Whose house?! Win Rams, Chargers season tickets for the next 100 YEARS
In what the NFL is calling a “Fantennial” celebration, the league will present two season tickets for the next century to a contest winner as part of the 100th season of play.
In addition to awarding one person two tickets to his or her team of choice for 100 years, the winner can pass the tickets down through future generations while also having access to exclusive team experiences and an NFL Shop lifetime discount.
Want to win season tickets? FOR THE NEXT 💯 YEARS?! Enter the “Tickets for 100” contest between now and 4/7 to win a pair of season tickets for your favorite team. Just post to Twitter or Instagram and tag #NFL100Contest and @NFL. For more details go to: https://t.co/LwfEpBQjch pic.twitter.com/mgLy2HroAr
— NFL (@NFL) March 14, 2019
“The NFL was built on multi-generational fandom that bonds people together,” Commissioner Roger Goodell said Thursday. “Giving someone a century’s worth of NFL season tickets may be the single greatest sports prize ever offered to a fan. It represents 100 years filled with incredible memories to share with the people who matter most.”
The league was created in 1920 in Canton, Ohio, under the name American Professional Football Association, and had 14 franchises. The name changed to National Football League in 1922.
To win the tickets for the next 100 years, fans must describe their loyalty to their favorite team in a social media post (@NFL and #NFL100Contest in an Instagram post of a picture or video, or in a tweet). The contest opened Thursday and closes April 7. Three finalists will be flown to Nashville, Tennessee, site of the draft, and the winner will be announced during the first round draft on April 25.
LA Rams biggest fan! I attend training camps at UCI. So exciting being that close to the players at no $, getting a first look at B. Cooks😃 I Never miss a game. Traveling to Texas this season to cheer them on against the Cowboys! @NFL #NFL100contest pic.twitter.com/8D0UNivo51
— Jess (@Jess_V4) March 14, 2019
“Our research finds that almost half of all NFL fans with a favorite team are multi-generational, meaning that at least one of their parents was also a fan of that team,” said Julie Haddon, the league’s senior vice president of global brand and consumer marketing. “Those family strong bonds can strengthen a fan’s feeling that they are a part of their favorite team.”