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Stamford Bridge London announce Euro 2016 screening packages

Millennium Suite
Stamford Bridge - home to Chelsea FC - has announced its official Euro 2016 screening packages, allowing guests to incorporate live international football with meetings, events and conferences.
From large scale theatre-style screenings to smaller private viewings, the Euro 2016 packages can be tailored to suit groups of 15 to 350. In addition to exclusive room hire, each package includes four hours of unlimited house beer, wine and soft drinks as well as an international-themed buffet menu.

Informal dishes will include butter chicken with toasted coconut rice and garlic buttered naan, Gazan falafel with crisp vegetable salad, spiced Israeli bread and coriander yoghurt, SW6 steak and cheeseburger sliders and four cheese pizza.  

The Euro 2016 packages are perfectly situated at one of the nation’s most iconic sporting venues, with a number of suites offering terrace access and views of the famous Stamford Bridge pitch. The Millennium Suites offer guests an exclusive space with stunning pitch views, private kitchen, bar, cloakroom and balcony, with a maximum capacity of 25. Larger exclusive spaces, such as the Drake and the Harris Suites each have a capacity of up to 350 and allow delegates to enjoy matches on a much bigger scale, featuring an impressive 8x6 metre screen with additional TVs located throughout the suites to ensure no one misses the action. All packages are £69+VAT per person.  

Simon Hunter, Head of Venue & Brand at Stamford Bridge, comments: ‘Nothing unites the nation like a sporting event and we are delighted to be offering Stamford Bridge’s Euro 2016 packages to both corporate guests and meeting delegates. With such a fantastic sporting venue, the stadium allows those who were not able to see the match first-hand to still feel a part of each game.’

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