Guests will be served Brazilian churrasco and caipirinhas in a private events space such as the Fez Club, the 100 Club or an executive box, whilst watching the match on both the indoor screens in the suite and the 10 by 6 HD screen, parked on the pitch.
“We want people to make the most of the spaces we have,” says Neil Ormondroyd, events director at Allianz Park “so we want to use this event to demonstrate our flexibility. The World Cup is a fantastic opportunity for England to come together and support the team in Brazil, and we know that people want to feel part of the action. This is just a taste of what we’re planning when England hosts the Rugby World Cup next year.”
The stadium is conveniently located just 10 minutes inside the M25, and only 400 metres from J2 of the M1 with plenty of free parking available. Mill Hill Broadway, just five minutes away, connects to central London in just 20 minutes.