YOUR CHANCE TO PLAY AT STAMFORD BRIDGE

Corporate Football is offering the opportunity to make dreams become reality with their forthcoming Experience Day at the home of Chelsea.

The curtain may have come down on Barclays Premier League action at Stamford Bridge for another season but supporters of all ages could fulfill a lifetime ambition and appear at the famous venue on Monday 30 May.

A company spokesman said: “Our football experience days provide the opportunity for those who are not quite blessed with the skills required to be paid to play at the top grounds in the world to still grace the same pitches for an unforgettable afternoon. So whether you’re 16 or 65 or anywhere in between; whether you're a man in charge of a hedge fund or a van from Monday to Friday this is a chance for you to make that dream a reality.”

Corporate Football is currently putting together two teams to play each other in a 60 minute match. The price is dependent on your position and whether you play one half or the whole game, ranges from £125 to £280.

The playing kits, equipment, match officials, coaches, qualified physiotherapists, photographer, tannoy announcer, ball boys and all the drinks you'll need throughout the game will all be provided. Once you've booked your place, the only thing you will need to remember is to turn up on the day with your boots and shin pads and enjoy the occasion.

“There might not be the best part of 42,000 there to share the experience,” he added. “But you can ring guests with you who can watch from the main stand and also act as a witness when you relive the moment with your mates.”

Whether you keep a clean sheet between the sticks, make a last ditch tackle to deny a goal scoring opportunity, cover every blade of grass from the centre of the park, burst down the flank to cross for the winner or put away a goal out of nothing, it'll be a day you will never forget. Make sure you don't miss out on this once in a lifetime experience and book your place now at www.corporatefootball.com.

Posted on 21/05/2011