Get your EPL fill on new ST microsite

Chelsea fan Cindy Chew, 26, gets her hands on the EPL trophy, watched by (from left) Everton supporter Keith Bayliss, 57; Liverpool fan Henry Han, 37; Arsenal fan Raun Anand, 22; and Manchester United fan R. Surendran, 30. The ST microsite is running
Chelsea fan Cindy Chew, 26, gets her hands on the EPL trophy, watched by (from left) Everton supporter Keith Bayliss, 57; Liverpool fan Henry Han, 37; Arsenal fan Raun Anand, 22; and Manchester United fan R. Surendran, 30. The ST microsite is running a survey on which EPL club has the best support.ST PHOTO: RAJ NADARAJAN

Tired of constantly arguing over which English Premier League (EPL) club has the biggest and best fan base in Singapore?

The Straits Times would like to set the record straight - and you, the reader, can help your EPL club.

What's more, you might even be rewarded with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

In partnership with Carlsberg Singapore, five ST readers will get to meet and dine with selected EPL greats, who will be in town for the IG Masters Football Sixes tournament in October.

All this is happening at ST's new EPL microsite (www.straitstimes.com/epl-2013-2014), set up to provide a platform for football fans to interact and chat about the league's news developments.

First off, The Straits Times would like to set the record straight on which EPL club has the biggest and best fan base in Singapore, with an online survey.

Results of the poll will be presented in a fresh and interactive manner in the coming weeks, and reveal which EPL club attracts the greatest support here.

To be eligible to win the exclusive meet-and-greet fan session, simply fill up the survey form and follow us on Twitter (@STSportsdesk).

The closing date for the contest is Sept 20. The winners will be announced in The Straits Times' sport pages next month.

Besides the online survey, we will also be rolling out interactive elements on the new website to keep fans engaged throughout this EPL season and beyond.

Starting off with breaking news and Twitter feeds, the site will also feature commentary and analysis from the ST Sports desk's columnists and correspondents Rob Hughes, Richard Jolly and Aleksandar Duric.

Local fans can even get the chance to give their reviews of vital EPL clashes.

So do your bit for your EPL club, declare your support for your club on the online survey, and stand to be rewarded with great prizes!

hankeong@sph.com.sg