Posts Categorized: Sports Hospitality

What Can We Expect At The Nitto ATP Finals 2019?

The Nitto ATP finals is the seasons- ending main event. The participants are all men and they are the highest-ranked singles players and doubles from the ATP tour. The event itself is the highest tier of annual men’s tennis tournament after the four Grand Slam. This spectacle event is held over a week. Where Is… Read more »

Plan Your Corporate Summer – Top Sporting Fixtures in 2019

With 2019 being a huge year for many sports, we take a look at some of the most anticipated sporting fixtures. 1. Horse Racing – Grand national 6th April – 13:00  Kicking off at the beginning of April we have one of horse racings biggest events of the year…The Grand National. This fast paced event… Read more »

Cheltenham Festival 2019 Results and Highlights

Cheltenham festival is one of the most anticipated events in the sporting calendar and this year was no exception as we look into the race highlights over the 28 races over the 4-day period. Cheltenham 2019 had an outstanding opening with a record-breaking 67,934 people attending the opening day. Not only that but despite the… Read more »

Cheltenham Festival 2019: A Quick Guide

Taking place between Tuesday 12th March and Friday 15th March, this year’s Cheltenham Festival is proudly sponsored by Magners cider to kickstart the first major horseracing fixture of the year. Starting life in Market Harborough in 1860 as ‘The National Hunt Chase’, The Cheltenham Festival has known a few homes and names before settling into Prestbury… Read more »

Everything You Need to Know about The Cricket World Cup 2019

If you didn’t think Henley, 6 Nations Rugby, Formula 1 and The Open is enough, then don’t worry, the Cricket World Cup is back and it’s going to complete a 2019 full of sporting events. Cricket fans, prepare yourself, next years World Cup is set to be full of wickets, runs and close matches. The… Read more »

Sporting Highlights for 2018: What can we expect for 2019?

  What a year it’s been for sport in 2018 however we can’t believe it’s nearly over. The England Cricket team came back from a dismal Ashes Series in Australia, putting in a convincing performance against Sri Lanka. The Henley Regatta saw 565 crews compete in the most prestigious rowing event of the year. Wimbledon… Read more »

What to expect at The Wimbledon Championships 2018

2nd – 7th, 9th – 15th July 2018 First held in 1877, Wimbledon is quite rightfully considered the home of Tennis. Oddly enough, ‘Center Court’ was mis-named between 1922 and 1997: it was central at the old site on Nursery Road, but when the club moved to it’s current site it wasn’t, not until the… Read more »

10 facts you didn’t know about Wimbledon

The Wimbledon Championships is the most prestigious tennis tournament in the world. It has grown somewhat since it was founded. Read on for some fun facts… 1. Food With 2200 staff, Wimbledon has the largest European sporting catering operation with over 320,000 glasses of Pimms and 166,000 servings (34 tonnes) of strawberries consumed. 2. Age… Read more »

What to expect at Epsom Derby 2018

This is THE Derby, the original, all other Derbys are named after this race meet and the meet itself is named after the then 12th Earl of Derby. This is sometimes known as the ‘Blue Riband of the Turf’ and is considered to be the most prestigious of the five Classic Races (the others being:… Read more »

Explore Our Team Building Event of the Month: May 2018

Explore Our Team Building Event of the Month: May 2018 Dragon Boat Racing is a fantastic activity for teams that like to get physical (if you can’t, don’t worry, it is quite the spectacle and worth a watch!). Due to the nature of this event, only read on if you don’t mind getting wet… You… Read more »