Football pitches in: London

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    ARCHBISHOPS PARK
    Carlisle Lane, London, SE1 7LE (0.8 miles)
    No grass pitchesArtificial pitches: 1Floodlit pitches: 1Changing roomsNo parking availablePublic booking available
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    COLOMBO SPORTS CENTRE
    COLOMBO CENTRE COLOMBO STREET, LONDON, SE1 8DP (1.0 miles)
    No grass pitchesArtificial pitches: 2Floodlit pitches: 2Changing roomsNo parking availablePublic booking available
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    QUEEN MOTHER SPORTS CENTRE
    223 VAUXHALL BRIDGE ROAD, LONDON, SW1V 1EL (1.1 miles)
    No grass pitchesNo artificial pitchesNo floodlit pitchesChanging roomsNo parking availablePublic booking available
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    GERALDINE MARY HARMSWORTH SPORTS FACILITY
    GERALDINE MARY HARMSWORTH PARK, SPORTS FACILITY ST GEORGES ROAD, LONDON, SE1 6ER (1.2 miles)
    No grass pitchesArtificial pitches: 3Floodlit pitches: 3Changing roomsNo parking availablePublic booking available
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    BLACK PRINCE COMMUNITY HUB
    5 BEAUFOY WALK, LONDON, SE11 6AA (1.2 miles)
    No grass pitchesArtificial pitches: 3Floodlit pitches: 3Changing roomsParking availablePublic booking available
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    WARREN SPORTS PITCH
    THE WARREN WHITFIELD PLACE, LONDON, W1T 5JX (1.2 miles)
    No grass pitchesArtificial pitches: 1Floodlit pitches: 1Changing roomsNo parking availablePublic booking available
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About London

The hundreds of football pitches available to hire in London testify to the fact that football is the capital’s most popular sport.
Home to some of the country’s best football teams, London’s reputation for football is formidable. Of its fourteen professional teams, six are in the Premier League and a further three are in the Football League Championship.

Fulham is the oldest club still playing professionally, having been founded in 1879, while London’s most successful teams are Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur.

London is home to England’s national stadium, Wembley, which is where the England team is based. Wembley has been the traditional host of the FA Cup Final since 1923 and has a seating capacity of 90,000, making it the biggest stadium in the country and the second biggest in Europe.

In addition, the capital boasts numerous other large stadiums, whose famous names include Stamford Bridge, the Emirates Stadium and White Hart Lane.

English football’s governing bodies are also based in London, including the headquarters of the Football Association and the offices of the Premier League.

From five-a-side football pitches for the keen amateur to the country’s largest stadiums, London’s footballing facilities are hard to rival.

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