Real Madrid legend Roberto Carlos is available for a fiver in the English Sunday League.
For £5, one Sunday League team will be able to call on either Roberto Carlos or Eni Aluko for one match thanks to a new campaign run by eBay and Football Beyond Borders.
Thanks to a new competition, Sunday League teams can now sign Real Madrid and Brazil legend Roberto Carlos for just £5.
One Sunday League club will have the option of signing Carlos or Eni Aluko, a former England and Chelsea forward, on a one-game contract through eBay Dream Transfer.
With a £5 entry fee, one amateur team could sign a World Cup winner for less than the price of a pint.
The raffle entry fees will be donated entirely to the education and social inclusion charity Football Beyond Borders.
Football is used by the organization to change the lives of young people.
All FA registered Sunday League teams are eligible to enter the raffle, which will be held on January 28.
“We are proud to be harnessing the community power of eBay to support Football Beyond Borders by donating all funds raised from the raffle,” Football Beyond Borders said of their raffle partnership with eBay.
“They share our passion for the beautiful game and exist to change the lives of young people by putting that passion to work in the classroom.”
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In order to sign for a one-off match, entrants must choose between two former international footballers.
Carlos has won the Champions League three times and was a member of the Brazilian team that won the World Cup in 2002.
After retiring in 2016, the former Real Madrid and Inter Milan left back is still employed as a marketing manager by Los Blancos.
Carlos won 21 major trophies during his career, including titles in Spain, Turkey, and his native Brazil.
Aluko has over 100 caps for England and has won league titles in both England and Italy, as well as stints in the United States.
The former Chelsea and Juventus striker scored more than 100 goals in her career, including one on her professional debut when she was just 14 years old.
The 34-year-old, who retired in 2020, is now the sporting director of Angel City FC, a newly formed NWSL expansion team based in Los Angeles.
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