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Sport The first ever football game in history was played in Britain nearly 150 years ago, and since then it has grown to become the most popular sport in the country – if not the world! Football is part of British culture, as much as the Queen, afternoon tea or a red double-decker bus. If you get the chance, visit a local stadium to really experience the exhilarating atmosphere of the roaring crowd. Alternatively, if you can't get a ticket, pubs are always great places to watch a match, enjoy a drink or a tasty meal and join the locals in cheering on the team. Britain isn't only about football. We have a long and diverse sporting history, and friendly matches, games, athletic competitions and meetings – of every sporting persuasion – are held throughout the year. And of course we have numerous world-class sporting venues regularly hosting crucial international games and sporting events. Make sure you take time out to see an event during your visit and discover the famous British 'sportsmanship'.
The beautiful game and not only a sport in Britain but a way of life. Players like England ace David Beckham have turned heads all over the world and made teams like Manchester United and Arsenal household names. Football has seen the arrival of huge numbers of international stars over recent years including Lampard, Rooney (Manchester United), as well as far travelled stars such as swashbuckling Aussie forwards like hot property Harry Kewell (Liverpool) and Mark Viduka (Middlesborough). This multi-cultural mix and more makes the English league one of the most infamous, dramatic and exciting competitions not just in football but of any sport.
Football is the most popular sport in Britain, and there are lots of places you can play. Many parks have dedicated grass or concrete football pitches you can play on when they're not in use. If they're in use, why not ask the group playing if you can join in? There are also thousands of local football pitches in Britain, ranging from full-size to 5-a-side. You'll find these pitches in local leisure centres and residential areas. You can use most local pitches free of charge, but some pitches, such as those in leisure centres, may charge a small fee. To find your nearest football pitch, use the Register of English Football Facilities' Pitch Finder (www.reff.org.uk/pages/pitch_finder_ie.asp). If you're staying in Britain for a while, why not find out about your local team, and ask to join? Almost every area of Britain has a local, non-professional football club playing once a week (usually at weekends) - ask your local leisure centre for details. Alternatively, you can get a group of friends together and start your own team. There are local leagues your team can join, or you can just get together and play for fun.
Britain is also home to a number of football academies, where children can improve their football skills and learn new techniques. Here's a list of some football academies in Britain: Man Utd Soccer School (www.manutdsoccerschools.com/) David Beckham Football Academy (www.thedavidbeckhamacademy.com/) European Football Camps (www.footballcamps.co.uk/index.htm#GenralInfo) London Football Academy (www.londonfootballacademy.co.uk/) Scottish FA Residential Football Schools (www.scottishfa.co.uk/coaching_and_playing.cfm?curpageid=1350) Most football academies offer training for both boys and girls, and can range from 1-day to 1-week courses with food and accommodation. Places book quickly during school holidays, so it's best to book early. Contact the relevant football academy for more information
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