DTB Blog - Football
Will Silva score for Manchester City? Can Lallana come back from injury to lead Liverpool to victory? Could Pogba fire Manchester United into the top 4? Watch the action from exclusive hospitality suites with DTB. Find out more now…
As the battle over the Scottish team’s future rages on, players and fans have weighed in on the potential move to Murrayfield. With many keen to stay on at Hampden Park, some feel that neither stadium can offer to intense atmosphere usually associated with top-flight matches. Want to see the biggest matches of the season in style? Find out how with DTB…
Football is the most popular sport on the planet, and we are lucky enough to have the best league in the world right on our doorstep. Every weekend there are several must see fixtures getting fans excited. A combination of fierce local derbies and more top tier clubs than any other league provides a plethora of options up and down the country.
To increase loyalty and brand awareness. Premier league hospitality offers excellent sporting action and a plethora of benefits that simply don’t come with a basic seat in the stands. When you take guests to Chelsea FC events they will know they’re valued so don’t settle for anything less than the optimum hospitality when you take them out of the work environment.
With Chelsea creating a strong lead in English Premier League Football, the fight is on for the other Champions League spots. And all eyes will be on the North London derby on Saturday 29th April when Tottenham Hotspur take on bitter local rivals Arsenal.
The 2016/2017 Premier League Football season has already been an exciting affair, but with Chelsea looking fantastic as they sit at the top of the table, could Liverpool be the team to catch them? The current champions, Leicester, are struggling and will be unable to repeat their unbelievable feat of the 2015/2016 season where they beat odds of 5000/1 to win the league.
The English Premier League has so far been full of excitement and thrills; the top echelons of the table have been occupied by the teams that were expected to be there, unlike last season when Leicester City dominated proceedings.