The Premier League is global, in every way imaginable. It is the world’s most watched soccer league, connecting 1.66 billion fans weekly and uniting people from 190 countries.
One of the most diverse soccer leagues in the world, the Premier League has welcomed players from 119 different nations on the pitch since 1992.
The UK has always been a place that welcomes diverse perspectives. To celebrate the unique way football connects global audiences, Great Calling brought the authentically British matchday experience of the Premier League to New York, inviting fans to see soccer differently.
Lucky fans joined us for a live screening of the Premier League match between Manchester United FC and Tottenham Hotspur FC, supported by Barclays. Walking through the tunnel, our audience were able to soak up the pre-match atmosphere in the Premier League fan zone before watching the game from stadium seating, accompanied by punditry from Premier League legends Ian Wright and Michael Carrick.
Fans also had the opportunity to have their picture taken with the Premier League Trophy as well as enjoy authentic match day food and be entertained in our fan zone by soccer freestylers and other interactive activities.
The UK, a world of sport to discover
Watching, playing, and celebrating sport is at the heart of British life.
Global sports such as soccer, golf and tennis were all either invented or codified in the UK, with UK innovations and technology enhancing elite performances across the world of sport.
Wimbledon, the oldest tennis tournament in the world, is synonymous with the British summer.
Scotland is the birthplace of Golf with many holding the Old Course at St Andrews to be a site of pilgrimage in the sport globally.
Explore UK Sport
Take a tour of the nation’s major sporting venues: hear the roar of the crowd through the players’ tunnel at Old Trafford or visit Wimbledon’s Lawn Tennis Museum, at the home of the longest running tennis tournament in the world.
Explore Olympic history at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, home of the iconic Aquatics Centre and Velodrome.
The National Football Museum in Manchester is a must visit for both fans and novices of the sport, with interactive features including a penalty shootout.
The UK is also home to magnificent golf courses, with some of the world’s best being found in Scotland, the birthplace of golf, and Northern Ireland.