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New Zealand Football Fundraiser No Fantasy

New Zealand Football Fundraiser No Fantasy

New Zealand Football and PremierLeaguePass.com have teamed up to drive a fundraising initiative that can deliver real financial funds for local, junior football clubs across New Zealand.

For every subscriber to PremierLeaguePass.com, during the Barclays English Premier League 2014/2015 season, New Zealand Football and PremierLeaguePass.com will give 20% of that subscription fee back, in cash, to a local club of the subscriber’s choice.

PremierLeaguePass.com has four levels of subscription available. With a Full Season subscription set at $199, this means each local club could receive up to $40 (cash) per subscriber. And with New Zealand Football andPremierLeaguePass.com opening this offer up to all levels of potential subscribers, including all 90,000 registered club members at New Zealand Football, this fundraising venture has the real potential to deliver crucial funds to clubs in need; if local fans get in on the game.

New Zealand Football CEO Andy Martin says this club offer is a great opportunity for football fans to contribute to their own club’s development:

“We’re delighted to be able to bring this offer to our network of clubs which form the backbone of our game here in New Zealand,” Martin said.

“Club and grassroots footballers can now directly benefit from the huge amount of passion there is in New Zealand for seeing all 380 games of the Barclays English Premier League, live”.

To access the New Zealand Football offer all you need to do to is visit http://coliseumsportsmedia.com/plp/club/ and enter in your federation and club. You will then receive the club code that you will input into your PremierLeaguePass.comsubscription registration.

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