If the Czech Republic claim four or more points from their Euro 2016 qualifiers against Turkey and Kazakhstan, every fan who attends the clash against Iceland will get a free beer.
Czech boss Pavel Vrba made the unorthodox promise and has also reportedly said that if his side don't measure up he will work a shift in a brewery instead.
The Czech side will be full of confidence after shocking the Netherlands 2-1 last month but they face a tough qualification group after being drawn with Turkey and Iceland as well as the Dutch.
"If we succeed, the fans will drink free beer in the match with Iceland and hopefully be satisfied. If we get six points, then I will probably go directly to the brewery for a keg."
Vrba may well be the most popular coach in Europe if he delivers both the points and the drinks to the country with the highest beer consumption per person in the world.