Where to find the best indoor sports venues in London

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Whether you want to watch sport or take part, there’s plenty of indoor venues across London where you can show off your skills, support your favourite team and let your competitive streak shine through.

Many are accessible by public transport and are situated near to The Montcalm Hotel London, which will ensure that your overnight stay is as stress-free as possible.

Flight Club Shoreditch

2A Worship St, London EC2A 2AH

Situated in the heart of trendy East London, this is a great spot to visit if you are away with friends and fancy challenging them to a few games of darts. The laidback décor and electric atmosphere is sure to get you in the mood and if it doesn’t, you could always sample some of their delicious cocktails. Fancy even more drinks when you leave? The Montcalm Hotel London has a great selection available at the bar.

Twickenham Stadium

Whitton Rd, Twickenham TW2 7BA

It’s the home of England rugby and can seat up to 82,000 spectators. It’s also the largest dedicated rugby venue in the world, so is well worth a visit for fans of the sport. There’s no need to just watch rugby when you’re here either. You can explore the World Rugby Museum or even enjoy a guided tour of the stadium. Our hotels near Old Street Station are situated nearby.

All Star Lanes

95 Brick Ln, London E1 6QL

There’s nothing quite as fun as challenging your friends to a game of bowling, and this retro inspired alley is sure to unleash your competitive side. Put on the silly shoes and see if you can out bowl your fiercest opponent. The fun doesn’t need to end here either, as after there is plenty of yummy food and drinks to indulge in and even the chance to sing your heart out at the karaoke bar.

Bounce Old Street

241 Old St, Hoxton, London EC1V 9EY

Head to Europe’s largest indoor Ping Pong venue, where live music and a fully-stocked bar is sure to get you in the mood. You can play singles or doubles and choose to take it as seriously as you want.

Wembley Stadium

London HA9 0WS

It’s the national stadium of the England football team and was reopened in 2007 following a huge rebuild. It is the second largest stadium in Europe and took over 3 years to build.

It’s not just sports games that have graced the venue either, as world-famous site is the place where Take That performed a record-breaking eight consecutive nights of performances.

If you are visiting with the whole family, it is well worth embarking on a tour of the stadium, which will give you the chance to see some of the most unforgettable behind-the-scenes locations including the England Dressing Room, Player’s Tunnel, press rooms and much more. The guided tour will also gain you access to some of Wembley’s historical treasures including the 1996 World Cup crossbar.