HERTHA BERLIN are offering one lucky fan the ultimate prize in football… a lifetime season ticket, but there’s a catch.
In order to be eligible to receive free home games for life at the Olympiastadion, you must be willing to get inked for life.
The Bundesliga club have called upon supporters to prove their devotion to the side, citing why they should win in the form of a picture, video or another creative idea.
And should they win, they will be tattooed with an outline of Berlin on their arm, as well as their iconic ground and two flags – featuring the badge of the Die Alte Dame, and a QR code.
Fans will have until February 8 to submit their applications in order to be in with a chance of the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
In a press release issued by the club, Hertha said: “No club gets under your skin like Hertha BSC.
“In success and failure. In good and in bad times.”
And while there is excitement being generated off the pitch, there isn’t too much to cheer about on it.
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Hertha are without a win in 2018, and currently sit in 11th spot in the Bundesliga.
Next up for Pal Dardai’s side are Hoffenheim, who they welcome to Berlin on Saturday.