Kia Oval launches corporate event, expands hospitality

The Kia Oval has launched the Super Sixers corporate cricket challenge and will open two new corporate hospitality areas in time for the 2014 summer internationals.

The Kia Oval has launched a new corporate cricket challenge
The Kia Oval has launched a new corporate cricket challenge

The Kia Oval, which launched its new Corinthian Roof Terrace event space last summer, is home to Surrey County Cricket Club and venue for England T20, one-day internationals and test matches.

The inaugural Super Sixers corporate cricket challenge is scheduled for 4 July 2014. Corporate groups of up to seven can take part in the tournament, which involves a minimum of three matches and presents an opportunity to play on the famous pitch and to line up alongside an ex-professional cricketer who will join the team throughout the day.

Meanwhile, Kia Oval Events has confirmed that two new hospitality areas – the Tenison and Westminster Terraces – will open in time for the venue's one-day internationals and test matches in summer 2014. The new areas will offer corporate hospitality packages to 170 guests.

The Kia Oval also offers private corporate match days at the famous ground and lists Deutsche Bank, Compass and Wedlake Bell among clients to have used the facility.

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