Calling all @libdemvoice reading footie fans …

Do you like football? Are you a Liberal Democrat? Do you want the opportunity to win a small prize?

Well in that case why not join the unofficial Lib Dem fantasy premier league? Here’s an opportunity to put together a team with some of your favourite players in, and compete against other Lib Dem football fans.

To set up a team go to http://fantasy.premierleague.com (http://m.fantasy.premierleague.com from a smart-phone) and follow the instructions to register. Choose your team name and design your club’s strip, then pick your squad for the season.

Once that’s done, you can choose to join a private league in the league management section – simply enter the code 44642-89667. After which you’ll be part of our league! There will be small prizes for whichever team finishes top of the league and a vote to decide the best team name.

We may even get some other political blogs to set up their own leagues and have a competition between them!

If you would like further details the please either contact me or Peter Taylor … you can find us on twitter @chrisjw133 and @McShambles.

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