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Wales v New Zealand - Under Armour Series 2017
Saturday 25th November 2017 - Principality Stadium

Wales face the mighty New Zealand All Blacks at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on Saturday 25th November during the 2017 Under Armour Series. The odds are stacked against Wales having only won 3 out of their 33 test matches, but the Welsh side are sure to knuckle down and come out fighting, with everything to play for in this monumental match up.

Events International Ltd is appointed as The Official Off-site Hospitality Provider for the WRU, enjoy official corporate hospitality this autumn, for the best match tickets and package content available.

Angel Hotel

A perfect base to experience a luxurious day of hospitality

The Angel HotelWe are delighted to offer you VIP match day hospitality at one of Cardiff's favourite hotels, the historic Angel Hotel.

Just a stones' throw away from the stadium and an atmosphere to rival the Principality Stadium itself, it is the perfect base to experience a luxurious day of hospitality.

 

  • Officially allocated match ticket
  • Souvenir Programme
  • Champagne reception
  • HD TV Coverage and DVD replays
  • Complimentary bar
  • Floral table decor
  • Four-course lunch
  • Individual guest documentation
  • Post-match refreshments
  • VIP hostess service
  • Celebrity guest speaker

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

Price from £369 per person + VAT

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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 »

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