FA Cup Hospitality Packages 2022/23
Hospitality Packages for the 2022/23 FA Cup Campaign
Liverpool proved victorious in an epic 6-5 penalty shootout over London rivals Chelsea at Wembley Stadium. It was reminiscent of the Carabao Cup final earlier in the year, which saw Liverpool lift the silverware after Kepa Arrizabalaga missed the decisive penalty in a marathon 11-10 shootout.
With the 2021/22 campaign now behind us, it’s time to look ahead to the upcoming season, and we expect some intriguing match-ups involving Premier League sides and clubs in the lower reaches of the EFL.
As ever, fans can expect sell-out crowds throughout the season as the FA Cup creates the opportunity for the smaller clubs to take a scalp against teams they would never usually come across. This year’s FA Cup threw up plenty of surprises as Middlesbrough saw off several EPL giants to reach the quarter-finals.
The 2022/23 FA Cup marks the 151st edition of the tournament, with the final set to take place in June due to the Winter World Cup fixture squeeze.
Keep an eye out for our FA Cup Hospitality Packages for the 2022/23 season and secure your place at the oldest and longest-running football competition. From premium seats to complimentary bars and fine dining experiences, there’s no better way to enjoy matchday than with FA Cup hospitality tickets.
FA Cup Hospitality Tickets – 2022/23 Season
The Football Association Challenge Cup, more commonly known as the FA Cup, is the oldest national football competition globally, having first played during the 1871/72 season.
In the 1872 FA Cup final, the Wanderers became the first football club to lift the title, thanks to a single goal against the Royal Engineers. The final took place at the Kennington Oval in front of no more than 2,000 spectators.
The final is now held at the iconic Wembley Stadium before a crowd of 90,000 fans! Wembley Stadium began rehosting the FA Cup final after its redevelopment during the 2007/08 season. However, the first FA Cup Final at Wembley dates back to 1927.
While Premier League giants have won the last five competitions, the FA Cup final gives non-league football minnows a shot at a dream trip to Wembley.
The last team outside of the top division to win the FA Cup was Wigan Athletic during the 2012/13 season in a shock upset against Man City. Roberto Martinez’s side claimed the title for the first time in the club’s history, with Ben Watson’s last-minute header securing Wigan a 1-0 win against Manchester City at Wembley. Will we see an FA Cup upset at Wembley during the 2022/23 season?
Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool lifted the Emirates FA Cup last season after defeating Chelsea 6-5 in a tense penalty shootout at Wembley Stadium.
We provide premium football hospitality for all fixtures held at the “Home of Football” with our Club Wembley packages.