Top 10 sporting events in London for September 2016

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Holidays are over and London’s sport is back to a full programme, this month we feature Cycling, Soccer, WWE Wrestling, Rugby and Basketball. We have picked 10 of the best for you to go and see if you are in London, so till next month enjoy, and remember if you need any transport to take you to any of the listed events then give Harmony Cars a ring on 07976 374498 and they will be happy to arrange a chauffeur car to take you there.

No. 1. 3rd to 10th September ” Men’s FIBA EuroBasket 2017 Qualifiers” at the Copper Box Arena. Olympic Park, Stratford. Get courtside and cheer on Team GB in the Men’s FIBA EuroBasket 2017 Qualifiers. Over the course of three nights the team will take on FYR Macedonia, Luxembourg and Hungary as they bid to once again return to the Final Round of the FIBA EuroBasket. Dates for the games are as follows: Great Britain v FYR of Macedonia – 3 September, Great Britain v Luxembourg – 7 September, Great Britain v Hungary – 10 September. Tickets: £15.19

No. 2.   6th September “WWE Live” at The O2. World Wrestling Entertainment returns with hi-octane matches between some of the sport’s biggest stars including Roman Reigns, Sheamus, Bray Wyatt, Ryback, Demon Kane, The Dudley Boyz, The Wyatt Family and more. Tickets: from £25 to £65

No. 3. 10th September ” Premiership football. Arsenal v Southampton” at the Emirates Stadium. Interesting fixture with Arsenal coming runners up to Leicester last season they will want to make every match count, and for Southampton they will want to show that they can still compete with the best.

No.4. 10th September ” Premiership Football. West Ham v Watford” at the Olympic Stadium Stratford. The home team will be fairly evenly matched with the visitors and both will fancy their chances of coming away with the 3 points. Kick-off is 15.00 p.m.

No.5. 11th September “Cycling: Tour of Britain”. See the climax of the Tour of Britain as the world’s top cyclists arrive on the streets of London for the final stage in the prestigious race. Starting in Glasgow on 4 September, The Tour makes its way through Scotland, Wales and England to London, where spectators can see the world’s top cyclists negotiate the thrilling route. Riders will start and finish on Regent Street, taking in some of the city’s most famous landmarks, including Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, The Strand and Whitehall throughout the 16 laps of the 6.2km (3.85-mile) circuit. There will be three sprints as part of the race, with vital bonus seconds up for grabs. The circuit race has previously been won by the likes of Mark Cavendish and Bradley Wiggins. Check the official “Tour of Britain” web site for full details of the riders, events and activities during the race day.

No.6.   13th September “England v Australia in Four Nations” at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. One of Rugby League’s biggest tournaments, the Four Nations, is coming to London this November. See home nation England take on World Cup holders Australia in what promises to be a thrilling match and a great day out for all the family. This is the sixth game of the tournament, which is being played across several venues across the country. Tickets: From £25

No.7.   16th September “Premiership football. Chelsea v Liverpool” at Stamford Bridge. Both teams have got off to a winning start, both have high profile managers and players. Who will win this game remains to be seen but both teams like to score lots of goals and Liverpool already put 4 past Arsenal so this should be a very exciting game. Kick-off is at 20.00 p.m.

No.8. 18th September ” Premiership Football. Tottenham Hotspurs v Sunderland” at White Hart Lane. This is a game Spurs would expect to win, however there are no certainties in football and I am sure Sunderland will do all they can to get at least a point. A Lot will probably rest on Harry Kane If he has started to find his form and start scoring goals

No.9.   24th September ” Premiership football. Arsenal v Chelsea” at the Emirates Stadium. A big game for both teams. This London derby is always an exciting fixture and with Chelsea under new management this game will be a lot more interesting

No.10.   25th September “Premiership football. West Ham v Southampton” at The Olympic Stadium, Stratford. Two teams equally matched, both hungry for a win, who will be the victor? hard to say but I can promise I good exciting hard fought match by both teams.

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