If you eat, sleep and breathe football, then our London football stadium route is for you. Whether you shout for the Gunners, the Blues, or Spurs, we’ll guide you from stadium to stadium.
- 1. Arsenal (Emirates Stadium) Start the day right with a fry-up at your Grange Hotel then head to the home of the Gunners. The audio tour features the club's biggest names guiding you through the stadium. Any time after 9.30am.
Directions: Make your way to the Arsenal tube station on the Piccadilly Line.
- 2. Tottenham Hotspurs (White Hart Lane) Tours are on the hour every hour and will take you into the changing rooms, down the tunnel and even into the dugout for an authentic ‘Spurs experience’. Directions: Take the Great Northern line from Drayton Park to Finsbury Park, then hop onto a 259 bus towards Lower Edmonton.
- 3. Wembley Get some decent ‘pub grub’ and a local pint at the Preston (161 Preston Road) before heading to the iconic home of English football. Relive the greatest moments (and some we’d rather forget) in English football history. Tours last about 75 minutes and are on the hour.
Directions: Jump on the 349 bus and take it to Seven Sisters. Take the Victoria line tube from Seven Sisters to King's Cross St. Pancras. Then get onto a Metropolitan line tube to Wembley Park.
- 4. Chelsea (Stamford Bridge) No stadium tour would be complete without a visit to one of the most successful clubs in the Premier League. Tours start every half hour; just make sure you don’t miss the last one at 3pm.
Directions: Catch the 224 bus to Alperton tube station, take the Piccadilly line to Hammersmith and then switch to the 211 bus to Chelsea Village.
Head back to central London on the District Line from Fulham Broadway.
Providing you didn’t get stuck in the pub at half time, our football route will have you back in the city in time for a quick pint with dinner, and back in your hotel in time for Match of The Day!