Entries have closed in the draw to win a family pass (two adults, two children) to the All Whites homecoming game against Australia’s Socceroos at Auckland’s Eden Park.
Those who bought a ticket in football’s World Cup Lottery in the week before 5pm on Wednesday September 21 went into two draws:
- A draw for a family pass to the Eden Park match on Sunday September 25 (4pm kick off).
- The draw on October 1 to win a trip for two to the World Cup tournament in Qatar.
What’s more, when you buy your ticket in the lottery, you get to choose which club, school or organisation will receive $10 from your $20 purchase.
(You can choose Friends of Football, if you like, and we’ll put the money to good use as part of our Helping Hand Fund to support innovative football projects.)
The New Zealand Football Foundation is the organiser of the World Cup Lottery, which is football’s boldest fundraising project ever, aimed at helping clubs work together to raise money for the development of the game at grassroots level.
Eight double packages are up for grabs with the chance to win the trip of a lifetime through the NZ Football Foundation’s national lottery.
Games you’ll see are:
- Germany v Japan
- Costa Rica v Germany
- Wales v Iran
- Spain v Germany
How it works
Tickets cost $20 and are purchased online from the foundation.
When you buy your ticket, you get the chance to nominate a participating club or school and they get $10 of the purchase price.
You can choose FRIENDS OF FOOTBALL if you wish to show your support for us, and to encourage what we do for the football community.
The funds raised will be put back into football through our Helping Hands Fund — click here for more details >>>>