How a EuroMillions Win Would Allow You to Enjoy a Summer of Sport
Last Updated: Thursday 25th May 2017, 09:33 am
With this Friday’s EuroMillions jackpot estimated to be worth an incredible £112 million, many ticket holders from across the continent will have already started mentally spending their newfound wealth. Of course, such a vast sum of money could buy you plenty of luxury properties and flashy motors, but how could a nine-figure win benefit a sports fan this summer?
For many lottery lovers, touring the world would be high on their list of priorities if they won the jackpot, but while taking in the sights at various destinations around the world might be all well and good, for sports fans the real excitement would lie elsewhere. For example, instead of pacing around Cardiff’s National Museum or staring out to sea on the banks of the city’s bay, you could be sat in the best seats in the house at the Principality Stadium as Juventus and Real Madrid battle it out for the Champions League crown on June 3rd. The nagging voice at the back of your mind would no longer be saying “can I afford this?” With £112 million in the bank, the sporting possibilities would be endless.
It wouldn’t end there for football fans. Seven days later you could have your pick of the matches from around Europe, as the continent’s most formidable teams fight it out in their efforts to join the footballing fun at the 2018 World Cup. From there, it would be on to the Confederations Cup in Russia as you watch the likes of world champions Germany and Euro 2016 winners Portugal compete for international honours, before settling down to watch the start of the new Premier League season in August from the comfort of your very own box at the Emirates, Stamford Bridge or Anfield. Then again, if you were feeling particularly flush, you could always invest in a lower league team and charter their rise to glory.
But what if football isn't your thing? Well, you could always ditch your Sundays on the sofa and join Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel as they compete for the F1 Drivers’ Championship. You could watch the action unfold right before your eyes in Montreal, Baku and Spielberg, before heading home for the world-famous British Grand Prix at Silverstone. You wouldn’t have to miss a second of the season as you tour the globe with motorsport’s finest competitors, eventually witnessing the campaign reach its climax in Abu Dhabi later this year.
However, if the constant hum of engines isn’t your cup of tea, perhaps you’d be happier watching athletes push themselves to the limits in the pursuit of glory. You could be rubbing shoulders with the wonderfully wealthy at Wimbledon as you cheer Andy Murray on in his efforts to defend his title or follow the fortunes of the riders at the Tour de France, maybe with a bird’s-eye view of the action from your private helicopter. There would also be a plethora of play in the cricket as England face South Africa and a great deal of golf, including the US Open at Erin Hills, WIsconsin, The Open at Royal Birkdale and the US PGA Championship at Quail Hollow Club in North Carolina. With so many sports events to choose from, this summer could be one that you will never forget.
So, if you fancy walking away with this Friday’s £112 million jackpot, you can pick your numbers online or play via any authorised retailer from across the UK. Good luck!