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Hilton at St George’s Park, Burton Upon Trent

When you need some time on the bench from the game we call life, ‘head’er for the Hilton at St George’s Park. Set in the National Forest, the hotel is part of the FA’s National Football Centre, a world-class training venue with state-of-the-art conferencing, sport and medical facilities. The hotel draws inspiration from the game with prints of famous players displayed in the bedrooms and public areas.

West Ham United Hotel, Upton Park

If you’re passionate about football, West Ham United Hotel offers a radical departure from conventional accommodation. Offering guest spaces more like a VIP box than hotel room, the hotel is set within Upton Park, meaning you can wake up to views of the pitch. A Hammers fan or not, you won’t want to close the curtains, especially if a match is in session. Rooms from £65 per night.

Hotel Football, Manchester

Hotel Football‘s innovative concept features a functioning rooftop football pitch and subtle references to the game throughout its sophisticated décor. Set to open its doors in October 2014, the hotel will be located on the doorstep of the iconic Old Trafford football stadium, the perfect position to tackle all that Manchester has to offer, for both avid football fans and occasional followers.

Café Sports England, Liverpool

Owned by Liverpudlian defender Jamie Carragher and rising star Jonathan Flanagan, Café Sports may get you dribbling. Footie foodies can get their fill amongst collections of memorabilia, heralding local legends in Liverpool’s own Hall of Fame; over 50 LCD TVs for watching live games; two bars over two floors and an open kitchen plan to keep an eye on your pizza, pasta and grilled meats as they cook.

David Beckham Exhibition at Manchester United Museum

A special temporary exhibition has been unveiled at Manchester United Museum to honour David Beckham. Signed as a schoolboy at the age of 14, Beckham’s career journey is illustrated in this exhibition and includes some of his medals and commemorative shirts. “Becks” is also known for his changing hairstyle and you can be reminded of some of these via an interchangeable portrait of the his face. The exhibition will be on display for twelve months. Tickets cost £18 for adults and £12 for children.

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