London sits atop the rankings of three major independent indices, as the world’s leading destination for sporting events. The city has an unparalleled range of world class facilities available, and also the expertise to develop suitably world-class events to fill them.
The officials at The Holiday Inn London West stated that the city is full of passionate fans, international media ready to communicate, and large, varied and exciting range of budget hotels in Wembley to accommodate sports fans from all over the world. London is one of the world’s best connected cities, with five international airports, rail links across the UK and Europe, and a sophisticated network of roads and public transport attracting millions of visitors every year to enjoy their favourite sporting events. If you too are planning a trip, check out the cheap & budget Hotels in Actor near Twickenham and Wembley Stadium to catch the best matches.
Cancer Research UK’s London Winter Run on February 5
This will be an opportunity to raise money for the charity. In 2016, more than 15,000 people bore the cold to run 10 km through the closed roads of Central London. This event became immensely popular, with thousands of runners negotiating a route past top sights, such as Nelson’s Column, St Paul’s Cathedral, The Bank of England, and many more.
English Football League (EFL) CUP FINAL 2017
The 2016–17 EFL Cup will be the 57th season of the EFL Cup. It was formerly known as the Football League Cup and featured all 92 clubs from the Premier League and the English Football League (EFL). It began in the week of August 8, 2016 and concludes with the finals on February 26, 2017. Last year saw Liverpool clash against Manchester City for a match that saw the two teams play all the way through to penalties! Considering the excitement of last year’s EFL Cup final, there’s little doubt that this year will be just as exciting! The match will be held at Wembley Stadium.
The Clash of Bath Rugby v Leicester Tigers at Twickenham Stadium
Heroes of England Rugby, including George Ford, Anthony Watson, Jonathan Joseph, Manu Tuilagi, Ben Youngs and Dan Cole, will clash against each other, alongside international stars such as Wales’ Taulupe Faletau, Australia’s Matt Toomua and South Africa’s Francois Louw and JP Pietersen in April 2017. Outside the stadium, there will be a feast of food and drinks, stage acts, interactive simulations and fans thronging to cheer their players into battle. The event promises to be one of the classic rugby clashes of the season.
IAAF World Athletics Championships 2017 in August
The World Athletics Championships will take place at The Stadium in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The World Athletics Championships in Beijing, in 2015, saw lots of fantastic performances. Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park hosted the 2012 Olympics and is now preparing to bring back the roar with 3,300 athletes from across the globe battle it out for world domination. It is estimated that up to 4,000 volunteers will play a key role in the running of the 20 days of the Championships.
If you want to enjoy these events in person, make sure you book yourself into one of the cheap & budget hotels in Acton near Twickenham Stadium to stay in close to the action.