Guest Blog: Five things I absolutely loved about the NFL International Series at Wembley Stadium

I went to the first game of the NFL International Series at Wembley Stadium last week and it was SO. MUCH. FUN! Here’s what I loved most: http://blog.ticketmaster.co.uk/sport/five-things-absolutely-loved-nfl-international-series-wembley-stadium-29317/   Hello Wembley! Looking good for the #nfl🏈 game today #jagsvcolts #internationalseries #nfluk #wembley #americanfootball #twitter A post shared by Ticketmaster UK (@ticketmasteruk) on Oct 2, 2016 at…

Barbarians v Argentina @Twickenham Stadium, 21/11/2015

I admittedly don’t know much about rugby, well, nothing would be more accurate. So this being my second rugby game, I will refrain from making remarks about the actual game proceedings as I don’t think I’m the right person to judge. On the atmosphere however, I can absolutely report. It was a very cold November…

ENG v FRA @Wembley Stadium, 17/11/2015

England’s 10th and final game of 2015 saw them beat France 2-0 and brought the seventh win of the year for the men’s team. The game was meant to be a friendly, in aid of Breast Cancer Research. After Friday night’s shootings in Paris the game took on whole new meaning. The arc over Wembley…

Women’s FA Cup Final @ Wembley Stadium, 01/08/2015

It was the first time the women’s FA cup final took place at Wembley Stadium and rounded up the successful year for women’s football in England after the ladies came third in a historic finish at the World Cup in Canada. The final score of 1-0 saw Chelsea ladies defeating Notts County ladies with one…

England v Germany @ Wembley Stadium, 19/11/2013

Happy early birthday present to me! If there is one football classic it is England v Germany. Though we (Germany) always win… well, most of the time anyways. And we did win again this time. This was also my first football match in the UK, and at Wembley. So special. It was a girls’ night…

NFL @ Wembley Stadium, 29/09 & 27/10/2013

You can’t deny the atmosphere of American sports, especially the NFL. If you have ever been to a sporting event in the US, you’ll know what I mean. It’s very different to sports in the UK or Europe in general. Here, sports are mainly attended by males, and it is always a competitive, sometimes hostile…