If you’re interested in taking your next visit to Highbury Stadium to the next level, why not do so with premium Fleetwood Town tickets and hospitality packages?
With these Fleetwood hospitality packages, you can enjoy the Fisherman in the best possible fashion, being part of the ‘Cod Army’ while getting a VIP experience before kickoff.
Book premium Fleetwood Town tickets and hospitality packages for the 23/24 season today to guarantee your unforgettable matchday experience at Highbury Stadium.
With this Fleetwood Town hospitality package, you will enjoy an array of premium inclusions that ensure an unforgettable matchday experience.
Enjoy VIP balcony seating and unrivalled views of the action alongside VIP perks such as a delicious three-course meal, live stage interviews, live stage entertainment, and half-time tea and coffee.
With a Fleetwood Town private box package, you and your guests will enjoy VIP balcony seating with premium views of the pitch.
You will also enjoy a freshly prepared two-course meal, waitress service and half time tea and coffee from within your exclusive, private space.
With Fleetwood Town Away Fan Hospitality, you will experience the fixture from reserved seating in the away end. You will also enjoy a splash of VIP treatment with inclusions such as a delicious two-course meal, waitress service and half-time tea and coffee.
Fleetwood Town FC, based in Fleetwood, Lancashire, were officially established in 1997. However, their history dates back to being founded in 1908, with three previous incarnations before becoming the team known today.
The Cods, as they are known, gained promotion to the Football League in 2012, after playing in the lower tiers of English football since their original formation.
They stayed in League Two for just two seasons, before earning promotion to League One via the playoffs in the 2013/14 season. They have been in the league ever since, finishing as high as fourth in one season and making the playoffs.
Fleetwood Town FC has a strong fan base and is known for its passionate supporters, the ‘Cod Army’. The club also has a youth academy that is dedicated to developing young players and providing them with opportunities to progress into the first team.
The Cods play their home games at the Highbury Stadium which has a capacity of 5,327.
The last expansion of the stadium was completed in 2011 and saw a two-phase project to construct, and update the north and west terraces, car parking, floodlights, and the new Main Stand.
As such, Highbury Stadium, while small in capacity, features more modern facilities and features a number of executive boxes, and a function suite.
Fleetwood’s biggest rivals are their Fylde Coast neighbours, Blackpool. The clubs have met just 13 times, with Blackpool holding seven wins to Fleetwood’s one and five draws. Unfortunately, the clubs will not be coming head-to-head this season. However, you can see Fleetwood face some of their other rivals in fixtures including Fleetwood Town v Preston North End.