Planning a trip to Britain when your favorite team is playing an away match? Well, you could always hop on a train and catch the beautiful game in a different city, but there are plenty of ways to experience the Premier League when a match isn’t in the cards. You can still tour Britain’s best football stadiums and see the amazing arenas from the view of your favorite player when you stand on the field, tour the changing rooms, and walk down the team’s tunnel. Finally, don’t miss the remarkable cities that are home to these amazing teams and their fans!
Go behind the scenes; listen to the boss as you take your place in the changing room before walking down the tunnel imagining the roar of 60,000 fans and sit in the same dugout as used by Arsenal stars of the modern era. The tour also includes free entry to the spectacular, interactive Arsenal Museum which includes exclusive exhibits including Michael Thomas' boots from Anfield '89, the ‘Invincibles’ Premier League trophy, Charlie George's 1971 FA Cup final shirt and Alan Smith's shirt from 1994's European Cup Winners Cup Final.
Chelsea FC pride themselves on having guides who are both knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the club and they believe it's their passion that makes the tours a truly memorable experience! The guides will provide insights into Stamford Bridge’s illustrious past and Chelsea’s bright future, giving you access to areas normally reserved for players and officials.
Even expert fans will learn something on this tour, and even fans of other clubs and other sports will be captivated by Manchester City’s fascinating story! A professional and passionate tour guide will take you around the areas that are normally off-limits, including the press conference room, the warm up area, the dressing room, the players’ tunnel and the pitch side dug-out. You might even get a photo opportunity in the manager’s chair!
A tour of Old Trafford is a unique opportunity to see Manchester United FC from all the people who make the club so successful; the players, the management, staff and, of course, the fans. Your passion and love for the club will be matched by your tour guide, who will give guests exclusive access to parts of the stadium usually off-limits. Tour tickets also include access to the Old Trafford museum, where you'll get even closer to the world, the history and the legend of Manchester United.
Take a trip to the home of the Fab Four and world-famous Anfield to see where the Mighty Red LFC take on their football foes. You can tour the stadium with your whole family and get an exclusive tour before the action starts on a match day. Don’t forget to stop by the museum to see the Hall of Fame and championship trophies.
National Football Museum
Manchester’s National Football Museum is a must-see attraction for fans of the ‘beautiful game’. Housed in the striking Urbis building in the city center, it houses an interactive soccer experience along with fascinating memorabilia including the 1966 World Cup Final ball and Diego Maradona’s ‘Hand of God’ shirt.
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