Signed FIFA 14 Copy

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Win a Copy of FIFA 14 Signed by Gareth Bale

To celebrate the release of EA SPORTS FIFA 14 on all formats, we have a FIFA 14 cover sleeve signed by Real Madrid star Gareth Bale up for grabs. The winner will receive a signed cover of the game and a copy on their console of choice.

Bale is the UK FIFA 14 cover star and recently completed a world record transfer to Real Madrid.

EA SPORTS FIFA 14 is available to buy NOW on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC from Game.co.uk. Get involved in the most popular mode in FIFA and start your Ultimate Team today at www.easports.com/uk/fifa/play.

CLOSING DATE: Wednesday 23rd October 2013 23:23

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Question: Gareth Bale features on the UK cover of EA SPORTS FIFA 14, but who is the global cover star?

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