London Football Tickets

*** Updates

The Premier League 2019/2020 
The League ended after the clubs agreed to return to play on June 17 behind closed doors.

Here are the close game dates and where they are broadcast:

FA Cup quarter-finals

Norwich City Vs Manchester United. BBC OneJune 27 – 5:30pm
Sheffield United vs ArsenalBT SportJune 28- 1pm
Leicester Vs Chelsea BT SportJune 28 – 4pm
Newcastle vs Man CityBBCJune 28 – 6:30pm

FA Cup semi-finals will take place on July 18-19.
FA Cup final on August 1.

Champions League will probably resume on August 7.

Buying Tickets For Football Matches in London and Europe

We recommend buying tickets to football matches and other sporting events through authorised sites, including second-hand sites, but never from ticket touts or from sites that do not give you a guarantee.

We recommend to buy the ticket from a secure sites that also offer a level of guarantee, Most of the tickets are second hand (secondary marketplaces), prices might be higher or lower than face value tickets

Ticket Compare is A price comparison site between various sites like StubHub, Football ticket pad, Ticketnetwork, Seatsbay, Wowtickets, Live football tickets, SportsEvents365, Ticketmaster, Viagogo, Ticket4Football, The Ticket Factory and more websites that sell tickets in multiple languages, with multiple language support where you can find tickets to most English matches, including the Premier League as well as many European league matches, including UEFA Champions League, Europa League, FA Cup, FIFA World Cup and many more.

Tickets for football matches in London can be found when one of the London football team play at home.
You can find a dedicated page for each English premier league London football team here: ChelseaArsenalWest-HamCrystal Palace and Fulham (Fulham relegated in 2019).


Sporting events and especially football are like another religion for many British people, tickets to important events like semi-finals or derby match (such as Arsenal V Chelsea) are usually hard to find or very expensive and we therefore recommend you book early.

Sometimes tickets are limited to members or season ticket holders only and in these circumstances we recommend you buy a second-hand ticket, one which was brought by someone who can no longer attend (ticket returns).

London Football Tickets – How Does It Work?

Tickets for the larger football teams in London such (Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United, Fulham) are all sold first to members or season ticket holders. The priority on these lists depends on what type of membership you have.

As an example Arsenal has 4 levels:

Platinum / Gold Members

Silver Members

Junior Gunners Members

Red Members

On their official page you can see which tickets are currently available for sale to which matches and which level. Remember, these are the official tickets and you may still be able to find second-hand tickets on some of the sites listed above.

There is also a level called Non Member, although the chances of tickets being available at this level are slim to none, unless the team is doing particularly badly in the season and their supporters have given up or its a particularly uninteresting match, such as between the team and minor team or near the end of the season where the match has less impact on the overall position of the team in the league.

Your Options For London Football Tickets

Option 1 – Membership

Become a member of your chosen football team at the beginning of the season and then follow the team website to see when tickets at your membership level become available for sale.
This is recommended if you are planning on going to see many matches or are regularly in London.
You should note that one membership will only allow you to buy one ticket per match and sometimes there is a long waiting list for membership.

Option 2 – Club or Box

Buy a Club Level Membership (several thousand pounds) or a private box (several tens of thousands of pounds) at your favoured stadium.
This is recommended if you buy it to your business or plan to go to many matches and can afford it.

Option 3 – Second Hand Tickets


Buy your tickets from members who have already purchased tickets but then are not able to go to a match (second-hand tickets), sometimes this may even be your only option for matches that are officially sold out or very popular. This is also an opportunity to find cheaper tickets to less popular matches.
This is also, in our opinion, the best option for tourists or those who see only the occasional match.

You should be aware that tickets may not be cheap, and regularly cost more then £100 for important matches.

If you do decide to go for this option, we strongly recommend you only use sites that provide a guarantee, where you can be sure the tickets are real and the seller only receives your money once you have the tickets in your hands.
As there is a big difference between the tickets prices in each websites, We recommend to us a price comparison site that we believe are trustworthy as Ticket Compare it will help you to compare prices between the various sites that sell tickets on the same page.

What Not To Do

Do not buy tickets from ticket touts, especially not outside the football stadiums or on sites like eBay or gumtree. This is illegal, but you could also end up with fake tickets and loosing your money, if you do, not only will you be out-of-pocket, this may be the only football you see in London:

European Football Match Tickets

Like in London, most European football clubs operate a membership scheme, and if you are not a member you may not find tickets, You can find Europe wide football teams here

Tickets for Sports Events and Extreme Sports


The most popular sports in England are: Football, Tennis, Rugby and Cricket… but there are many other sports in the UK which you can find tickets for.

We have summarised a list of sites where you can find tickets to sporting events in London and sporting events where you can take part too.

Groupon Sport’s page is a good start to find tickets and special offer for sporting events and money off for sporting activities you can take part in.

If you are looking for extreme sports or outdoor activities you can find a whole range at:, paintball and Go Ape are favourites of ours.
Tickets To Sold Out Sporting Events –

A tour of Arsenal stadium (The Emirates Stadium)

A great football experience, although it does not include watching a match, is a tour of the famous Emirates Stadium, the home of Arsenal football club in London.

Tours are available on days when no match is due to be played and you can book yours here or in the official website

More stadium tours:

Chelsea FC Stadium Tour and Museum

London Stadium Tour (Former Olympic Stadium)

Twickenham World Rugby Museum and Stadium Tour

Wembley Stadium Tour

Premier League 2019-2020

The Premier League 2019/2020 season will start on the 10th of August 2019,

You can see The Premier league for 2019/2020 play time table here
The soccer teams are:

  1. Leicester City – King Power Stadium – Leicester
  2. Arsenal – Emirates Stadium – London
  3. Tottenham Hotspur – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – London
  4. Manchester City – Etihad Stadium – Manchester
  5. Southampton – St Mary’s Stadium – Southampton
  6. Manchester United – Old Trafford Stadium – Manchester
  7. West Ham United – Olympic Stadium – London
  8. Liverpool – Anfield Stadium -Liverpool
  9. Chelsea – Stamford Bridge Stadium – London
  10. Everton – Goodison Park Stadium – Liverpool
  11. Watford -Vicarage Road Stadium – Watford
  12. Crystal Palace –  Selhurst Park Stadium – London
  13. Bournemouth – Vitality Stadium – Bournemouth
  14. Newcastle United – St James’ Park Stadium – Newcastle upon Tyne
  15. Wolverhampton Wanderers – Molineux Stadium – Wolverhampton
  16. Cardiff City – Cardiff City Stadium –  Cardiff
  17. Burnley – Turf Moor Stadium – Burnley
  18. Brighton & Hove Albion – AMEX stadium – Brighton

Team that relegated in 2019

Huddersfield Town – John Smith’s Stadium – Huddersfield.
Fulham  – Craven Cottage Stadium – London.
Cardiff City – Cardiff City Stadium –  Cardiff.

*Disclaimer: We can not guarantee any tickets you purchase for third-party sites, so we recommend you read their terms and conditions and ensure there is sufficient time for your tickets to arrive if you have selected the post as your delivery method. Our recommendations are limited to the sites mentioned, but we do not guarantee the quality or service received for those sites.

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