Friday Fun: Play BT Sport’s Name that Team

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Cheese, bubbles and an elderly woman – what does it all mean? These and many more clues appear in the new competition from BT Sport which features 44 sports teams ‘hidden’ as picture clues to really put your sporting knowledge to the test.

Depending on how many of the 44 teams you can name, which include the 12 Aviva Premiership rugby union clubs, you could win a top prize.

Fans that find and name all 12 rugby teams from the Aviva Premiership will be entered into a prize draw to win a pair of tickets to an Aviva Premiership game.

Those up for a real challenge, who find and name all Barclays Premier League, Aviva Premiership Rugby and 12 additional teams from the Scottish Premiership and around the world will be entered into a grand prize draw. The winner will receive a Home Entertainment system worth £3000 including 46” Samsung LED TV, Samsung Home Cinema System, XBox 360, Dabs vouchers and free BT Broadband, BT TV and BT Sport for a year.

To see the picture in more detail and enter the competition, visit, where you can enter your answers. Participants have until 30th September 2013 to enter.

9 thoughts on “Friday Fun: Play BT Sport’s Name that Team

  1. Can anyone explain to me the reasoning behind the one for Gloucester? I got most of the other teams so I eventually got it by just typing in “Gloucester” into every free one but I still couldn’t understand it.

    1. Hi Mike, Gloucester is a type of cheese, that’s all I can think, I found it almost the same way you did, it was more like a lucky guess and then I thought, duh, it’s a cheese…

  2. When will the winners be announced, if it closed on 30th september, its now 14th october……….???????

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