New Year Special - Hospitality Packages Available for England U20 Matches
8 December 2009 15:26pm
Hospitality packages are now available for England's home RBS U20 Six Nations matches against Wales and Ireland in February 2010.
England will kick off their RBS U20 Six Nations matches on Friday, 5th February (7.45pm) against Wales and will return to Kingsholm on Friday, 26th February (7.45pm) to play Ireland.
Gloucester Rugby hope to welcome rugby supporters across the region to Kingsholm to watch some of England, Wales and Ireland's up and coming stars which will also include a number of young Gloucester stars.
There will be no better place to enjoy these fixtures but from the luxury of one of Kingsholm's private executive suites situation in either the C&G or West Stands.
- Glass fronted executive suites are available for 12, 16 or 20 people all of which overlook the pitch with seated balcony.
- VIP Car parking.
- A fabulous hot fork buffet meal served in your suite.
- Souvenir match day programmes.
- Fully licensed mini bar (invoiced separately after the game).
Prices for these unique matches start from the special rate of £650 plus VAT.
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