Date:Wednesday December 1 2010
Edward Elgar, best known for composing Land of Hope and Glory, was also a lifelong Wolves fan.
In 1898 he was inspired by Billy Malpass, the club's star striker of the time, to write the music and words for what is regarded as the world's first football chant.
And Philosophy Football have turned Elgar's composition, in his own hand, into a toffee-coloured T-shirt, the strip Wolves wore at the time.
Available from www.philosophyfootball.com we have 5 to be won in our December competition. Simply answer the following question:
Wearing their toffee-coloured kit in which year did Wolves win the FA Cup for the first time?
Email your answer with your Vital Football username (click the link below to register), name, full address and preferred T-shirt size to email@example.com.
Entries close 31 December 2010, all winners will be informed direct, no purchase necessary to enter.
Terms and conditions:
The winners will be drawn at random, failure to complete the instructions above will lead to disqualification.
Details, name and address etc are not stored anywhere after the closing date of the competition and are not passed on to any other company (apart from the winners details for the prizes to be posted out).
The judges decision is final, no correspondence will be entered into.
The competition closes 31st December 2010 at midnight.
Winners will be informed within one week of closing.
Failure to reply to the notification within 21 days will lead to forfeit of the prize and the prize will go to the next randomly drawn entrant.
Sorry, UK entries only.
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Date:Wednesday December 1 2010
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