Queensland Cricket and the Queensland Cricketers' Club have joined forces to provide corporate and hospitality services at Allan Border Field.

The Queensland Cricketers’ Club, established in 1959, is delighted to announce it will work alongside Queensland Cricket through its catering arm, Quality Catering.

The Club's 61-year-history located at the Gabba has provided the very best in hospitality services to thousands of members and guests. 
Queensland Cricketers’ Club CEO Lachlan Furnell commented;  
“Following a successful twelve-month trial offering our catering services at Allan Border Field, we are thrilled to have locked down a long-term agreement. There is no questioning the natural synergies between the two organisations and the benefits that will continue to emerge as we further explore opportunities. Working with Queensland Cricket’s nutritionists & dieticians, our catering team is well versed to provide the best in quality foods, paying close attention to the many dietary requirements of the players and match day officials.”  
Queensland Cricket CEO Terry Svenson welcomed the partnership between the two bodies. 
“There’s been a rich shared history between the two groups over the years and it is exciting to combine now in a business sense to grow and extend our commercial goals,’’ he said. 
“We look forward to welcoming fans back to events at Allan Border Field at the appropriate time and working with the Club to deliver a first-class experience for them.’’ 
Extending their services through the “Keepers Café & Bar” and the two magnificent Pavilions at Allan Border Field, both of which have been recently refurbished by commercial fit out company Intermain, the precinct is ideally positioned to attract private functions and events.  

The Captains' Room in the Stuart Law Stand and the Century Room in the Matthew Hayden Stand both overlook Allan Border Field and Ray Lindwall Oval.
For all private function and event enquiries go to events@qcclub.com.au or visit https://www.qcclub.com.au/pavilions/