Euro 2024: The Staggers crowned winners of Tennent’s Get to Germany after nail-biting finale in Munich

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After a nail-biting race across Europe, The Staggers Paul and Euan have been crowned winners of Tennent’s Get to Germany race, and are set to enjoy the ultimate summer of football.

From Glasgow to Germany via London, Paris and Barga, the final leg of Get to Germany ends in Munich. The last episode sees the three teams take on a treasure hunt through Munich’s English Garden - one of the biggest urban parks in the world and seven times the size of Glasgow Green.

Tasked to reach four checkpoints across the park, each team is on a mission to collect four numbers, which will unlock a crucial padlock later in the race. With no cash or cars, the race is entirely on foot.


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Chris and Ewan of The Diehards get a head start thanks to racking up plenty of T-minus time following their epic performance throughout the series, followed by Paul and Euan who head off just one minute behind thanks to their win in episode four. Beth and William Wallace, the father-daughter duo, start six minutes behind The Staggers, after falling short in some of the challenges in previous episodes. 



The treasure hunt takes the super-fans across the entire park from landmark to landmark, including a Greek-style Temple and five-storey Chinese tower, taking advantage from friendly locals to complete the challenge.


In a tense sprint to the final checkpoint, the only way teams can cross the finish line in the middle of a lake is by paddle boat. The four-digit code the teams have collected along the way free their own boats to race to the centre of the lake, with Paul and Euan ahead and Beth and William just moments behind, despite starting last. 


Reaching the flag first, and being crowned the winners of Tennent’s Get to Germany Race are groom-to-be Euan and his groomsman Paul, claiming a host of money-can’t-buy prizes, including the ultimate fans experience in Germany for the length of the group stages, along with flights and accommodation with the Scotland team for a future away game, and a Scotland season pass for upcoming home games.


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Euan said: “We are absolutely delighted to have won the race - it’s been an epic journey and such an amazing experience that we’ll remember forever. We’re so excited for this summer, and to have my stag do in Germany as Scotland takes on the Euros is just the cherry on top of the cake - truly the stag do of the century!” 


Hazel Alexander, Senior Brand Manager at Tennent’s said: “We couldn’t be happier for Paul and Euan - they are very worthy winners and absolutely deserve to enjoy a glorious summer of football and Tennent’s, and to give Euan the gift of such an epic stag do in Germany is fantastic. We’ve loved watching each episode of Tennent’s Get to Germany in the lead up to the Euros, and are so grateful for each of our three teams for giving their all to make it such great viewing. Now, come on Scotland!” 

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