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Football events

GL events understands the pressures faced by football clubs at all levels of the League, as they try and ensure that their stadia and facilities are fit for purpose. Not just for the fans, but also for corporate usage in terms of dining and hospitality; community use in terms of training facilities, education and retail; and finally to comply with the requirements of the Football League.

Temporary football stands

Our temporary football stands for football clubs include not only temporary hospitality facilities, pop up shops and retail facilities, ticketing structures and offices but also seating. Whether you require an overflow portable football stand, to meet additional short-term demand, a new permanent stand or even a full stadium re-development – GL events has a solution.

When Liverpool FC needed to refurbish their corporate hospitality suites recently, they turned to GL events to create temporary dining, bar and entertaining facilities that were in keeping with the club’s iconic brand and gave the ‘wow factor’ expected by the club’s regular users – from locals and families to corporate and celebrity guests. Each area was themed to provide unique and eye-catching décor and interior design, enabling the Club to relax in the knowledge that their temporary infrastructure was in place.

Portable football stands

Our portable football stands for clubs are by no means limited to the Premier League. We regularly offer seating upgrades for clubs who, following promotion, need to increase their stadium’s seating capacity to comply with the regulations of the Football League. Whether you require a football stand for a couple of hundred, or an entire stadium for thousands of spectators including ancillary toilet facilities, and concession stands, retail outlets, meeting rooms and first-aid offices, we can construct a brand new permanent seating structure to increase capacity, and enhance the aesthetics of your ground. Recent customers to employ our temporary football stands have included Borehamwood FC, Watford FC, Barnet FC, and Blackpool FC.