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London: Wembley Stadium Guided Tour

1. London: Wembley Stadium Guided Tour

Follow in the footsteps of Legends. The Wembley Stadium Tour lets you explore the behind-the-scenes of the UK’s largest sports and music venue. Taking you deep into the heart of the stadium, this award-winning tour includes the Dressing Rooms, the Press Conference Room, Players’ Tunnel, Pitchside, and the iconic Royal Box. This tour gives you the chance to relive the stadium’s greatest moments, from England’s glorious 1966 World Cup victory, UEFA Champions League triumphs, the ongoing tradition of the Emirates FA Cup Final, countless sell-out concerts, and more. The Crossbar Exhibition and The Walk of Legends unlock the Wembley archives to showcase the Stadium’s origins, rich history, and heritage dating back as far as The British Empire Exhibition of 1924. Visitors will be able to download an app-based guide on arrival at the Stadium. QR codes will allow visitors to scan and access the digital content on their own devices. There is free wi-fi access for those visitors not able to use their mobile data.

London Football and Stadiums Taxi Tour

2. London Football and Stadiums Taxi Tour

Have yourselves a great day out seeing and hearing about London’s football history and take in the wonder of the new big stadiums and the original older grounds, before they too become part of London’s football history all weaved in with the wonder of London’s sights. Enjoy a fantastic tour and a favourite with overseas football fans who love London teams. Maybe this could be the tour for you and your pals to kick off a stag day hullabaloo or a surprise father’s day/family treat to end at his/her favourite team's ground.   Your Taxi Tour Will Include: The Freemasons Tavern, where the rules of the game were fashioned Lancaster Gate, for many years the home of the Football Association Battersea Park, where the first match under FA rules took place Surrey Cricket Ground where the first FA Cup final took place And so much more... Your tour will include 2 London football club stadiums. After you have booked you will geta call to make sure the clubs that are closest to your heart are on your tour.

London: Private Craven Cottage Tour at Fulham Football Club

3. London: Private Craven Cottage Tour at Fulham Football Club

A lot has changed since 1896, when Fulham played their first home game at their new home and yet so much remains the same. In 1905, the ground was redeveloped by Archibald Leitch, who created the ground that, in large parts, is still known internationally today. This is your chance to walk in the footsteps of Leitch and some of the greatest players in history; Think Craven Cottage, think Robson, Haynes and the England World Cup Winner Cohen; think Hill, Moore, Best, Eusebio, Pele and Ronaldinho. Think of Neymar, Rooney, Giggs and Kane. This is your chance to walk in their footsteps. After signing in at the tour reception, your tour will commence at the Johnny Haynes Statue and visit The Johnny Haynes Stand, Press Box, Media Room, Players Tunnel, Pitchside, both changing rooms and Craven Cottage itself (all subject to availability on the day). This is a fully guided tour, led by a knowledgeable Tour Guide, photo's are encouraged along the route and questions are eagerly awaited. Hear about the 1948 Summer Olympics, the England men's team of 1907 who played Wales; in 2018, the England Lionessess playing Australia. With history at every turn, not to mention the brand new Fulham Pier project, designed for completion in 2022, you will be engrossed, impressed and amazed in equal measure! The Craven Cottage stadium tour ends with a visit to the club's trophy cabinet and the official club retail store.

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What people are saying about London

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 1,894 reviews

The Wembley Stadium tour is worth the effort to get there. The approach from the tube is everything you should expect for an international entertainment venue. The tour, itself, was well organized and thoughtfully designed to appeal to spectators of all interests. Our guide was knowledgeable (but not overly statistic heavy) and humorous (not in a corny way, either). 100% would recommend to others.

Everything very well organized! You saw a lot: changing rooms, players' tunnels, royal seats... Was the best stadium tour for me!

Optimal guide, friendly and quick-witted, very competent and funny. Lots of insider tips!

Great experience recommend to anyone. Vthanks to a grest guide mick!

We got to see all the most important parts of Wembley