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Ever wondered what it is like behind the
scenes at a top football ground? Then
look no further for this is your opportunity to find out. London has some of the best football clubs in
the UK, including 6 in the Premier League.
Wherever you are in London, you are never far from footballing
Stadium is definitely the Holy Grail of
football! Every football club dreams of
playing at this legendary stadium especially in the final of the Emirates FA
Cup watched by thousands of spectators.
Countless football legends have played on this hallowed turf, used the
changing rooms and stood on the winners podium.
Now you can follow in their footsteps discovering what it is like to
walk through that Players Tunnel onto the grounds. You can feel the weight of a replica of the
Emirates FA Cup, sit in the manager’s hot seat in the Press Room and go behind
the scenes to discover the secrets of this wonderful stadium.
Within easy travelling distance of the Park
Grand Hotel Kensington Hotel are two of the top London clubs – Arsenel and Tottenham Hotspur. Both clubs welcome visitors and offer some
really special behind the scenes insights.
At Arsenel you can book a Legends tour and be guided around by a top
player, explore the Directors Box, the dressing rooms and head coach’s office
as well as discovering the team’s heritage in the Arsenal Museum. The stadium itself is very special as it is
one of the most technologically advanced in the world.
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Over at Tottenham Hotspur, new developments on site mean that you can take
part in a unique sky walk, as well as taking a behind the scenes stadium tour
experiencing the journey a player takes on a matchday, while discovering all
the secrets of running such a massive stadium. And of course, not to be missed
is a visit to the club Museum and Hall
Are you a Chelsea fan? Then enjoy a good
breakfast at your Kensington
hotel restaurant and head for Stamford
Bridge where you will find the largest football museum in London with lots
of hands on activities to be enjoyed.
Recall memories of their most famous games, and watch some on video, as
well as exploring the stadium itself.
The one- hour tour takes visitors all round the building, from the
depths of the dug outs to the press interview room and of course, the tension
of pitch side.