With just three months to go until the start of the FIFA Women’s World Cup in France, the footballing public in Europe are slowly beginning to sit up and take notice. As men’s and women’s leagues across the continent move into their final phases, it’s heartening for fans to know the action won’t end in May.
Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, the 6th largest stadium in Europe, has a grandeur and presence that demands your attention. From the outside you can tell it is going to be special; it is only when you step into the arena that you understand what all the fuss was about – stunning!
Ebb Stadium is a proper football ground. Visit if you enjoy the character, heritage, smells and down to earth culture that made football what it is today. Whilst the club is on the rise, this likeable club it is still in need of every penny.
The Stade de la Liberation has real character, looks great under the lights and is located in a town that has plenty to explore. With the football team in form and the ancient architecture to explore, ground hopping in Boulogne-Sur-mer should be on your bucket list!
When North London side Tottenham Hotspur finally open their brand new stadium, it will become the seventh permanent ground in the English Premier League with a capacity of 50k+.