West Ham United supporters will be able to rub shoulders with Martin Peters - one of England's 1966 FIFA World Cup heroes - in the 66 Club this Saturday.
The 66 Club is a new hospitality lounge at the Boleyn Ground themed around the club's three World Cup-winning greats, captain Bobby Moore, hat-trick hero Sir Geoff Hurst and fellow goalscorer Peters. Saturday's host for the visit of Bolton Wanderers spent nine seasons with the Hammers, winning the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1965 before lifting the Jules Rimet Trophy a year later.
Situated in the West Stand, the 66 Club has been completely renovated and will be a fitting setting for a memorable matchday. Fans purchasing an all-inclusive place in The 66 Club will not only enjoy a full fine-dining menu, but will also have a choice of fine wines, beers and spirits integrated within their package. Members will also watch all the action from unrivalled seats in the Directors Box.
Meanwhile, the 66 Club Bar will also open for business for the first time this season with Saturday's match against Bolton.
Also themed around England's 1966 victory over West Germany, this unique lounge area gives supporters the opportunity to enjoy luxurious surroundings before and after the match, with hosts Peters or Cohen on hand. The 66 Club Bar members will also watch the action from superb seats in the Directors Box.
A limited number of match-by-match spaces will also be available so, for the chance to purchase a table in this luxurious environment and enjoy all the match action from the comfort of the Directors Box, call our Corporate Sales team on 0871 221 2700 (calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras).
Alternatively email [email protected] for further details.