If there’s something that Europeans are super fanatical about, it’s their football clubs. And whether you are new to the area or a seasoned veteran, you may have not made the rounds to all of the great stadiums that London has to offer. So grab your favorite kit and see which locations you need to visit for your next game.
Group Up and Take in a Game
It doesn’t matter if you are going to a home or an away stadium, watching football is better with friends and family. While it’s not going to break the bank to go and see a game, with a larger crowd, things can get pricey in a hurry. If things are a little tight and your credit ain’t the best, but you still want to treat. Maybe one of the small loans available to build up your credit is the answer. This way you can work on your personal finances while enjoying the game with your mates. And if you’re going to go, you might as well go big!
When you think of the big arenas in the area, you have to consider Wembley Stadium. With a max capacity of 90,000 people, the noise levels can reach epic levels after the home team (England) scores a goal. It’s a beautiful place to watch a match or, if you are interested, Wembley also plays host to a wide variety of top musical talents throughout the year. Grab some friends and enjoy a game of football at this iconic London location.
Other Markets to Watch
Maybe the London team really isn’t your cup of tea. Maybe you’re more of an Arsenal fan, and that’s cool too. The Emirates Stadium is capable of housing up to 60,000 passionate fans while their team works to secure their next win. If you are looking to catch up on players and other information, be sure to check out the Arsenal FC page.
Other teams in the area include the Chelsea football club. Only a little more than 10 miles separate the two teams. With a capacity of a 41,631, it falls on the smaller tier of available seats but that doesn’t affect the love people have for their team and desire to win.
Spur on Your Team to Victory
Tottenham Hotspur Football Club has been in existence since the 1880s. Their new stadium is capable of accommodating over 62,000 fans. It’s a beautiful stadium with great amenities. For any Spur fan visiting the stadium for the first time, it will be a grand experience worthy of a lot of selfie photos for social media. Good times and good stories to tell are fantastic reasons to take in a game of Spur football.
A Long Storied Past
True historians of the sport know that Fulham FC is London’s longest-running franchise, having had originally formed back in the late 19th century, in the year 1879. Talk about a team with tenure under their belt. This Southern London team has played in the historic Craven Cottage since 1896, which can hold 25,700 fans for football games. Nestled on the banks of the Thames River, this wonderful stadium provides ample opportunities for stunning photos with friends, family, and other Fulham FC fans.
No matter if you see a game at the intimate Craven Cottage or the enormous Wembley Stadium, be sure to enjoy yourself in victory and even in defeat. Bring along some friends or close loved ones and take in a game. Because when it all comes down to it, football games are not only about the competition; they are about camaraderie.