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‘Get to Germany’ – Terms & Conditions

GET TO GERMANY (the “Contest”) 



By commencing your application form for the Contest, you agree to the following terms and conditions (“Terms”): 


  1. This competition shall be run and administered by Something Something Productions Ltd t/a Studio Something (company number SC550603, with registered address at Trinity House, 29 Lynedoch Street, Glasgow, G3 6EF) on behalf of Tennent Caledonian Breweries UK Limited (“Tennent’s”) (company number SC362352 with registered address at Wellpark Brewery, 161 Duke Street, Glasgow, G31 1JD). 
  2. These terms relate to your application to take part in the Contest and form part of your application form. For the purposes of the application form and these Terms, “we”, “us” and/or “our” shall mean Studio Something. 
  3. You confirm that you meet the following Eligibility Requirements: (a) you are above the age of twenty-five (25); (b) reside in Scotland; (c) have a valid passport (which expires no earlier than December 2024); (d) are able to commit to all travel and filming days across Europe. The Contest shall require successful applicants to be available for up to (6) six days of consecutive travel and filming between mid-May – mid-June 2024 (final dates will be confirmed during casting process). In addition, you confirm that neither you or anyone in your household or immediate family is employed by Studio Something, Tennent’s, or any subsidiary of C&C Group plc, the parent company of Tennent’s.  
  4. Mode of travel, and travel route, throughout the contest will be determined by series of challenges and shall be overseen by production team. Use of public transport only during contest. Return travel home shall be contestant’s own responsibility and shall not be organised by Studio Something or Tennent’s. However, each contestant shall be provided with £250 at the end of the contest to facilitate said travel home. One winning team only. Prizes for winning team includes flights and accommodation with the Scotland team for a future away game; a signed match kit; the opportunity to play on the Hampden pitch; and hospitality at a Hampden home game. Full list of prizes below. 
  5. Any application forms (or other documents submitted as part of the casting process) may not be considered if they are incomplete, incomprehensible and/or incorrectly submitted.  We do not accept any responsibility whatsoever for any technical failure, malfunction, delays of or any other problem which may result in any application or document not being property received by us by the closing date.  
  6. Application closing date shall be 31st March 2024 (the “Closing Date”). We reserve the right to extend or close the application process at any time in our sole discretion, without notice. Should you proceed to the next round, video submission (featuring both proposed contestants) may be required. 
  7. Due to the anticipated high volume of applications, unsuccessful applicants may not be contacted. Submitting an application form or receiving communication from us in relation to this application does not constitute an offer to participate in the Contest. 
  8. If you are selected to participate in the Contest, nothing in your contribution to the Contest shall be done to bring (in the opinion of Studio Something and/or Tennent’s) Studio Something, Tennent’s or any member of the C&C Group into disrepute, or prejudice the successful broadcast of the Contest, nor shall you make any derogatory comments about the Contest, or any person involved with it, including us and/or Tennent’s or any member of the C&C Group. Any breach of this term may result in your disqualification from the Contest. 


Your Obligations  

  1. Should you be invited to take part in the casting and/or selection process for the Contest, you agree to: 
    • provide us with valid and original proof of age and identity. 
    • hold a current and valid UK passport which expires no earlier than October 2024. 
    • attend any casting and/or selection process relating to the Contest on any dates as mutually agreed at such location(s) and/or using such technology (e.g., Zoom) as requested by us; and  
    • share such background information as requested by us (including but not limited to information relating to employment, social media, and any criminal allegations or investigations and/or unspent criminal convictions. We reserve the right to conduct background checks on any applicants which proceed to the casting stage. Please note that disclosing information of this nature will not automatically disqualify you from participating in the Contest, but it is important that we are made aware of any relevant issues.  
    • provide us with all consents and/or assistance necessary in order to carry out background searches (including but not limited to social media and internet searches) if/as required. 
  2. You confirm that all information supplied on the application form is true, accurate and honest, and that no information has been withheld. When completing the personal information section of the application form on behalf of your proposed Contest partner, you confirm you have their consent to answer and enter on their behalf. 
  3. If you are selected to participate in the Contest, you agree to promptly sign and return a contestant agreement (in the form provided by us).
  4. If selected to take part in the Contest, you agree to follow any further rules and instructions which we may notify to you (such as a participant’s code of conduct). You accept that we may alter or add to these instructions or rules from time to time, in our sole discretion. 
  5. Please note that we may disqualify you at any time form any stage of the casting process or (if selected) from the Contest if, in the opinion of Studio Something and/or Tennent’s, you fail to abide by these Terms. 



  1. You agree that you will not at any time disclose or supply any information (including without limitation your family, friends, the press and/or the public) in relation to (a) your application or the casting process (b) the Contest and other applicants; and (c) the contents of any agreements, correspondence and/or conversations between you and us; except where such information may already be legitimately in the public domain, is required to be disclosed by law, or where we have given you our prior written consent.  



  1. We will process your personal data, including your name, age, image and voice, as part of casting the Contest together with such special category data you may share such as criminal history. We will do so in accordance with the relevant data protection law, and you can find out more information regarding the processing of your personal data by viewing our privacy notice, available here:
  2. By providing information us relating to another person, including but not limited to contact details, you confirm that you have obtained consent from the relevant person to share their information.  
  3. Any costs or expenses incurred by you in respect of applying for the Contest or participation in the casting process (such as internet charges, phone calls, travel to interview etc.) shall be borne by you. 
  4. We reserve the right to cancel the Contest at any time, at our sole discretion.  
  5. These terms were updated on 24th January 2024. We may update and/or amend these terms from time to time.  
  6. These Terms and any application form, as well as any non-contractual obligations arising out of or in connection with the Contest shall be construed in accordance with the laws of Scotland. The parties submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Scottish courts. 


Full List of Prizes 

*Full list of prizes (one set only, for winning team): Flights and accommodation with the team for a future away game (to be used together on same date); a signed kit each from your favourite Scotland player; a happy birthday message each from the Scotland team; the opportunity to play on the Hampden pitch; hospitality at a Hampden home game; Scotland player Stuart Armstrong’s hair gel; Perfect Draft machine with a Tennent’s Lager Keg each; a season pass each for next set of Scotland home matches; a personalised brick each inside Hampden; a pair of John McGinn signed glasses each; opportunity for you to select five items for free from the Scotland shop; a tour of the Tennent’s brewery; Duolingo German lessons; a tour of Hampden; a sold-out 150th anniversary Scotland football top each; a personalised Tennent’s glass each; a Lyndon Dykes transferable tattoo each; a pair of Tennent’s flip flops each; a Kenny McLean mayor’s hat each; a pair of Tennent’s socks each; a four-pack of Tennent’s for each night of your time in Germany; a Tennent’s passport cover each; an opportunity to watch the players train before a game (dates to be advised by Tennent’s); a cardboard cut-out of Scott McTominay each; a cuddly toy each. 


Data Privacy Notice

Tennent’s ‘Get to Germany’ promotion

This privacy notice explains how we’ll collect, use and store your personal data if you apply to take part in Tennent’s ‘Get to Germany’ promotion, and if you are selected to participate. It also gives you information about your legal rights granted under data protection laws.

Tennent’s has partnered with Studio Something, a creative studio, to deliver this exciting campaign. We’re operating as ‘Joint Controllers’ for the purposes of this promotion because the personal data processing will be conducted for the same, shared outcome.

The data controllers’ registered details are:

  • Tennent Caledonian Breweries UK Ltd, Wellpark Brewery, 161 Duke Street, Glasgow, G31 1JD.
  • Something Something Productions Limited, trading as Studio Something, 29 Lynedoch Street, Glasgow, G3 6EF.

If you have any questions about this privacy notice, or how your personal data will processed during this promotion, please contact the Tennent’s (C&C Group) Data Protection Officer by emailing, or email Studio Something at

This privacy notice was drafted in January 2024. We’ll contact you if we make any significant changes to it.

We won’t be able to consider your application or respond to your queries if you don’t provide certain personal data. It’s also important that the personal information we hold about you is correct and up to date, so please keep us informed if your personal information changes during your relationship with us.

  1. Why we’ll use your personal data
  • Your personal data will be used to successfully plan and run our ‘Get to Germany’ promotion. This includes the participant shortlisting and final selection processes, arranging travel and accommodation and organising the activities completed by the successful teams on their way to Germany, and any media coverage including, but not limited to, social media content.
  • We may need to conduct background checks to ensure suitable participants are selected and to minimise the risk of adverse impacts on our brands’ or individuals’ reputations. If such checks are deemed necessary, the shortlisted candidates will be asked to consent to this happening at that point in the process.
  • If you’re chosen to take part, we’ll use your personal data to support your wellbeing and safety on your journey. This may include your health-related data, for example, in the event of injury.
  • It’ll also be used to provide the winning team with their prizes.
  • If necessary, your personal data will be used to manage issues or legal disputes if these arise during or following this promotional activity.
  1. Our ‘lawful basis’ for using your personal data

For the initial phases of this promotion, we’ll rely on your consent to process your personal data by virtue of you completing and submitting an application for consideration.

Whilst there is no requirement or expectation that you will disclose ‘Special Category’ data, it is possible you might choose to share this information voluntarily e.g. in responding to the questions posed during the application process. Our lawful basis is therefore explicit consent.

The legal basis for processing any criminal conviction and offence data during the background checks is also consent as outlined in Condition 29 of Schedule 1 of the Data Protection Act 2018.

Once the six successful participants have been chosen and have agreed to participate, we will rely on ‘performance of a contract’ as the lawful basis to process some of the personal data, in circumstances where consent is no longer the appropriate basis to use.

  1. Passing your information to others

We may have to share your data with other people and organisations. We require these third parties to respect the security of your data and to use it legally. Where a third-party is acting as our ‘data processor’, they’ll act solely on our instructions and will only use your information for that specific purpose.

We may share your data with:

  • other entities within the Tennent’s parent company group (C&C Group plc), as part of our regular reporting activities, during analysis of the success of this promotional campaign, in the context of a business reorganisation or group restructuring exercise, or for system maintenance support and hosting of data.
  • the other entities within the Something Something Productions Limited group for the same reasons as outlined above.
  • companies that provide products and services, for example travel companies or venues used during the promotion.
  • social media platform providers, such as Meta, X, and Google for the purposes of promoting the ‘Get to Germany’ campaign and sharing the participating teams’ progress across social media.
  • IT system providers, including data storage providers and their technical support teams, if necessary.
  • official bodies, law enforcement agencies, insurers, our accountants, auditors, legal advisors etc where we must do so to comply with legal obligations, exercise or defend our legal rights, to prevent and detect crime or prosecute offenders, or to safeguard and protect our employees, consumers, or other individuals.
  1. International transfers

Your personal data will be transferred to and stored in locations outside the UK. This will typically occur when we use service providers located in the EU (e.g. accommodation and travel providers), or where our IT providers host our data elsewhere in the world. These data transfers require us to follow certain rules under data protection law to ensure that your data will be adequately protected, so we’ll only transfer data to countries that have been confirmed as protecting personal data to UK or EEA standards, or where contractual commitments are in place which make sure the data is protected to these standards.

Please contact the Tennent’s Data Protection Officer if you need more information on this.

  1. How long we keep your personal data

Your personal data is only kept for as long as necessary to fulfil the purposes we collected it for, including for the purposes of satisfying any operational, legal or reporting requirements, and in order to defend our legal rights.

We have determined that:

  • Unsuccessful applicants’ data will be retained for three months after the ‘Get To Germany’ selection process closes then it will be deleted.
  • Apart from the content shared on social media or elsewhere during the promotion, successful applicants’ data will be retained for one year after the ‘Get To Germany’ promotional activity ends then deleted. Social media posts and other content will remain available online and internally to Tennent’s and Studio Something as part of our brands’ campaign history and for future reference purposes.
  1. Your rights

Under data protection law you have the right to:

  • Request access to your personal information (commonly known as a ‘data subject access request’). This enables you to receive a copy of the personal information we hold about you and to check that we are lawfully processing it.
  • Request the correction of incomplete or inaccurate personal information that we hold about you.
  • Request erasure of your personal information in certain circumstances.
  • Object to processing of your personal information in certain circumstances.
  • Request the restriction of processing of your personal information.
  • Request the transfer of your personal information to another party, known as data portability.
  • Withdraw your consent. In circumstances where your consent is the lawful basis for the processing, you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time.

If you want to exercise any of these rights please contact

Your right to complain to a data protection regulator

We aim to collect, use and safeguard your personal information in line with data protection laws and guidance. If you have concerns about how we’ve handled your personal data please get in touch with the Tennent’s Data Protection Officer at details above in the first instance.

While we hope that we can resolve your concerns, you can complain to a data protection authority regardless of whether you have exhausted our internal procedure. You can find further information and contact details for the UK’s data protection regulator, the Information Commissioner’s Office, at