Edgbaston is the England cricket team's most successful ground, with the side winning more fixtures there than anywhere else. It's famed for its electric atmosphere, with the crowd closer to the pitch than any other Test venue. Summer 2011 saw the stadium complete a £32m refurbishment project, bringing with it shiny new hospitality facilities and a range of all-encompassing packages. England faces the West Indies from 7-11 June in the 3rd Investec Test Match and then Australia on 4 July, in the 3rd Nat West Series. While the countries top clubs battle it out throughout the season.
Those who've vistited the Birmingham ground before will be well aware of the benefits of a hospitality package. While getting a drink and accessing the facilities can be a real chore with general admission tickets, hospitality takes away the tribulations of unnecessary missed play and queuing.
A hospitality package with Keith Prowse is based around fantastic seats in the Wyatt Stand: ideally placed for the action. Lunch is taken in the Moseley Suite, where a three-course meal is served alongside complimentary drinks all day and a bacon roll on arrival. A guest speaker from the cricketing world rounds off the day, while a betting representative is available throughout to take your predictions.