MasterCard and QNB announce the six winners of the UEFA Champions League 2013/14 Semi-Finals package

Posted on : Mon, 05 May 2014

Doha, May,5th, 2014 – MasterCard in association with QNB, the World’s Strongest Bank, have announced the names of six QNB First members who have won an all-expense paid package to attend the UEFA Champions League 2013/14 Semi-Finals in London.

The winners visited London from April 28th to May 1st and were awarded business class return flights from Doha to London along with five star stay for three nights at a luxury hotel. Upon arrival, the winning QNB First members attended a welcome reception followed by dinner at one of London’s most exclusive venues.

The six winners witnessed the UEFA Champions League 2013/14 Semi-Finals game between Chelsea F.C. vs Atletico Madrid, as each winner received two match tickets from MasterCard, the official UEFA Champions League Sponsor. Before the kickoff of the game, all winners were invited to attend a complimentary lunch.

Furthermore, the group was also given a guided tour of London city and also participated in select activities in London.

The six QNB First members who won this exceptional reward were selected on two criteria. The first two members were chosen for being the top MasterCard World spenders during the month of March 2014, while the remaining four members were selected through a raffle draw based on their transactions during the month of March 2014.

QNB First members are high net worth individuals looking to experience the finest banking can offer through QNB First, the premium banking platform of QNB.

The UEFA Champions League (UCL) is the most prestigious annual football competition in the world, and MasterCard has been a proud sponsor since 1994. The League is estimated to have a worldwide cumulative audience of over 3.95 billion, with the Final said to be the most watched annual sporting event, drawing over 100 million television viewers yearly.

QNB is always looking for innovative ways to reward its customers and this initiative comes as an extension of its interest and support to sporting activities and in particular football.