10 Best Places To Watch A Football Match In Europe

Soccer or football, as it’s known in Europe, is by far the most popular sport game in the continent. If you’re planning on spending a weekend or a few days in Europe, you should try to catch a game. Here’s a list of the best places to watch a game

1. F.C Barcelona at Camp Nou, Barcelona – If you’re in Barcelona, one of the best attractions is of course the city’s football team – F.C Barcelona. Here you get to watch one of the best football teams in the world in one of the largest stadiums in the world, and join almost 100,000 fans in singing and cheering the team

F.C Barcelona at Camp Nou, Barcelona

F.C Barcelona at Camp Nou, Barcelona

 

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2. Real Madrid at Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid – Another epic stadium and another epic team. Real Madird is arguably the best football team in the world. Join the other 85,000 spectators and watch Cristiano Ronaldo and his friends put on a show just for you

Real Madrid at Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid

Real Madrid at Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid (source: uggboy)

 

3. Manchester United at Old Trafford, Manchester – With a crowd of 75,000 fans, watching a home game of Manchester United – perhaps the most beloved team in the world, will for sure be an unforgettable experience

Manchester United at Old Trafford, Manchester

Manchester United at Old Trafford, Manchester

4. Bayern Munich at Allianz Arena, Munich – If you’re spending a few days in Munich, you must check Bayern Munich’s games schedule! The Allianz Arena is the perfect place to watch Arjen Robben, Franck Ribéry and the rest of their friends play the game to perfection

Bayern Munich at Allianz Arena, Munich

Bayern Munich at Allianz Arena, Munich

 

5. Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium, London – There are so many things to do in London, and so many tourists attractions, but if you have some time – try to catch an Arsenal game or a Chelsea game. The Emirates Stadium which is the home stadium for London’s Arsenal team, was opened in 2006 and can hold a cheering crowd of 60,000 fans (and tourists)

Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium, London

Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium, London

The Emirates Stadium, London

The Emirates Stadium, London

 

6. A.C. Milan or Inter Milan at San Siro Stadium, Milan – Spending some time in Milan? This old city is more than just the world capital of fashion. It’s also the home for two of the strongest soccer teams in Italy. Be among 80,000 spectators in the San Siro stadium and watch a home game of A.C. Milan or Inter Milan. Maybe you’ll even catch the Milan Derby between the two teams, or as it’s called in Italy: Derby della Madonnina. Click here for a list of the best attractions in Milan

A.C. Milan or Inter Mila at San Siro Stadium, Milan

A.C. Milan or Inter Mila at San Siro Stadium, Milan (source: oscar federico bodini)

A.C. Milan or Inter Mila at San Siro Stadium, Milan

A.C. Milan or Inter Mila at San Siro Stadium, Milan

 

7. A.S. Roma or Lazio at Stadio Olimpico, RomeRome is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. There are so many things to see and do in Rome, and watching a football game is one of them. Visit the the Stadio Olimpico and watch a Lazio game or a A.S Roma game. If you’re lucky you might catch the derby of Rome: the Derby della Capitale

Stadio Olympico, Rome

8. Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, London – Back to London, the home stadium of Chelsea, the famous Stamford Bridge, is much older with more history than the Emirates stadium of Arsenal. It is also much smaller with a capacity of only 42,000

Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, London

Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, London

 

9. Paris Saint-Germain at the Parc des Princes, Paris – Between a visit to the Louvre and the Eiffel tower, try to find the time to watch Paris Saint Germain, or PSG at the Parc des Princes stadium. Click here for a list of the 10 best attractions in Paris

Paris Saint-Germain at the Parc des Princes, Paris

Paris Saint-Germain at the Parc des Princes, Paris

 

10. Liverpool F.C. at Anfield, Liverpool – The legendary Anfield stadium is the home stadium for Liverpool team. The stadium was opened in 1884 and has a capacity of 45,000 sits. If you have some free time in Liverpool, be sure to get on a Beatles tour, and try to catch a game at Anfield

Liverpool F.C. at Anfield, Liverpool

Liverpool F.C. at Anfield, Liverpool

         

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