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Football Aid 2017

12 December 2016

How would you like to live the dream at Meadow Lane by taking part in a truly memorable 90-minute match on the hallowed turf?

Well now's your chance as Notts County have teamed up with Football Aid to provide fans with the unique opportunity to create their own piece of club history by playing at Meadow Lane on Tuesday 9 May 2017 (kick-off 12pm), raising valuable funds for charity at the same time.

Football Aid have been organising charity games for more than 15 years now and are regarded as the original and best in delivering the ultimate pitch day experience.

The game offers fans the unrivalled opportunity to experience a matchday in the same way the likes of Jon Stead, Michael O’Connor and the rest of the squad do every other week.

As a player you'll pull on your very own personalised Notts County replica shirt in the official changing rooms, experience the thrill of walking down the tunnel to the sound of a cheering crowd and step out on to the turf, proudly sporting your official playing kit and representing the Magpies in a never-to-be forgoten 90 minutes of football!

To add to that, the match will be supported by a selection of Notts legends who will lend their extra special support by playing alongside or managing the fans on their big day.

Securing your position couldn’t be easier, simply click here, choose the Notts County game and decide between two fixed price options:

- Buy now: Book your place with a one-off payment
- Sponsored to play: Pay a non-refundable £100 deposit for your place, then pay the remaining balance anytime before Friday 27 January

If you’d like any additional information, you can call Football Aid on 0131 220 5999, email, post on their Facebook page or send a tweet to @FootballAid.

Since forming in 2001, Football Aid have allowed more than 17,000 football fans the chance to live the dream in 645 matches all over the UK while raising more than £2.3million for charity.

The unique concept was the brainchild of businessman and Football Aid founder Craig Paterson and funds raised from this year's event will benefit the work of a charitable project nominated by Football Aid’s parent charity Field of Dreams.

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