Join Ray Parlour, Franck Queuedrue, Tony McMahon, Stuart Parnaby and Stewart Downing and more for a night of nostalgia at the Riverside…
On September 16 2004, Boro became A Small Town In Europe, beating Banik Ostrava 3-0 in the club’s first ever game in a major European competition.
On the eve of the 15 year anniversary of that unforgettable night, on Sunday September 15, supporters young and old are invited to join former stars including Ray Parlour, Franck Queuedrue, Tony McMahon, Stuart Parnaby and Stewart Downing as we look back at our European adventures, hosted by ex-Premier League referee and Boro fan Jeff Winter.
More special guests for this unforgettable night will be confirmed in due course, with ex-Boro duo David Wheater and James Morrison also hoping to attend.
Priced at £60pp inc VAT or £550 inc VAT per table of 10, the experience includes:
- Arrival drinks reception, kindly sponsored by Heineken
- Three-course meal
- After-dinner interactive analysis of our first season in the UEFA Cup
- Q&A platform
- Opportunity to pre-book official commemorative signed photo with special guests
Dress code: Smart casual.
Sponsorship opportunities are also available. Guest appearances subject to change.
For further information, please call the Events team on 01642 352781.