Forget Front Row Seats: Three Ways To Enjoy Football That Trump The Front Row Experience
With several luxury hospitality options available at our favorite stadiums, fans are now spoilt for choice when it comes to matchday experiences
For a true blue football fan, few things compare to the feeling they get when they witness their favorite striker unleashing a rocket into the top corner. As any football fan would tell you, the exorbitant pricing of the front row seats is totally worth this feeling.
For a long time, front row seats remained the best possible way to enjoy a football match. This changed about a decade ago, when stadiums started receiving facelifts, thanks to sponsorships and the rising interest of corporate hospitality services in the world of sport.
These days, football grounds offer a host of experiences that make the match watching experience so delightful, that you will almost not care if your team is losing the game! Don’t take our word for it, read on and find out:
Livin’ Large At The Stamford Bridge Stadium
Any football fan would agree that watching a home-game of their favorite team is pure, unadulterated fun. Stamford Bridge stadium goes one step beyond fan expectations and makes it a pleasure to cheer their favorite team by offering match-day experiences fit for champions, in their flagship Champions Club.
The Champions Club passes ensure that you’re treated like royalty while you witness your team obliterate their opponents. The strategic half-line location of the suite, combined with three course buffet and in-room car bar ensure the fun doesn’t stop even if Giroud misses his shot. If all this isn’t enough, services like White Label Hospitality offer 18 such experiences at Stamford Bridge and other major stadia across the country.
Experience The Liverpool Glory At The 1892 Lounge At Anfield
As far as football stadiums go, few are considered as iconic as Anfield. With a seating capacity of over 54,000, Anfield has been witness to some of the greatest games this sport has produced. To make sure they remain the best in the business, the stadium now allows Liverpool fans to live out the 1892 glory of the club, the year when it was established.
The 1892 lounge, after its recent facelift, offers an unmatched football experience to the die-hard fans of the club. Embedded with the most glorious memories of Liverpool FC, the lounge offers VIP treatment to the guests with on demand drinks and snacks, coupled with a sublime view of the pitch. If all that’s not enough, the 1892 lounge passes come with complimentary half-time and post-match refreshments, delivered by a dedicated hostess. Whether you’re looking to spend quality time with your Liverpool-loving friends or want to impress a client, the 1892 lounge doesn’t disappoint.
The Theatre Of Dreams Goes Beyond Realising Dreams
Home of the Red Devils, Old Trafford is a holy relic in the hearts of football fans across the globe. While simply witnessing the home team in their matchday glory is an exhilarating experience, the Theatre Of Dreams goes one step further to provide the fans with an unforgettable experience, with their exclusive Knight’s Lounge experience.
As the name suggests, the Knight’s Lounge pays homage to united legends that have been knighted- Sir Matt Busby, Sir Bobby Charlton and Sir Alex Ferguson. Old Trafford has set new hospitality benchmarks with the sheer luxury and convenience offered in the all-exclusive Knight’s lounge, ensuring the guests feel no less than absolute VIPs, while being surrounded by memorabilia of the club’s most iconic days.
The game has evolved, the players have become better than ever, the matches have become more exciting than ever before, and it only makes sense that the way we enjoy the game evolves as well. With several luxury hospitality options available at our favorite stadiums, fans are now spoilt for choice when it comes to matchday experiences that were but a dream until a couple of decades ago.
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