Geoff Hurst

Sir Geoff Hurst scores for Grosvenor Goals campaign

England and West Ham legend Sir Geoff Hurst made a name for himself by being a great goal scorer, but now the World Cup winner is picking weekly goal scorer predictions as part of his work as an ambassador with online bookmaker

Sir Geoff is providing weekly picks, blogs, and other content to support Grosvenor Goals, the free-to-play game which gives users the chance to win 1 million, if their 10 chosen players are all first goal scorers in a given game week.

Grosvenor Goals was launched at the start of the football season, and will be running throughout the 2018/19 campaign. A prize of 10k is also on offer for anyone who predicts 10 anytime goal scorers from their selections, with a 10 free bet to those who successfully picks three or more first scorers each week.

Sir Geoff has been playing his part too - when he selects four or more first goal scorers in a game week, all users who play Grosvenor Goals that week will win a 10 free bet.

Sir Geoff Hurst, said: "I'm delighted to be working on's Grosvenor Goals campaign, where I'm putting my goalscoring knowledge to the test every week.

"I'd like to think I knew where the net was in my time, so I can spot a good goal scorer when I see one. With rewards given out every time I get at least four out of 10 right, let's hope I can win Grosvenor Goals users a good few free bets across the course of the season.

"With more than half of the season to play, there's plenty more chances to win the 1 million on offer."

Keep an eye out for Sir Geoff's picks on his own Twitter page - @TheGeoffHurst - as well as Grosvenor Sport's Twitter - @GrosvenorSport.

To play Grosvenor Goals, and be in with a chance of winning 1 million, visit Grosvenor Goals

You can also keep up to date with Sir Geoff's weekly picks and his blog posts on the blog.

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Sir Geoff Hurst MBE secured a unique place in the history of football when he became the first and, over 45 years later, still the only player to score a hat-trick in a World Cup Final.

Knighted in 1998 and inducted into the English Football Hall of Fame in 2004, Sir Geoff holds a special place in the hearts of football fans and has become an iconic sporting figure.