Chelsea Football Club launches new hospitality products

Chelsea Football Club has added two new products to its matchday hospitality offering for the 2011-12 season. The club says the move is in response to increased bookings.
For the first time, the west London club will offer private executive suites on a match-by-match basis and has also created Matchdays@Marco, combining dinner in the onsite Marco Pierre White restaurant with premium tickets in the West Stand upper tier.
Previously only available on a seasonal basis, the suites can now be purchased for individual fixtures. This follows an increased demand for private hospitality suites for individual games.
Seating eight to 24 guests, Chelsea FC’s suites include a champagne reception, pre-match fine dining with a choice of menu from a buffet to four courses, and armchair-style seating – all with a dedicated hostess and waiting staff.
Each suite will also receive a signed shirt from the first team along with complimentary pre-match entry to the Chelsea Museum and on-site matchday car parking.
The second of the new products, Matchdays@Marco, will combine a seasonal three course menu of signature Marco dishes with match tickets in the West Stand upper tier, along with half a bottle of wine per person with dinner and a complimentary matchday programme. This is the first time since the restaurant opened in 2007 that dinner and match day tickets can be purchased together as a hospitality package.
“Coming on the back of a record year for hospitality enquiries and bookings at the club, these new products further underlines our dedication to first-class hospitality,” says Head of Venue at Chelsea FC, Simon Hunter. “We are confident both will be popular additions for corporate guests and individuals”.
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