more give, less take

Put more than pride on the line. #fanshake and you could win.

Challenge a rival, set a pledge and #fanshake on it for your chance to win the ultimate 2015 Toyota AFL Grand Final experience.

Set a #fanshake

Choose a rival footy fan and make a pledge on an upcoming game.

Fulfil the #fanshake

The defeated fan will make good on their pledge – be sure to capture the moment with a pic or video.

Upload the #fanshake

Upload proof of your #fanshake right here for your chance to win.

The ultimate Grand Final experience
could be yours.

The ultimate Grand Final experience

Complete and upload a #fanshake and you and a mate could be off to the biggest match of the year. Simply set a #fanshake on any match up to and including the Qualifying/Elimination Finals, fulfil it and upload the proof before 14 September 2015 for your chance to win.

The prize package for you and a mate includes:

• Tickets to the 2015 Toyota AFL Grand Final
• Return flights to Melbourne from any Australian capital city
• Two nights accommodation
• Tickets to the Grand Final Eve lunch at Crown Palladium
• A walk on the MCG before the game on Grand Final day

Select a match

It’s time to back your team and work out what you’re willing to put on the line.
This week’s matches are ready. Challenge a rival to a Fanshake now.

Friday 4 September - Round 23
0:00 EST - MCG

0Collingwood

VS

0Essendon

0:00 EST - ES

0Richmond

VS

0North Melbourne

0:00 EST - MCG

0Hawthorn

VS

0Carlton

0:00 EST - SS

0Geelong Cats

VS

0Adelaide Crows

0:00 EST - SCG

0Sydney Swans

VS

0Gold Coast Suns

0:00 EST - ES

0Melbourne

VS

0GWS Giants

0:00 EST - G

0Brisbane Lions

VS

0Western Bulldogs

0:00 CST - AO

0Port Adelaide

VS

0Fremantle

0:00 WST - DS

0West Coast Eagles

VS

0St Kilda


Fanshake pledges

The Sausage Sizzler

When the siren sounds, when the crowds have gone, who will be left to strap on the apron and tong it up for the good of the game? It could be feeding the footy club, your rowdy mates at half time or perhaps a hungry group of Auskickers. Get your snags and condiments ready. Do not lose this one. The sausage sizzle just heated up.

Set a Fanshake

The Oval Mow

To the victor go the spoils. To the defeated go the gardening gloves. There’s an oval somewhere in need of a mow… by hand, with scissors or aboard a ride-on. It could be your local oval or just a handball-sized backyard. If backing your team backfires you’ll be bringing the mower and working up a sweat.

Set a Fanshake

The Rival Guernsey

If you win, you'll be covered in glory. If you don't, you’ll be covered in the other teams colours. That's right, if your team doesn’t get up, you'll have to wear their Guernsey. And not just for a moment. You'll have to sport it for an entire day. And people thought picking up the wooden spoon was tough.

Set a Fanshake

The Boot Buffer

Chewy on ya boot! You'd better hope it's not your side that can't kick straight, or you could end up cleaning your mate's dirty footy boots. Or perhaps it’s the boots of an entire local footy club. On the other hand, if you're feeling confident, then your boots might end up shining like a Gold Coast Captain’s noggin.

Set a Fanshake

The Profile Pretender

People will LOL when they see you've replaced your social media profile pic with a rival team's colours. It could be with face paint, their team’s flag or a selfie with their mascot… Whatever it is, your profile switch will certainly raise a few #eyebrows.

Set a Fanshake

Create Your Own

Go on, use your imagination and create your own #fanshake pledge. Perhaps the defeated Fanshaker will have to sing the winning team's song on the bus. Maybe they’ll be handing out membership forms for the other team’s club. Or perhaps they'll be stepping in to umpire at your local oval, dressed like a 1980's ump. Whatever it is, make it fun, make it good for the game, but most of all… make it now.

Set a Fanshake

The Home time Hero

Public transport never sounded so sweet. After the siren sounds, the defeated will have to gallantly sing the winning side's team song on their tram, train or bus ride home. Don't worry, many fans do it, it's just those footy-loving Pavarottis aren't wearing the losing side's colours.

Set a Fanshake

The Magnificent Brownie

Oh sweet, sweet victory. It's even sweeter when one fan has to bake up a storm in the kitchen in celebration of the other team. Make it creative, make it special and make it in the winning side's colours. Brownies, cakes or a Flaming Bombe Alaska - whatever you bake, make sure you post it online so the whole world can get a taste of victory.

Set a Fanshake

The Club Crafternoon

Following a drubbing on the field, the 'non-victorious one' will be facing a ton of crepe paper and crafting it into a banner for the winning Fanshaker. So good luck to your team, otherwise you'll pay the price of loyalty with claggy hands and paper cuts. Not much fun. But at least your 'art' will get noticed at the next match, even if it's not supporting your boys.

Set a Fanshake
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Listen up footy fans, a Fanshake is for all to enjoy. To ensure your Fanshake is both fair and in the spirit of true sportsmanship, here are a couple of key rules to help guide you. Learn the Rules
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Rules of the Game

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NAB Footify Fanshake is for all footy fans to enjoy. We want all fans to be able to get together and share their great #fanshake experiences in a positive way. So, when you’re posting videos, pictures or comments; there are a few things to note:

• Be civil to each other and respect each other’s opinions.

• Do not post, publish, disseminate or tag any defamatory, obscene, indecent, misleading, unlawful or otherwise socially unacceptable content or information.

• Do not post copyrighted material unless it’s yours.

The NAB Footify team will review all created Fanshakes and posts with #fanshake to ensure they follow our house rules before featuring on the website. We will remove any offending content that we deem to be inappropriate, offensive or socially unacceptable from the #fanshake website. The views and opinions expressed in comments and user-generated content do not represent the opinion of National Australia Bank or the NAB Footify team.

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