Free Greggs sausage roll for EVERY goal scored in the Euro 2020 football tournament
As excitement around the start of the long awaited UEFA Euro 2020 tournament has begun, official food delivery partner Just Eat has teamed up with Greggs to bring football and food together with Rolls for Goals – giving customers free sausage rolls for every match played on UK soil which sees a goal scored.
Throughout the tournament, fans can get their hands on a free sausage roll the day after the match itself on all Greggs orders over £5, placed on Just Eat., regardless of which team scores the goal. The offer will be live the day after each match from June 13 until July 12, when a goal is scored during games played in the UK.
No stranger to match day rituals, former England goalkeeper and footballing legend David Seaman will be reprising his role as ‘safe-hands’, partnering with Just Eat and Greggs to announce the initiative and get football fans geared up for a summer of soccer and sausage rolls.
David Seaman commented on his partnership: “Food and football go hand in hand in my household and there’s no better feeling than a post goal roll! It’s great to team up with Just Eat to offer fans an iconic Greggs sausage roll, giving them a true taste of the action.”
Matt Bushby, Just Eat UK Marketing Director commented: “Food is a massive part of football culture and after a year like no other, what better way to to deliver joy than by rewarding customers with free Greggs sausage rolls for every match in which a goal is scored.”
Hannah Squirrell, Greggs Customer and Marketing Director commented: “Offering Greggs and Just Eat customers across the country the chance to celebrate Euro2020 goals with one of our iconic Sausage Rolls is a great way to celebrate the long awaited arrival of the Euros, and fans getting back together in stadiums, homes and pubs to enjoy the games.”
The offer will be available via the Just Eat website the day after any Euro2020 match played on UK soil which sees a goal scored, from England V Croatia on Sunday until the final on July 11.