Monday 17 June 1996
To mark Euro 96, Pearson New Entertainment has launched The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Soccer, the first in a series of lifestyle-sports CD-Roms. It combines an in-depth knowledge of world football facts and figures with 40 minutes of classic video footage, more than 400 photographs, 140,000 words of analysis and a multimedia quiz. The CD-Rom is available in shops at pounds 29.99 but Network has 20 copies to give away. To enter, simply tell us who scored England's first goal against West Germany in the 1966 World Cup. Send the answer on a postcard to: The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Soccer Competition, 7a Livonia Street, London W1 by 29 June.
Independent prize quiz
If you log on to the Independent site on AOL, you could win the complete set of classic videos that the paper has been offering recently. This includes such wonders as Brief Encounter and The 39 Steps. Just answer three questions on our quiz page (keyword Independent). If you are not yet on AOL, ring 0800 3765376, and you will get 10 free hours and a month's subscription. After that, the subscription is pounds 5.95 a month. Or download the software from the Web at http://www.aol.co.uk. We will be giving away a complete set of videos every day this week.
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