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Prizes to be won at the Chang Challenge Penalty Shoot-out

17:00 12 June 2014

Come on dad - can you hit the back of the net?

Come on dad - can you hit the back of the net?

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This Father’s Day, Chang Beer celebrates summer football

This Sunday, Father’s Day, football fans will be given the chance to put their skills to the test with Chang Beer’s Penalty Shoot-out.

This summer, the Thai lager brand will erect a life size goal on London’s Southbank, giving fans the opportunity to win hundreds of prizes including meals at leading Thai restaurants, t-shirts, footballs, goodie bags and of course, Chang Beer.

Chang literally meaning “elephant” in Thai, a symbol of happiness, harmony and prosperity, represents the relationship between the delicious lager and traditional Thai culture. Made using the finest ingredients, Chang Beer matches the spicy flavours of traditional Thai cuisine, to make it the perfect accompaniment to watching the summer’s football.

To get involved in the action, just head down to the Observation Point on London’s Southbank all day on Sunday, June 15 and give it your best shot! There’s even a special prize for the best shoot out video on Instagram.

Whether you’re a West Ham fan, a foodie looking for Asian cuisine inspiration or simply a fan of our refreshing Thai beer, find out more about the brand and get involved by following us on Twitter and Instagram at @ChangBeerUK or via Facebook at facebook.com/Chang-Beer-UK.

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