Win a year’s free subscription with Setanta Sports

What a way to cure Monday-itis! Back Page Football has teamed up with the great folk at Setanta Sports to offer our Republic of Ireland readers a chance to win a free one year satellite subscription as part of the Setana Goals launch celebrations.

What is Setanta Goals?

Setanta Goals is a fantastic new service from Setanta Sports which gives people in the Republic of Ireland the opportunity to watch every Barclays Premier League goal for free each Monday morning. Simply visit the Setanta website to avail of this great opportunity and catch all the action from the weekend’s football.

Not only is Setanta Goals available via your PC or laptop, but for a small fee you can subscribe to the service via your mobile phone.

To sign up for the mobile service, at a cost of €2.50 per game week, simply text GOALS to 57030 and register your favourite Premier League team. Then each time a goal is scored you will receive a goal text alert. Subscribers can also see half time round ups and full time highlights of all the other games, and the service covers all 380 Premier League games each season.

How do I enter the competition?

Setanta Goals is a fantastic way to catch up on all the Premier League action you may have missed at the weekend, and there’s nothing worse than showing up to work on Monday morning having missed the 30-yard belter that everyone is talking about at the water cooler! We love to hear your opinions, so to be in with a chance of winning a year’s Setanta Sports satellite subscription all you need to do is tell us:

What is your favourite Premier League goal ever and why?

Answers can be left in the comments section below, or emailed to admin [at], and we will select the best entry. Remember, you must be from the Republic of Ireland to avail of the offer.

Closing date for entries is Friday, 21 January 2011.

Terms & Conditions

As Setanta Goals is is only available to Republic of Ireland customers, we are unfortunately only able to accept entries from people based in that region. You must also be an existing Sky satellite customer. If you don’t fit into either of these categories then don’t worry, there will be more offers in the future.

Author Details

Neil Sherwin
Neil Sherwin

Co-editor of Writes mostly on Premier League and A-League with contributions to other sites including TheFootballSack, InBedWithMaradona and Bloomberg's BSports. Has featured on The Guardian's Football Weekly.

19 thoughts on “Win a year’s free subscription with Setanta Sports

  1. Bergkamp Vs Newcastle. The flick, turn and finish were all just so seamless. Only a genius like him could do it. Anyone can score a 30 yard rocket. This one took serios skill.

  2. It has got to be that quality chip from Philipe Albert in the 5-0 thrashing of Manchester United. A perfect way to round off the day. Incredible stuff.

  3. Johan Elmander’s sublime individual effort against Wolves. It was a fantastic goal and although he isn’t known by many, his skill on the ball was just phenomenal.

  4. Le Tissier’s solo goal v Newcastle. Pure genius and savage skill.

    Rooneys volley against Newcastle a few seconds after giving out to the ref was up there as well, the power on that shot was unreal.

  5. For me it has to be Shaun Goater for Manchester City v Manchester United on 9/11/2002. It does it for me as much for the context as the skill involved. This was the last ever Manchester derby at Maine Road. City hadn’t beaten United for 13 years. Shaun Goater a true blue first took took the ball off Gary Neville, a red through and through, and then calmly slotted it past Barthez in the United goal from the tightest of angles. Schmeichel the City keeper but United legend could not hide his delight. 13 years of hurt for the Blues evaporated in an instant.

  6. I’m not an Arsenal fan, but for precision passing from deep; control, pace and quality of finishing strike, Robin Van Persie’s goal against Charlton in Sept 06 was breathtaking. Football at it’s sublime best. Gilberto to Hleb, out wide to Eboue, crossed and finished. Poetry.

  7. Paolo de Canio Volley for West Ham v Wimbledon in 2000. So many difficult techniques combined for a perfect finish. Sheer Class.

  8. Matt Le Tissier’s goal scored against Newcastle, on October 23rd, 1993. Sublime control, coolness under defensive pressure and finished off with almost contemptuous ease by one of the game’s most talented ever footballers

  9. My favourite goal was scored by Rooney for Man Utd vs Arsenal 1st Feb 2010. A sublime breakaway goal started and finished by Rooney showing not only skill but more desire that the arsenal men he ran by to get on the end of Nani’s pass.

  10. Tony Yeboah’s 1996 goal for Leeds against Liverpool – not only because it was the best goal ever scored, but because I was there….classic….

  11. The best Premier league goal has to be Dalian Atkinson’s goal for Aston Villa against Wimbledon. He ran nearly the length of the pitch beating players even though he was a bit chubbie and chipped the keeper from outside the box and to top it all off Saunders jumped on his back with an umbrella to celebrate. Magic stuff.

  12. Michael Owen v City in Manchester derby. Best game I can recall, for goals, excitement end to end, and to finish like that 6 mins into injury time. Sublime. Giggs and Owen held their heads, brilliant pass from the former and finish from the latter, their experience and class showed through.

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