Feb 06 2017

Principality Stadium

With a capacity of nearly 75,000 fans, the Principality Stadium is one of the most atmospheric stadiums in the UK – when the roof is closed, the atmosphere is bottled up and reaches a cauldron of noise unlike anywhere else in the world! Slap bang in the middle of Cardiff and only 5 minutes away … Read More

Feb 06 2017

Cardiff City Stadium

The Bluebirds have been in their new stadium since 2009 and it is one of the most up to date, modern stadiums out there with fantastic sight lines and good seating areas. The team has been trying to change its identity for the last few years, and the live music in the USW Stand as … Read More

Feb 06 2017

Aviva Stadium

With a capacity of over 50,000, the Aviva has been home to the Irish national teams since 2010 when they moved from historic Lansdowne Road. There are not any more atmospheric stadiums in the country and when the crowd bursts into song it feels like the whole county is singing. Being just 6 years old, … Read More

Feb 06 2017

Windsor Park

Windsor Park is the home of both Linfield FC and the Northern Ireland national football team. It has undergone a redevelopment in the past year to counter the increasing success of the national team – raising the capacity to 18,000. It also has fantastic seating and great sight lines with state of the art concourses … Read More

Feb 06 2017

Pittodrie Stadium

The 22,000 capacity stadium is one of the oldest in the country – having actually been opened in the 19th Century! It has witnessed some incredible nights over the years, including Sir Alex Fergusons amazing win over Bayern Munich! Success has followed and in recent years Aberdeen have been title and cup contenders going toe … Read More

Feb 06 2017

Victoria Park

The 6,500-capacity stadium is located in Scotland’s Highlands and has played home to Ross County for nearly 100 years. It has seen the team have an incredible rise to the top level of Scottish football, having previously been a non-league side. Every game is a big one for these fans, and it is no surprise … Read More

Feb 06 2017

Murrayfield

The home of Scottish Rugby – Murrayfield is among the most historic and most atmospheric stadiums in the world. With phenomenal seats and acoustics – it provides a hair raising experience when the crowd passionately launches into ‘Flower of Scotland’. 67,000 roaring Scots is a sight you have to see, and with the national team … Read More

Feb 06 2017

Dens Park

With a capacity of near 12,000 and with a history that stretches back to 1899, Dundee FC have called Dens Park home for a long time. Don’t worry though, the stands have been updated since then! The East and West stands are behind the goals and so offer fun views of all the action. The … Read More

Feb 06 2017

Tynecastle Stadium

Heart of Midlothian Football Club has called Tynecastle Stadium home since 1874 and the 17,000-capacity stadium has witnessed some incredible days most recently the Scottish Cup win in 2012! Hearts or as they are also known ‘The Jam Tarts’ offer something for everyone – from areas that the most fervent Hearts fans can sit, to … Read More

Feb 06 2017

SSE Arena Belfast

As well as being home to the Belfast Giant’s Ice Hockey team, the SSE is an 11,000 seater capacity stadium that hosts some of the biggest concerts and events in the county. The arena has excellent sight lines to the stage as well as fantastic acoustics that makes the evening a memorable one. Based on … Read More