With Christmas and New Year right around the corner, it is the perfect time to book Christmas parties and there are a number of stadiums throughout the UK perfect for hosting corporate events. Many of them also offer packages for match days as well as the numerous concerts and events they host throughout the year. Here are some of the best stadiums throughout the UK for hosting corporate events.
Breaking ground in 2002 following the demolition of the original Wembley, and was opened in 2007, where it has continued to be the home of the England football team ever since. This year it has hosted all of Tottenham Hotspurs Champions League games while they build the new White Hart Lane, and it has also hosted the liked of Foo Fighters, Coldplay and final Oasis tour. But, Wembley Stadium is also a fantastic venue for a corporate event and they offer everything ranging from a banquet, a buffet to cabaret, theatre and cocktails. There are also four different suites including the Bobby Moore room, the Great Hall, the Atrium and the Wembley Suite, meaning they have facilities big enough whether you’re inviting two guests or 2,000.
Officially known and opened as the Millennium Stadium, but recently renamed this year for sponsorship reasons, the Principality Stadium hospitality packages cater for a wide range of events. 2017 is set to be a busy year in Cardiff, with the return of the Six Nations in February, adding to more than 120 years of history. Robbie Williams brings his Heavy Entertainment Show to area in June, while Coldplay’s Head Full of Dreams tour has two shows at the Principality in July. The Clubhouse is the main function suite and can offer catering for up to 200 guests. Clubhouse packages also include the opportunity to meet the players after the match.
A corporate event at Stamford Bridge might well last longer than the average tenure of a Chelsea manager, but they do know how to host a great night for all. Drinks receptions, gala dinners, exhibitions and product launches are all frequently held here and there are a number of different rooms and suites to choose from. Whether you enjoy the grandeur of the Directors Lounge or the Great Hall, there are also the Hollins, Harris, Bonetti, Vialli, Tambling, Drake, Clarke and Millennium Suites. Of course there are also the executive boxes that offer spectacular views of the pitch, great for watching the Blues on action, or for just hiring out as meeting spaces.
From one José Mourinho club to another. The home of Manchester United is steeped with history and prestige with all of it is up for viewing at the Old Trafford museum. Match day VIP packages are frequently available where you can enjoy lunch in the Red Café before experiencing the thrill of the match from one of the private boxes, and afterwards you’ll be able to meet the man of the match himself.