In the lead up to the opening of the football club’s new home in 2018, the venue has unveiled its plans for the stadium’s premium spaces. Via the new VR experience at the club’s Lilywhite House HQ – including a panoramic presentation, Oculus Rift tour and an augmented reality iPad app – we got a preview of what the spaces will offer.
The Tunnel Club – the first of its kind – will allow guests to have a view of the players before they walk onto the pitch, while restaurant-style The H Club will offer a range of dining styles, from a 12-seater chef’s table to a private wine room. Its contemporary Super Loges (executive boxes) will act as relaxed private dining options, and more intimate Suites will come with a private chef – offering plenty of options for catering styles whether clients want street food or fine dining. Finally, you’ll find the Sky Lounge (pictured) on the ninth level which will feature panoramic views of the stadium.
While hosting Premier League and European matches, the stadium will also be a new London base for the NFL, which is set to play two games a year for a decade. A sliding pitch will allow the grass football pitch to be retracted to unveil an artificial version for the American game underneath. This means there will also be the facilities for large-scale concerts. ‘We’re not just a purpose-built football stadium so we’ll be creating different entertainment and dining options depending on the type of event,’ director of hospitality Andy O’Sullivan told us.
With 61,000 seats, a public space the size of Trafalgar Square and a projected investment of £750m, the new venue will be the biggest stadium of any football club in London when it opens next year.
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