Winners of competition recommend VIP matchdayFour lucky Shrewsbury Town season ticket holders and their guests enjoyed Town’s excellent victories over Tranmere Rovers and Accrington Stanley in style after winning our recent match hospitality competition.
One of our winners, Kieron Seaborne, attended the 4-0 win against Stanley on Tuesday night.
“From start to finish, it was a fantastic experience”, Kieron said.
“All the staff were incredibly warm and approachable throughout. The pre-match meal was superb, and to see four Town goals just completed the night!
"It makes me even prouder to be a Shrewsbury Town fan to know we have such great staff right the way through the Club.
"I’d wanted to try a hospitality day for a long time, so I was delighted to win one of the places.
"I'm definitely looking to do it again in the future, and would recommend it to everyone.”
Our VIP hospitality days are available at all our home games throughout the season.
Ideal for businesses wishing to impress important clients, just the ticket for that special family event, or perfect for the football supporter wishing to enjoy a day out in style, we can cater for any type of occasion.
After enjoying your pre-match meal in The Arthur Rowley lounge, you will make your way to your reserved padded seat in the executive area of the Roland Wycherley Stand – a superb vantage point from which to watch the game.
At the final whistle, vote for your Man of the Match and witness the presentation to the winner, topping off a day of exceptional hospitality, service and entertainment.
Reserved on-site car parking
Complimentary arrival drink / Match Day Programme / team sheets
Exclusive reserved padded seats
Half Time refreshments
Cash bar facility throughout
Vote for man of the match and witness the winning presentation
If you would like to book, or require more information, please call Andrew Tretton on 01743 289177 ex 218 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
*One of our competition winners, Kieron Seaborne, is pictured with Sovereign Club man of the match Andy Mangan a few minutes after the Accrington Stanley game*