William Hill is investing a whopping £1million in the future of England football stars through its 'Back Your Pride and Joy' campaign.
Does your child dream of playing for England? Are they showing signs of a right foot better than Becks? If so, you could be in with a chance of winning £5,000 through Official England Supporter William Hill.
With the Euros around the corner, 2012 is the summer of football and William Hill is investing a whopping £1million in the future of England football stars through its 'Back Your Pride and Joy' campaign.
If you think your child or relation could one day wear the famous Three Lions badge, take advantage of William Hill's free £5 bet certificate at odds of 1000/1 if your 'pride and joy' one day plays for the England men's or women's senior team.
And it really does pay dividends as former England goalkeeper Chris Kirkland's dad Eddie will vouch, saying: "When Chris was 11 years old, I backed him at 100/1 to win a senior England cap. After a few injury scares, Chris won a cap in 2006 against Greece and I netted £10,000 as a result! I just wish I had been given 1000-1!"
Kirkland, 31, is now a father himself and has claimed his own 'Back Your Pride and Joy' certificate for his five-year old daughter Lucy to play for the England senior women's team.
He said: "After my dad's success, I've seen the small fortune that can be made - but even better, this time it's for free! This is a fantastic opportunity for families with talented offspring."
William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly said: "As Official England Supporter, we're proud to be investing up to £1million worth of stakes in football's rising stars. 'Back Your Pride and Joy' is bound to be a very popular promotion, so get in there quick!"
So if your son, daughter, niece or nephew could be the next Wayne Rooney or Kelly Smith, simply have a £10 bet on any football market at a William Hill shop or online at www.williamhill.com then visit www.williamhill.com/playforengland to customise your very own £5 free bet certificate.
But hurry, once the 200,000 available £5 stakes are gone, they're gone!