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Stadiums & Arenas in London

Top 6 Stadiums & Arenas

#1
Emirates Stadium

Located in Holloway, Emirates Stadium is one of the UK's largest stadiums. It has been the home ground of Premiership side Arsenal since 2006, replacing their original home at Highbury Stadium. It has seating capacity for 60,432 fans.

4.3 (435 reviews)
#2
Stamford Bridge

The mighty Stamford Bridge is the home stadium of Chelsea FC, one of the most popular football clubs in the world. It's located in Fulham, London. With a capacity of more than 40,000 (which it regularly sells out), it's the eighth-largest stadium in the Premiership.

4.5 (756 reviews)
#3
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

This award-winning stadium is home to Tottenham Hotspur Football Club. The futuristic arena proudly stands on the same site as Spurs' original home – White Hart Lane – and opened in 2019. As well as hosting Spurs home games, the stadium offers two visitor attractions: The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Tour and The Dare Skywalk. Both are absolute musts for Spurs fans and admirers. The stadium's cutting-edge architectural design features the UK's first retractable pitch. This multipurpose, 62,850-capacity stadium is also known to host NFL games and blockbuster music concerts.

4.7 (63 reviews)
#4
Wembley Stadium

Wembley Stadium is the UK's most famous football stadium, with the capacity to hold 90,000 people. It's easily accessible from Central London by public transport.

4.3 (163 reviews)
#5
London Stadium

Built to host London 2012, the former Olympic Stadium at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is home to Premier League football club West Ham United and UK Athletics. With rock concerts through the intervening months, this versatile venue has also hosted the Rugby World Cup, international and domestic Rugby Union, The Race of Champions, the RFL Four Nations and was home for the first Major League Baseball games to be played in Europe.

5 (1 review)
#6
The Kia Oval

One of the oldest and most prestigious cricket grounds in the world, the Kia Oval has been home to Surrey Cricket Club since 1845, and been hosting international Test cricket since 1880.

1 (1 review)

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