Do you want to become part of our World Cup panel?

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We are bringing together Goal readers from around the world to build the ultimate football fan panel. Sign-up if you want to get involved.

Are you an opinionated football fan? Want the chance to voice your thoughts on what going’s on in the game? 

Do you also want to be in with the chance to win football gear and other prizes? Well, we have a job for you.

Goal are building a global football fan panel! We want our panel to be made up of fans of all ages and genders, bringing supporters together with one common passion: FOOTBALL! 

In the lead-up to the World Cup, every month, we will put 2-3 questions to the panel in order to gain an insight into what fans think. The results will be published and read by millions of Goal users around the globe.

We will be offering active members of the panel incentives and prizes for their help.

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Simply fill out the form below for an opportunity of a lifetime.

You must be over 18 to enter
You must have a good level of English to enter.
 

 

Panel sign-up

 
 
 
This is a sign-up form for Goal.com's World Cup Panel 2018. It is a once in a lifetime opportunity to have your say on all things football. 


Please note that signing up you are making yourself available for 2-3 short surveys every month. We will be sending out the surveys via email.

There will be prizes and World Cup related incentives for active members of the panel.

If you are chosen, we will be in contact for further details. 

Please enter your details below.

You must be over 18 to enter
You must have a good level of English to enter
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7. What is your favourite social media platform?
8. In your opinion, who will win the 2017 Ballon d'Or?
 

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