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Win tickets to see legends play for Wembley in the FA Cup

PUBLISHED: 13:54 08 August 2012

The FA Cup on display at Wembley Stadium

The FA Cup on display at Wembley Stadium

2011 The FA

A new FA Cup campaign gets under way on Saturday – and Vale Farm stages the pick of the extra preliminary round ties as Wembley take on Langford.

The Lions have a host of ex-international stars available for selection, including Ray Parlour, Graeme Le Saux, Brian McBride and Claudio Caniggia – as well as former England boss Terry Venables in the dugout.

We’ve teamed up with Wembley FC’s new sponsors Budweiser to offer three lucky football fans FOUR tickets each to see Saturday’s FA Cup match, which kicks off at 12.45pm.

To stand a chance of winning, simply email your answer to the following question to nwl.sport@archant.co.uk along with your name, age, email address, postal address and telephone number:

Who did Wembley beat in their Facebook streamed extra preliminary round FA Cup tie last season?

a) Hook Norton; b) Abingdon Town; c) Ascot United

Competition closes at 5.30pm on August 9, 2012.

Competition is open to 18+ and UK residents only.

Winning participants will be informed via email by 7pm on August 9, 2012. Winning participants must confirm acceptance of the prize via return email by no later than 10am on August 10, 2012.

Winning participants and guests will be responsible for their travel arrangements and any related expenses including (but not limited to) insurance, food and drink.

Full terms & conditions apply at www.budweiser.co.uk/kilburntimes

For further information about The FA Cup with Budweiser follow them on Facebook: www.facebook.com/budweiseruk


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