Are you ready for some football…or hockey? If you’re a No. 1 sports fan, the St. Louis Rams and the St. Louis Blues have you covered. In the luxury of a customized club or special suite, guests can get in the game, V.I.P.-style.

St. Louis Blues

Blues fans can go behind-the-scenes with the Scottrade Center’s SubZero Club, complete with a bar, flat-screens and an up-close experience of pre- to post-game action. It’s your exclusive chance to chat with players and give them a 'high-five' as they come through the tunnel that runs right beside the club, as well as catch the excitement of the nearby players’ locker room, take in warm-ups, and witness live player and coach interviews, says Cyndee England, public relations manager at Scottrade Center. Blues alumni, broadcasters and greats of the game often stop in and relive their glory days with memorable stories, she adds.

SubZero members have access to the club throughout the preseason, regular season and playoffs, with all-inclusive food and beverages and complimentary V.I.P. parking. For select games, members also have the opportunity to bring extra guests to take part in the exclusive experience. And they can treat their friends, family, employees or clients to the club in the event they are unable to attend.

There is a one-time initiation fee of $6,000 and a yearly membership fee $10,000. For more information, call 589-5843 or visit

St. Louis Rams

Guests can get all-access to the Rams through membership to Edward Jones Dome’s Executive Suites. Beyond private suite treatment during the Rams 10 home games, members are offered first-class experiences, from access to Super Bowl tickets to trips as a member of the team’s private travel party, including charter air travel and lodging at the team hotel; and pre-game sideline passes to enjoy warm-ups from the field, says Jake Bye, VP of tickets and premium seating with the St. Louis Rams.

Fans can customize their suite, which features private restrooms, flat-screen TVs with the NFL Sunday ticket, private liquor cabinet and refrigerator with bartender service upon request, lounge seating and more. “Several suite holders have added TVs or other technology, unique furniture and interior suite signage promoting their business or cause,” Bye says. “We also recognize suite-holders through dynamic LED signage in the stadium on game-days and mentions in our official game-day magazine, Rams Insider.”

Suites welcome small and large parties, from 10 to 72, for the full-season or single events. Two new exclusive areas, Clarkson Jewelers Club and Sub Zero Club, offer accommodations for groups of 300-plus and 72, respectively.

For more information, call RAMS-TIX or visit