Play the Currys Penalty Shoot-out Game and Score a 46'' Samsung TV

By Currys, PRNE
Monday, May 17, 2010

LONDON, May 18, 2010 - With less than a month until South Africa 2010 kicks off, Currys has
unveiled its brand new promotional penalty shoot-out game ( The online challenge gives hardcore
fans and armchair supporters alike the opportunity to win a WAG-pleasing
Samsung 46'' 3D TV.

The Currys Penalty Shoot Out ( will
help one lucky fan to exorcise memories of Stuart Pearce in 1990 and Gareth
in 1996 with the ultra slim 46'' TV. Only slightly shorter than
Shaun Wright-Philips, the 200hz Motion Plus Samsung 46C8000 even comes with a
pair of 3D glasses, allowing you to attend the game without leaving your
living room.

No login is required: players simply go to to pit their wits against a rather agile
goalkeeper and enter the prize draw. There is also the option to upload your
photo and combine it with a selection of classic football haircuts as you
challenge your mates and try to score 5 out of 5.

The winner of the penalty shoot-out game ( will be drawn on 12th June 2010 - the
day of England's opening game against the USA. That means that come 11th July
the lucky entrant could well be settling down to watch the 2010 World Cup
final on their shiny new 46'' Samsung TV.

The online football game is part of Currys' Cash For Goals campaign,
which pledges to match every goal England scores in the World Cup with GBP10
cash for every fan who buys any TV for GBP599 or more at Currys during the
build up. And with a qualifying group featuring Algeria, USA and Slovenia,
Wayne Rooney, Steve Gerrard and co will surely fancy their chances of
reimbursing the wallets of optimistic supporters.

Enter the Currys Penalty Shoot-Out today for your opportunity to enjoy a
perfect summer of goals, tackles and - hopefully - intact English metatarsals
in glorious 46'', 3D technicolour. Go to
for more information.

Contact: Keith Chamarette - Tel: +44(0)20-8744-4343

Contact: Keith Chamarette - Tel: +44(0)20-8744-4343

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