The Chelsea Foundation Lottery has drawn another winner of exclusive signed memorabilia from the first team's changing rooms as the chance to win the £20,000 jackpot nears.
The Lottery has been set up by the club to fund the Chelsea FC Foundation, which works with over 850,000 young people each year providing coaching and schemes to promote social inclusion, health and education.
Since the Lottery started in August 2011, members have won fantastic prizes including the chance to be chairman for the day, which saw Mark Edwards enjoy the QPR game from the comfort of the Directors' Box.
Mark, who was born and bred in south-west London, now makes a 565 miles round trip from his home in Cornwall to Stamford Bridge for games. He's been a Chelsea supporter since 1969 and was one of the first members of the Hong Kong Supporters' Club during his time in the Far East between 1992 and 2005.
The Chairman for the Day prize saw Mark receive five-star VIP treatment inside the Directors' Box before and after the game, as well as a look at the inner workings of the club with chairman Bruce Buck.
Another winner of the Lottery was Cyril Skilton, who is now the proud owner of a pair of signed Petr Cech gloves, as seen below. The Lottery offers fans the chance to win an array of prizes from signed memorabilia to Soccer School places and a quarterly cash prize of £1905.
There's still time to sign up for the weekly Chelsea Foundation Lottery before the big prize of £20,000 is drawn in July.
The Lottery allows both the club and fans to give something back to our surrounding communities. Chelsea is the first football club to utilise a lottery in order to raise funds for charitable causes.
The Lottery draws its winners every Friday. If you're not already a member, you can sign up to the Chelsea Foundation Lottery now by clicking here and downloading an application form or by calling 0207 915 2996.
And if you are already a member, then why not recommend a friend and earn yourself £25!