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    Five Of The Best Football Stadiums In London

    Tottenham Hotspur Stadium- The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is the home of Tottenham Hotspur in north London, replacing the club's previous stadium, White Hart Lane. It has a capacity of 62,303, making it one of the largest stadiums in the Premier League and the largest club stadium in London.

    Craven College Stadium- The name itself sounds pretty cute, donít you think? Fulham FC calls Craven Cottage its home, and it has been so since 1896. Fulham itself is Londonís oldest professional football club and has had an interesting history. Owner, Mohammed Al Fayed, erected a huge statue of Michael Jackson within the clubís grounds when the singer died, and this is a must-visit area for fans. A pretty stadium, on the banks of the famous River Thames, you can tour this small stadium on a Sunday. London is full of football teams, and weíve only mentioned a few, but in terms of the best, these five are certainly up there. If youíre only going to visit one, then at least make it Wembley.

    Stamford Bridge Stadium- Home to Chelsea FC, this is a historic stadium. Many clubs tend to move home from time to time, upgrading and so forth, however, Chelsea have been here since 1905, so you can experience history at every corner. The tour will thrill fans, with videos about what happens on a match day, as well as getting to check out every nook and cranny of Chelsea FCís home.

    Emirates Stadium- Arsenalís home stadium is a must-see affair, housing 60,000 people. The tour will take you through the playerís tunnel, pretending youíre a player yourself, as well as the illustrious trophy room. Arsenal is one of the most successful clubs in English football history, having gone unbeaten during the 2003/4 season. The stadium itself is certainly a treat for the eyes.

    Wembley Stadium- Without a doubt the best stadium in London, if not Europe. This is the second-largest stadium in the whole of Europe, behind Barcelonaís home stadium. All manner of important matches is held here, including national games and the FA Cup final, to name just a couple. The 90,000 seat stadium was renovated and re-opened in 2007, and a tour is a must; you can even check out the 1966 World Cup trophy which the home team won to great applause.

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    The finest football stadium in London

    Griffin Park – Brentford,
    Craven Cottage – Fulham,
    Beveree Stadium – Hampton and Richmond Borough,
    Loftus Road – QPR,
    Kingsmeadow – AFC Wimbledon, League One

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