If you’re a fan of the beautiful game, there are a few football-related things that you should definitely think about adding to your bucket list…
Seeing a truly amazing player in action
There are a number of football players at ronaldo.com, like Ronaldo and Harry Kane, who amongst others, are the top of their game right now and who easily stack up to some of the greats of the past like Maradona and Pele, who every football fan should aim to see at once in their lifetime. Then, when you’re older you can look back and tell your grandchildren about the time you saw the legendary X in action.
Play football at the top of a skyscraper
In Tokyo, it is possible to play football atop a huge skyscraper with a 270-degree panoramic view of the busy Shibuya sector.
The Adidas Futsal Park is an amazing attraction that enables visitors to partake in the beautiful game ten storeys up. You might enjoy the football., but you’ll love the views you have and the bragging rights you earn even more. What better reason to combine your love of travel with your love of the beautiful game?
Do the World Cup
The World Cup is the pinnacle of football’s achievements over the years. It brings the world’s nations together via their most elite football players and has them duke it out for sporting glory. If you’re a serious football fan, this is one event that needs to be on your bucket list. Not only do you get to see some of the best footballing action on the planet, but you’ll have an amazing time meeting fans from all over the globe, sharing in their joys and losses and experiencing some of your own. It’s a mind-blowing experience.
Enjoy a pie in Morecambe
From the World Cup to…Morecambe? Really? Yes, if you enjoy that staple of football stadium food that is the humble pie, anyway. Morecambe’s pies are winners in the Football category of the British Pie Awards no less than four times. Their chicken and leek pie is to die for and you certainly wouldn’t be disappointed by their Dessert champion pie – sultana, apple and cinnamon – either.
Start a football chant
There’s nothing quite like the simple thrill that comes from starting out your very own football chant and having potentially thousands of people join in and start singing along right with you. Even Jack White no less has said that it’s popularity in the terraces is one of the best things that could have possibly happened to him. You may not be quite as talented as him, but you could still come up with a chant that clicks.
Do a Derby Day
Derby days, where two long standing local teams duke it out for soccer supremacy are one of the greatest joys of football. The atmosphere’s electric, the emotions are running high and the stakes have never been greater – it’s a footballing experience like no other and you’ll love it.