Wembley Stadium Hospitality – VIP Tickets for 2018
Sitting on the grounds of the old and opened in 2007, Wembley Stadium is the number one destination for football in England, with its influence spreading far further through British sport and culture more widely.
Once the temporary home of Tottenham Hotspur, it has also hosted rugby for the Saracens and Harlequins, American football, and boxing – perhaps most notably the April 2017 fight between Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko.
Joshua, the British Heavyweight Champion, made his long-awaited return to the national stadium on Saturday 22nd September 2018, when he faced Russian challenger, Alexander Povetkin. The meeting ended in victory for Joshua once again.
Boxing at Wembley Stadium is not a new phenomenon; the first of significance was Ali’s famous clash with Henry Cooper, a fight that saw both men pick themselves up off the canvas, with Ali eventually winning in the 5th round. The most famous fight at the only Wembley however, was surely Frank Bruno finally winning a world title there in 1995. The people’s champ defeated Oliver McCall to take the belt in a memorable night at the old stadium.
The “New Wembley” may have a brief history, given the fact that it has only been open for a just over a decade. But the Wembley stadium we see today is only the most recent chapter in the story of “Wembley”.
Aside from boxing, the original stadium hosted virtually every significant football match you can think of; The world cup final, European championships final, multiple European and UEFA Cup finals, and of course, as the home of English football, it has played host to many and England match. Wembley Stadium plays a key part in English football.
First opened in 2007, the first English goal there was scored by David Bentley, as the English and Italian under 21 sides drew 3-3. Later that year Chelsea defeated man United in the first FA Cup final at the stadium. In the years since, Wembley stadium has hosted two Champions League finals (2011 and 2013), multiple NFL games, hundreds of concerts, and aforementioned boxing matches. It will also host the 2020 European Championships semi-finals and final.
Such a remarkable venue demands remarkable hospitality services, and Wembley well and truly steps up to the mark. Combining prime location seats and splendid views along with exquisite dining and VIP service, all within the luxury setting of areas including Club Wembley and the Bobby Moore Club, this is not a venue to overlook.
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