid will then process their winning position and send a Player’s Pack (containing full details of the event) by way of confirmation. They will then receive information updates by e-mail as the match approaches.
The competition runs until 12pm on Thursday 24th November 2016 and the judge’s decision will be final; no correspondence will be entered into with regards to the result.
All the footage for the competition was generously edited and provided by our official matchday DVD providers Chillpics. Official matchday DVDs of our games can be ordered by calling Shane on tel - 07901 590723 or e-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org.