Have you ever dreamed of having your own Premier League experience? 

Now is your chance!

Enter Plan International’s charity football tournament on Thursday 19th May 2016 for what could be one of the last chances to get exclusive access to the hallowed turf where football legends have triumphed.

This is a unique opportunity for entertaining, thanking clients or team building, as 6-a-side teams will battle it out for the Champions of Change Cup.

So far we have teams signed up from the likes of our partner real estate firm CBRE, marketing agency Mullen Lowe, Digital agency Zone and Investment firm D E Shaw & Co.

Plan International is Chelsea FC’s new global charity partner, and as a non-for-profit registered charity all the money raised on the day will go towards our Champions of Change programme to transform the lives of young boys and girls in Colombia through the power of football.

By entering a team, your £5,000 can help set up two community football tournaments in Colombia for the poorest and most disadvantaged girls and boys. With Chelsea FC, we will use the power of football to teach young people about equality, respect and values, so that girls can have the same opportunities as boys and they both have the chance to fulfil their potential.

To enter a team, the package costs £5,000 and includes:

  • 6-a-side teams with maximum squad of 10 players, plus optional Manager
  • Exclusive chance to play on the Stamford Bridge pitch
  • Tournament run by FA qualified referees and Chelsea FC Coaches
  • Minimum of four games before knock-out rounds
  • Full team kit provided along with team photo and winners medals
  • Refreshments with post-match BBQ and beers

REGISTER INTEREST NOW

Availability is limited. To register your interest, receive full information on the package and this special experience please get in touch.

Contact: Jessica Ridgewell
tournament@plan-uk.org
0203 217 0201
www.plan-uk.org/ChelseaFC

Thanks to Roll On Friday for kindly giving permission to Plan International to post this news.

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