Marcus Bettinelli has donated his seats on the Cottage balcony for the home match with Nottingham Forest on Saturday 23rd April.
To be in with a chance of winning these tickets, simply donate £10 to the #Cohen66 campaign and answer a simple question correctly.
This is the third time a Fulham player has donated their balcony seats for a match. Have a read of the below testimonies to see how the winners of Scott Parker and Ross McCormack’s seats enjoyed their afternoons from a unique vantage point.
Mike Chantry, pictured with his daughter Amy:
“After supporting Fulham for 57 years it's always been my dream to see at least one game from the Cottage balcony. So I was delighted I had the opportunity to bid for two balcony seats at the MK Dons game and help the Cohen 66 fundraising effort at the same time.
“With a son, daughter and grandson all Season Ticket Holders my biggest problem was choosing who would join me. As my daughter Amy alerted me to the raffle and kept me up to date with the status of my bids I thought it only fair to take her.
“We both had a great day and had the opportunity to mix with the players and their families after a great result. Sadly I'm in America for the Forest game so won't be able to bid, anyway it's only fair to give someone else a chance. Thanks to Scott Parker for donating his two tickets.”
Alan Morris, pictured with his father William:
“My Dad and I were over the absolutely delighted to have won the Cottage balcony competition. We have both supported Fulham for many years (my Dad from the 1950s) and have pretty much stood, sat and supported the Whites from every vantage point at the ground, except from the Cottage itself.
“The Cottage is so unique and is such a big part of what makes Fulham and the ground so special to all the supporters. It really was a privilege and an experience we will definitely never forget – especially after Emerson’s last minute goal!
“A big thank you to Ross for donating his tickets and to everyone at Fulham; they couldn’t do enough for us to make it such a fantastic day and make us feel so welcome. May we also wish continued good luck to the George Cohen Fund in its incredible efforts to reach the £100k target.”