Sheffield United - Chamber Special Offer

12th February 2014

Every match at Sheffield United is unique, and with our excellent Match Day Hospitality Packages within the Platinum and Tony Currie Suites, we will ensure that your day is a truly memorable experience.

If you have any queries, require any further information or would like to book any packages please do not hesitate to contact the Commercial Department on 0871 663 2462 or email: Sheffield United Match Day Hospitality - click here - for more details please call directly: 0114 221 3133 Sheffield United vs Carlisle United Sheffield Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with Sheffield United is offering member's a very exciting opportunity. We have access to a fantastic Blades Box for Sheffield United's highly anticipated match against Carlisle United. This will not only give you the opportunity to network with like minded business people, you can also bring clients along as well for which promises to be a great evening. Book Now

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