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Levy UK extends catering deal with Chelsea

English Premier League football club Chelsea has signed an extension to its agreement with catering partner Levy UK.

The new deal will run until 2023 and will see Levy continue to provide match-day catering services at Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge stadium. The deal also covers non-match-day events, as well as on-site music venue Under the Bridge, the Chelsea Health Club & Spa and Frankie’s Sports Bar & Grill.

Levy UK currently caters for over 1,000 corporate and private events held at Stamford Bridge each year. The company will continue to deliver expert catering and bespoke menus at Chelsea’s training ground as part of the deal.

Chris Townsend, commercial director at Chelsea, said: “The extension of our partnership with Levy UK reinforces our long-term commitment to shaping first-class experiences for fans and visitors to Stamford Bridge.

“The stadium is a hive of activity every day of the year, not just on matchday, and we are proud to continue innovating with Levy UK which, like Chelsea, strives to be the best and make Stamford Bridge a cultural dining destination.”

Jonathan Davies, Levy UK managing director, added: “We have always been encouraged by the club to push for inclusive and forward-thinking catering and hospitality options that will appeal to the diverse fan base and international visitors who come to Stamford Bridge to enjoy a world-class experience.”

Levy UK has worked with Chelsea since 2005 and became an official partner of the club in 2014. In recent seasons, Chelsea has launched the CFC Express app, allowing fans to pre-order from a wider range of food options and disabled supporters to receive refreshments at their seats.

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