The move means the new company will provide catering services to more than 115 million people each year at major sporting venues and attractions across the world including White Hart Lane, Celtic Park, The Mercedes-Benz Superdome and The Warner Bros. Studio Tour in London. Revenues for the group are expected to exceed £660m.
The Lindley Group chief executive Adam Elliott, who will assume the title of president, The Lindley Group and executive vice president, Centerplate will report to Centerplate's president Des Hague.
Elliott said there were no plans to reduce the workforce or make changes to existing contracts through the deal.
He said: "Achieving global scale through this merger with Centerplate is a massive boost for The Lindley Group, which will benefit from an infusion of resources and expertise while enjoying the operational freedom to bring our UK clients, fans and guests the food innovation and technology advances that Centerplate is pioneering at venues in America.
"Clients and fans will continue to see the same quality and service they know from The Lindley Group, and we are energised and excited to move forward with everyone in our current management team in place.”