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Pretty Green hasn't quite become as ubiquitous to the match day experience as a pie and a pint at half-time but take a cursory look at those in the stands and it becomes clear it has become the label of choice for the discerning football fan.

Monobrows were raised when Liam Gallagher announced his intention to gatecrash a fashion world not usually frequented by mouthy Mancs, but over the past few years Pretty Green has established itself as a serious label.

And few occasions lend themselves to being serious about fashion more than three o'clock on a Saturday afternoon. The City of Manchester Stadium is regularly frequented by the main man and it seems his precision dressing has been morphed at grounds across the country.

With the end of the current football campaign peeping over the horizon though and sunnier climes surely (hopefully) on the way, it may just be time to swap the Parka for something more lightweight.

Thankfully, our friends at Pretty Green have just the ticket as they're offering the chance for five of our readers to see in the business end of the 2012/13 Football Season in style, as we've got a selection of their festival anoraks to give away as a competition prize.

Register at www.prettygreen.com/backstage to find out more exclusive behind the scenes coverage and enter our competition below for a chance of festival anorak

CLOSING DATE: Wednesday 1st May 2013 23:23

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