Top 10 Sporting events in London for May 2016

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The soccer season comes to an end this month, so if you are coming to London in May then take the opportunity to go to one of the last matches of the season. The Premiership league always finishes on a high with the FA cup final at Wembley Stadium, if you require tickets and are finding it hard to get then contact Harmony Cars on 07976 374498 and they can help you get the tickets for the game for the game of your choice. As well as football there are a couple of other sporting events taking place, see below our selected top 10 of sport in London for the month.

No 1.   2nd May “Premiership Football Chelsea V Tottenham Hotspurs” at Stanford Bridge. Tottenham must win to have any chance of overtaking Leicester who are at the top.

No 2. 2nd May “Gumball 3000 Rally” starts at Regent St. The Gumball Rally started as a celebrity-clad road trip, which has seen the likes of Johnny Knoxvilleexperience an adrenaline fuelled-adventure, driving incredible cars and attending glamorous parties. Now in its 17th year, the legendary road trip will see participants drive 3,000 miles from Dublin to Bucharest – in just seven days. The cars will pass through more than five countries before reaching their destination. Be sure to catch the rally as it stops in London before continuing towards the finish line in Bucharest. Fans will experience a taste of the excitement as a free rally festival will be hosted in the heart of the city. The location is still to be announced but the site will be transformed to host a variety of entertainment, from music concerts, displays of rare and beautiful cars, spectacular car shows with A-list performers, to sports stars showing off their skills with action sport demos.

No.3. 7th May “Premiership Football Tottenham Hotspur V Southampton FC” at White Hart Lane. This is a massive game for Tottenham if they want to keep there Premiership dreams of winning the title alive.

No.4.   7th May “Premiership Football Crystal Palace V Stoke City” at Selhurst Pk. 9th to 22nd May”LEN Aquatic European Championships 2016″ held at the London Aquatic Centre. Don’t miss one of Europe’s most exciting aquatics events, taking place at London Aquatics Centre. The continent’s best swimmers, divers and synchronised swimmers will battle for champion status less than three months before the start of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Absent from the UK for 23 years – and London for 78 – only the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games better the LEN European Aquatics Championships in size and scale. More than 900 athletes are set to descend on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park with the championships – the last chance to see those selected for Team GB for Rio 2016 compete on home soil before the games. Britain isn’t just the host nation but also the nation to beat having topped the swimming and overall medal tables for the first time at the last LEN European Aquatics Championships in Berlin in 2014.A total of 27 medals – 11 gold, eight silver and eight bronze – were brought home from Germany to mark the most successful ever European Championships for a British team. Tickets for the LEN European Aquatics Championships 2016 are on sale now.

No.5.   10th May “Premiership Football West Ham V Manchester United” at Upton Park. 9.45 pm kickoff, this is a big game for United who are still trying to finish in the top four and qualify for European cup football.

No.6. 14th May ” SSE Women’s Football FA Cup final” at Wembley Stadium.

No. 7.   15th May “Premiership Football Chelsea FC V Leicester City” at Stamford Bridge.

No.8.   15th May “Premiership Football Arsenal FC V Aston Villa” at Emirates Stadium.

No.9.   15th May “Premiership football Watford V Sunderland” at Vicarage Rd.

No.10.   21st May “FA Cup final” at Wembley. Football’s biggest competition. The FA Cup Final, played at London’s iconic Wembley Stadium, brings the nation to a standstill and attracts millions of viewers from around the globe. The finalists have not been named at present but who ever is in the final they will go all out to make the game exciting entertaining. If you’re lucky enough to get tickets to the event, you’re in for a real treat – watching a moment of English football history from the stands at the iconic Wembley Stadium. Those who choose to watch the match on TV are spoilt for choice in London. If you fancy a pint with your football, why not soak up the atmosphere in a traditional English pub while watching the game? Perhaps you’d prefer to watch in one of London’s dedicated sports bars. It’s an experience you’ll savour for years to come. For those not so keen on seeing the game: a hot tip is to hit the shops – they’re usually nice and quiet during the match!

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