Peperami give away ‘Snackadiums’ to footie fans who share the same names as players from England Euro 2020 squad

28 June, 21

Peperami is offering FREE ‘Snackadiums’ to footie fans who share the same names as players from England Euro 2020 squad.

Paying homage to the team, the ‘Snackadium’ is today’s savoury, sports-themed answer to German gingerbread houses.

The limited-edition pitch is perfect to display snacks for friends and family to tackle when enjoying the football festivities.

Names that qualify to apply include Harry (Kane & Maguire), Phil (Foden), Jude (Bellingham) and 21 others – including gaffer Gareth (Southgate).

Available on a first-come-first-serve basis with limited stock, Brits who are eligible to enter need to simply send a direct message to @PeperamiTV on Instagram or Facebook with a picture of their ID as proof.

The supersized ‘Snackadium’ can feed up to a whopping six people and has been designed by none other than Ex-England centre back and Euro 2020 TV pundit – Rio Ferdinand.

The football legend recently appeared in the brands latest campaign dubbed ‘Ban the Bland’, taking part in a unique food experiment that saw the superstar sportsman sitting in the hot seat and taking on the nation’s food fails.

In the film, Ferdinand is seen trying various sad snacks made famous in Britain, such as the Wigan kebab and jellied eels – known to be munched on at football matches.

As the personable pundit continues to mock the nation’s food fails, the second half of the video sees Rio offer his own snack solution – the ‘Snackadium’ – showing viewers how to go from boring to brilliant.

Using popular Peperami products, such as the iconic Peperami Original Stick and Peperami Chicken Bites, the brand is also offering Brits the opportunity to claim one free product from each range from now until the 30th November 2021 at


1. Gareth (Southgate)
2. Sam (Johnstone)
3. Jordan (Pickford & Henderson)
4. Aaron (Ramsdale)
5. Ben (Chilwell & White)
6. Conor (Coady)
7. Reece (James)
8. Harry (Maguire & Kane)
9. Tyrone (Mings)
10. Luke (Shaw)
11. John (Stones)
12. Kieran (Trippier)
13. Kyle (Walker)
14. Jude (Bellingham)
15. Mason (Mount)
16. Kalvin (Phillips)
17. Declan (Rice)
18. Dominic (Calvert-Lewin)
19. Phil (Foden)
20. Jack (Grealish)
21. Marcus (Rashford)
22. Bukayo (Saka)
23. Jadon (Sancho)
24. Raheem (Sterling)

NB: Eligible names must reflect the spelling of the above.

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