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Host city

As a global city, London remains one of the most diverse, exciting and dynamic places to visit. Not only is it the most connected city on earth, England’s thriving capital offers a world-class experience, celebrating international sport like no other.

Once in a life-time experiences await new and returning fans in London – a city bursting with energy, creativity and opportunity.

Best things to do in London

Did you know?

It was at the Freemason's Pub in Covent Garden where the Football Association (FA) was founded in 1863. Over the course of five evenings, the pioneers of football as we know it set the first 13 laws of the game, making the Freemason’s Tavern (as it was called back then) the birthplace of association football. While the pub is not a typical tourist destination per se, it celebrates the Football Association with a display of memorabilia and is also a great place to watch the match.

Sky Gardens

Book a free visit to the Sky Garden to capture breathtaking 360-degree views of London.

The hidden gem

The Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew is the perfect place for a break without having to leave the city.

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
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Free museums worth the wander

The Natural History Museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the National Gallery, the British Museum and the TATE Modern all offer free entry.

London markets

Borough Market, open Monday to Sunday, is London’s oldest food market. Over in the East End, check the Broadway and Columbia Road markets for delicious street food and some colourful scenery.


Westminster is one the most historical areas in London; from the Houses of Parliament to Buckingham Palace and the Churchill War Rooms, Westminster is a historian’s delight.

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Top Tip

More information about attractions across the capital is available at Visit London.

Where to stay in London

London has plenty of accommodation options fitting all needs and budgets. Plan your stay in the city, with a vast range of hotels near Wembley Stadium, London’s top attractions, or different corners of the capital.

Top Tip

Accommodation rates may increase closer to the tournament. Book early for the best deals.

Eat and drink

No matter what part of the city you’re in, London has restaurants to suit every taste and budget. From traditional British dishes to food from every corner of the globe, London has something for everyone.

Explore food options

Nightlife including pubs and bars

London has one of the best nightlife scenes in the world. Sun yourself at a rooftop bar or in beer gardens; enjoy the views from a riverside pub; sip on classic and quirky creations at cocktail bars; or watch your favourite team at a sports bar. Whatever your tipple of choice, you will find it in London.

Plan a night out in London

Tourist info

Friendly Host City Volunteers and Stadium Volunteers will be out and about around the city centre and Academy Stadium on Women’s EURO matchdays. Locations for dedicated information points with volunteers will be announced closer to the tournament.

Another great source for the latest information is Visit London.

Local emergency services

As in all British cities, sometimes accidents happen. We want you to be safe and stay well but if you are in a life-threatening situation, you should contact the Emergency Services by calling 999 – this will connect you to Fire, Police and Ambulance services.

If you need medical assistance for a problem which is not life threatening, call the health service helpline on 111 where advice will be available from trained personnel.