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How You Can Play For Pirates & Meet Chelsea's Stars

How You Can Play For Orlando Pirates & Meet Chelsea's Stars

By Soccer Laduma - Apr 25, 2018 05:01 PM

Do you want to train at Chelsea? Do you want to meet the likes of Eden Hazard and Co? Do you want to play for Orlando Pirates? Here is what you need to do for your chance of a life-time!

The ABSA Premiership side has hooked up with Chelsea and Shield to offer you the opportunity of a lifetime to train at the Blues' training facilities in London, with an added bonus of the chance to play for the Buccaneers.

Be The Next Champion was launched in 2017 and was a major success and gave young South Africans the chance of a lifetime. Sbonis' iDiski winner Quade Roskruge and two other talented South Africans were selected out of over 500 talented players to train at Cobham, Chelsea's state-of-the-art training facility. 

Not only did they train under the watchful eyes of Chelsea coaches, they also got to meet several of the club's first team stars such as Eden Hazard, David Luiz and Cesc Fabregas. And you could be the next winner!

In the second year of the campaign, Shield continues the journey to find South Africa's next soccer star, but this time around an added bonus, in the form of a one-year contract with Pirates' MultiChoice Diski Challenge team, awaits the winner.

How can you enter to be the next champion?

Purchase any Shield product to stand a chance to train at Chelsea AND win a contract to play with the Orlando Pirates Development team. 

1) Buy any Shield product

2) Dial *120*744353#

3) Follow the prompts to enter.

Make sure you get your Shield product and enter before 30 April 2018 so that you don't miss out on your chance to become a pro! Ts & Cs apply.


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