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Following the huge success of his 'Balls to Homelessness' nights at the Comedy Store, Gareth Parker is delighted to present the next in the series on 13th May 2013 in London.

As ever there is an Arsenal bias, with ├╝ber Gooners Ian Stone, Milton Jones, Rob Beckett, Tony Law, Tom Rosenthal, Romesh Ranganathan and The Football Ramble's Jim Campbell on the bill. 'Opposition' is provided by the brave Carl 'Lilywhite' Donnelly and Mariner Lloyd Griffith.

There will also be a very special guest. Someone who is in a league of their own. And no, it's not Jamie Redknapp. All proceeds from the night go towards the Homeless FA's work to improve the lives of homeless people in England.

All you have to do to win two tickets to the 'Balls to Homelessness' comedy night is answer this question:

*In what year did Arsene Wenger join Arsenal?

Email your answers to theeditor@football365.com with 'Balls to Homelessness' in the subject line.

The winner will be picked at random and notified by email. You will be able to pick up your tickets at the venue.

If you don't win, fear not! Tickets are still available from The Comedy Store for the ridiculously reasonable price of £15. Click here to purchase.

To read more on the great work of the Homeless FA, click here.

To read Football365's article on the Homeless FA, click here.

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