The Christmas fixtures in the Premier League are always hotly anticipated. At that particular time of year, teams will have to play three matches in a week and points are precious. The biggest game of the Christmas period for two of the UKs top teams is the Manchester United vs Chelsea game, which will take place at Old Trafford at 3pm on Monday 28th December.
A few weeks ago, we published a post discussing the fact that Premier League football team Chelsea is planning a major stadium upgrade at Stamford Bridge. At this point, it looks as if construction will begin sometime in spring 2016 and last four years. In the meantime, Chelsea is looking for a temporary venue to house the team until the new stadium is completed. We have also since learned that the club has decided to pursue football hospitality in full force.
One of the fiercest rivalries in Premier League football is Manchester United vs Liverpool. These two North West giants are the most successful teams in English football; each season, the fixtures between the two are watched by millions of fans across the world. The first game they go head to head during the 2015/2016 season will take place on Saturday 12th September at 5.30pm at Manchester United’s Old Trafford stadium.
Last month, UEFA finally announced plans for ticket allocation for June’s Champions League Final in Berlin. Approximately one-third of the tickets will be allocated to corporate hospitality, event sponsors, and football officials.
Manchester United hospitality packages are one of the most popular corporate entertainment options in the UK. It is not surprising as Man U has 659 million fans around the globe and Old Trafford offers a range of hospitality options to suit UK and foreign fans alike.
Whether you’re looking for Premier League football hospitality packages or a European or international fixture, our team of dedicated staff will find the right package for you. For you football fans out there we thought we’d share just some of latest news effecting UK football to whet your appetite for the season.