Here are The best Sports Places in London:
London is the city where football was born. It is known worldwide for hosting both the pub where the rules of football were established and the stadium of the national football team of England. 5 major English clubs reside in London, including Arsenal FC, Chelsea FC, …
This is the stadium of England’s national football team; it also hosts the finals of the Capital One Cup and the FA Cup (these are national competitions).
It was built in 1923 and has a capacity of 90,000 seats. He has hosted both the 1948 and 2012 Olympics, and the 1966 World Cup final.
Many mythical concerts have been organized in this stadium, including those of Michael Jackson, Rolling Stones, Queen, …
The best way to reach the stadium is to take the subway and get off at Park Wembley station.
With a capacity of 82,000, this is the stage in which the rugby team of England plays its most important games. It is also used for concerts and many personalities have already performed (Lady Gaga, Iron Maiden, The Rolling Stones, The Eagles, …).
It was built in 1908 and has undergone many renovations over the years (1921, 1932, 1995 and 2006).
This is the football stadium of Arsenal FC. Built in 2006, the Emirates Stadium has a capacity of 60 350 seats. Before its construction, Arsenal FC players played their matches at the Highbury (this stadium was about 600 meters from the Emirates and a set of real estate projects is now at its location).
Ticket prices at Emirates vary according to the importance of the opposing team; for this, the opposing teams have been classified in 2 categories: A and B.
Category A concerns clubs such as Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea, …; category B for its part concerns clubs like Swansea, West Ham United, Crystal Palace, Newcastle United, …).
Whatever the category, you need between 25 and 100 pounds to watch a match at the Emirates.
The Picadilly Line is the closest metro station to the Emirates Stadium.
This is the football stadium of the club Chelsea FC (this club won the Champions League in 2012). It was built in 1877 and is located in the neighborhood of Walham Green.
With a capacity of 41,840 seats, it has the following dimensions: 103 × 67 meters. Behind the Matthew Harding stand are the Chelsea Museum and Stadium Tours.
Every day (except during home games), visits are organized in the stadium; it is the ideal opportunity for tourists to live a unique experience.
Ticket prices at Stamford Bridge also vary depending on the importance of the match. The matches are divided into 3 categories: AA (for the matches against Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester United), A (for those against Manchester City, Everton, Tottenham Hotspur, …) and B (for those against Aston Villa, Southampton, Fulham, …). Count between 20 and 70 pounds to watch a game at Stamford Bridge.