Tuesday, January 24, 2012

January 2012 competition - Win a club jersey of your choice!

Hello All!

The last competition was such a great success as Emile Jressati picked up his well-deserved England jersey. This time, the competition should (I think) be slightly more interesting because the prize is probably more appealing than an international jersey.

This time, it’s your chance to win a Club jersey of your choice – including names & numbers!

Basically all you have to do is the following:

1) To participate you have to “like” The Football Supernova facebook page, if you haven't already (click here). You must be a “fan” of the Facebook page if you want to participate (I will check if you’re on it).

2) Post a picture of a professional footballer crying on
 The Football Supernova facebook page with the title of the picture as “Competition Caption".  Only one picture per participant.

3) The picture with the most “likes” wins the jersey, with the name and number, of his/her choice. So spread the word and make sure you get your friends to like the picture you've posted. (Note: the people that "like" your picture aren't obliged to like the page)

That's it. Simple as that!


On February 15th, the winner will be announced. You've got 3 weeks, until February 14th, to start getting some likes on your pics! I’ll update the standing of who’s leading the competition every week.  

Once the winner is announced, I will ask for his/her contact details to send them the jersey they've chosen.



  1. Hi,

    I see you are too following tomorrow's El Clasico!

    Just be aware that FC Barcelona's shirt will be changing its design with faded colours for the new season. I personally like the current one though (the one in your post).

    Cool blog you have, I am sure you will be as expectant as I will be come tomorrow's match time!

    All the best.


  2. That is the fear: I have lost something important, and I cannot find it, and I need it. It is fear like if someone lost his glasses and went to the glasses store and they told him that the world had run out of glasses and he would just have to do without.