6 unforgettable experiences for football fans when traveling to the UK
Football in the UK is not only a king sport but also a lucrative business travel industry. From the stadium tours to the live viewing experience of the top matches to the history of English football at museums, England is always the ideal destination for football fans.
Visiting Wembley Stadium in London
A £ 22 tour to Wembley will take you to the UK team’s dressing room, admire and upgrade the FA Cup simulation. In addition, moving into the stadium and experiencing the feeling of preparing for the tournaments where legends are ready to play will be unforgettable for true football fans.
Revealing the footsteps of superstars in the famous stadiums
Popular stadiums spread throughout the land of fog: Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea or Newcastle United. Their stadiums and football museums all satisfy the love and passion of the visitors with each team.
Stepping in the grass field tunnel at Old Trafford (Manchester), Emirates (London) or Anfield (Liverpool), you'll feel as if you are with idols like David Beckham, Mesut Ozil or Mohamed Salah.
Watching a live football match at the stadium
The opportunity to be an audience in a live football match and see the real players on the field is definitely a great experience for the fans. The UK Premier League ticket market is extremely busy and tickets are very tight, especially in the confrontation between the top teams.
If you want to enjoy the football match, you need to book early to secure a seat. To book a ticket, you can go to the home page of the teams, the stadium for the match, or the Ticketmaster intermediary.
Improving your knowledge of football at the National Football Museum, Manchester
Located in the Urbis exhibition centre in the city centre, this venue displays memorabilia of English football. One of them was the ball in the 1966 World Cup final in England. Diego Maradona's football shirt when he scored the hand that history named "Hand of God" is also displayed here.
In addition to that, the museum offers visitors an interactive football experience with sound, lighting and modern images as a professional club.
Becoming a player and play in the Premier League pitch
Football experience at a famous stadium is only for the upper class. But to the “Play on the Pitch”, anyone can realize the dream of becoming a professional player in one day.
This experience is for anyone who is a player in a small football club, a co-worker or a group of close friends and for all ages. Many of the major UK clubs have partnered with “Play on the Pitch” to do business, including Everton, Millwall and Chelsea.
Staying at a hotel for football in Manchester
Certainly, Manchester is the city with the most professional football services in the UK. The Hotel Football is directly opposite Old Trafford Stadium, with modern hotel rooms decorated with players' photos and taglines of Manchester United.
Café Football, part of the Hotel Football chain, welcomes football fans as a gathering of fans and residents to watch the matches throughout the World Cup season.
By: Relly Jonas