Premier League kick-off in London

On August 11th in 2017, it is time for the Premier League kick-off in the 2017-2018 season. The kick-off will be made at Emirates Stadium in London where Arsenal will play against Everton.

London is the capital of England and what better place to have the Premier League kick-off, than in the capital of the nation. And what better place for a Premier League kick-off, than at the Emirates Stadium.

There will be several matches played in London already during the Premier League kick-off weekend. In addition to the match between Arsenal and Everton on August 11th, there will be two more matches played in London on August 12th.

Lots of great Premier League football coming up in London
Lots of great Premier League football coming up in London

More Premier League matches in London

On August 12th last years champions Chelsea will be visited by Burnley at Stamford Bridge. While Chelsea plays at Stamford Bridge, Selhurst Park will be packed with Crystal Palace fans cheering for their team to beat the newly promoted Huddersfield. Our guess is that after these matches, nine out of nine possible points will remain in London. But, what about the other London teams?

What about the other London teams?

Tottenham will play their first Premier League match on August 13th. They will then travel to St James Park, where they will play against another newly Premier League promoted team, Newcastle. A few hours later Manchester United will have their Premier League premiere in the new season. On the other side of the field, another London team will fight for at least one point, West Ham United.

Watch Premier League matches in London

There are lots of Premier League matches played in London almost every weekend during the season. Would you like to be there at one or more of these matches? You can read more about the different Premier League clubs here in our London Guide. You will also be able to find links to sites where you can buy tickets for the different matches.

For more general information about London and what’s happening in the city, read around here in our London Guide.

London rejoice with Chelsea and Arsenal

With two London teams in the Champions League group stage everyone in London watched their TVs yesterday evening or sat in a pub watching Arsenal play against Olympiacos and Chelsea play against Porto. Well, the most lucky ones were at Stamford Bridge watching Chelsea beat Porto 2-0.

Chelsea and ArsenalBefore the evening started there was a fear that the Champions League would continue without more than 1 team from England in total, and that team would be Manchester City. But, luckily due to the heroic matches played by Arsenal in Greece and Chelsea in London the English football is not in a crisis, because 3 out of 4 teams qualifying for the Champions League knockout stage is not that bad at all really.

In Greece were Arsenal played Giroud became the big hero with his three goals, while Chelsea as a team played heroic football and Mourinho was cheered on from the stadium as the team managed to qualify for the knockout stage.

We are really happy about this and that means that we will be able to watch some really interesting Champions League knockout stage matches in London in the early months of 2016 as well. That means that you have one more reason to visit London in 2016, and right now if you are in London we encourage you to check out and visit all the different Christmas markets in town and maybe celebrate the success of Arsenal and Chelsea there.

Tonight Tottenham, a third team from London, will play against AS Monaco at White Hart Lane. Spurs will qualify for the knockout stage in the Europe League no matter what will happen tonight, but hopefully Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen will play some magnificent football and lead their team to an easy victory and a comfortable group stage victory tonight.

If you want more information about the Premier League or maybe you are already preparing for the Euro 2016, just click the links.

You can also read more about Premier League clubs in London here in our London Guide, so happy surfing!

Premier League start coming up

West HamOn August 8th and 9th it will be time for the kick off for the Premier League 2015-16 season. As always there are several teams from London in action and if you come to London for this weekend then the most interesting matches will be Chelsea vs Swansea City and Arsenal vs West Ham United.

The match between Chelsea and Swansea City will be played at 17.30 on August 8th at Stamford Bridge, in other words, at the home ground of Chelsea in London. The match between Arsenal and West Ham United will be a real London derby between the big favorites Arsenal (which is one of the big favorites to win the Premier League this season) and the little brother West Ham United. The latter match will be played on August 9th starting at 13.30.

This will give us all a great start on the upcoming season and we look forward to following the London teams as they advance in the 2015-16 season. Read more about Premier League clubs in London here.

Premier League kick-off this weekend

Premier League kick offIt is only two days to go, and then it is time for the kick-off for the 2014/2015 Premier League season. This will be one crazy season with tons of highlights, and already in the first round we can be prepared for two London derby’s.

The first match in the Premier League will be played between Manchester United and Swansea on August 16th. Then some hours later lots of teams with play their first match in the season and we get to London derby’s already the first weekend. So, if you are looking for matches with tensity and fun and you are in London, make sure to check out the match between West Ham and Tottenham, or if you are more of an Arsenal fan, enjoy Arsenal vs Crystal Palace. Another profiled London team is Chelsea, but they will only start their season on Monday as they will play against the newcomer to Premier League, Burnley.

Premier League always gives a boost to tourism, so make sure to come to London and check out all the beautiful and interesting attractions, of course combining it with a magnificent football match.

If you can not come to London but still want to see Premier League, there are lots of way of watching Premier League online, but in all matters you will need a subscription to watch.

Coldplay London June 1st&2nd

Coldplay LondonOne the homefield of Arsenal a giant concert will be arranged on the first day of June in 2012 (now also on June 2nd). Coldplay is coming to town! This will be the event of the year in 2012, and it will be a wonderful start to a summer which will also bring the Summer Olympics to town. This is your chance to visit the Emirates Stadium and listen to Coldplay at the same time. Tickets are available, but you better hurry up!

Did you know that Coldplay was formed in 1996, and today the band consists of four members. They have released several albumbs, and their latest album titled Xylo Myloto was released in November 2011, and by the end of the year it was the most sold Rockn Roll album in England in 2011. That says a great lot about the popularity of this band consisting of Chris Martin, Jonny Buckland, Guy Berryman and Will Champion. If you would like to see Coldplay in Paris, the popular band will perform there on September 2nd, at Stade de France.

Coldplay London 2012
Emirates Stadium
June 1st, 16:00 – June 2nd, 16.30

Tickets: WorldTicketShop –

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