You can get a free drink at Greene King pubs if you share a surname with one of the England Women’s Euro football squad, the Lionesses.
The tournament gets underway this July with 16 nations – including hosts England – aiming to become champions of Europe.
It starts with the Lionesses’ game against Austria at Old Trafford on July 6 and ends with the final at Wembley 25 days later.
When the tournament kicks off Greene King is giving away a free pint, bottle of Ice Breaker pale ale or a soft drink to anyone who qualifies.
Brits are nearly three times more likely to have heard of a male England footballer than their female counterparts, according to a study by Greene King.
To claim the free drink, all qualifying customers have to do is show their photo ID at the bar during a live Euros England group game.
The offer is available across 810 participating pubs, bar Scotland, during each of the three live England Women’s Euro group stage matches.
You have to show a valid and in-date photo ID, such as a driving licence or passport, and have one of the following surnames:
Chris Conchie, head of marketing for Greene King sport said: “Despite the fact that the Women’s Euros tournament grows in popularity each year, there is still a massive lack of awareness and support for the individuals who make up our incredible team.
“This limited time offer isn’t just about a free drink, it’s a chance to show support right across the UK for our Lionesses and champion the incredible UK talent on display on the world stage.”