UEFA Champions Festival
Taking place from 21 to 28 May, the UEFA Champions Festival will have something for everyone in the lead-up to the final at Wembley.
Speakers’ Corner in Hyde Park should prove an ideal setting for the UEFA Champions Festival, a week-long celebration of football leading up to the UEFA Champions League final at Wembley.
Following the successful fan-based activities organised in Paris (2006), Athens (2007), Moscow (2008), Rome (2009) and Madrid (2010) in recent years, the Festival will feature attractions and activities to appeal to all ages.
With free admission for all visitors and an exciting plan of events, the Festival will enable football fans and novices alike to experience something of the magic of the UEFA Champions League final, regardless of whether they are attending the match.
From photo opportunities with the UEFA Champions League Trophy, to reliving the greatest moments in the competition’s history, via the chance to meet legendary former players and take part in football skills clinics, there will be activities to suit all ages and tastes.
The Festival will be staged from Saturday 21 May to Saturday 28 May, closing just a few hours before the final at Wembley.
Saturday 21–Sunday 22: 12.00–22.30
Monday 23–Thursday 26: 12.00–20.00
Friday 27: 12.00–22.30
Saturday 28: 09.00–17.00
Nearest tube station: Marble Arch