#22: Roman Abramovich
During this stroll, the Chelsea Women experienced the cultural history firsthand, taking time to stop and speak to many locals to get a feel for their day-to-day lives.
Abramovich’s contribution will go toward afforestation, forest rehabilitation and fighting desertification in the Negev, according to KKL-JNF.
Abramovich, who also has Israeli citizenship, gave his donation due to rising antisemitism in Europe, the US, and beyond and will be used by JAFI’s “International Unit”.
The game billed as "Final Whistle On Hate" is a fundraiser and a raise-awareness event. The aim is to combat the scourge of antisemitism.
"We're addressing it and fighting it every step of the way, it's a constant process. But events like this teach our children how to be advocates for each other," Framingham Mayor Yvonne Spicer said.
The highest ranking Israeli is located in ninth place - Roman Abramovich.
The match will take place on May 15, at the Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts, and will kick off at 8 pm local time (2 am Israel time).
Abramovich has a net worth of approximately $11.9 billion and is the 140th wealthiest person in the world.
A source at the club denied Abramovich planned any sale.