One Shot For Glory
Be in to win your own piece of football history this Friday night...
IT was the biggest night in New Zealand football history in almost three decades - the night New Zealand beat Bahrain in front of 36,000 passionate fans at Westpac Stadium to secure a place in the World Cup finals for the first time since the breakthrough in -82.
Now Wellington Phoenix fans who attend Friday night-s Hyundai A-League clash against Melbourne Victory at Westpac Stadium will have the chance to secure their own piece of incredible memorabilia.
Courtesy of Wellington Phoenix and Positively Wellington Tourism, fans who attend Friday night-s game will go into to win one of 40 “One Shot For Glory” streetflags that were displayed throughout Wellington city in the lead-up to the big game.
The large streetflags are the perfect memento from a perfect night for New Zealand football. Even better, all 40 flags are signed by the Phoenix-s six All Whites - Mark Paston, Tony Lochhead, Ben Sigmund, David Mulligan, Leo Bertos and Tim Brown - as well as Phoenix and New Zealand head coach Ricki Herbert.
All you need to do to be in with a shot for one of these valuable collectibles is buy your ticket for Friday night-s game online at www.ticketek.co.nz or from the Phoenix club store on Hunter St. All current Wellington Phoenix season members will be automatically entered in the draw.
If you-re a Phone-Nix member you get another chance to win on gameday. Five streetflags will be won by Phone-Nix members on the night.
You must be a Phone-Nix member to enter the draw. If you are yet to sign up, text JOIN to 3211. Once registered, you can enter the prize draw by texting GLORY to 3933 before 6pm on Friday.
The Phone-Nix winners will be contacted at the game and must be there to collect their prize. Note that texts cost 20c. Full Phone-Nix terms and conditions can be found by clicking on 'Club' above.
Wellington Phoenix v Melbourne Victory Friday, December 4 Westpac Stadium 7.30pm kickoff
· Wellington Phoenix are currently on a 13-match streak of undefeated games at home, and are aiming to equal the Hyundai A-League record for longest run of undefeated home matches (14), currently held by Sydney FC (October 2005 to October 2006)
· The last time the Phoenix lost at home was on October 26, 2008, a 0-1 loss to the Brisbane Roar
· Wellington Phoenix midfielder Daniel is set to make his 50th Hyundai A-League appearance