The 2017 Chevrolet Fan Cup will bring together 64 fans for a first-of-its-kind tournament at Old Trafford. The exclusive experience will put fans in the boots of Manchester United players, including game-day preparations and the matches.
“We have the unique ability to enable fans to make the most of life’s possibilities through football,” said Tim Mahoney, chief marketing officer, Global Chevrolet.
“Around the world, in communities and on the pitch, we connect fans to the people, places and experiences that matter most to them. The Chevrolet Fan Cup is a perfect example of how we are enabling fans to make their dreams come true in the form of the ultimate global fan competition at Manchester United’s Theatre of Dreams.”
Until Feb. 28, Chevrolet will seek out fans around the world to become one of the lucky 64 who will travel to Manchester in May for the 2017 Chevrolet Fan Cup.
Football enthusiasts can enter by filling out a form and uploading a video clip or photo at
...of them showing their passion for football. Entries must be submitted before 11:59 p.m. on Feb. 28.
All entries will be reviewed by a Chevrolet Panel. The winners will be selected and contacted.
While in Manchester, the winners will attend Manchester United’s English Premier League match against Crystal Palace, meet team legends and be trained at the club’s famed soccer school.
The highlight of their experience will be the professional match-day experience, including dressing in the players’ locker room and walking through the home club’s tunnel before competing against each other in a tournament on the Old Trafford pitch.
“Walking onto the pitch at Old Trafford is something most fans have dreamt of at some point in their lives but only a small number actually get to experience it,” Richard Arnold, Manchester United Group managing director said.
“The Chevrolet Fan Cup can make this dream a reality. It is a unique opportunity to connect to the club, giving our supporters the chance to tread on the same ground where some of the game’s best have played, in a stadium that has been the setting for some of football’s most memorable moments.”