Competition: Win a copy of new Taschen book The Age of Innocence - Football in the 1970s

| 10 July 2014

Competition: Win a copy of new Taschen book The Age of Innocence - Football in the 1970s

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It was Pelé who coined the phrase “the beautiful game”, and in the 1970s the game was at its most beautiful, free-flowing and entertaining.

Football became truly international thanks to extraordinarily talented teams and charismatic players who became the first generation of football superstars, long before David Beckham stripped down to his underwear.

The Age of Innocence (rrp £34.99) tackles the global and cultural impact of the game, the memorable fashions, the girlfriends, the cars, the politics, the fans, the hooligans, the passion, the thrills and the sideburns.

The Age of Innocence features photography by Neil Leifer, Peter Robinson, Gerry Cranham, Terry O’Neill, Volker Hinz, Jerry Cooke, Harry Benson, Sven Simon and many others, as well as images sourced from archives all over the world, and essays from award-winning football writers Rob Hughes, David Goldblatt, Brian Glanville and Barney Ronay.

To be in with a chance of winning a copy, send an email with the subject 'World Cup' to competitions@culture24.org.uk. Don't forget to include your name and address.

Terms and conditions:

  • This competition is not open to employees of Culture24 or their families.
  • Entrants must be over 16 years of age and resident in the UK
  • All entrants must include contact details or their entry will be discarded
  • All contact details will be deleted after the competition
  • The winner will be informed on Monday July 21st
  • The winner will be drawn at random, decisions are final and no correspondence will be entered into
  • Culture24 do not take responsibility for any lost or late entries
  • This competition is free to enter, no purchase is necessary
  • The prize must be taken as stated, cannot be deferred, and there is no cash alternative
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