Middlesbrough FC v Cardiff City FC: Hospitality Package For One (£45) or Family of Four (£135) on 7 April 2012 With Meal and Player Appearance (50% Off)
- Championship team established over a century ago
- Currently fighting for a play-off position
- 34,000 capacity stadium
- One or four hospitality tickets to see Middlesbrough FC v Cardiff City FC on 7 April
- Championship League fixture
- Includes two course buffet and match day programme
- Appearance from a first team player and the club mascot
- Dedicated hospitality area
Limit 1 per person or family of four. May buy multiple as gifts. Exchange Groupon for ticket at Middlehaven Reception, Riverside Stadium. Family ticket valid for 2 adults and 2 children under 16. Arrival at 12:30pm at Middlehaven Reception. Kick-off 3pm. Hospitality area closes 6pm. Excludes drinks. Entry to stadium subject to ground regulations. Dress code: casual.
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Although not the best of nicknames, The Spreadsheets gained acclaim for their bold headers. See the table up close with today’s Groupon at Middlesbrough Football Club. Choose from the following options:• £45 for a hospitality package for one at Middlesbrough FC v Cardiff City FC on 7 April 2012 with meal and player greeting
• £135 for a hospitality package for a family of four at Middlesbrough FC v Cardiff City FC on 7 April 2012 with meal and player greeting
Currently fighting for a Championship play-off position, Middlesbrough will be eagerly looking to jump the final rungs to gain promotion place in this season’s hotly-contested league. Cardiff stand in eighth place, but have emerged with a fire in their belly in recent games after holding Liverpool to a tense shoot out in the Carling Cup final last month. The two teams last met in December in a goal-filled affair, where a second-half strike from Faris Haroun gave Boro the edge for a 3-2 win away from home.
About the Club
Boasting more than a century of net-smashing history, Middlesbrough FC is a veteran team in the domestic game, claiming a place as one of the founding members of the Premier League. In recent years the club has lifted the League Cup, also narrowly missing out on the continent as runners-up in the UEFA Cup. Not only craving silverware under the watchful eye of former player Tony Mowbray, the club also run local training schemes and have a youth academy dedicated to the emergence of talented pitch tricksters.
Guests welcomed at 12.30pm
Two course buffet served at 1pm Kick off: 3pm
Includes appearance from a first team player and Roary the Lion, club mascot
Match day programme
Nearest station: Middlesbrough Rail
Refreshments available throughout the stadium
Middlesbrough Football Club currently boasts over 6600 followers on Twitter.