Fulham v Sunderland

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Win a pair of top price tickets to Fulham v Sunderland!

Fulham host Sunderland in the Barclays Premier League on 6 May 2012 and you and a friend could be at Craven Cottage to see all the action.

We have teamed up with Sky Sports to give away a pair of tickets for Fulham's last home game of the season which could prove to be decisive in whether the Cottagers manage to secure an impressive top 10 finish.

Barclays Spaces for Sports is a community sports programme which uses the positive power of sport to revitalise disadvantaged communities as well as to tackle key social issues.

In the UK Barclays has delivered 200 physical sports sites across many disadvantaged areas which have been delivered through a successful partnership with the Football Foundation. These sites are used by over 53,000 people every week with participation, not sporting excellence, being the key ethos.

In 2008 the programme began to invest in innovative sport-for-development initiatives around the world, and to date 13 projects have been launched in China, Hong Kong, India, South Africa, Spain, the UK, the US, Zambia and Zimbabwe, with the newest programme a venture with Fulham FC Foundation.

To find out more visit www.barclays.com/spacesforsports

CLOSING DATE: Wednesday 2nd May 2012 23:23

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Question: Which Fulham FC player was recently named fourth in the Football Writers' Association Player of the Year Awards?

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