Football stadiums in London

Best London Football Stadium Tours

If you like football and are planning to visit London, we advise you to visit one of the London Football Stadium and go through the changing room tunnel to jump onto the pitch in the country where football as we know it today was invented.

England is synonymous with football and although we are not going to discuss whether they have the best league in the world or not, what we can confirm is that football is in the air here 7 days a week.

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London’s most historic football stadiums

The British capital has numerous teams spread across the different categories of English football and luckily, it is possible to visit some of London’s football stadiums with the most history without leaving the city, and take a tour visiting the dressing rooms and the trophy room. Some of the most famous football stadiums in London are, for example, Arsenal’s modern Emirates Stadium, which is located in north London just a few minutes apart from White Hart Lane, the stadium of its eternal rival Tottenham Hotspur or the stadium of Chelsea, Stamford Bridge, or as it is better known among its most loyal fans, “The Bridge”.

When you go to visit the London football stadiums, remember that tours are not available on match days or even sometimes the day before when there is a European competition, as they are often used for the last training session of the local team and visitor before the match, so we advise you to check the available dates through the links that we have added below.

Here we give you more details about each of the teams, the Stadium Tours, how to buy tickets and how to get to the stadiums using public transport.

Arsenal Stadium Tour – Emirates Stadium

Arsenal Stadium Tour Emirates Stadium
Arsenal Stadium Tour Emirates Stadium
  • How to get there: If you go by tube, the closest stops are “Arsenal” (Piccadilly Line) less than 5 minutes walk or Highbury & Islington (Victoria Line) about 5 minutes walk too. If you prefer to arrive by bus, we recommend lines 43, 271, 263 or 393.
  • Hours: From Monday to Saturday: From 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., but the last entry is at 5:00 p.m. – Sunday: from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and the last entry is at 3:00 p.m.
  • Price: 20 Pounds (About 25 Eur.)

Description of the Tour : The Tour includes the entrance to the Arsenal stadium and museum and lasts approximately 90 minutes. You will have the opportunity to visit the changing rooms, sit on the benches and walk the corridors through which players of the stature of Thierry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp or Cesc Fabregas have passed in their beginnings in English football.

Chelsea Stadium Tour – Stamford Bridge

Chelsea Stadium Tour Stamford Bridge
Chelsea Stadium Tour Stamford Bridge
  • How to get there: The nearest station is Fulham Broadway (District Line) less than 5 minutes walk. If you prefer to arrive by bus, we recommend lines 11, 211 and 14 that stop very close to the stadium.
  • Hours: From 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
  • Price: 19 Pounds for adults and 13 Pounds for children under 15 years of age.

Description of the Tour : With the Chelsea Stadium Tour ticket you will have access to the stadium and the museum. The duration of the Chelsea Stadium Tour usually takes approximately 1 hour. You will be able to see the changing rooms where Mouriho, Ancelotti and other coaches have written the history of the London club par excellence and where players like Drogba, Terry or Gianfranco Zola have lived the best years of their sports careers.

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Tour – White Hart Lane

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Tour White Hart Lane
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Tour White Hart Lane
  • How to get there: The nearest station to the stadium is also called “White Hart Lane” (on the Victoria line) and is less than 5 minutes’ walk away.
  • Hours: Between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and some weekends.
  • Price: 20 Pounds for adults and 9 Pounds for children under 16 years of age.
  • Description of the Tour: Although it is a less popular stadium, here you can also access places in the stadium that in most cases are reserved for players and coaches and you can also visit the changing rooms where a young Gareth began to stand out a few years ago Bale.

If you have time and want to discover more about the history of English football, then we recommend the Wembley Stadium Tour, located northwest of London and where the matches of the English team and the finals of some competitions such as the FA are played. Cup.

Wembley Stadium Tour

Wembley Stadium
Wembley Stadium
  • How to get there: You can go by tube to “Wembley Park Station” (Jubilee and Metropolitan lines).
  • Hours: From 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
  • Price: 17 Pounds for adults and 10 Pounds for children (under 16 years).
  • Description of the Tour: Wembley is the “home” of English football and although the new stadium does not have as much history as its predecessor, the old Wembley, you can also visit the most interesting corners of the stadium such as changing rooms, benches, VIP areas that are generally reserved for personalities and celebrities from all over the world. In addition, in the museum you can see jewels such as the crossbar from the 1966 World Cup.

The Tour entrance is located next to the monument dedicated to what is considered to be the most important player and loved by British fans, Sir Bobby Moore, and it is advisable to arrive at least 30 minutes before the start of the Tour.

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