As the whole world gears up to watch the 2018 World Cup unfold, a staggering number of football fans from across the globe will be travelling to watch the thrilling matches in person.
From the 14th June, 11 locations in Russia – including Moscow, St Petersburg, Ekaterinburg and Sochi – will play host to the action, which will culminate on the 16th July at Luzhniki Stadium in the nation’s capital.
However, those seeking to elevate this experience even further can opt for one of a wide range of luxury hospitality packages.
For a truly memorable World Cup experience, a suite – catered with a selection of international dishes and premium drink brands – is a must. All come with dedicated service, preferential parking and are staffed by hostesses. Guests can opt for private or sociable, shared spaces.
Most of the tournament’s stadiums boast well-appointed lounges at the halfway line for the very best seats available. Gourmet food prepared on demand and served alongside Champagne, fine wines and cocktails. For a more casual day, matchgoers can secure the best Category 1 tickets available – and enjoy a buffet and bar service before and after the game.
One can also choose to enjoy hospitality both in the stadium (with a Category 1 ticket) and also at a select venue at the pulsing heart of Moscow, where live screenings also take place for guests who want to keep up with every game possible. Spaces are also available here for private hire.