World Cup Rugby Minibus And Coach Hire Transport

The Minibus and Coach Hire is one of the main providers for cheap minibus and coach hire. We have been in business for over a decade and have expanded our services in the process. We offer Ford Transit minibuses and Mercedes that can seat 8, 12, 14, or 16 people. We also have mini to midi coaches in sizes that range from 24 seats to 49 seats. We can take passengers to any of the following sports venues:

Villa Park was built in 1897, and the stadium has been the home the Aston Villa Football Club from the beginning. Villa Park has a seating capacity of 42,682, with the seats split between four stands. The newest stand, Trinity Road Stand, was completed in 2000. It has hosted 55 FA Cup semi-final matches, more than any other stadium in the world.

Located in Falmer, the Brighton Community Stadium seats 30,750. Also known as the Falmer Stadium, it opened in 2011 after three years of construction. It has fours stands, and the largest, the East Stand, has 14 luxury boxes and the fans' 1901 Club. 

The Millennium Stadium can seat 74,154. It is near the Cardiff Central Station and is the second largest sports venue in the world. It is the first stadium in the UK to have a fully retractable roof. So far, it has hosted matches from two Rugby World Cups, including the final in 1999.

Sandy Park can seat 12,300. The stadium opened in 2006. It is home to the rugby team the Exeter Chiefs, and has extensive conference and banqueting facilities. They can be used for such events as weddings, charity galas and award shows.

Kingsholm Stadium can seat 16,500. Most of it was built in 1891, but it has a new grandstand that opened in 2007 and can seat 7,500. It is the home stadium of Gloucester Rugby, and it will be the site of four games in the 2015 Rugby World Cup.

Elland Road can seat 37,914. It was built in 1897 and was renovated 2011 - 2012. During this time, the East Stand was refurbished. It now has 25 luxury boxes and a concourse that boasts a restaurant, food shops, betting booths and stores. Elland Road has four stands in all. The West Stand was renamed the John Charles Stand in honor of the late footballer.7

The Leicester City Stadium, which is also known as the King Power Stadium, seats 32,312. It was built in 2002. In addition to being the home of the Leicester City Football Club, the stadium can also be used for conferences, banquets, concerts and weddings. It is located near the center of the city. It offers such amenities as free parking and free Wi-Fi. 

The Olympic Stadium, as its name suggests, was originally built as a venue for the 2012 Summer Olympics. It is located in Stratford. It has been under renovation since 2013. When the renovations are finished in 2016, the stadium will have a seating capacity of 54,000. It will also be the home of the British Athletics and the West Ham United Football Club.

Twickenham Stadium has the distinction of being the largest stadium in the world that is solely devoted to rugby. As such, it is home to the Rugby Football Union. Built in 1907, it can seat 82,000 people. It has 150 luxury suites and is also home to the World Rugby Museum. 

Wembley Stadium opened in 2007, and it was built to replace the original Wembley Stadium (1923 - 2003). With 90,000 seats, it is the largest stadium in the UK and the second largest in Europe. It has the Wembley Arch, which is 440 feet high and a partially retractable roof. 

The Manchester City Stadium, which is also known as the Etihad Stadium, can seat 47,800. It opened in 2002 after three years of construction. It has 70 luxury boxes and six theme restaurants. The stadium is the centerpiece of SportCity, a sports complex. Much of the complex, including the stadium, was built for the 2002 Commonwealth Games. 

Milton Keynes
Stadium MK is a new stadium that was built in 2007. It currently has two tiers and seats 30,500. The high roof provides space for a third tier which would increase seating capacity to 45,000. It is the home of the Milton Keynes Dons Football Club. In addition to concessions served at the concourse, the stadium also has a catering service. 

St. James' Park has a seating capacity of 52,409. It held its first match in 1880, making it the oldest football stadium in the north-east of England. Since 1892, it has been the home of the Newcastle United Football Club. It has also hosted concerts by people like Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan as well as international football competitions including the 2012 Olympics. 

Located in Warwickshire, the town Rugby is the birthplace of the sport, which was first played at Rugby School in 1823. Fans of the sport may visit the school and the Warren Ellis Rugby Football Museum, which is named for the sport's inventor.