The last Autumn Internationals Pre-World Cup 2019
In a private party or for corporate hospitality, rugby events including the Autumn Internationals played annually in November, present an excellent opportunity to see elite players. This year they are preparing for the Rugby World Cup being staged in Japan in late Summer 2019.
Wales’ base is at the Principality Stadium and after a convincing Six Nations this spring they’ll be aiming to fine tune their match-play against their global rivals Australia, Tonga, Scotland and South Africa.
Feel the autumn chill as you breathe in the atmosphere, create positive memories, live each try and hopefully, secure the result you desire.
With rugby hospitality packages you and your guests have a plethora of luxuries which standard ticket holders can’t benefit from. For special occasions, a sign of gratitude or simply because you’re at one of the iconic rugby venues in the UK, treating yourself and your party to more than the basic entry ticket turns a wonderful experience into an outstanding and never to be forgotten a day.
Corporate hospitality benefits
From access to exclusive areas and state of the art facilities to fine dining and meeting legends of the sport, rugby hospitality events represent an excellent return on investment, increase loyalty and brand awareness and in the business world, which is increasingly communicating via digital devices, face to face interaction and an informal day away from the work environment are always welcome.
There’s something for every client and budget. Leading rugby hospitality events specialists like DTB Sports and Events have a range of pre-tailored packages and can arrange bespoke experiences at competitive fees.
Welsh Autumn Internationals changes for 2018
There will be a 30% increase in disabled seating for the Autumn Internationals at the Principality Stadium.
Welsh rugby ticketholders will also find that there’s a trial of an alcohol ban in the North Stand section of the Principality Stadium. This follows reports of drunk people ruining games and a disabled fan being verbally abused, causing comment from the police and Crime Commissioner Alun Michael.
Sandie Hardwick from Bridgend was “showered with beer” by drunk fans at the game against New Zealand last autumn. “They’re right to try it and see how it goes. I saw the [alcohol] can come into football and I understand why they brought it in, but I was glad rugby wasn’t like that, but that seems the way it’s going.”
Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) chief executive Martyn Phillips told the BBC that offering fans more choice was “the way forward”.
“We know that, for the vast majority, having a drink is an important part of the match-day experience we have also identified a customer group who would welcome an alcohol-free zone… this will be trialed at each of the four matches this November.”
The WRU said further details about the ban and how fans could buy tickets for these seats would be provided soon.
Welsh rugby tickets are always in great demand so for more details about rugby hospitality events and packages, please contact a specialist today.