Arsenal launches Emirates Stadium teambuilding facility to events industry

Arsenal Meetings and Events has launched its new indoor multi-purpose sport and activity facility to the event industry.

Arsenal Meetings and Events launches new teambuilding space
Arsenal Meetings and Events launches new teambuilding space

Situated in the football club’s home the Emirates Stadium, The Hub, has been created with teambuilding activities in mind. Hosting up to 300 delegates in the 50 metre by 18 metre 4G pitch area, the venue can organise a range of activities including dodgeball, archery, netball, duck herding and football.

The Hub has adjoining facilities, including changing rooms, catering areas and two meeting rooms, each of which hold up to 40 people theatre style.

The venue has already attracted several corporate brands, including Largardere, Ernst & Young and Thomson Reuters.

Carlo Zoccali, Arsenal Meetings and Events manager, said the stadium had a huge amount to offer companies. "To be able to offer a fantastic indoor space for any type of teambuilding activity just completes the package."

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