With a rich history of sport dating back centuries, 13 football teams, and a dizzying array of stadiums, the sporting culture of London is enough to rival any other city in the world. In fact, tourism to the city is also energized by sport, particularly football. There’s lots of things for football fans to explore when visiting London. And we have compiled five of the top football attractions in the city.
Stamford Bridge Stadium
Located in West London’s Fulham area, Stamford Bridge Stadium is home of Chelsea FC. Easy to reach from the nearby Shaftesbury Paddington Hotel, this historic stadium promises not only Premiership excitement but more than 140 years of sporting history.
Located in North London, the Emirates Stadium is home to Arsenal FC, one of the best UEFA Premier League teams in the UK.
The Emirates Stadium has a capacity of 60,000 prospectors. It offers world-class football throughout the season as well as matchday tours, self-guided tours, and Legends Tours that provide a unique insight into the history of the club. It is the fourth largest stadium in the UK.
White Hart Lane
Located in East London’s Tottenham area, with a capacity of 62,000 spectators, the White Hart Lane is the new stadium for the Tottenham Hotspurs. The multi-purpose stadium also hosts NFL games and live performance events thanks to a first of a kind removable pitch.
The Olympic Park is a football stadium but is also used for other sporting activities as well. It was first developed in the East London’s Stratford area for the 2012 Olympic Games. It was also used for West Ham United’s home games and other international sporting events for track and field athletics.
Wembley Stadium was the home to the Tottenham Hotspurs during their recent Stadium renovations. With a capacity of 90,000, it is the largest football stadium in the UK. This stadium comes equipped with expansive tours and its own museum.