Sport tourism is an increasingly popular form of travel, and when it comes to popular sports, football, or soccer, is undoubtedly number one worldwide. Even when the football leagues are on their summer breaks you can still practice sport tourism by visiting your favorite stadiums so we’ve compiled a handy list of 8 of Europe’s most popular football stadiums that offer tours of their installations year-round. Enjoy!
Stadium name: Stamford Bridge
Location: Stamford Bridge, Fulham Road, London, England, SW6 1HS
What you’ll see: Tour the home & visitors dressing rooms, players tunnel, pitchside, dugouts, press room, the official Museum…
Tour & Museum
- Adult (16+ years): £18
- Child (5-15 years): £12
- Under 5: Free
- Senior Citizen or Student: £13
- Family Ticket (2 adults & 2 children): £54
- Adult (16+ years): £10
- Child (5-15 years): £8
- Under 5: Free
- Senior Citizen or Student: £9
- Family Ticket (2 adults & 2 children): £32
More information or to book your Stamford Bridge tour online here.
Stadium name: Camp Nou
Location: Carrer d’Aristides Maillol, Barcelona, Spain, 08028
What you’ll see on the Camp Nou Experience: Tour the Camp Nou installations, including the away team changing room and the players’ tunnel, the dugouts, the press room, commentators box, the Museum and the Multimedia zone. The tour lasts about 90 minutes.
- Adult: €23
- Child (6-13 years): €17
- Infant (0-5 years): Free
- Senior Citizen or Student: €17
- Large family (need to present documentation): €17
- Members: Free
More information or to book your Camp Nou Experience tour online here.
Real Madrid C.F.
Stadium name: Santiago Bernabéu
Location: Av de Concha Espina, 1, Madrid, Spain, 28036
What you’ll see: Panoramic view of the Stadium, Museum with exhibition of trophies, tour of the field, Presidential Box, players’ tunnel, dressing rooms, press room, and official shop.
- Adult: €19
- Child (5-14 years): €13
- Infant (0-4 years): Free
- Members: Free
More information or to book your Bernabeu tour online here.
Stadium name: Ashburton Grove (Emirates Stadium)
Location: 75 Drayton Park, London, Greater London, England, N5 1BU
What you’ll see: Both the self-guided and Legend tours take you on an interactive tour of the Arsenal Museum where you can see exhibits like Michael Thomas’ boots from Anfield ’89, Charlie George’s 1971 FA Cup final shirt and Alan Smith’s shirt from 1994’s European Cup Winners Cup Final. The Stadium tour takes you through the changing rooms, down the players’ tunnel, and more…
Self-Guided Audio Tour Pass (includes Museum)
- Adult: £17.50
- Under 16: £9
- Family (2 Adults, 2 children under 16): £42
Guided Legends Tour (includes Museum)
- Adult £35
- Under 16: £18
- Adult: £7
- Under 16: £4
More information or to book your Emirates Stadium tour online here.
FC Bayern Munich
Stadium name: Allianz Arena
Location: Werner-Heisenberg-Allee 25, Munich, Germany, 80939
What you’ll see on the Arena Tour: Visit the middle tier, main stand lower tier, press conference area, dressing rooms, players’ tunnel, mixed Zone/media area, and promenade/stadium exterior.
- Adult (14+ years): €10
- Child (6-13 years): €6.50
- Infant (0-6 years): Free
- Students, seniors, disabled, trainees, military/civilian service, unemployed, benefit recipients: €9
More information or to book your Arena tour online here.
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