A look inside Wembley Stadium’s brand-new hospitality offering

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Officially opened on September 8 for a home fixture against Spain, the new addition to Wembley’s line-up of premium matchday experiences the contemporary space for 1,000 fans (500 seated) offers a three bars, as well as an innovative self-serve beer station for fans to get their own beer without queueing at the bar.

The Lioness was designed and delivered by architecture and design specialist KSS in collaboration with Design Coalition to offer a more relaxed and less formal approach to matchday hospitality, as well as showcasing photographs, trophies, models, and football memorabilia of the greatest Wembley moments.

“Our attentive team and the interior design ensure a relaxed environment that’s available to all Club Wembley Members, making it the perfect space to enjoy a pre or post-match pint with friends or colleagues and make meaningful connections,” said Charlene Nyantekyi, general manager at Club Wembley.

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The Lioness at Wembley Stadium

“We’re committed to the ongoing development of Club Wembley and continue to invest in the experiences members can have, all while enjoying some of the biggest sporting and entertainment events at the stadium. Alongside the more premium Club Wembley offerings such as One Twenty and Bobby Moore, we’re confident that The Lioness will prove as popular as our Three Lions pub situated on the opposite side of the stadium,” she added.

Situated on the north-west side of the stadium on the private members concourse it joins the roster of hospitality options that includes the Three Lions pub, the One Twenty members’ lounge and the Centre Circle members’ lounge.

Access to The Lioness and Three Lions is included in Inner Circle membership, which also provides premium seating in the stadium.

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