Genting Arena NEC Birmingham
The Genting Arena (formerly The LG Arena) has recently been refurnished and is now a 21st century visitor attraction, after the site’s former NEC Arena was given a £29 million funding package that includes a major sponsorship deal with giant Casino and Leisure Complex operators Genting.
Arena Birmingham (formerly Barclaycard Arena) is one of the most sought after and busiest large-scale indoor sporting and entertainment venues in Europe and plays host to around 130 events every year. The site has enjoyed music from the iconic style of Michael Buble, Queen, One Direction, Justin Bieber and Olly Murs to the rock’n’roll of Oasis and Coldplay to the enjoyment of the ever-popular Strictly Come Dancing
Wembley Stadium London
From England's glorious World Cup victory in 1966, the unforgettable Live Aid concert in 1985, FC Barcelona's stunning UEFA Champion's League triumph in 2011 or the historic ongoing tradition of the FA Cup Final, Wembley Stadium is one of the most famous stadiums in the world. With its striking, highly visible Arch 133 metres tall sitting above the north stand and visible right across London ensuring that there are no pillars in the new stadium which could obstruct the views of fans.
Twickenham Stadium London
Twickenham Stadium, the home of England rugby. Seating an impressive 82,000 spectators, Twickenham is the largest dedicated rugby union venue in the world. It's hard to believe that this historic venue began life as a humble cabbage patch, but that's exactly what it was before the RFU purchased the land for just over £5,500 in 1907. The first game was played in 1909 - a battle between local sides Harlequins and Richmond - and here we are, over 100 years later, still going strong.
Principality Stadium Cardiff Wales
Since opening in June 1999 The Millennium Stadium in Cardiff has welcomed, on average, over 1.3 million visitors per year. Sporting the first fully-retractable roof in the UK, the venue is at the leading edge as a multi-purpose, multi-faceted event venue. In 2016 the stadium was officially renamed The Principality Stadium and boasts a UEFA 5-Star rating and has hosted matches from two Rugby World Cups including the Final in 1999, witnessed two Wales Grand Slam successes in the RBS Six Nations, staged six showpiece FA Cup Finals, hosted Olympic Football in 2012 plus hosted the major artists of the music business with a plethora of major concerts and motorsports events on its CV.
The Championships, Wimbledon, commonly known simply as Wimbledon, is the oldest tennis tournament in the world, and is widely considered the most prestigious and has been held at the All England Club in Wimbledon, London since 1877.
Wimbledon is one of the four Grand Slam tennis tournaments, and is the only one still played on grass.
The tournament takes place over two weeks in late June and early July, culminating with the Ladies' and Gentlemen's Singles Final, held on the second Saturday and Sunday of July respectively.