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Promo Clients are a fickle lot, but most would leap at the chance to see the FA Cup final at Wembley Stadium. Or a big pop concert. No? Maybe a NFL game could tickle their fancy.

The Register is a media partner of Wembley Stadium and this is our promo. Here is a great chance to reward your valued customers – or indeed yourself. Guarantee those seats by joining Club Wembley.

2014 is already shaping up to be a great year at Wembley Stadium, with England’s preparation matches for the FIFA 2014 World Cup in Brazil, the domestic trophies yet to be decided including the Capital One Cup and The FA Cup, and three NFL* games and One Direction in concert. [OK, so maybe One Direction is not one for The Register's demographic heartland...]

As a Club Wembley member you can get a guaranteed seat at every Senior England Men’s International home game and The FA Cup Semi Finals and Final. There’s also the Capital One Cup, The FA Community Shield and the Tetley’s Challenge Cup Final, plus you will have access to purchase tickets for the NFL International Series games and some top-notch concerts.

And there’s a host of exclusive member-only events, from breakfasts with the England manager to the chance to watch the England Team train, golf days and the opportunity to play on the pitch in fundraising tournaments.**

For more information on becoming a member of Club Wembley, contact Andrew Shorrocks on 020 8795 9058 or by email.

Terms and conditions

*Club Wembley members have access to purchase one hospitality package per licence seat they hold. Club Wembley membership is sold on a long term basis until 2017. Matches that form part of a bid event where The FA is not the owner such as the UEFA Champions League Final are not included.

**Member events are subject to availability and terms and conditions.

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