An exceptional matchday experience can be enjoyed through the Club’s Hospitality which is held in first class facilities and has a high reputation that has been achieved over recent years through the quality, value and outstanding service provided. With first class fare provided by the chefs of Inception Catering, combined with a warm welcome from the Hospitality staff, we guarantee an unbeatable experience at a price that compares more than favourably with all other Scottish Football Clubs. The day commences with a welcome reception followed by a three course meal with wine and a complimentary bar throughout. A half-time buffet is included along with a complimentary programme and official team sheet. A good way to entertain your clients or celebrate a special occasion with friends or family.
If you are interested in booking hospitality or finding out more details please provide brief details below and send back to theClub.
MATCHDAY HOSPITALITY ITINERARY
Stirling Albion Football Club welcomes hospitality guests and prides itself on the service and experience on offer in our hospitality suites. The cost is £75.00 inc VAT per person and may vary depending on fixtures. There is no restriction on the number of bookings. The male dress code is jacket with a dress shirt and no denim jeans or trainers. Pay bar in the Castle Suite opens at 1200pm most matches – check in advance,
Matchday Hospitality Package :
1245: Arrival and welcome in one of our hospitality suites
1300: 3 course meal with coffee or tea and a selection of wine on the table followed by a complimentary bar until kick-off.
Complimentary The Albion magazine and official team sheet
Sale at half-time and 50/50 raffle tickets
1455: Shown to centre stand executive seating
1500: Kick Off!
1545: Half-time buffet with tea or coffee. TV match results and 50/50 draw
1645: Post match complimentary bar and TV match results until 1730. Meet the players and manager and man of the match presentation.
1730: Visit the supporters Binos pay bar in the castle suite
Some testimonials from our guests;
Just thought I’d drop you a wee missive in order to, (on behalf of my friends and family who were, along with myself, in attendance last Saturday at the match), take this opportunity to thank everyone connected with the club for making the day both enjoyable and memorable. The hospitality was exactly that, hospitable.
Not only were we catered for with both a conscientious sense of customer service and commitment but we all agreed that the general demeanour and attitude of the staff also made for a great day out.
Many thanks once again…. Ian McCartney
Just a quick thanks for a great day in hospitality on Saturday. Incredibly well looked after by jim and his team as usual. The food is always great too, but Saturday was the best we’ve had. All the guys in the group asked me to pass on their thanks.
I am writing to express my gratitude and thanks on behalf of the four of us who spent the day at your amazing club on Saturday – myself, my brother Chris, my friend Rob and my dad Ron (the Everton and Tranmere fans). Chris organised a hospitality package, incorporating the match against Annan Athletic, for my dad’s 77th birthday. From the moment we arrived to the moment we left we all agreed that the experience was absolutely superb.
Everything – the welcome, the three course meal, the free bar, the buffet, the match and the people we met – was brilliant. We were made especially welcome by Colin (Commercial Director) and his friends/family and the staff who kept our drinks flowing and served us the food. The fact that Stirling earned a hard fought 2-1 win just topped off the day!
My dad had a great day and was delighted at being able to choose and then present the Man of the Match award to Peter Macdonald. Please can you pass on our thanks to everyone involved at your club for making it such a great day. We had the pleasure of meeting lots of people connected with the club and each one was a credit to themselves and Stirling Albion. There is a great feeling at the club and it made such a refreshing change to see the connection that the board, manager and players have with the fans.
“Stirling Albion donated their Under-15 kit, Milton Amateurs also gave us shirts, Stein’s Thistle in Falkirk have donated and Michael McPake, who works for Active Stirling, has collected dozens of replica shirts.
“Stirling chairman Stuart Brown soon heard about it and gave us the club’s old home and away kit. The Binos supporters club donate £250 every year, which is enough to cover transport costs for the team and the education of two kids. You cannot imagine the pride it has instilled in the Gambinos players. They run six squads, with 50 players in each, and the first team have been promoted the last four years on the trot. They hope to make it to the Third Division of Gambian football next year, which would be an amazing achievement.