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Win EuroHockey Championship tickets

PUBLISHED: 12:35 12 August 2015 | UPDATED: 12:35 12 August 2015

See top hockey players in action at Lee Valley Hocke and Tennis Centre

See top hockey players in action at Lee Valley Hocke and Tennis Centre

Archant

Do you want to see some of the world’s best hockey players in action?

We’ve got a pair of tickets to give away to the opening night of the EuroHockey Championship at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre.

You’ll get to see two games in the men’s tournament, as Netherlands take on Spain at 5.15pm before hosts England play Russia.

The tournament begins on Friday, August 21 and will see eight men’s and women’s teams battle to be Europe’s top hockey nation.

The champions will also secure an automatic place for the Rio 2016 Olympics, so there’s a lot at stake.

To stand a chance of winning, simply send the correct answer to the following question to londonmarketing@archant.co.uk by 5pm on Tuesday, August 18, with Hockey Competition in the subject line. Please also include a contact telephone number.

Which nation are England playing on the opening night?

A. Netherlands

B. Russia

C. Spain

T&Cs: Competition closes at 5pm on Tuesday, August 18. Two winners will be selected from all correct answers and the tickets assigned at random. The winners will be contacted after the closing date. The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative will be offered. The prize must be redeemed by 21/08/15. By entering the competition you will automatically be subscribed to receive news and offers from Archant London, you may opt out at any time by visiting the link on all future email communication. Full Archant terms and conditions apply, available on request.


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