Club Wembley has today released new images of the One Twenty Club, ahead of its opening next season. Providing hospitality for just 120 select members and their guests, One Twenty is set to become the most prestigious club in Wembley’s history, setting a new standard in hospitality, with unparalleled service, seats and experience at England’s national stadium, Wembley Stadium connected by EE.
Having launched earlier this year, there are now just a handful of One Twenty memberships still available, which are expected to completely sell out next month.
Drawing on the English sense of pride and humor, One Twenty’s exclusive lounge, bar and dining area has been designed to deliver home comforts and a sense of sporting history within a sumptuous environment.
Members can enjoy spectacular four-course meals from leading chef Mark Reynolds served in the private restaurant overlooking the pitch, while Champagne House Laurent-Perrier will serve its full range of champagnes in the bar. Designer details and stylish touches have created a distinctive venue comparable, organizers claim, to the best members’ clubs in London.
“One Twenty is a fantastic new concept for Wembley,” says head of Club Wembley, Nick Read. “We wanted to redefine the matchday experience and create one of the leading hospitality spaces in London. The significant sales of One Twenty demonstrate the appeal of this most exclusive of private members’ clubs.”
One Twenty members are guaranteed the premium seats at a number of fixtures throughout the sporting calendar, including The Emirates FA Cup semi-finals and finals and all England senior men’s home Internationals. Priority access is also available to extra Wembley events to see the biggest names in sport, music and entertainment, including some events no longer on public sale.
As part of Club Wembley’s Connections program, One Twenty members can also enjoy experiences such as dinners with FA Cup Legends and the opportunity to play soccer on Wembley’s hallowed turf. Networking opportunities continue outside of the sport through membership to Club Wembley’s partner private members’ club, the exclusive Home House in Marylebone.
May 31, 2017