Hull Tigers football club is rebranding its meeting and conference facilities at the KC Stadium under the banner ‘Tiger Events’ to further promote its ten meeting rooms and 28 executive boxes to the corporate and meetings market.

Facilities at the KC Stadium include 750 sq-mt of meeting and event space on the ground floor with the largest room - the Kingston Suite – seating up to 450 delegates theatre style. A further four room will accommodate over 100 delegates, again theatre style. The executive boxes will seat 10 delegates boardroom. Catering is in-house and ranges from working buffets and daytime refreshments to four course banquets and private dining.

All the meeting space has natural daylight, air-conditioning and complimentary wi-fi. The KC Stadium is centrally located in Hull within walking distance of Hull station. The stadium also has over 1000 on-site parking spaces.

Details: with the dedicated site ‘coming soon’

Yorkshire County Cricket Club has published plans to revamp and extend Headingley Cricket Ground in Leeds increasing capacity from 17,000 to 20,000 spectators.

The Headingley masterplan will be a phased redevelopment of the ground over the next 20 years. It will include the installation of floodlights and the rebuilding of the North/South Stand and the adjoining the rugby ground, which will become the centrepiece of the project. A new pavilion over five levels will feature new corporate facilities.


Queens Park Rangers Football Club is spearheading a major development plan on a brownfield site around Old Oak Common, near the site of Wormwood Scrubs prison in west London. Plans include a new 40,000-seat stadium, together with residential properties and community facilities. The club is aiming to create a “new destination” in London.

QPR is currently at the stage of delivering newsletters to homes and businesses in west London as part of the consultation exercise.

Bolton Wanderers Football Club’s £100million plan to expand its Macron Stadium (formerly the Reebok Stadium) has been given the green-light. The plan includes construction of a new sports academy, a new 60-bedroom hotel and up to 200 apartments.

The plan includes a 32,000 sq. ft. extension to the Macron Stadium to increase the hospitality and administration facilities currently available on site.


Merthyr Town Football Club in south Wales has been awarded a £1.8million grant to upgrade its Penydarren Park stadium. The grant will be used to transform the existing facilities with the addition of a new car park. Early 2015 will see the building of a new 130 seat event and banqueting space together with hospitality boxes and new changing rooms.