Tell us your favourite or unique football story

Years of football have created generations of stories. Some are passed down from father to son or daughter, others grow in the telling to become the stuff of legend and myth. Many stories are related to specific players who did something truly special with a ball. Others often relate to superstitions, for example: the toad buried on the pitch as a curse; or the particular garment that has to be worn to every match.

Some stories we all know, whilst others remain the treasures of particular friends or families. We would like you to write down your own personal story, the story about the game that you carry with you.

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Type your story in your native language, we may add a translation in english for the website.

If you want to illustrate your story, add a picture here. The image should be in jpg format and of a maximum size of 5mb. Ensure the picture is the correct way round and remember to select the 'Story' catagory below.

If you want to illustrate your story, add a video here. The video upload should be in mp4 format and of a maximum size of 5mb. Remember to select the 'Story' category below.

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The images and text you submit will only be used within the website, the commission and any future publication that documents the project. The copyright for those remains with you. Your contact details will be not be supplied to any third party and are only required so we can keep you up to date with developments of the cambridge rules commission. By ticking the consent box you are allowing us to use your images and text within the commission.

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