Chelsea Football Club refurbishes meeting and event space

Chelsea Football Club has refurbished Centenary Hall for meetings and events, allowing up to 600 delegates.

Chelsea Football Club refurbishes meetings and events space
Chelsea Football Club refurbishes meetings and events space
Previously the space that held the Chelsea FC museum, Centenary Hall has been refurbished to accommodate 350 for dinner or 600 for a reception and can be partitioned to create separate reception and dining areas.

Available on non match days, the space will be the largest at the venue to offer direct views over the pitch, including use of the football terraces for drinks receptions.

Offering delegates two bars, an adjoining enclosed seating area in the stadium and direct access to the onsite hotels - Centenary Hall is designed for delegates requiring accommodation or events combining the space with music venue, Under The Bridge.

Chelsea FC Head of Venue Simon Hunter said: "Our aim is to continue to offer one of the most diverse meetings and events portfolios in London. With Centenary Hall now available for events we are able to meet demand for larger spaces overlooking the pitch - in fact, this is the closest you can get to the pitch for events on this scale".

The Stamford Bridge events portfolio includes 21 flexible event spaces including the 1400sqm Great Hall, 60 syndicate rooms, 281 bedrooms in two hotels, four restaurants and bars including two by Marco Pierre White, an exclusive health club and spa, and music venue Under The Bridge.

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