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Thursday, 04 June 2020 - Tuesday, 15 September 2020

VIP Oval Tickets England West Indies 2020

KIA Oval Cricket Ground (Home to Surrey Cricket) – Cricket Tickets & Corporate Hospitality Packages to see England v West Indies Test Match, England v Ireland ODI & Major Cricket Events in 2020.

England v West Indies Test Match

4th - 8th June 2020

England v Ireland One Day International (ODI)

Tuesday 15th September 2020

The KIA Oval will host an exciting season of test, one day and International cricket featuring the best teams in the world.  

VIPticketsandcorporatehospitality.co.uk are delighted to be able to offer superb Oval Cricket Tickets and corporate hospitality packages for England v West Indies Test Match, and England v Ireland ODI.

The Kia Oval boasts both modern and historic stands, the OCS Stand corporate hospitality facilities boast the fully air conditioned 2nd Floor Lounges ; OCS Stand Boxes ; Corinthian Roof Terrace.

The older more traditional Pavilion End corporate hospitality facilities include The Pavilion Rooms ; Lock & Laker Boxes ; Bedser Boxes and The Montpelier Club. Whichever stand you decide to entertain in, you are guaranteed outstanding views and hospitality.

You can register here with us to receive advanced notification of future Oval Cricket Ground International Cricket or Call 01527 894000 to register

Oval cricket tickets and corporate hospitality packages

  • OCS Stand 2nd Floor Lounges are glass fronted viewing facilities offering individual places on shared tables within the hospitality suite. Private tables are available for 10 or 12 guests. Your match day seating will be on the 2nd floor offering quick and easy access to the match action.

    • Official top-priced match tickets 
    • Tea, coffee and breakfast served on arrival
    • Champagne reception prior to lunch
    • Three course luncheon.
    • Complimentary bar (Beer, Wine, Pimms & Soft Drinks)
    • Traditional afternoon tea
    • Match programme and scorecard
    • Celebrity cricket guest in attendance
    • Plasma screens to ensure you don’t miss any of the action
    • Official event documentation

    Price Guide:                                                           Tel Button

    England v West Indies
    Thursday 4th June
    £649
    England v West Indies
    Friday 5th June
    £649
    England v West Indies
    Saturday 6th June
    £449
    England v West Indies
    Sunday 7th June
    £349
    England v Ireland
    Tuesday 15th September
    £375

    Prices are a guide per person and are exclusive of vat. Please enquire for current prices and availability. Package price and content are subject to change.

  • OCS Stand Boxes seat up to 24 guests with dedicated outdoor terrace seating on the 3rd floor. Unrivaled views of the pitch ensure the very best facility in which to entertain your clients.

    OCS Stand Boxes, Kia Oval, offer the top level of luxury and a truly first-class experience. Providing the finest in VIP event catering

    Oval Cricket Tickets England v South Africa, England v West Indies and England v Bangladesh corporate hospitality packages offer a choice of hospitality areas, great for entertaining guests and experiencing some of the finest hospitality available. 

    • Official top-priced KIA Oval match tickets for restaurant guests or private seating in balcony area for boxes
    • Tea, coffee and breakfast served on arrival
    • Three course meal accompanied by fine wines followed by coffee
    • Complimentary bar (excluding champagne)
    • Traditional afternoon tea
    • Match programme and scorecard
    • Plasma screens to ensure you don’t miss any of the action
    • Official event documentation

    Price Guide:                                                        Tel Button

    England v West Indies
    Thursday 4th June
    £699
    England v West Indies
    Friday 5th June
    £699
    England v West Indies
    Saturday 6th June
    £499
    England v West Indies
    Sunday 7th June
    £399
    England v Ireland
    Tuesday 15th September
    £399

    Prices are a guide per person and are exclusive of vat. Please enquire for current prices and availability. Package price and content are subject to change.

  • Corinthian Roof Terrace. The Oval cricket ground has not only played host to some unforgettable cricket in its illustrious history – it has also been the starting point for two of England’s greatest sports. The Oval was the scene of the first ever goal scored by the England football team and the first point ever scored by the England rugby team. Every major player in cricketing history has competed for their country beneath the Kennington gasholders, epitomising the Corinthian Spirit of fair play and respect.

    In early 2013 the Corinthian Roof Terrace underwent a £250,000 transformation, creating the finest hospitality area at any cricket venue in the country.Situated at the top of the ground’s iconic OCS Stand, you will be able to enjoy a bird’s eye view of the action whilst indulging in luxury hospitality and surrounding yourself with England’s amazing sporting heritage.

    • Official top-priced match tickets in balcony area
    • Tea, coffee and a breakfast offering is served on arrival
    • Sumptuous buffet served throughout the day
    • Informal seating/dining area (allocated tables not available)
    • Complimentary bar (Beer, Wine, Pimms and Soft Drinks)
    • Traditional afternoon tea
    • Plasma screens to ensure you don’t miss any of the action
    • Official event documentation

    Price Guide:                                                       Tel Button

    England v West Indies
    Thursday 4th June
    £699
    England v West Indies
    Friday 5th June
    £699
    England v West Indies
    Saturday 6th June
    £499
    England v West Indies
    Sunday 7th June
    £399
    England v Ireland
    Tuesday 15th September
    £399

    Prices are a guide per person and are exclusive of vat. Please enquire for current prices and availability. Package price and content are subject to change.

  • Bedser Boxes have their own dedicated balcony and seating area situated within the Bedser Stand.

    Bedser Boxes, Kia Oval, are available for 16 and 24 guests, and offer the top level of luxury and a truly first-class experience providing the finest in VIP event hospitality catering, a full complimentary bar and guest speakers, availability is limited. Your seats are situated directly outside of the hospitality area which means that you don’t have to miss any of the action.

    • Official top-priced match tickets for restaurant guests or private seating in balcony area for boxes
    • Tea, coffee and breakfast served on arrival
    • Three course meal accompanied by fine wines followed by coffee
    • Complimentary bar (excluding champagne)
    • Traditional afternoon tea
    • Match programme and scorecard
    • Plasma screens to ensure you don’t miss any of the action
    • Official event documentation

    Price Guide:                                                       Tel Button

    England v West Indies
    Thursday 4th June
    £699
    England v West Indies
    Friday 5th June
    £699
    England v West Indies
    Saturday 6th June
    £499
    England v West Indies
    Sunday 7th June
    £399
    England v Ireland
    Tuesday 15th September
    £399

    Prices are a guide per person and are exclusive of vat. Please enquire for current prices and availability. Package price and content are subject to change.

  • The Montpelier Club is located in the Pavilion End and is the pinnacle of Surrey County Cricket Club’s Membership portfolio. Enjoy personal, attentive service and delicious food in the Montpelier Club. Located directly next to the Players dressing rooms, it enjoys great views of the cricket. Each guest is allocated a luxury seat on the Montpelier Club balcony, immediately in front of the bar/restaurant, where they will also enjoy an at seat drinks service.

    • Breakfast, Tea/Coffee
    • Complimentary bar serving house Champagne, beers, wines, house spirits,Pimm’s & soft drinks
    • A la Carte lunch with fine wines
    • Traditional afternoon tea
    • Match programme & scorecard
    • In room plasma screens
    • Priority entrance to the ground – no queuing
    • Newspapers
    • Drinks to seats delivery service

    Price Guide:                                                      Tel Button

    England v West Indies
    Thursday 4th June
    £999
    England v West Indies
    Friday 5th June
    £999
    England v West Indies
    Saturday 6th June
    £799
    England v West Indies
    Sunday 7th June
    £599
    England v Ireland
    Tuesday 15th September
    £599

    Prices are a guide per person and are exclusive of vat. Please enquire for current prices and availability. Package price and content are subject to change.

     

Sample Itinerary Test Match

9.15am Gates open. Breakfast is served
11.00am Play starts. Bar opens
1.00pm After a glass of champagne, a three course lunch is served with selected wines and followed by coffee
1.40pm Play resumes
3.40pm Afternoon tea is served
4.00pm Play resumes
6.00pm Scheduled end of play
6.30pm Bar closes (or 30 minutes after the close of play whichever is the earliest)
7.00pm Hospitality area closes and guests depart (or one hour after the close of play)

~Kia Oval Hospitality Facility Ground Plan

~ Contact us here for more information regarding our KIA Oval Corporate Hospitality Packages

The Oval, Kennington, London

The Oval, currently known for sponsorship reasons as the Kia Oval, is an international cricket ground at Kennington, in the London Borough of Lambeth, South London. The Oval has been the home ground of Surrey County Cricket Club since it was opened in 1845. It is always referred to as "The Oval", and not "the Oval". It was the first ground in England to host international Test match cricket in September 1880. The final Test match of the English season is traditionally played there.

In addition to cricket, The Oval has hosted a number of other historically significant sporting events. It staged the first FA Cup final in 1872, as well as those between 1874 and 1892. In 1870, it staged England's first international football match, versus Scotland. In 1876, it held both the England v Wales and England v Scotland rugby international matches, and in 1877 rugby's first Varsity match.

In 1844, Kennington Oval was a market garden owned by the Duchy of Cornwall. Surrey County Cricket Club was established in 1845; the Duchy was willing to grant a lease of the land for the purpose of a cricket ground, and on 10 March 1845, the club signed a lease with the Otter Trustees, who held the land from the Duchy of Cornwall, "to convert it into a subscription cricket ground", for 31 years at a rent of £120 per annum plus taxes amounting to £20. The original contract for turfing The Oval cost £300; 10,000 grass turfs came from Tooting Common.

In 1868, 20,000 spectators gathered at The Oval for the first game of the 1868 Aboriginal cricket tour of England, the first tour of England by any foreign side. Thanks to C.W. Alcock, the Secretary of Surrey from 1872 to 1907, the first Test match in England was played at The Oval in 1880 between England and Australia. The Oval thereby became the second ground to stage a Test, after the MCG. In 1882, Australia won the Test by seven runs within two days. The Sporting Times printed a mocking obituary notice for English cricket, which led to the creation of the Ashes trophy, which is still contested whenever England plays Australia.

 The Oval holds the record for having the largest cricket playing area in Great Britain and has only recently been downgraded to 2nd place in the world by the Gaddafi Stadium in Pakistan

The famous gasholders just outside The Oval's wall are actually newer than the ground by several years, having been built around 1847. Now disused, there has been much speculation of late as to whether they should be demolished; however, many believe they are an integral part of The Oval's landscape and, therefore, their future looks secure

Latest News: The Victorian gasholder that looms over the KIA Oval cricket ground in south London has been granted Grade II status.
The wrought-iron structure in Kennington was the largest gasholder in the world when it was built in 1847. Gasholder No. 1 was rebuilt in 1877-79, just before the first Test match in England was played at the Oval in 1880. The historical, architectural and technical background of the gasholder and its importance to the landscape led to it being granted protected status.

At the end of the 2002 cricket season, Surrey started redeveloping the Vauxhall End. The development included knocking down the outdated Surridge, Fender, Jardine and Peter May north stands and creating in their place a single four tier grandstand, currently known as the OCS stand, as it is sponsored by Outsourced Client Solutions International Facilities Management Services. This work was completed in May 2005 and increased ground capacity to around 23,000.

In January 2007, Surrey announced plans to increase capacity by a further 2,000 seats, this time by redeveloping the Pavilion End. The Lock, Laker, and Peter May south stands will be replaced with a new stand, which will have a hotel backing on to it. The Surrey Tavern at the entrance to the ground will be demolished and a new pedestrian plaza will be created in its place, improving access to the ground and opening up views of the historic pavilion. These plans were delayed by objections raised by the Health & Safety Executive as the ground is close to a gasometer. Planning permission was eventually granted, but not before the credit crunch struck. In 2009, permanent floodlights were installed for use in day/night matches. The floodlights are telescopic and are retracted when not in use

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