Champion deals with 2FOR1!
Published 23/06/2016, by Aimee
What a month for football! The UEFA Euro 2016 competition comes to a close plus millions of people will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of England’s famous World Cup 4-2 win against West Germany in 1966.
But what happens when the roar of the crowd has died down? Is it really all over? Of course not, because we’ve got 2FOR1 offers on stadium tours. So get your footy fix with a behind-the-scenes peek at your favourite ground year round. Score!
Wembley Stadium Tour
With 90,000 seats, Wembley is home to the biggest names in sport and music. Your tour includes the England dressing rooms, the England managers’ press conference room, the players tunnel and Wembley’s historic treasures such as the 1966 World Cup Final Crossbar. So even if your team doesn’t ever make it to Wembley - you still can!
Arsenal Stadium Tour
Go great guns at the state-of-the-art Emirates Stadium. Let a host of Arsenal stars share their match day experiences, hear from manager Arsene Wenger in the changing room, listen to the roar of the crowd as you walk down the tunnel and explore the interactive museum
Chelsea Stadium Tour
Fly high at Stamford Bridge, home of Chelsea FC. Your guide will provide insights in-to the club’s illustrious past and give you access to areas normally reserved for players and officials. You can combine your tour with a visit to the Chelsea FC Museum.
Manchester Utd Stadium Tour
Come and see what really goes on at the Theatre of Dreams. Old Trafford is home to one of the biggest football brands in the world. Your tour includes the Sir Alex Ferguson Stand, the players’ dressing rooms and a walk through the players’ tunnel in the footsteps of so many footballing legends. A red letter day indeed.
Hampden Park Stadium Tour
Experience Scotland’s national stadium as players do on a match day – visit the underground roadway, team changing rooms and get the chance to strike a ball in the Hampden Hotshots gallery and have the speed of your shot electronically measured. Walk down the tunnel, hear the “Hampden Roar” before climbing the stairs to the cup presentation area.