TWO workers from Huddersfield computer retailers Laptops Direct.co.uk have won tickets to see one of England's top football teams.
But neither Kerry Clowes nor Katie Shaw, who work in the accounts department of Queen's Mill Road firm, know much about soccer.
They will be VIP guests at Chelsea's home match against Birmingham on Saturday, April 9.
The London club are leading the Premiership table and are massive favourites to take the title.
The women - neither of whom have been to a football game in years - will meet the Chelsea players before the game and will be able to watch the match from their own private box.
The tickets for the match were given to Laptops Direct.co.uk by computer makers Acer because the firm had sold more of its laptops than any other business in England this year.
The firm has increased its Acer sales by 300% in 12 months.
Managing director Nick Glynne said: "We wanted to share the benefit with the staff and this time we thought our two accounts staff had worked particularly hard.
"They are going to make a weekend of it.
"I think the last match they went to was probably a Huddersfield Town game about 20 years ago!
"It's going to be great for them and they deserve it."