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Croatian Club to Give Free Beer for the Whole Stadium for Volleyed Goal

(photo: Dinamo Futsal)

(photo: Dinamo Futsal)

A Croatian futsal club have come up with a unique idea to attract more fans to a game. Free beer. There is a catch though.

One of the main sponsors of Zagreb’s Dinamo futsal club, beer brand Karlovačko, have launched an idea not seen often in sport.

There will be free beer for everyone in the Dom Sportova stadium tomorrow night if a goal is scored from a corner without the ball touching the ground. In other words a volley from a corner.

The initiative will last for the season at all Dinamo’s home league and cup matches. Dinamo face Osijek’s Kelme this Friday night at 8pm.

The beer will be able to be claimed by the crowd ahead of the club’s next match by presenting the match ticket where the goal was scored at the bar. For the under-age fans they will score themselves a non-alcoholic drink.

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