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Football's (possibly) coming home, and one London neighbourhood is right at the heart of the action. Wembley Park is of course home to Wembley Stadium, which is hosting eight matches of the 2020 UEFA European Championship this summer — including the final.
But that's not all: whether or not you were lucky enough to snag a match ticket, there's no shortage of things to do in Wembley Park to get you into the Euro 2020 spirit.
Cheer on the Three Lions in style with the help of Wembley Stadium's official merch store or enjoy up to 70% off premium sportswear by the likes of Adidas, Puma, and Nike at London Designer Outlet.
Immerse yourself in football history with a stroll down the Avenue of Champions, or a visit to the Bobby Moore Mural, which is part of Wembley Park's incredible free outdoor art trail. A new addition to the trail is JR's spectacular Inside Out exhibition on Wembley Park Boulevard. As part of the capital's Euro 2020 celebrations, the renowned French photographer is capturing stories of Brent locals and other Londoners during the tournament.
On non-Wembley match days, you can catch all the Euro 2020 action on the big screen at BOXPARK Wembley. Here you'll also find a whole floor of gaming, including axe-throwing, shuffleboard, and the hugely popular Pop Golf course, in case all the action on the pitch isn't enough to exhaust your competitive spirit.
BOXPARK Wembley also happens to be street food heaven, so you'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to lining your stomach. Elsewhere in Wembley Park, you'll find 50+ other dining destinations, from family-friendly favourites like Wagamama, to the extremely Instagram friendly Haute Dolci dessert parlour.
Wembley Park's jam-packed Euro 2020 programme is part of the neighbourhood's wider Summer of Play festival. This free, family-friendly series of events includes live music, outdoor film screenings, and other open-air antics across northwest London's liveliest neighbourhood.
With so much going on, it's not surprising that Wembley Park is fast becoming a rental hotspot. Quintain Living's stylish collection of brand new apartments are tempting enough on their own, but add flexible tenancies, zero hidden fees (incredibly, that includes no deposit), and pet-friendly buildings into the mix, and it's no wonder that London renters are flocking here.
Find out where to watch football and celebrate Euro 2020 in this exciting new neighbourhood.
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