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Cricket Corporate Hospitality
If you are looking to organise an unforgettable corporate entertainment event, or simply provide a fantastic day of cricket for a group of sports enthusiasts, then book an exclusive cricket hospitality package with The National Sporting Club. We offer first class official cricket hospitality for One Day Internationals, Twenty20 internationals, and of course the Test Series throughout the season at all cricket venues. We will go above and beyond to ensure that you and your guests can sit back and enjoy the game whilst we take care of all the little details.
Select from our official cricket hospitality packages at world-class cricket venues around the country.
Lord's has long been seen as the 'Home of Cricket' and the game's spiritual 'headquarters'. It remains to this day, perhaps the most important single place in world cricket. England take on New Zealand for the First NatWest ODI and First Investec Test Match in May followed by the second Ashes Investec Test Match against Australia in July.Please contact us for details of cricket hospitality at Lord's in 2013.
The Kia Oval
The Oval is the home ground of Surrey County Cricket Club, and also traditionally hosts the final Test match of each English summer season in late August or early September. The Oval was the first ground in the United Kingdom and second in the world (after the Melbourne Cricket Ground) to host Test cricket. Please contact us for details of cricket hospitality at The Kia Oval in 2013.
Trent Bridge is a world famous cricketing landmark. Recognised as one of the finest cricket venues across the globe, it has acted as host for county and Test cricket since 1838 and is the world's third oldest Test ground. More than £9 million has been spent in recent years improving facilities, ensuring Trent Bridge will remain a world class host to many Test Matches and One Day Internationals.
Please contact us for details of cricket hospitality at Trent Bridge in 2013.
With the £30m redevelopment of Edgbaston now underway, the ground offers superb facilities in what will be a 25,000 capicity, floodlit stadium playing host to many One Day Internationals and Test Matches.
Please contact us for details of cricket hospitality at Edgbaston in 2013.
Headingley Carnegie Ground has been home to the Yorkshire County Cricket Club since 1891 with has a capacity of 17,000. At the start of 2006 plans were announced for a historic redevelopment of the newly named Headingley Carnegie Stadium encompassing both the rugby and cricket stadia that were set to usher in a new and exciting future for one of the most famous stadiums in world sport.
Please contact us for details of cricket hospitality at Headingley in 2013.
The SWALEC Stadium is home to the Glamorgan County Cricket Club and has hosted various first-class cricket matches at the venue since 1967, after moving away from Cardiff Arms Park. With a variety of One Day Internationals and Test Matches on offer at SWALEC Stadium, as well as recently renovated facilities, you can be sure of a fantastic day for you and your guests.
Please contact us for details of cricket hospitality at SWALEC in 2013.
The Ageas Bowl
The Ageas Bowl is an iconic state-of-the-art cricket ground designed by the international award-winning architect, Sir Michael Hopkins. The ground has is mow one of the leading venues in the country, with just under 10,000 seats in the bowl providing unobstructed viewing for every spectator and the only permanent 'world-class' floodlights in the country.
Please contact us for details of cricket hospitality at The Ageas Bowl in 2013.