Crystal Palace take on top Bundesliga club Hertha Berlin at Selhurst Park on Saturday, August 3 in their final pre-season fixture – and we’re giving you a chance to take the whole family for FREE .
We’ve teamed up with the Eagles to give away 10 family tickets – two adults and two children per ticket – as Roy Hodgson puts his team through their paces for the last time before they begin their record seventh successive Premier League campaign.
The match kicks off at 3pm and it will be the first time that Palace have played Hertha Berlin, one of the Bundesliga’s oldest clubs with a history dating back 125 years.
Hertha Berlin will be familiar to fans of European football, having played in the Champions League and the Europa League in recent years, and with 35,000 members, are one of Germany’s biggest clubs.
For your chance to be at the match, courtesy of the South London Press and Crystal Palace, simply answer the following question correctly:
Who is the captain of Crystal Palace?
(a) Andros Townsend (b) Luka Milivojevic (c) James McArthur
To take part, email your answer to email@example.com
(Subject: Crystal Palace tickets competition) by noon on Wednesday, July 31. Winners will be notified no later than 5pm on Wednesday, July 31 .
And if you’re not lucky enough to be one of our 10 winners, tickets for the match are still available through the Crystal Palace box office.
Adult season ticket holders and members pay £15 (concessions £5, Under 12s go free) and non-members pay £20 (concessions £10, Under 12s go free).You can buy yours at https://tickets.cpfc.co.uk/
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