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Get behind the scenes at Newcastle United with Coca-Cola!


Coca-Cola is currently offering one lucky Newcastle fan the chance to win a Big Match Experience when they play Middlesborough on 20th December.


This is a once in a lifetime chance to get close to the team and share the experience of a big match build-up at one of the biggest games of the season.


The lucky winner will lay out the kit in the changing room, watch the pre-match warm-up at the touchline and present the match ball to the referee.  They'll also receive two tickets so they can enjoy the game with a mate.


To be in with a chance of winning this great prize, log on to www.cokezone.co.uk and register your details to receive two free coke Zone points which you can then use to enter the big match experience prize draw.


The draw closes on 13th December and the winner will be drawn at random and notified by email in the week of the game.


But don't worry if you don't win this great prize, as Coca-Cola are offering loads of other great football offers on www.cokezone.co.uk, including the chance to win one of 5 pairs of tickets for every Newcastle home match this season.


Even if you can't make it to any of the games, you'll be able to keep up with the action on television, thanks to a new agreement between the Coca-Cola football league and its broadcast partners.


Sky Sports will have coverage of up to 80 live games this season and in addition, Football league action is returning to the BBC, where some of the biggest games will be screened live and exclusive.


The BBC are also screening a brand new Saturday night highlights show for the Coca-Cola league, which is also available on  BBC iPlayer and digitally via the Red Button.


You'll also be able to get match highlights for some of the biggest games across the three leagues each week on BBC Sport Online, so there's really no reason to miss a minute of the action!


Cracking prize IMO. :thup:

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When I read the subject I thought it was going to be another "win a player for your club" competition. Remember that when someone won £125K through a competition to be used to buy a player for your club? It's probably the only way Ashley would buy a player.


Think Brighton signed Colin Kazim-Richards with the money they won from it.

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