The Anaheim Ducks NHL ice hockey franchise and Honda Center, the team’s home arena, have detailed plans for Impact Club, a new members-only restaurant and lounge space which will open at the venue ahead of the 2021-22 season.

The space will be sponsored by Impact Networking, a business process automation and managed IT solutions services company. Impact Club will feature close proximity and access to Ducks players as they prepare to take to the ice.

The space is in line with continued plans to enhance the experience at Honda Center, which will serve as the anchor of ocV!BE, a planned $3bn (£2.3bn/€2.6bn), 115-acre mixed-use community and live entertainment district.

Impact Club will be located at the south end of Honda Center’s Event Level and provide never-before-seen access to fans. The space will be located close to the new Ducks locker room and span 5,200 square feet.

Impact Club will also feature a 360-degree, in-the-round bar, along with a secluded lounge area with oversized booths, a dining room, walls of LED screens to watch the game, and a members-only VIP entrance from the arena’s Plaza Level concourse.

Tim Ryan, chief executive of Honda Center and ocV!BE, said: “With construction of the new state-of-the-art Impact Club, spectacular artists’ lofts and expansive Ducks’ locker room, we are completely transforming Honda Center’s event level and enhancing the experience for all. We are proud to partner with Impact Networking to provide a highly exclusive club that will provide members with unparallelled access and an intimate setting at Honda Center.”

Membership will include access to Impact Club for all Ducks games at Honda Center, as well as amenities such as premier selections of food and drink, a range of upscale liquor and access to the arena’s Shock Top Terrace on the Premium Club Level.

TheStadiumBusiness.com recently spoke to ocV!BE to get the lowdown on the wide-ranging district, which is scheduled to open in 2024.

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