As American professional football continues to grow in popularity outside the United States, we are delighted that the National Football League (NFL) London Games (sub-series of the NFL International series) returns to UK shores once again with four fixtures planned. Two games are taking place at Wembley Stadium and the other two games are at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. If you are planning your visit, then these recommendations from our Driver Guides for each of the match venues should come in handy.
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
All travel information, train times, ticket collection and in depth information can be found in Tottenham Hotspur’s comprehensive Game Day Guide.
Good places around Tottenham to celebrate your wins or drown your sorrows…
There is not much to tickle your taste buds around White Hart Lane or the Tottenham area, so you may be better to choose from the wealth of restaurants and bars within Tottenham Stadium itself. Our Guides recommend, Michelin star restaurant Galvin or if you want to stick to liquids, the stadium boasts its own microbrewery Beavertown .
Good places around Wembley to celebrate your wins/drown your sorrows…
If you are heading into central London pre or post game you should try The Admiralty in Trafalgar Square, Rileys Sports Bar in Haymarket or Sports Bar and Grill in Marylebone (not far from the Baker Street main line which goes to Wembley Park station).
Visiting with children? Want to see the sights while you are in town?
Why not support your team and explore the capital while you are in London with one of our expert Cabbie Guides. They would love to take you on a Classic London Tour to see all the famous sights or if you are feeling a little homesick you may prefer our American Heritage Tour.
Whatever spare time you have, whatever you would like to see, we can tailor a tour to suit your needs. So, let the games begin, and enquire with us today.