As part of the #OurClubYourCar campaign, the infamous Range Rover has hit the road, visiting a number of different clubs who have suffered ownership issues in recent years.
One lucky supporter will drive away the luxury vehicle, which is worth more than £90,000, with this weekend being the last chance to purchase a Valley Pass Live stream and gain entry into the giveaway. The winner will be revealed by Charlton owner Thomas Sandgaard live at half-time during the Valley Pass Live broadcast of the Addicks' clash with Plymouth Argyle at The Valley on Boxing Day.
The Range Rover's first stop was the Ricoh Arena, home of Coventry City before they were made to leave and groundshare with Birmingham City where they currently play their 'home' games.
It then headed to the University of Bolton Stadium, home of Bolton Wanderers whose ownership issues resulted in the Trotters entering administration in 2019 with the club suffering back-to-back relegations and now playing in League Two.
The next stop was the DW Stadium, home of Wigan Athletic who remain in administration following their relegation from the Championship alongside Charlton last season.
Finally, the infamous Range Rover headed to Gigg Lane, home of Bury, who paid the ultimate price for bad ownership in 2019 when they were expelled from the EFL. Bury supporter Julie Kaye, who greeted the car and posed for photos on its arrival, followed Bury for 44 years, while her husband Bernard, supported the club for more than 60 years. They said: “We don’t want to see what happened at Bury happening to other clubs, we think people in higher places should take some initiative to protect football clubs.”
The competition, open to anyone in England, Wales and Scotland, will see one individual drive off with a top-of-the-range vehicle.
To purchase your live streaming pass and enter the competition, sponsored by Knapman & Sons Builders Ltd, click here.