Top 10 sporting events in London for May 2017

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Some big events taking place at Wembley Stadium this month. The Fa cup , English soccers crown jewel will be played at Wembley. It is always a sellout and always a big event in the sporting calendar. There is also Show Jumping, World Wide Wrestling, Womens Soccer Cup final, Basketball, Running, and Cricket. For a full detailed list of all our recommended top sporting events, then look below for a more detailed list.

No. 1. 8th to 9th May “WWE Live” at The O2. Let’s get ready to rumble as World Wrestling Entertainment returns with hi-octane matches between some of the sport’s biggest stars. The London showdown includes a WWE Universal Championship match between Seth Rollins and Kevin Owens plus Roman Reigns, Sheamus, Sami Zayn, Chris Jericho, Enzo Amore and Sasha Banks. Tickets: £25 to £85.

No. 2. 11th to 14th May “Royal Windsor Horse Show” at Windsor Castle. Five-days of the elite competition which features 5* Show Jumping, 4* Dressage, Nations Cup Carriage Driving and 2* Endurance. Tickets: £17 to £27.50.

No. 3. 13th May 2017 “The SSE Women’s FA Cup Final” at Wembley Stadium. This is the best of women’s football coming to a grand finale at Wembley. Tickets: From £15.

No.4. 13th May 2017 “Premier league football Tottenham Hotspurs v Manchester United” at White Hart Lane. Tottenham are still challenging Chelsea for the title and United as still trying to qualify for the Champions league, so both clubs need the win. This should be a really exciting game with both clubs desperate to score.

No.5.  14th May 2017 “BBL Basketball Play-Off Finals” at The O2. The last two teams standing in the men’s and women’s competitions head to London to compete for the last piece of silverware on offer during the 2016-17 campaign as part of a BBL and WBBL play-off double-bill. Tickets from: £16 to £125.

No.6. 17th May 2017 “Tower of London run” at the Tower of London. Take on a 5k or 10k run. Take part for this truly unique charity event, where you’ll walk, jog or run laps around the Tower’s famous moat, all in the fight against heart disease.

No.7. 21st May 2017 “The FA’s Non-League Finals” at Wembley Stadium. Just a week before the main event, this is the competition that all amateur teams would love to win, with the added bonus of playing at Wembley, every youngsters dream is to to play in a Wembley cup final and this is their chance to make their dream come true. So far the final teams have not won their semi’s so the final teams have not been named yet. Tickets are £25.

No.8. 27th May 2017 “FA Cup Final” at Wembley Stadium. If you’re lucky enough to get tickets to the FA Cup final, you’re in for a real treat – seeing a moment of English football history from the stands at the famous Wembley Stadium. At this point, the two teams taking part in the final have not yet played their semi finals, so we don’t know who the finalists are. Who ever gets to pay at Wembley they will certainly want to finish the day as victors. As always the FA cup is one of the top British sporting spectacles.

No.9. 29th May 2017 “England v South Africa – 1st Test” at Lord’s Cricket Ground. Top quality cricket from two top teams. Tickets: £50 to £110.

No.10. 29th May 2017 “England v West Indies – Final Test” at Lord’s Cricket Ground. A chance to see two top teams in action. Tickets: £20 to £70.

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