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Football Aid 2013

Blues offered the chance to play at Goodison Park next year.

Football Aid 2013

Evertonians will have the unique chance to play at Goodison Park with the return of Football Aid for 2013.

The charity organises authentic matchday experiences that enable fans to take to the field and play for the Blues.

Now in their 12th year, Football Aid has allowed over 13,000 football fans the chance to live their dreams in more than 500 matches, which include exclusive access to the pitch and tunnel areas, putting on a personalised shirt in the official changing rooms and stepping out on to the famous turf to play for a chosen club.

Previous Goodison games have been supported by former Everton heroes Anders Limpar, Matt Jackson and Football Aid ambassadors Pat Nevin and Stuart Barlow, who have played alongside or managed the two teams.

Positions across the field are now available to buy for 45 and 90-minute roles, while there is also the option to be 'Sponsored To Play'.

Funds raised from the event will benefit the work of Everton In The Community and projects nominated by Football Aid's parent charity, Field of Dreams.

For full details and to place your bid to play at Goodison Park, visit www.footballaid.com and select 'Everton'.

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