Hospitality

  • Chairmans Club
  • Private Suites
Chairmans Club
The Chairman’s Club is the Melbourne Rebels’ premium hospitality experience for the 2021 Super Rugby Season.
Rebels Chairmans Club

Situated on level two of AAMI Park, the Chairman’s Club provides an opportunity to entertain your guests amongst Melbourne’s business elite.

Premium reserved seating is provided in front of the dining area, giving you a perfect view of the on-field action and attendees are provided with exclusive access to Rebels players directly after the match.

Joining the Chairman’s Club will ensure your social and business calendar is full for the entire Super Rugby Season.

Chairman’s Club benefits for all eight home games include:

Fine Dining

Two course meal, fine wines and premium beverages pre-game and half-time fare.

Premium Seating

Unobstructed view from premium reserved seating on level 2, Eastern Stand at AAMI Park.

Entertainment

High profile guest speakers provide corporate insights, game previews and expert analysis.

Player Access

Meet Melbourne Rebels players and coaches.

Flexible Corporate Bookings

Private table bookings for up to 10 guests or individual and small group bookings for networking.

Alternate View

Never miss a minute of the action, with closed circuit televisions broadcast.

Priority Access

Chairman’s Club members receive priority access to home finals tickets, pending Rebels qualification.

The Chairman’s Club function commences 90 minutes prior to kick off and concludes after the full time siren. Guests are welcome to move into the Weary Dunlop Rugby Club post-match function.

The dress code is business casual, men are requested to wear a jacket and collared shirt and female guests to dress accordingly. 

Price

TBC - please contact Jay below for more information. 

Contact

Cameron McFarlane

Partnerships Manager +61490 687 791

Email Cameron at cameron.mcfarlane@melbournerebels.com.au

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