Sponsored post: Cadbury
There’s some exciting news coming out of the chocolate world today…
Cadbury, who are the official snack partner of the Premier League, has unveiled a range of new football shaped Dairy Milk products for those who love the game and love chocolate!
It’s going to be a perfect gift for family or football mates on those weekend afternoons spent watching the Reds tearing up our domestic competition. Maybe even your Everton supporting work colleagues.
The football-shaped chocolate comes in two sizes – 256g and 455g – and both are wrapped in Cadbury FC branding, naturally.
Who could captain that side, we wonder… Manchester United midfielder Freddo? Napoli’s Dairy Milik? Former wonderkid Sylvan-Ebanks Flake?
Scott Eclair? Managed by Derby’s Philip Cocoa, of course!
Because the products are made with Dairy Milk chocolate, each Premier League themed product contains a glass and a half of fresh British and Irish milk, perfect for football supporters or chocolate fans!
When buying the smaller product, which is available now at major retailers nationwide, fans will notice a QR code linking to a Super Striker digital game – which can be downloaded. Players have 15 chances to bag past the digital goalkeeper – and they can play to beat their top score. You’ll have to let us know how you get on, Reds.
The 455g product contains something even more exciting, but it can only be purchased at Tesco in November. The packaging opens up to present a football stadium, and there is the chance to win one of ten pairs of Premier League hospitality tickets or 90 pairs of Premier League match tickets available this season – which is a fantastic prize. One minute you and your mates will be chomping your chocolate on the sofa, and the next you might be in the stands cheering on your side.
Cadburys Dairy Milk has always been delicious, but the new range is perfect for football fans and the chance to win Premier League tickets makes it the perfect present for Liverpool fans this autumn – now that the Premier League season is very much underway.
We wish you all the success Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool are enjoying right now.