Fulham FC signs Delaware North for new season

14 August 2014 by
Fulham FC signs Delaware North for new season

Delaware North has secured a deal with Fulham FC to take over all catering at its Craven Cottage stadium.

The contract, which has the potential to run for 10 years, was signed this week and includes all catering provision at general admission concourses, hospitality boxes and lounges, and non-match day conferences and events.

Delaware North will also be responsible for catering at Fulham's new Riverside Stand, which is currently in the planning stage, from year three of the deal. It is expected to include a riverside café which will be open to the public.

Doug Tetley, managing director at Delaware North UK, said: "We're delighted to have been awarded the contract at Fulham FC, especially during such a significant period of investment for the Club. Craven Cottage has been the home of Fulham FC for the past 115 years, and we're proud to add such a historic venue to our select portfolio of UK stadiums."

Fulham FC Finance director Sean O'Loughlin added: "We know that DNC is committed to delivering an exceptional service for all visitors to Craven Cottage, and we are excited about the opportunities this partnership will bring."

Meanwhile, Delaware North has also signed a deal with Blink, a group of specialist food and beverage brands, to complement its offer at Wembley stadium.

The agreement means it will be able to offer a range of catering offers to suit the various audiences attracted to Wembley Stadium, be it for England football games, NFL matches, concerts or boxing.

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