With less than 60 days to go until the 2010 FIFA World Cup™, fans from all over the world are feverishly making travel plans to ensure their place in history at the first ever FIFA World Cup on African soil.
Do you dream of being in the stands at South Africa 2010? You could be days away from turning that football dream into a reality. From today, for the next five weeks, FIFA.com is giving away a trip for two to the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ to the weekly winner of our FIFA World Football Trivia Challenge.
Five weeks, five chances to win
To win a 2010 FIFA World Cup holiday here’s what you have to do: challenge fellow FIFA.com users in our online FIFA World Cup trivia game. Answer a variety of FIFA World Cup trivia questions and climb your way up the weekly leaderboard.
To take the challenge, click on the 'FIFA World Football Trivia' link to the right of this article.
If you hold the No1 ranking at the end of any one of the five weeks you will receive a trip to South Africa 2010 including two return flights, a two-night hotel stay in South Africa and tickets to a group stage match. Additionally, the No1 ranked player on the global leaderboard at the end of the trivia challenge will win a trip to the 2010 FIFA World Cup Final. Both the weekly and overall Trivia Challenge will end at 23:59 (GMT) on Sunday 16 May.
Take it to the next level
There are three quiz-levels and every day, every player will start at Level 1. As you move up the levels, the questions become harder, but the reward becomes greater!
To begin with, each quiz consists of ten questions in two subject areas. If you reach at least 500 points in a Level 1 quiz, you’ll be granted access to Level 2. To gain access to Level 3, you will need to score at least 1000 points in a Level 2 quiz. Once you arrive at Level 3, you face additional questions from a third subject area. So if you’re serious about beating the competition and securing a first place finish on the weekly trivia league table, you’ll need to be an expert on every aspect of the FIFA World Cup!
All access authorizations will be deleted daily at midnight (GMT). This means you will have to start at Level 1 again every day on your quest to claim the weekly No1 spot. At the beginning of every week (Monday morning at 0.00 GMT), the ranking will be reset, and a new weekly ranking begins. Five weeks, five chances to win a dream FIFA World Cup holiday, good luck to all trivia players!