ISL quiz: Win free tickets for Kerala Blasters vs Bengaluru FC match

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A full house is expected for the inaugural match. File photo: X@KeralaBlasters

The tenth edition of the Indian Super League (ISL) will begin at the Jawaharlal Nehru International Stadium, Kochi, on Thursday. Former champions Bengaluru FC and three-time runners-up Kerala Blasters FC will look to renew their rivalry when they face off in the season opener.

Malayala Manorama, the media partner of Kerala Blasters, is holding a contest to give away free tickets to soccer fans to watch the team’s home matches in Kochi.

Football enthusiasts can take part in the contest by providing the correct answer to an ISL-related question. From among those who come with the correct answer, as many as 75 persons stand to get a free ticket for the high-profile match via a lucky draw.

The answer should be messaged in the valid format before 5 pm on Tuesday (September 19).

Lucky draw winners will be notified via SMS and the tickets can be claimed from the Malayala Manorama office at Panampilly Nagar, Kochi, at the time specified in the SMS.

There are three options - A, B and C - for a particular question.

Today’s question

Kerala Blasters have bolstered their attack for the 10th edition by signing striker Kwame Peprah. Which African country does he belong to? 

A. South Africa 

B.  Nigeria 

C.  Ghana

The SMS should be sent to 56767123 (charges applicable) with the correct keyword in the format ‘FTB <space> District Code <space> answer.

District codes are as follows:

Thiruvananthapuram (TVM), Kollam (KLM), Pathanamthitta (PTA), Alappuzha (ALP), Kottayam (KTM), Idukki (IDK), Ernakulam (EKM), Thrissur (TCR), Palakkad (PKD), Malappuram (MPM), Kozhikode (CLT), Wayanad (WYD), Kannur (KNR), and Kasaragod (KSG).

For example, if you are a native of Idukki district and you think option 'C' is the right answer, the format should be FTB <space> IDK <space> C.

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