If you’re a football fan, it’s thankfully not hard to catch your favourite team playing – even if you can’t be there in person.
In fact, there have never been so many ways to watch football, whether you’re at home, at a mate’s house or out and about with friends.
But we think there are five ways in particular which are worth any football fan’s time. So, without further ado, here are five ways to watch football both now and in the future.
1. At Home
There’s nothing like having all of your home comforts to hand while settling into a big – or small – game.
The best thing about watching football at home is that you get the absolute best seat in the house and can gorge on any type of food or drink you like without paying a fortune for it!
It’s also one of the best ways to share the beautiful game with your mates, so why not invite everyone around next time your team features on TV?
2. In The Stadium
Nothing really beats football when its played at your club’s home stadium.
Thanks to the latest stadium design, which is gradually making its way around clubs throughout the UK, the choice of seats available ensures everyone has an unbridled view of the action.
There’s also nothing quite like the atmosphere you get at a game when you’re there live.
3. Down The Park
If you want to get your football fix but either can’t afford a ticket or simply want to head back to grassroots, you can do a lot worse than head down to the local park.
On Saturdays and Sunday, you’ll usually find a whole bunch of amateur leagues taking place, and you’ll be in for a treat.
You may even spot some homegrown, young talent, because some of the biggest players in the game today started at the lowest leagues possible. Imagine if you remember spotting the next Gareth Bale at your local park!
4. In The Pub
Beer, mates and football really do go hand-in-hand, and if you’ve got a pub nearby with a sports license, there’s nothing better than heading down to watch the big game.
Most pubs have absolutely nailed the experience too, and if you pick a venue with plenty of screens and space, you’ll be in for an incredible atmosphere – particularly if it’s a European game or World Cup match.
5. At Your Dream Stadium
For most people, this is a once in a lifetime thing, and it’s 100% worth investing in if you’re a big football fan.
There’ll almost definitely be a stadium you’ve dreamed about visiting. You’ve seen it on TV and read about its mystique. Imagine actually being there.
This is why it’s a great idea to earmark a future date where you’ll finally visit that stadium and suck up the atmosphere. Trust us – it’s worth saving for!
We hope you’ve found our list useful at at time when fans across the world want to watch as much football as possible, regardless of where they are or what’s going on in the world.
What’s your favourite way to watch football?