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UEFA Champions League Hospitality Review

Champions League hospitality is one of the most highly sought after corporate events on the sporting calendar. Clients can revel in the pre match excitement from the comfort and luxury of their Champions League hospitality suite then take up their seats in the stands and get a taste of the fantastic atmosphere that goes hand in hand with these thrilling Champions League hospitality nights. The demand for corporate hospitality at these games is always high, especially Champions League final hospitality, which is regarded as one of the finest sporting occasions in the world.

 

The top four clubs from the Premier League each earn a spot in the following season's Champions League, which pits all the best teams in Europe against each other with Champions League matches spread out from August to May, with teams playing games during days off from the Premier League.

The UEFA Champions League was inaugurated in 1955, at the suggestion of the French sports journalist and editor of L'Équipe Gabriel Hanot, as a continental competition for winners of the European national football leagues, as the European Champion Clubs' Cup, abbreviated to European Cup. The Europa League, previously known as the UEFA Cup, was also created as a secondary European competition.

The UEFA Champions League, which evolved from the European Champion Clubs' Cup, is a seasonal club football competition organised by UEFA in 1992 for the most successful football clubs in Europe. The European Cup is the prize for the winners and is the most prestigious club trophies in world football and has been held by 21 different clubs, 12 of which have won the title more than once. The all-time record-holder is Real Madrid, with nine wins.

In recent years, English teams have been involved in some of the most memorable and dramatic Champions League clashes not only in the latter stages of the competition, but in the final itself when teams put everything on the line as they bid for European glory.

Manchester United met Bayern Munich in the 1999 Champions League final at the Nou Camp. Having secured a league and cup double already that year, United were tipped to take the European crown as well but went behind to a Bayern goal in the first half. Having had to come from behind in many of their matches en route to the final United’s fighting spirit was never in question, as shown in injury time where Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunner Solskjaer scrambled home two late goals to secure the title.

In 2005 the Istanbul final saw Liverpool go up against Italian giants AC Milan for club football’s highest accolade. Underdogs Liverpool got off to a dismal start, conceding inside the first minute and went into the break 3-0 down looking dead and buried. Following an inspirational team talk from Rafa Benitez, captain Steven Gerrard scored with a header before Vladimír Smicer's long-range drive made it 3–2 just two minutes later. On the hour mark Spanish midfielder Xabi Alonso completed the comeback and the game reached its climax in a dramatic penalty shoot-out where Andriy Shevchenko missed his kick to hand Liverpool a historic Champions League Final win in the most dramatic of circumstances.

With Chelsea winning the competition in 2011 and with Arsenal frequently making appearances semi-finals and in the final, English teams are thriving in the Champions League having dominated the latter stages of the tournament for the last few years. With the best players in the world on display in the tournament, corporate hospitality for the Champions League is one of the most exciting and sought after events on the sporting calendar.

Regardless of what it is you require from your Champions League hospitality we can more than meet your expectations, so send an event enquiry now or call us on 0844 247 8998 and a member of our team will find the perfect package for you.

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