The most famous sporting venues in London and where to find them

sporting venues

Whether you’re a fan of the nation’s favourite, football or love nothing more than watching the Six Nations, you’ll be glad to know that there is nowhere quite like London when it comes to watching and exploring sport.

The capital city is home to some of the most iconic stadiums that are visited by millions of people each year. While you’re in the city, be sure to take the opportunity to head to the ones that appeal to you the most before spending the evening at the Montcalm Royal London City Hotel.

Wembley Stadium


London HA9 0WS

When it comes to football stadiums, none have reached icon status quite in the same way that Wembley has. It is the undisputed home of British football and the renowned FA Cup and with over 5 million visitors flocking here every single year, it’s easy to see why it continues to be such an awe-inspiring place for visitors.

Twickenham Stadium


Whitton Rd, Twickenham TW2 7BA

If you’re a rugby fan, a visit to this famous rugby stadium is well worth your time while you are spending the weekend at the Montcalm Royal London City Hotel. You’re sure to be blown away by the sheer size of the stadium that holds an impressive 82,000 spectators. Twickenham also offers fans much more than just the chance to visit a sporting destination. While here, be sure to immerse yourself in the history of the stadium by taking part in a tour and visiting the fascinating World Rugby Museum. You could even take a trip to the Rugby Store and be sure to find out if there are any live music events taking place while you are in the city.

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park: The Copper Box Arena


Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E20 3HB

If you fancy getting active after you’ve taken advantage of some of our best spa packages London be sure to visit The Copper Box, which was the first venue in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to reopen to the public. Here you can take advantage of all of the facilities on offer by working up a sweat in the gym or just take some more time out to relax by enjoying coffee and café at the on-site café. The venue is now home to the London Lions basketball team and is considered a major venue for both sporting and musical events.

Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum & Tour



All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club (Championships) Ltd, Church Road, SW19 5AE

Tennis fans will love the opportunity to learn about how tennis has evolved over the years and is now considered to be one the major sports that is played globally. Get stuck into exciting interactive and audio games that are available in 10 languages as well as marvel at donated items that are on display from some of the game’s most legendary players. Be sure to get your photo snapped next to all the stunning Championship trophies that are on display.