Experience the famous North London derby like a local – and see a different side to England’s capital.
Life in London can be summed up in one word – “busy”. But Londoners still find time for sport – and the intense North London Derby shows that football plays a huge part in London life.
Arsenal and Spurs are separated by just four miles and are natural enemies.
Arsenal ruled North London for decades, but Tottenham’s resurgence has added extra spice to this fixture. So as well as local bragging rights, there are now league places and a shot at glory up for grabs.
Whenever these two meet, it kicks off big time. And although there might not be much pyro, there’ll be so much noise you won’t miss it one bit.
Led by your local guide, you’ll experience a different side to London and the North London derby.
You’ll mix with local fans on matchday and get the inside track on London’s football culture. All before taking your place to watch world-class Premier League football in front of a raucous crowd.
It’s impossible to see all of London in three days. But this weekend of local food, wonderful stadiums, and a top-class derby is a great place to start.