United's clash with Liverpool is one of the biggest games in world football, and on 16 March 2014 you could get closer to the action like never before with Front Row.
The champions have teamed up with Google+ to launch the historic campaign which will change what it means to be a global football fan forever. We will offer a select group of our international fanbase the chance to cheer on the team at Old Trafford, live – no matter where they are in the world.
For the first time in football, supporters will be streamed live onto the pitchside hoardings, thanks to Google+ Hangouts – the free multi-person video call feature. They will be able to show their backing directly to their beloved team, roaring David Moyes' men on in a massive fixture.
To get involved, simply share a picture on Google+ that showcases your love, passion and commitment to United. Make sure to share it publicly and with #MUFrontRow so we can find it.
We can’t wait to meet the global Reds who will make history as one of the very first Front Row fans in world football. Each participant will also receive professional photographs of their appearance, as well as a welcome on our Google+ page.
For full terms and conditions, click here: http://bit.ly/1cU0tuS
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