Sports Stadiums England feature

England’s Best Sports Stadiums

 

England has long enjoyed a fantastic global reputation for its sporting prowess. Many sports fans flock to the country from around the world to see famous teams playing in their own home venues. And as England is considered to be the birthplace of many renowned sports, it’s only fair that it enjoys an unparalleled range of top sporting stadiums.

Twickenham

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Wembley

As it’s the largest stadium in the United Kingdom, it’s no surprise that Wembley Stadium is a must-see for any sports fan. The renovated stadium is built upon the site of many of the English football team’s most celebrated triumphs including the famous 1966 World Cup victory.

Wembley Stadium

Interestingly, the sporting arena has played host to many other cultural events, most notably the Live Aid concert in 1985. But with a string of highly-anticipated events occurring at Wembley over the coming months including the England versus Estonia football match on 9 October, it’s proof that the stadium is a living, working example of a fantastic sporting stage.

Wimbledon

 

Few of England’s sports stadiums can enjoy such a world-famous reputation as that of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, which is better-known as Wimbledon. Not only does it host the most prestigious grass-court tennis championships in the world each year, but it has also been the subject of a successful Hollywood movie.

Wimbledon Stadium

Much of the heritage of Wimbledon’s fame is a result of its royal associations, as well as the emblems of strawberries and cream providing one of the most iconic points of the British summer. And with a fantastic museum and tour facility at the club, it’s particularly well-suited to a visit by the global tourist.

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