Chelsea FC has extended its contract with Levy UK, the stadia division of foodservice firm Compass Group, until 2023.
Levy was first awarded the contract in 2005, which was then extended in 2014.
The foodservice operator is now responsible for the catering across the Chelsea Football Club estate, including Stamford Bridge stadium, the club’s training facility in Cobham, Surrey, the Chelsea Health Club & Spa, Under the Bridge music venue and two restaurants, Marco Grill and Frankie’s Sports Bar and Diner.
Levy also oversees more than 1,000 corporate and private events held at Stamford Bridge each year. The club’s hospitality and events business was recently rebranded ‘Club Chelsea’.
Chris Townsend, commercial director at Chelsea FC, said: “The extension of our partnership with Levy UK reinforces our long-term commitment to shaping first-class experiences for fans and visitors to Stamford Bridge.”
Jonathan Davies, managing director at Levy UK, said: “We’ve had great success in delivering catering options at Stamford Bridge so it’s exciting to continue this food evolution and plan for the next four years with one of Europe’s biggest football clubs.”
Levy UK (Compass Group’s sporting stadia, historic venues, conference centres and arenas division) oversees stadia including Leicester City FC’s King Power stadium and the newly opened Tottenham Hotspur FC stadium, as well as the O2 and Twickenham Stadium.