Organisers of the Berlin 2018 European Athletics Championships have recently launched the pre-sale of hospitality packages for next year's event which takes place from 7-12 August as part of the inaugural multi-sport European Championships.
With the hospitality offers for Berlin 2018, not only do you get the best seat in the house, you can also treat yourself to the finest hospitality in the Berlin Olympic Stadium.
The purchase of a business seat package includes a comfortable seat in the lower tier of the stadium, high-quality catering in the business lounge as well as a parking space in close vicinity to the stadium - with the purchase of two or more business seat tickets.
The price for this offer amounts to 295 euros, including sales tax, per person and evening session. The week pass for six evening sessions is available for 1595 euros.
The box package includes a box with comfortable seating for a maximum of 10 people, 10 seats right at the front of the box, high-quality catering in the box as well as five parking tickets in immediate proximity to the stadium for guests. The complete price per box and evening sessions is 4500 euros, including sales tax.
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More information on the 2018 European Championships:
- The Berlin 2018 European Athletics Championships will be part of the first multi-sport European Championships along with co-hosts Glasgow.
- It will be a must-watch, must-attend experience that elevates the status of European Champions, uniting existing European Championships to celebrate the highest honour in European sport and celebrating the defining moments that create Champions.
- It is the continent’s ultimate multi-sport event, an 11-day celebration of European sport staged every four years.
- Seven of Europe’s leading sports (athletics, aquatics, rowing, golf, cycling, gymnastics, triathlon) will be brought together for the first edition.
- The European Athletics Championships in Berlin will be staged 7-12 August. The six other sports will be staged in Glasgow through 2-12 August.
- 4,500 athletes and 52 nations will compete across the seven sports.
- Potential TV audience of over 1 billion with millions more across multiple digital platforms.
- Over half a million spectators expected.