The Hockey Paper is giving you the chance to be at the centre of the action at the women’s EuroHockey Club Cup at Surbiton later this month.
The EuroHockey Club Cup takes place at home of five-time champions Surbiton between May 17 and 20 and will be the the largest undertaking in the club’s 144-year history.
The tournament will feature the best eight sides in Europe, including multiple continental champions, HC ’s Hertogenbosch, otherwise known as fearsome Dutch side Den Bosch.
The prize includes:
X2 VIP Day tickets for Finals day on Sunday
- Coffee and croissants
- Champagne reception
- Three course lunch
- Afternoon Tea
- Q&A with Rio gold medallists and internationals
X2 four-day passes
- These pair of four-day passes are a great way to experience the EuroHockey Club Cup. Come and go as you please and choose the match you want to watch from Thursday to Sunday.
X1 signed Surbiton club shirt
HOW TO ENTER
All entries must be in by Monday May 14 at 5pm.
All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning is to email email@example.com and put ‘Competition’ in the subject line, and leave your telephone number and address.
All entries will be signed up for The Hockey Paper’s future newsletter and the winner will be chosen at random.
There are only limited VIP tickets available for Sunday May 20. Four-day passes are still available for this option too.
If you’re unsuccessful in our exclusive prize draw, all tickets can still be purchased here
By entering into and/or agreeing to participate in The Hockey Paper Surbiton Competition, all entrants agree to be bound by the terms and conditions set out below.
The winner of the competition will be chosen by a random prize draw.
Entrants agree that entries shall not be considered confidential and The Hockey Paper shall be entitled to publish details of all entries made, at its discretion, via any media platform/channel.
All entrants agree that The Hockey Paper may use the entrant’s name and image to publicise the winner of the prize draw.
The Hockey Paper reserves the right to withdraw an entry from the prize draw at any time if the entry is deemed inappropriate for any reason.
Save in respect of personal injury, death or fraud, The Hockey Paper shall have no liability whatsoever to any entrant whether in contract, tort or otherwise, in connection with their entry or any other aspect of the EuroHockey Clubs Cup Competition.
These terms and conditions, and all aspects of the competition shall be governed by English law and shall be subject to the jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.
The Hockey Paper reserves the right to alter these Terms and Conditions of the competition.
The decision of The Hockey Paper shall be final in all matters.