Raffle Package 2- $50 for 1 Raffle Ticket: Chapel Hill Getaway with (Sold out) Chelsea vs. Wrexham Futbol Tickets

Do you want a chance to see some World Cup futbol in a football stadium in your own backyard? If so,
this is for you! The winner will get two tickets in the “Blue Zone” at UNC’s Kenan stadium. These SOLD
OUT tickets include private concourse level seating with unlimited food and soft drinks.
Chelsea will meet Wrexham in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, on the evening of Wednesday, July 19, as part
of the 2023 FC Series. The stateside match will be the first neutral-site meeting of the two historic clubs.

This package also includes a two (2) night stay at the Graduate Hotel located on Franklin Street, the perfect location for a Chapel Hill getaway!

It will mark the first international soccer competition held at the University of North Carolina’s Kenan

Founded in 1905, Chelsea is London's most central football club, based at the iconic 41,000-capacity
Stamford Bridge stadium. Nicknamed 'The Blues', the club won its second UEFA Champions League title in 2021 and has also won the Premier League five times, the FA Cup eight times, the Football League Cup five times, the UEFA Europa League twice, the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup twice, the UEFA Super Cup twice, the Football League Championship once, and most recently the FIFA Club World Cup in 2022.

The Blues will meet Wrexham, the historic Welsh club, for the first time at a neutral site. Founded in
1864, the "Red Dragons" are one of the oldest football teams in the world and currently compete in the
National League, the fifth tier of the English football league system. In 2020, Rob McElhenney (It's
Always Sunny in Philadelphia) and Ryan Reynolds (Deadpool) purchased the team. The club and its
owners are the subjects of the hit docuseries "Welcome to Wrexham," produced by Boardwalk Pictures.

Chelsea leads the all-time series over Wrexham, 5-2-3. The FC Series match will be their first meeting
since 1984 and the first conducted at a neutral site.
Set among the majestic Carolina pines, Kenan Stadium has been home to the Tar Heels football program
since 1927.

Retail value: $1,264