On Location has unveiled its collection of football hospitality packages for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games with shared and private experiences available in the capital as well as Marseille and Nice.
The company is the official hospitality provider for Paris 2024 and has entered into exclusive partnerships with football club Paris Saint-Germain, Olympique de Marseille’s Mars360 group, and Nice Eco Stadium to provide the offers.
Gold, silver, and bronze packages are available at all three locations with prices starting at €450 (€391/$491), €265, and €165, respectively.
The gold package offers ‘luxury comfort’ with an international chef’s menu including a selection of champagne, spirits, wine, beer, and soft drinks as well as commemorative Olympic Games gifts.
However, this is only available at Paris’ Parc des Princes (pictured). Silver and bronze offers will see gourmet buffet dining and street food cuisine served, respectively, at the Stade de Marseille and Stade de Nice.
“With these partnerships, we are proud to support regions beyond Paris, and develop a local presence throughout France,” said On Location senior vice-president and head of revenue, Michael Tonge.
“In addition, Paris 2024 and On Location are strengthening their ties with territories, markets, and businesses cross France, stimulating local economies and generating excitement as we countdown to the Olympic Games Paris 2024.
“We look forward to celebrating these historic Games with the French nation, and the wider global sporting community.”
Furthermore, private boxes are on offer with ‘elevated cuisine’ served in addition to premium drinks and allotted staff. Prices start at €430 per person for a 12-person private box.
In addition to the on-site hospitality, travel packages are available for Paris and Marseille with accommodation in three, four and five-star hotels for up to six nights on offer.
Paris 2024 marks the first time in 100 years that the French capital has hosted the Olympic Games. The football tournaments are set to run between July 24 – August 10 in seven cities across France.
Organisers also revealed that more than 400,000 tickets for the Paris Olympic and Paralympic Games will be put on sale on Thursday next week.