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After the conclusion of a stunning FA Cup Final, we now look forward to the start of the new season at Wembley Stadium. The FA Community Shield takes place on Sunday 2 August 2015 between Arsenal and Chelsea and you can secure your place to this and a host of other spectacular events with a Club Wembley membership.

With seat locations on the Level Two tier of the stadium or the choice of your own space with 8, 12 or 20 seat Private Boxes, Club Wembley guarantees your place to witness:
All England Senior Men's Internationals
The FA Cup Final and Semi Finals
The Capital One Cup Final 
The FA Community Shield
The Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Final
Plus priority access to other events such as the three NFL games and show stopping concerts

Whether you want to entertain your top clients and prospects, motivate and rewards your team or simply spend time with family and friends, there is now no better time to join.  
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With flexible and cost effective packages, find out how Club Wembley can work for your you by calling Alex Sawbridge on 020 8795 9044 or emailing
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