You can actually get paid £250 to watch the Euros this summer

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Emily Sergeant Emily Sergeant - 18th June 2024

Whether you can believe it or not, there’s a company out there that’s actually looking to pay someone to watch the Euros this summer.

There’s been some pretty decent side hustles knocking about recently – including one company offering to pay young jetsetters to travel the world for free, a popular Manchester indie coffee shop hiring someone to taste-test all its sandwiches, and most-recently, Aldi putting out a recruitment call for someone to become its official ‘Crisp Taster’.

But we have to say, for sports fans, this has got to be one of the best opportunities there is.

For anyone who was planning on spending their summer savouring every last minute of all the footballing action at this year’s UEFA Euro 2024, which we would hazard a guess is a good chunk of the Greater Manchester public, then how would you like to get paid for that while you’re at it?

It may sound a bit too good to be true, but we promise it isn’t, as the UK’s leading online darts retailer, Darts Corner, is looking for someone to become its ‘Chief Celebration Analyst’, and applications for the role are now open.


The dart equipment specialist – which has actually provided both the England and Scotland mens national teams with darts equipment for their down-time during the Euros this summer – is looking for a football fan who fancies adding a new shiny title to their CVs and LinkedIn by taking on the task of capturing the best celebratory moments of the Euros.

Whether it’s a stunning goal scored by a player, an emotional or ecstatic coach, or an unforgettable crowd moment, the company‘s ‘Chief Celebration Analyst’ will need you to be on standby and ready to catch all the unforgettable action.


You’ll need to be down for watching every match at this year’s tournament from start to finish so you can keep an eye out for the best celebrations.

To apply for the position, you’ll need capture the moment in short video where you talk over the celebration, say why you feel it’s impactful and the best moment of the tournament, and then share the video on social media platforms such as X, Instagram, TikTok, or Facebook with the hashtag #DartsCornerEuros.

The best bit? You’ll even get paid a handsome £250 to do so… not bad at all.


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Applications are now open, and will close at midnight on 15 July.

The full terms and conditions for the role can be found here, and you’ll also probably want to make sure you’re following Darts Corner on all its official social media accounts before applying, too.

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