Club Wembley has officially opened its new “club within a club” Number Nine space at England’s national stadium.

Club Wembley first revealed details of the new members-only offering back in May, and the space opened earlier this month.

Named after England strikers past and present, Number Nine will offer members a place to enjoy food and drink pre- and post-match at Wembley. The space is located in the Atrium Lounge on the north side of Wembley and is positioned centrally with seats adjacent to the Royal Box.

Number Nine will provide guests with food options from the likes of Brick Lane, Billingsgate and Smithfield markets, as well as street vendors from around the world offering Spanish Serrano ham, rich, spiced tagine from North Africa and homemade Greek food.

The space has been designed by KSS Design Group, which also delivered the One Twenty, Centre Circle and The Lioness spaces at Club Wembley.

Charlene Nyantekyi, general manager for Club Wembley, said: “We teased in the opening of Number Nine at the end of last season and have already received a fantastic response. Many of our guests are looking for a more relaxed and modern hospitality experience, and Number Nine certainly delivers this.

“Our head of culinary Harry Lomas and his team have taken inspiration from some of the capital’s best loved food destinations and with best-in-the-house seats, it really is a brilliant match-day experience for fans.”

Membership costs £6,000 (€6,800/$7,400) including VAT for year one, with a three-season minimum membership term attached.

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