England International Football
Watch England in action, having secured qualification to the 2018 FIFA World Cup, Russia.
Football events are like no other, it is easy to see why tickets are in such high demand. A league full of rivalry, the English Premier league is one of the most exciting domestic leagues in the world. It is a perfect setting to entertain clients and enjoy the competitive atmosphere. Whether watching Chelsea battle it out against City, or Ibrahimovic score for Manchester United, it is best enjoyed with the finest corporate hospitality packages available.
The FA Cup dates back to 1871 and is the most famous club competition in the world allowing the minnows from non-league football a shot at the bigtime and a dream trip to Wembley.
UEFA Europa League
The knockout stages of the Europa League are where it becomes exciting, and Arsenal and Celtic will be carrying the hopes of the British as they compete for the coveted trophy.
UEFA Champions League
In recent seasons Spanish teams have been dominant with Real Madrid winning two of the last three competitions and Barcelona triumphing in the intervening year. For the first time in history, 5 English teams have qualified for the round of 16. With the contrasting fates of Chelsea, Spurs, Man City, Liverpool and Man United set in the draw, the stakes are high going into the knockout phase of the most prestigious tournament in European football.
2018 FIFA World Cup
The 2018 FIFA World Cup will be the 21st FIFA World Cup, This will be the first World Cup ever held in Eastern Europe and the first held in Europe since 2006. The 2018 World Cup is going to be one of the most sought-after events of the year and we can get you or your clients there in style.
UEFA Euro 2020
UEFA EURO 2020 will be held across 13 different European cities in the summer of 2020 as UEFA marks the 60th anniversary of the continent's top national-team competition. "Instead of having a party in one country, we will have a party all over Europe in the summer of 2020," explained then UEFA General Secretary Gianni Infantino as he introduced the UEFA EURO 2020 concept in 2012.