All Liverpool fans know that tickets to next week's Champions League final in Paris are like gold dust. Well, A GAA club in East Cork is raffling two tickets to the Champions League final along with private jet travel and accommodation in Paris.
Tickets to the final are close to impossible to find unless you're willing to pay up to €2,000. Local businessman and millionaire, Pearse Flynn who has sponsored the prizes, is giving people the opportunity to enter Premier Junior GAA club Russell Rovers' raffle for a once in a lifetime trip.
How to enter and be in with a chance to win Champions League final tickets
Entries are limited to just 400, with a ticket for the raffle costing €100.
You can enter using the link here
Win 2 Champions League Final Tickets, Private Plane and Hotel Accommodation in Paris.
Entry is €100 per entry and there is a LIMIT OF 400 ENTRIES.
Entry Link: https://t.co/k8LnSbr6iw
Kindly Sponsored by Green Rebel.
— Russell Rovers GAA (@russellrovers) May 14, 2022
Club chairman Michael Mannion spoke to the Irish Examiner about the excitement it has brought around the club and thanked Pearse Flynn for the prize.
We have already had huge interest in the prize, and many people actually did not believe that it was real.
But it very much is, and two lucky Liverpool fans will be able to travel to the biggest night in European soccer on a private plane, enjoy some amazing hospitality and return to East Cork to regale us all with the story.
Flynn has also put some fantastic other prizes together for second and third place in the draw. Second place will receive four tickets to a Liverpool home game of their choice for the 2022/23 season, while third place will take home two tickets to a home Liverpool Champions League game of their choice.
Green Rebel is a tech company owned by Pearse Flynn and their CEO Kieran Ivers spoke about how the company is delighted to be sponsoring the raffle.
We are delighted to support this project as it’s one that is so close to home. We wish Russell Rovers the best, and look forward to supporting them and other community projects into the future.”
Tickets can be bought online up until 8:30pm on Monday the 23rd of May.