BBC Sport Online voting: Terms and conditions

Terms and Conditions

1. You can take part by accessing the relevant BBC Sport web page. You will find the question and a list of alternative answers. You can register your vote by electronically selecting the option you wish to vote for.

2. You may be able to vote using Twitter for one of the options given using the hashtags and handles promoted online or on-air. The vote you are interested in may be online only but promoted on social media, on Twitter only or both platforms. Please read the online posting, social media promotions or listen to the on-air announcements carefully.

3. Any votes registered outside the announced voting times, which will be listed online and on-air, will not count.

4. This is not a competition and there will be no prize for any option or anyone taking part. Where the vote result has a consequence the BBC will endeavour to meet it but editorial requirements may lead to a change in schedule or a change in programme content. However, the vote result stands.

5. Online voting may require you to log into the page with your BBC account at If you do not have a BBC account, you can register for one for free at If you have any trouble registering or signing in, you can visit the help pages at

6. Twitter voting requires a Twitter account. It is your responsibility to ensure you follow Twitter's Terms of Use, see and have read their Privacy Policy at

7. The number of times you can vote online may be restricted. The presence of a cap to online voting and what that limit is will be made clear for each online vote. Some online votes may be restricted geographically to within the UK only. If you are not in the right area you will not see the online vote. Twitter votes are capped at one from each user handle, additional votes will not be counted whether for the same hashtag or for different hashtag options.

8. Live results may be displayed during the vote window. These should not be taken as an indicator of the final published results, but merely as a snapshot for interest. The BBC will announce the final result on-air and/or online when voting is closed and the actual result is known.

9. The BBC reserves the right to disqualify entries or suspend voting if it has reasonable grounds to suspect that fraudulent voting has occurred or if it considers there has been any attempt to rig the voting. The BBC has the right to substitute an alternative selection method at its absolute discretion. For the purposes of investigating possible voting irregularities when voting on BBC web pages using BBC account the BBC may use cookies, log IP addresses or analyse the information from your BBC account. The BBC will not publish this information or provide it to anyone without permission, except where required for enforcement of these terms. For more information please see: BBC Privacy Policy, how the BBC uses cookies and BBC online Terms of Use.

10. If, for any reason, the online voting system fails, the vote may be suspended or a contingency plan may be actioned.

11. The BBC reserves the right to change, cancel or suspend this vote at any time.

12. The BBC, its sub-contractors, subsidiaries and/or agencies cannot accept any responsibility whatsoever for any technical failure or malfunction or any other problem with any system, server, provider or otherwise which may result in any vote not being received by the BBC, not properly registered or recorded.

13. Please note that BBC, BBC Group, IMImobile or Telescope employees or anyone who is directly connected in any way with the associated BBC content or the vote is not eligible to vote.

14. The voting accords with the BBC's Code of Conduct for Competitions and Voting, details of which can be found here.

15. Online votes are subject to the BBC Privacy and Cookies Policy and BBC Terms of Use. More information about BBC Cookies can be found here.

16. These Terms and Conditions are governed by the law of England and Wales.