Swans Hospitality ranked among the elite
Swansea City were among the cream of the crop for delivering top quality hospitality packages in the Premier League last season.
The Swans were ranked third – up two places from the previous campaign – in Visit Football’s annual report which ranks top-flight clubs' hospitality packages during the 2017-18 season.
It meant the Swans fared better than the likes of Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur in the results.
Supporters were treated to fantastic match day experiences, with club ambassador Lee Trundle and match day host Kevin Johns MBE entertaining audiences.
There were guest speakers for every game too, while the packages also included top-quality refreshments and service along with watching the action on the pitch.
And without resting on its laurels, the club will be going one step further for the new campaign with a new Legends Lounge, which allows fans to speak to some of the Swans’ greatest former players.
Catherine Thomas, head of hospitality, said: “We at Swansea City are thrilled to receive this prestigious accolade.
“What we have created within our hospitality packages is very special and provides for unique experiences to our guests.
“We take care in every little detail to ensure our guests thoroughly enjoy their match day experiences with us and it is quite an honour to be recognised in this way.
“We will continue to provide excellent service to our guests as this is what they so richly deserve.”
You can guarantee you witness all of the action from the new 2018-19 season in Liberty luxury via our season hospitality packages, which are:
LT10: Match days with personality
An experience as entertaining as ‘magic daps’ himself, your match day will include relaxed buffet dining, as well as personal visits from former striker and club ambassador Lee Trundle. It makes for the perfect place to enjoy your ritual pre-match drink, before heading out to premium seating to watch the action unfold.
Legends Lounge: The legendary experience
Brand new to season 18-19, and in honour of those many Swans greats, the club has launched new ‘Legends Lounge’ where fans can enjoy the company of some fantastic players from our past and the greats of today. Hosted in a newly refurbished lounge, this exclusive club for season 2018-19 will provide guests with the ultimate comfort and sophistication to enjoy their matchday experience. The Legends Lounge will be hosted by Alan Curtis, someone who epitomises everything great about Swansea City, and a selection of former players who will be only too happy to regale tales of past glories.
1912 Heritage Lounge: History is our heartbeat: Match days are where it is made
Named after Swansea City’s founding year, the 1912 Heritage embodies the spirit of Swansea whilst delivering an unrivalled hospitality experience, with premium seating, locally-sourced gourmet cuisine and an abundance of in-lounge activity. Hosted by one of Wale’s most popular performers Kevin Johns MBE and club ambassador Lee Trundle, each matchday promises to offer the peak of entertainment, including the exclusive opportunity for you to meet Swans stars from the past and present. The 1912 Heritage includes:
Whether your purpose is business or pleasure, our glass-fronted executive suites provide the ultimate blend of comfort and luxury with unparalleled views from balcony seats. Also featuring flexible dining options from informal buffets to three-course fine dining, and an impressive interior with interchangeable design possibilities, you'll have the freedom to tailor your day to any occasion.
CU29: Top executive suite
Exclusive to season 2018/19, why not become a top executive and enjoy the ultimate experience for the season in our high-quality glass-fronted suite, complete with all-inclusive drinks until kick off, 55” LED TV’s, games console, heated balcony seats with impressive views overlooking the award-winning pitch. All you have to do is simply turn up and enjoy.
Contact the dedicated hospitality team on 01792 616628 or email@example.com - this includes information on ‘match by match’ hospitality.