Writer: Site Staff
Date:Monday March 23 2009
The Pools has been synonymous with English football for the past 86 years and this season the New Football Pools re-launched with an array of online games to test your skills as well as continue its proud history of paying out billions to millions!
At www.footballpools.com you can play a variety of online games such as the Classic Pools game with a top prize of £3Million to be won. You can win more if you can predict the score draws!
Join up now, place £5 of pools predictions and get £15 of goes free.
There`s also Footy 15 with a guaranteed £100,000 jackpot to be won every week if you can predict the results of fifteen domestic and European fixtures. Simply predict home win, draw and away win and for a mere £1 you can win huge money that puts the bookies to shame. If the Premier League is more your bag then use your predictive skills on Premier 10 with an estimated £20,000 jackpot on offer every week. Think you know your football? Put it to the test!
Can`t settle whether you or your mates know more about football? Well now you can prove just who`s number one with Footy 15 and Premier 10 Mini-Leagues! Set up a league with bragging rights and money up for grabs!
Do you have a keen eye? If so, you have the chance of winning big on Spot the Ball. How about childhood classic Top Trumps? You can now play online with football greats and managers to compare. If you know the differences between your Martin O`Neill`s and your Big Phil Scolari`s, then this is the game for you!
The New Football Pools also has legends of the game Alan Hansen, John Barnes and Tony Cascarino offering their expert opinion and advice. As if that`s not enough, there`s also Chappers` weekly Podcast with regular guests, Comedian Kevin Day and former ref Graham Poll amongst a host of footballing greats discussing the talking points of the week.
So visit www.footballpools.com now to see all that`s on offer! And don't forget if you join up now, place £5 of pools predictions and get £15 of goes free.
Date:Monday March 23 2009
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