- SEAT, Presenting Sponsor of the UEFA Europa League, is sponsoring UEFA Europa League Fantasy Football
- Play UEFA Fantasy Football to win a SEAT Ibiza Ecomotive
- Other prizes include two tickets to the UEFA Europa League Final in Hamburg
Fans of the UEFA Europa League can now enjoy the thrills of being a top team manager thanks to a new fantasy football online game – with the ultimate prize being not a trophy but a brand new SEAT Ibiza Ecomotive, the greenest car in its class.
SEAT, Presenting Sponsor of the UEFA Europa League, is sponsoring the ‘UEFA Europa League Fantasy Football’ online game. Aside from the grand prize of the dynamic Ibiza Ecomotive – whose CO2 emissions of just 98 g/km are among the lowest of any production car on sale today – there are two tickets to the UEFA Europa League final and 15 Official UEFA Europa League footballs to be won.
The game, which can be found at uefa.com, is quite simple: competitors choose 15 players from across the UEFA Europa League using a fixed budget. Points are then awarded following each player’s performance in the actual league matches (full details at http://en.uelfantasy.uefa.com).
SEAT is awarding the Ibiza Ecomotive to the player with the highest scoring team between the first leg ties of the ‘Round of 32’ in February and the final on 12 May 2010.
A second player, who successfully steers a team through the group phase and to the top of the table after the semi-finals, will win two tickets and hospitality, as well as travel and accommodation, to the final of the UEFA Europa League in Hamburg – courtesy of SEAT.
There are also 15 matchday prizes up for grabs this season. An official UEFA Europa League match ball will go to the highest scoring player each matchday. This high quality football was developed especially for the new competition.
The prizes will only be attributed to participants with legal residence/domicile in a country whose national football association is a member of UEFA.
SEAT is the Presenting Sponsor of the UEFA Europa League for three seasons, running from early September 2009 until 2012. The contract includes an array of association, event, promotional, new media and media rights that will help build a strong connection between SEAT and football supporters across Europe.