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Published: 15:00 | 30/5/16

Champions Travel unveil Liverpool deal


Champions Travel have been confirmed as an 'Official Match Break Supplier of Liverpool Football Club'.

The new four-year arrangement will see the Donegal-based company provide Liverpool supporters with access to 192 places in the brand new Code Lounge within the newly expanded Main Stand. The package will also include lower tier main stand seating, complimentary halftime drinks, match programme, street food available to purchase, LFC legends and pre-match entertainment.

The deal will see Champions Travel become one of only three companies worldwide to be designated an official match break supplier for Liverpool.

"This is a massive deal for Champions Travel and will change the landscape of Liverpool FC sales in Ireland and across Europe. Champions Travel really should be your first port of call for Liverpool FC packages for the foreseeable future," managing director Kevin Ward said.

Market manager Jonathan McDaid added: "This is only the beginning we have two other major deals in the pipeline and hopefully will be announcing soon! There is no doubt now that Champions Travel is the biggest sports travel companies in Ireland if not Europe."

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