Many hoped football was coming home. Here at TrackDays.co.uk, however, we believe it never left - thanks to our amazing range of footie related experiences.
If you're a fan of the beautiful game, or know someone who is, then look no further as we've got more stadium tours than you've had half-time pies (that is not a guarantee!).
Tackle the Capital
London is home to two of the biggest football clubs on the planet – Sutton United and Leyton Orient. Following close behind are Arsenal and Chelsea.
Despite their lesser known status. They do have very impressive stadiums which can be enjoyed courtesy of a stadium tour with TrackDays.co.uk.
A behind the scenes tour of either the Emirates Stadium or Stamford Bridge will give you a true feel of the ground.
A stadium tour of Old Trafford in Manchester is the perfect experience for many southerners who, for some unknown reason, swear their allegiance to a club hundreds of miles away in a city they've probably never visited or have any connection to.
So whether you have a valid or totally baffling reason for supporting the Red Devils, then enjoy an Old Trafford Stadium tour with TrackDays.co.uk by your side.
Note, TrackDays will not, literally, be by your side. Prawn sandwiches are also not included.
For many years, Manchester City has been in the shadow of its illustrious neighbour Salford City FC.
Oh, how times have changed, as Manchester City are winning trophies for fun apart from the one they really want, the Champions League.
Anyway, while many still yearn for Maine Road, times have moved on and the Etihad Stadium is a mightily imposing structure, just waiting to be explored on a stadium tour.
The North East of England is a hotbed of footballing action. Clubs like Hartlepool and Harrogate Town spring to mind.
Enjoying almost equal affection is Newcastle United, whose home is St James' Park (not to be confused with the stadium of the same name in Exeter).
If you're a fan of the Magpies (not The Grecians) then book a stadium tour and see the hallowed turf.
Last but by no means least is a tour of Anfield Stadium, the ground of Liverpool FC. Name a trophy and they've probably won it. This is a great opportunity to learn more about its history and have a laugh at Everton's expense.