Tourists can live in love with football when visiting famous stadiums like Wembley, Old Trafford and even become a Premier League player in a day.
Football in the UK is not only a king sport but also a lucrative tourism business. From tours to the stadium to experience a live view of the peak matches to learn the history of English football at the museums, England is always the ideal destination for football lovers.
1. Visit the Wembley Stadium in London
If you want to relive the glory and failures of the England national team, go to the Wembley Stadium, which often takes place in the top stages of world football. Located northwest of London, this stadium has a capacity of up to 100,000 seats.
A Wembley tour for £22 will take you to visit England’s dressing room, admire and try the FA Cup simulation version. In addition, moving in the stadium pipes and experiencing the feeling of preparing for the match where legends are ready to play will be unforgettable for true football fans.
2. Recreate the superstar’s footsteps in the famous stadiums
Famous stadiums spread across the foggy country. Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea or Newcastle United, their football stadiums and museums all satisfy the love and admiration of visitors for each team.
When walking the tunnel to the grass field at Old Trafford Stadium (Manchester), Emirates (London) or Anfield (Liverpool), you will feel like you are accompanied by idols like David Beckham, Mesut Ozil or Mohamed Salah.
3. Watch a live match at the stadium
The opportunity to become an audience in a live football game and see the flesh-and-blood players on the pitch is undoubtedly a great experience for the fans. The Premier League ticket market is extremely vibrant and tickets are scarce, especially in head-to-head battles.
If you want to enjoy the ball game, you need to book early to secure a seat. To book tickets, you can go to the home page of the teams, the stadium where the match takes place or the TicketMaster intermediary ticket page.