Football World Cups in London
Football may finally be coming home as strong bids have been submitted, showing how London can hold successful and spectacular World Cups in 2018 and 2022.
London has a wealth of great grounds such as Wembley Stadium, London Olympic Stadium, Arsenal's Emirates and Tottenham Hotspur's new stadium, as well as 12 dedicated training grounds. Rugby will also give football a helping hand by offering Twickenham Stadium. London's football grounds are also well spread over the city, decreasing burdens on local transport and venues and supporting the bid's theme of 'spread and engagement'. By effectively utilising all these excellent football stadiums, London is sure to be a strong favourite for the upcoming World Cups.
London's host city bid for the Football World Cup was presented by a local Hyde Park football team inside Wembley Stadium. They represented fans across London and the UK as they emphasised how much Britains love the beautiful game. Parks across the UK are regularly filled with footballs for friendly kick-abouts.
London is also perfect for the World Cup because of its diverse culture meaning that all 208 nations in the FIFA World Cup already have well represented communities.
As well as all this, London has a huge range of luxury London hotels
, restaurants, parks and top iconic attractions
making London an excellent leisure city.
A rich, colourful World Cup, spread across London and taking advantage of all the city's benefits is a hard bid to turn down. Backed by both private and public investment, London's World Cup bid is tipped for success. Fingers crossed! (Look-out for that England final at Wembley!!!)
About the Author: This article was written by the author for www.lth-hotels.com, official website of London Town Hotels Limited, fastest growing London hotels
About London Town Hotels
London Town Hotels Limited
162, Cromwell Road, Kensington, London W2 1TS
‹ Back to London Articles
You can also e-mail us your London articles if you have had a remarkable experience in London, and there's something you want to tell all about.