Top 10 Sporting events in London for April 2016

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April is going to be very exciting if you follow football. The top 4 teams are all trying to get as many points as possible with less than a dozen matches left till the end of the season. At the moment it looks like a two horse race between Leicester the current league leaders, and Tottenham who are just 5 points behind. Most of the current Premiership games are sell out but if you are still interested in getting tickets call Harmony cars on 07976 374498 and they may be able to help you.

No 1. 2nd April 2016 “Premiership Football Arsenal FC V Watford FC” at Emirates Stadium. The Gunners play the Hornets in this Barclays Premiere League home fixture.

No 2. 9th April 2016 ” Premiership Football Tottenham Hotspur V Manchester United” at White Hart Lane. Spurs take on the Red Devils, in this crucial Barclays Premiere League home fixture, Spurs need to win to keep their hopes alive to lead the Premiership.

No. 3. 9th April 12:45 “Premeirship Football West Ham V Arsenal” at the Boleyn Ground. Arsenal still in with a chance to win the league so a win against their London rivals is a must if they still want to finish champions

No.4. 9th April 2016 “A Night Of World Championship Boxing” at The O2. Anthony Joshua MBE takes on his yet to be announced opponent in a night of boxing.

No.5.   16th April 2016 “Premiership Football Arsenal V Crystal Palace” at Emirates Stadium. The Gunners play the Eagles in this Barclays Premiere League home fixture.

No.6. 16th April 2016 “Premiership Football Chelsea FC V Manchester City” at Stamford Bridge. The Blues play the Sky Blues in this Barclays Premiere League home fixture.

No. 7. 23rd to 24th April 2016 “FA cup Semi Final Watford v Crystal Palace” at Wembley Stadium. Quique Sanchez Flores’ Golden Boys to take on the Eagles at Wembley Stadium in the last four of the FA Cup… WATFORD will face Crystal Palace in the Emirates FA Cup Semi-Finals at Wembley Stadium. The Hornets booked their place in the last-four thanks to a 2-1 Quarter-Final win at Arsenal , with goals from Odion Ighalo and Adlene Guedioura. Watford have also defeated Newcastle, Nottingham Forest and Leeds in previous rounds. Meanwhile, Palace knocked Reading out,and having previously beaten Southampton, Stoke and Tottenham Hotspur. The other Semi Final will be between Everton v Either Manchester United or West Ham. The Semi-Finals will be split across the weekend, the games are to be confirmed once TV rights holders have decided upon their preferred schedule.

No.8. 23rd April 2016 “Premiership Football Tottenham Hotspur V West Bromwich Albion” at White Hart Lane. Spurs take on the Baggies in this crucial Barclays Premiere League home fixture

No.9. 24th April 2016 “Virgin Money London Marathon 2016”. Be part of the Virgin Money London Marathon 2016. Whether you run, walk or cheer from the side-lines, this is a London sporting institution. Every year, approximately 36,000 people run the 26.2-mile (42.2km) marathon through the streets of London. Some run for personal achievement, some to raise money for their favourite charity; and many run in outrageous fancy-dress. Previous years’ costumes have included a giant penguin, a London bus, Superman, and a slow-moving snail. The Virgin Money London Marathon is open to all abilities, from beginners to professional athletes. Celebrities who have run the London Marathon in previous years include Princess Beatrice, Gordon Ramsay, Agyness Dean and Ronan Keating. The London Marathon Route runs just south of the Thames through Greenwich and Blackheath. After crossing the river on Tower Bridge, runners pass some of the capital’s famous landmarks, including the Coca Cola London Eye and the Tower of London, before finishing in front of Buckingham Palace. With such vast and impressive scenery, it’s no wonder the organisers have dubbed it a “historical jog around London”.

No.10.   30th April 2016 “Premiership Football Chelsea FC V Tottenham Hotspur” at Stamford Bridge. The Blues play Spurs in this Barclays Premiere League home fixture.

 

 

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