Ultimate commitment deserves the ultimate reward and this season five lucky winners from the USA got to wake up in the UK on matchday for an experience they will never forget.
They were the winners of the Ultimate Adventure competitions we ran throughout the 2017/18 season and had entered by demonstrating their love for the club they support through written submissions, images and video.
Five Premier League clubs participated in the promotion with each offering a unique prize that consisted of return flights to the UK, hotel accommodation, match tickets and exclusive behind-the-scenes access.
From hanging out with Arsene Wenger the day before he announced his departure from Arsenal, to being on Everton's half-time radio show, each fan's Ultimate Adventure was a trip that will live long in the memory.
If you want to win prizes like this when the new season kicks off, make sure you follow @PLinUSA to receive alerts for the next set of promotions.
In the meantime, here is a sample of what last season’s winners enjoyed.
Brad and his daughter, Laney, from Washington D.C, watched Crystal Palace 5-0 Leicester City, met the first-team players, interviewed the manager Roy Hodgson (pictured below) while Laney played at the Women’s Academy.
Still can't quite believe the day, but here are a few of the highlights. A stadium tour with just me, Laney & Palace legend @Mark__Bright including a pregame stop in the dressing room. #Cpfcfamily #LaneyTakesLondon #ILoveThisClub #cpfc pic.twitter.com/JdCnzCfrR9— CPFCDC (@CrystalPalaceDC) April 28, 2018
Jonathan Mendoza, from Chicago, attended West Ham's 3-0 win over Southampton and then received a shirt signed by the squad along with a pair of Mark Noble’s boots from the Hammers captain (pictured top).
Jennifer Bowen, from Toms River, NJ, went to Wembley to watch Spurs play Premier League champions Manchester City and also met Harry Kane!
Forest Landa, from Charlotte, NC, not only saw Everton play at Goodison Park, he went on the club's live radio show at half-time to give his analysis.
Alexander Beatty, from Boston, MA, met Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger 24 hours before he revealed he was leaving after 22 years at the club.
Alexander’s experience was made extra special as he watched Arsenal beat Burnley 4-0 in Wenger’s last match at Emirates Stadium.