With so many fantastic venues and events to choose from, we thought we would give you our top 10 stadiums and venues to experience the best in corporate hospitality.
At the top of our list we have Twickenham stadium, home of England Rugby, which is also home of our very own hospitality facility The Green Room. Alongside our ambassadors, Lawrence Dallaglio and Mike Tindall, you will find a star-studded line-up in The Green Room, with previous guests including Sir Clive Woodward, Jamie Redknapp, Jack Whitehall and Jude Law. Rugby is not the only thing you will find at Twickenham, as well as playing host to the Six Nations and the Autumn Internationals, the stadium will now hold two NFL fixtures when it returns to the UK later on this year.
Every summer Wimbledon comes alive as it plays host to one of the biggest tennis tournaments in the world. A quintessentially British affair, the Wimbledon Championships sees the top players in the sport battle it out for that coveted trophy. Enjoy some strawberries and cream as you stroll round this venue in the sunshine and watch all the action from the various courts at Wimbledon.
3. Ascot Racecourse
Steeped in history, this venue has had many Royal visitors throughout the years. Ascot hosts various race meetings throughout the year, but none more famous than Royal Ascot, a prestigious race event where you can see The Queen along with other members of the Royal family parade along the racecourse in a horse-drawn carriage. The highlight of the course is without a doubt the Royal Grandstand, which underwent a £200 million re-development, standing proudly at the top of the course boasting the best views of the track and the parade ring.
4. The O2 Arena
This famous entrainment venue has played host to some of the biggest artists in the world. This year the likes of Take That, Ed Sheeran and Little Mix will bring their show stopping tours to this venue, in addition to the hilarious Micky Flanagan who will perform at The O2 for 10 nights. You may not realise The O2 is not just for concerts, tennis fans can witness the ATP Finals as they return this November.
Home to some of the best motorsport events throughout the year, Silverstone is the ideal location for thrill seeking sports fans. The Silverstone wing which was completed in 2011 is a state of the art facility, providing great views of the start/finish straight with amazing hospitality facilities. Home of the Formula 1 British Grand Prix, where you can see Lewis Hamilton try to defend his British GP win on home soil, or watch superbikes race around the track at the British MotoGP. If you are a fan of vintage cars and historic motor racing the Silverstone Classic may be for you.
6. Wembley Stadium
Seating over 90,000 fans this impressive stadium has now become an icon of the London skyline thanks to the steel arch that sweeps across the top of the stadium. The cleverly designed facility means fans get a great view without any obstructions, so you won’t miss a moment of the action. Home to the FA Cup Final and back by popular demand the NFL, as well as some outstanding performances from Adele and The Stone Roses, Wembley has something for everyone.
Known as the home of cricket, Lord’s sees thousands of fans flock to this hallowed ground every year. Its rich 200-year history always provides scintillating cricket in the heart of the nation’s capital. Witness the England team take on the West Indies and South Africa in the Investec Test Matches this year at one of the most iconic sporting venues in international cricket.
8. Royal Albert Hall
This stunning venue is one of the most iconic buildings in the world and throughout its rich heritage has had some influential singers take to its stage, from the likes of Adele to Sinatra and Pavarotti. Experience this breath-taking venue with concerts from Olly Murs and Paul Weller as part of the Teenage Cancer Trust, or see the stunning Cirque du Soleil as it returns to the Royal Albert Hall.
9. Monaco Street Circuit
Each year Monaco welcomes Formula 1 and transforms its streets into one of the most iconic tracks on the F1 Calendar. Relish in the glamour of the Monaco Grand Prix whilst sipping on champagne on a luxury yacht in the harbour as you watch the cars go hurtling past.
10. Cheltenham Racecourse
Having undergone a multi-million pound development in 2015 Cheltenham now boasts some of the best hospitality at racecourse venues across the UK. Home to the Infamous Cheltenham Festival, guests can enjoy four fantastic days of racing leading up to the final Gold Cup day.