Cricket Hospitality Packages in 2017
2017 Cricket Hospitality and VIP Packages
Trent Bridge, Headingly, Edgbaston, Cardiff, Ageas Bowl, Durham, Old Trafford and Bristol
We also have a range of official hospitality packages to all the other venues hosting International cricket during the Summer of 2017. These can vary from private boxes, shared restaurant packages or marquee packages.
A typical cricket hospitality package includes:
- Well known cricketing speakers
- Official top category match ticket or seat in a private box
- Tea, coffee and breakfast on arrival
- Three course lunch with wine followed by tea and coffee
- Complimentary bar throughout the day
- Match programme
- Afternoon tea
- Plasma televisions in the facility keeping you up to date with play
- Event management
The day typically starts at 9am with play starting at 11am. The hospitality finishes at approximately 7pm. Please see the venues below that are hosting international games coupled with the international matches they are hosting.
Trent Bridge – Nottingham
One of the world’s oldest grounds steeped in history with the first game played there in 1838 and the first test match in 1899, when England hosted Australia. It has recently had a new stand which has pushed it’s capacity to 17,500.
England v South Africa – 14th-18th July – Investec Test Match
England v West Indies – 21st September – One Day International
Edgbaston – Birmingham
Following the recent completion of a £30 million upgrade this has become one of the most modern international cricket venues in the world with new cricket hospitality suites and a capacity of 25,000.
England v West Indies – 17th-20th August – Investec Test match
Headingley – Leeds
This is one of the oldest cricket grounds in the world and has been home to Yorkshire since 1891. The new £21 million Carnegie pavilion has some modern boxes and hospitality facilities to suit all needs.
England v South Africa – 24th May – One Day International
England v West Indies – 25th-29th August – Investec Test match
Swalec Stadium – Cardiff
This stadium offers a wide range of hospitality facilities for both these games. We have a range of private boxes and shared hospitality suites available.
England v South Africa – 25th June – T20 International
The Ageas Bowl – Southampton
This is a new state of the art ground designed by leading and award winning architect Sir Michael Hopkins. This is one of the smaller venues and has a cracking atmosphere. It was recently voted the best cricket venue in a survey of cricket fans by the ECB.
England v South Africa – 27th May – One Day International
England v South Africa – 21st June – T20 International
England v West Indies – 29th September – One Day International
Chester- le-Street – Durham
One of the more recent grounds to have been awarded test status this probably hosted the best match in the recent Ashes series. A small and compact stadium creates a carnival atmosphere and we have some private boxes and other hospitality options available for you and your guests.
England v Sri Lanka – 27-31st May – Test match
Old Trafford – Lancashire
This is the second oldest stadium in the country and is renowned as a fast bowlers track. It has recently been redeveloped and the Point is an impressive 12 million pound facility giving great views of the cricket.
England v South Africa – 4th-8th August – Investec Test match
England v West Indies – 19th September – One Day International
Nevil Road – Bristol
One of the smallest international venues but now undergoing work to double its capacity. It hosts its first test match in 2021.
England v West Indies – 24th September – One Day International
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