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A Euro 2020 'Stadium Suite' Has Been Unveiled At Wembley And It's The Best Seat In The House

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A Euro 2020 'Stadium Suite' Has Been Unveiled At Wembley And It's The Best Seat In The House

There won't be a bad seat in the house at Wembley for England's Euro 2020 semi-final showdown with Denmark but we know where the best view will be.

Booking.com, official accommodation booking partner for Euro 2020, have unveiled a brand new 'Stadium Suite' inside national stadium.

The luxury Stadium Suite has a double bed and private balcony that overlooks the pitch that England will grace yet again on Wednesday evening. It really is the definition of "a room with a view".

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The ultimate overnight experience was launched last night for the pulsating semi-final between Italy and Spain and fans entered a competition to win a one-night stay in the suite.

Fans can enjoy the action from the comfort of a comfy bed and sofa, while they will also be treated to a pitchside breakfast experience.

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Images: Booking.com
Images: Booking.com

If that's not enough, the lucky supporters can live out being an England player at Wembley by spending time in the changing rooms the following day after a match.

Arjan Dijk, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer at Booking.com, said: "For football fans this is truly an overnight football experience to rival all others! Watching Europe's finest players battle it out on the pitch before enjoying a 'backstage pass' to Wembley Stadium - staying over and soaking up that truly unique and special stadium pre, during and post match in Booking.com's unique 'Stadium Suite'!

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"This has been a tournament with some unmissable moments on the field, and we hope our competition winners can create some unforgettable memories off pitch, which is what Booking.com believes travel, holidays, events and attractions are all about."

Imaging watching the biggest game in European football in such a style?

Featured Image Credit: Booking.com

Topics: Football, Euro 2020, Wembley Stadium

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