London is a city that keeps its visitors spellbound every time with its numerous historical and cultural landmarks, a city that houses all manner of tourist attractions, perhaps only too many to be able to savour them all, especially if your stay is limited to a few days only. We’ve compiled a list of the most notable and noteworthy landmarks of the city that you simply must see.
Stamford Bridge is one of the most famous stadiums in the world, as well as the stadium with the longest tradition in Britain. It is the home of Chelsea footbal club. The stadium was actually supposed to be the home of Fulham, but this plan never came true. Many matches of the national team of England took place gere, and Stamford bridhe was the host of the European Cup Finals. This stadion has a capacity of 40 thousand spectators, making it the largest stadium in the Premiere League, with the average English stadium having the capacity of around 30 thousand.
Emirates Stadium is home to the legendary FC Arsenal, one of the best soccer clubs in England. It was officially opened in 2006, and is one of the largest stadiums in England, with the capacity for around 60 thousand spectators. It is the fourth-largest stadium in the country, and one of the rarest which was top rated by FIFA from the very begining, which means that it is able to host all of the most important football events.
Wembley Stadium is one of the most important soccer stadiums in England, and is currently the largest stadium in England, as well as one of the largest in the world. Wembley was the setting of the 1966 finals, and has been the host of five Champions League tournaments. Apart from soccer matches, the stadium was the host of the 1948 Olympics, as well as the venue in which concerts of some of the most famous performers were played, including Queen, Guns N’ Roses and Michael Jackson.