The Football League is launching a campaign where fans from overseas will have the chance to win an all-expenses-paid trip to watch their team.
The competition is called ‘Stand Up and Be Counted’ and the prize will include match ticket to their team’s game, flights and accommodation, all free of charge.
Fans have the opportunity to win just by registering with the website and selecting their country and city of residence.
In a statement released by the Football League, Chief Executive, Shaun Harvey said: “Our 72 Football League clubs are at the very heart of their communities, but there are also passionate fans all around the world who follow their team each week.”
This campaign marks the first time the League has run a dedicated campaign to engage overseas fans.
Football League statement.
All 72 teams are placed on a leader board to see how many fans of the club have entered, as well as an interactive map showing where fans of certain clubs reside.
Forest are currently third in the leader board with 1173 fans.
County currently sit in eleventh place with 493 fans, the second highest placed League 2 club behind Luton Town, and below a solitary League 1 club, Sheffield United.
Current competition leader board results:
Position Team Fans Entered
1. Leeds United 3375
2. Sheffield Wednesday 1696
3. Nottingham Forest 1173
4. Middlesbrough 1119
5. Sheffield United 974
6. Queens Park Rangers 888
7. Luton Town 736
8. Blackburn Rovers 716
9. Fulham 621
10. Wolverhampton Wanderers 598
11. Notts County 493
Supporters can enter for the chance to win a trip to their club’s match and view their clubs fan map on the competition website: https://www.representyourclub.com/