As the sun shone brightly through the stunning surrounds of level 39 at The Gherkin, Club Wembley brought to a close another highly successful Connections event.
In attendance for the exclusive Q&A were FA Chairman Greg Dyke, FA General Secretary Alex Horne and Club England Managing Director Adrian Bevington. The members were able to quiz the trio about preparations for the World Cup, The FA's relations both home and abroad, with the Premier League and UEFA/FIFA respectively whilst also drilling down in to the state of the game and where it's going in the coming years.
This event added to the numerous "money-can't-buy" moments that Club Wembley offers its members, including Business Breakfasts with the England manager, open passes to NFL media days and recently, exclusive access to the World Cup Trophy and a Q&A session with former World Cup winners Sir Geoff Hurst, Gordon Banks and Jimmy Greaves.
The excitement and quality of the experience will always be about what sport and music happens in the Wembley Bowl, but Club Wembley always ensures that there's so much more on offer, as Club Wembley Director Heath Harvey explained.
“Club Wembley is at the centre of the success of the business and providing these “money-can’t-buy” opportunities for members shows the uniqueness and prestige of holding a Club Wembley membership.
“We take great pride in the annual Wembley event calendar but the Club Wembley membership provides so much more than tickets in the bowl, it provides members with access to some of the most sought after moments in sport and entertainment and the event at The Gherkin was another example of that.”
With such a strong start to the year already, there's plenty more exciting opportunities coming up for Club Wembley members with Partner Relationships Manager Philippa Mackinnon giving a brief insight.
"At Club Wembley we understand that our members want the best access to the best events but not only that, access to the people that are at the centre of these events and we strive to achieve this.
"The Gherkin occasion was just one of many that we provide and we're looking forward to a summer of events that will include our Club Wembley Pro-Am at The Buckinghamshire Golf Club, a trip to Miami to watch England’s game against Honduras and so much more.”
With a busy April, May and June there is plenty of action in and out of the Wembley Bowl for Club Wembley and its members.
To register an interest in becoming a Club Wembley member please call: 0800 783 1440 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org