Home nations sponsor Vauxhall give England and Scotland fans chance to play for their country
Scotland and England supporters have been given a chance to be part of history and represent their country when the nations go head-to-head in a Vauxhall Fans Match on 18 November.
Scotland team captain, The Scottish Sun editor Gordon Smart, issued a challenge to Soccer AM’s Tubes, who will be donning the armband for the Three Lions’ side, on the Vauxhall Football TV YouTube channel.
Celebrity managers and players will be involved in the game, which precedes the Vauxhall International Friendly between Gordon Strachan’s Scotland and Roy Hodgson’s England at Celtic Park.
Vauxhall is proud sponsor of Home Nations football as lead sponsor of England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales and will host the fans event.
Cheryl Stibbs, Vauxhall’s sponsorship marketing manager, said: “There is already plenty of excitement around the Vauxhall International Friendly between Scotland and England - especially after the first game at Wembley."
“This will be the perfect warm-up for the main event and we’re looking forward to see which fans can earn the bragging rights."
“A number of celebrities and legends of both nations will be involved and we’re sure that it will be a competitive and enjoyable afternoon before the match at Celtic Park.”
Fans of both nations can enter the draw to be involved in the Vauxhall Fans Match and be in with a chance of winning two tickets to the Vauxhall International Friendly by entering the competition on vauxhallfootball.co.uk