Info Twickenham Stoop is an outdoor sports stadium in the western suburbs of London. Twickenham Stoop is most commonly used for rugby and is home to both the Harlequins rugby union team and the London Broncos rugby team. Twickenham Stoop was built in 1963 and was initially named “Stoop Memorial Ground”, after ... more
Twickenham Middlesex, TW2 7SX
Info White Hart Lane, built in 1899, is a football stadium in Tottenham, England. The stadium, which is known amongst fans as “The Lane,” is home to the Tottenham Hotspur football club. Beyond national football matches, other games at White Hart Lane include England under-21 football matches, boxing matches and in 1995 and 1996 ... more
46 White Hart Lane
London N17 8DP
Info Home to association football club Fulham F.C. since 1896, Craven Cottage is located along the Thames next to Bishop’s Park. A capacity of 25,700 often fills the stadium to the brim, cheering on the Whites in matches against the likes of Liverpool and Manchester United. There was indeed a Craven Cottage on the grounds, built ... more
London SW6 6HH
Arena / Concert Venue
Info Originally known as the Empire Pool, Wembley Arena was constructed in 1934 for the British Empire Games, and contained a large swimming pool that was later used in the 1948 summer Olympics. The venue housed performances by musicians and comedians, as well as sporting events. At the time, notable performers included The ... more
London HA9 0DH
Stadium / Stadium
Info The Boleyn Ground, located in Upton Park, is home to the West Ham United Football Club. Usually referred to as “Upton Park,” Boleyn Ground has a capacity of 35,016 ardent fans on two levels of seating. In 1912, the club first rented the stadium’s grounds, which picked up the Boleyn name from one of its buildings, reported ... more
Upton Park, London E13 9AZ
Info The All England Lawn Tennis Club is an exclusive private members society that hosts the prestigious Wimbledon Championships tennis tournament every summer. Originally founded in 1868 as a croquet and tennis club, it was moved to its current location in Wimbledon in 1922 in order to expand and accommodate for the popularity ... more
London SW19 5AE
Info Stamford Bridge, also known as “The Bridge”, is a football stadium that is home to the wildly popular Chelsea Football Club. Stamford Bridge opened in 1877 and became Chelsea FC’s home ground in 1905. Stamford Bridge is in London’s Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, and is one of the larger stadiums within the Premier ... more
London SW6 1HS
Info Home to the Queens Park Rangers FC since 1917, Loftus Road, built in 1904, is the smallest ground in the English Premier League. Located in Shepherd’s Bush, London, the 18,360-capacity stadium has four stands that meet without gaps, making for an insular atmosphere. Usually referred to as QPR, the Queens Park Rangers club ... more
South Africa Road
London W12 7PA
Info Home to the Reading Football Club and the London Irish rugby union club, Madejski Stadium is located in Reading, Berkshire. The 24,161-capacity stadium was built in 1998, and it has a shiny gloss that sets it apart from the many historical football stadiums in the country. Each of the four stands has concourse refreshments ... more
Junction 11, M4
Reading, Berkshire, RG2 0FL
Info Vicarage Road (“The Vic”), built in 1922, is a stadium in Watford, Hertfordshire, England. The Vic, with a capacity of just under 20,000, is the home of the Watford football club as well as the Saracens rugby union club. The ground, opened by Benskins Brewery in the 20s, was finally purchased by Watford in ... more
Vicarage Road Stadium
Watford, Herts WD18 0EP
Info Selhurst Park is a football stadium and events facility located in the suburbs of London in the Borough of Croydon. Selhurst Park officially opened in August of 1924 and has since hosted a number of different events. The stadium is currently the home of Crystal Palace Football club and has a capacity of about 26,300. In ... more
Selhurst Park Stadium
London SE25 6PU
Concert Venue / Stadium
Info Wembley Stadium is a football stadium located in the borough of Brent, London. Opened in 2007, it was built on the site of the previous 1923 Wembley Stadium, one of the world’s most famous football stadiums until its demolition in 2003. With a 90,000-person capacity, the venue is the second largest stadium in Europe and ... more
London HA9 0WS
The best musicians, artists, and athletes in the world need to play on the biggest stages, and the city of London provides in spades with massive arenas, complexes, and stadiums befitting the amazing sports and music that comes through on a daily basis.
Starting off with sports, all of the London football clubs have their own temples of sports worship. Arsenal plays at Emirates Stadium, Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, Tottenham at White Hart Lane, West Ham at Boleyn Ground, Queens Park at Loftus Road, Fulham at Craven Cottage Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park, and Charlton at The Valley. Emirates and Stamford Bridge are both enormous, seating 60,000 and 40,000+ respectively.
For other sports, there’s the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club where Centre Court fills up with 15,000 tennis fans during Wimbledon, while the Olympic Stadium and Wembley Stadium host national and international competitions like the Olympics and even NFL football. Lord’s Cricket Ground, meanwhile, is the biggest cricket pitch in London seating 28,000 spectators.
Many of the stadiums in London also double as music venues as Wembley hosts the biggest international superstars in the business, while the O2 Arena, which seats 20,000 is home to everything from WWE wrestling, tennis tournaments, and touring rock stars like The Rolling Stones, Rihanna, Coldplay, and Drake.
There are so many London stadiums, it’s hard to name them all in a short space, but rest assured if you’re looking for incredible music or the best in sports, there are stadiums for every occasion.