Events International is the No.1 supplier of corporate hospitality, with the lowest prices and top hospitality reviews.

Follow us

Call us +44 (0) 1432 263 263


Wales v Japan Hospitality 2016 - Under Armour Series
Saturday 19th November 2016 (14:30 Kick-Off)

WRU Pass It Back LogoOn the penultimate weekend of the Under Armour Series Japan set foot in Principality Stadium. This will only be the 10th time these two teams have met and traditionally Wales has marked their dominance having only lost once during this time.

However after a huge upset during Rugby World Cup 2015 where a robust Japanese side soundly beat the Springboks 34-32 all eyes will be on this match during the 2016 autumn internationals.

Get the best in-house experience for this match up with Official Corporate Hospitality, experienced waiting staff are ready to see to your every need.

Players Lounge
Private Box

The Player's Lounge provides guests with an interactive analysis and entertainment package hosted by a television personality alongside rugby legends providing expert match discussion before and after the match.

  • Access to Stadium Lounge
  • Complimentary bar*
  • Reserved, middle tier, halfway line seating
  • Guest speaker
  • Champagne reception
  • Post-match savories
  • Formal sit down 3 course menu pre-match
  • Official match day programme
  • Selection of fine wines
  • Commemorative event gift & accreditation

*Including Heineken, Brains Beer & soft drinks, served from 3 hours before kick-off until 1 hour after the final whistle

Bookings of two upwards can be made with private tables available for 10 guests.

Price from £225 per person + VAT


Not sure what you want? Have a look at everything we offer.


view the diary »


You were kind enough to arrange four tickets for the final evening of athletics at Hampden Park on Saturday 2nd August 2014. Can I just say what a wonderful evening it was? The greeting, meals, ambience and, of course, the seats were all first rate. Thank you very much indeed for providing a most me... read more »

Professor Roger Willey


View more »