STOKE CITY supporters will be given the opportunity to live the dream once again when Football Aid returns to the Britannia Stadium again later this year.
The Club have teamed up with the organisers of the national fund-raising programme to offer fans the chance to grace the hallowed turf at the end of this season.
This has become a hugely-popular annual event which offers supporters an authentic matchday experience, while raising significant amounts of money for charity.
The matches at the Britannia Stadium have been supported by former Potters stars Denis Smith, Wayne Biggins, Carl Beeston, Andy Cooke and Amdy Faye, while Ade Akinbiyi has been been added to the list for this year's game, which takes place at 6.30pm on Wednesday, May 22nd.
Players are given exclusive access to the pitch and tunnel areas, they pull on their own personalised shirt in the official changing rooms, then walk onto the pitch to the sound of a cheering crowd before enjoying a never-to-be-forgotten 90 minutes of football.
Bidding is now underway for the remaining positions on the Stoke City team, with most starting at just £175! Bidding is open from now until the middle of March, depending on what position you want to play.
So if you're keen to secure your place on your Field of Dreams this season, why not visit www.footballaid.com today to make sure you're part of the team!
Alternatively if you'd like any additional information, you can call Football Aid on 0131 220 5999 or email [email protected].
Football Aid celebrated their 10th anniversary in 2010 and have allowed over 13,090 football fans the chance to "Live the Dream" in more than 501 matches.
They are a ground-breaking organisation which generates funds annually by hosting charity football matches at iconic stadiums all over the UK.
The unique concept was the brainchild of businessman and Football Aid Chairman Craig Paterson and funds raised from the event will benefit the work of a charitable project nominated by the club, as well as projects nominated by Football Aid's parent charity Field of Dreams.