How to Watch Live London Olympics 2012
Despite the fact that Olympics 2012, the highly admired event will be broadcasted through many sports and news channels, and probably after being broadcasted live it will be repeated several times. Still viewing the entire event especially, icing of the cake, opening and closing ceremony, will definitely grant you a life time experience. There are various ways to view London Olympics 2012 live, but making the event special and significant is what mainly required. You can come up with several innovative ideas, but the ones which are mentioned in this article, will also help you in making an ordinary vision of the event, extraordinary.
Viewing the Event at the Stadium:
If you are auspicious enough to acquire the tickets of the biggest event of 2012, then what could be best then viewing your favorite sport live at the stadium. Though there are few restrictions which have to be kept in mind while being present in the main venue, still you can ignore the other aspects and enjoy the live experience with excitement and glee. If you are not aware of the ticket buying procedure then this link will definitely provide answers to your queries.
Viewing the Event at Live Sites
Do not feel downhearted if you are not able to get hold of the tickets, government of London has granted the provision of live sites. In the course of the games as well the inauguration and closing ceremony, people will also be able to view the entire match on big screens. Transmission on big screens will be available at various places, with in London as well as beyond borders. This facility present in the urban centers, will endow sports fans with complete information along with the latest news and happenings. In order to know which live site is located in the vicinity of your location (within United Kingdom), then take a look at the list rearranged below:
Belfast – City Hall, BT 15S
Birmingham – Victoria Square, B1 1BB
Bradford – Centenary Square, BD1 1SD
Bristol – Millennium Square, Waterfront, BS1 5DB
Cardiff – The Hayes, CF10 2DP
Coventry – Millennium Place, Hales Street, CV1 1JD
Derby – Market Place, DE1 3AE
Derry – Waterloo Place, Londonderry, BT48 6BU
Dover – Market Square, CT16 1NX
Edinburgh – Festival Square, EH3 9SR
Leeds – Millennium Square, LS1 3DP
Leicester – Humberstone Gate, LE1 1WA
Liverpool – Clayton Square, L1 1DP
Manchester – Exchange Square, M4 3TR
Middlesbrough – Centre Square, TS1 2QQ
Norwich – Chapelfield Shopping Centre, NR1 3SH
Plymouth – Armada Way, PL1 1DY
Portsmouth – Guildhall Square, PO1 2AD
Swansea – Castle Square, SA1 1JF
Swindon – Wharf Green, SN1 5AH
Waltham Forest – Town Square, Walthamstow, E17 7JN
Woolwich – General Gordon Place, SE18 6EU
Viewing the Event in Public Places:
Well owners of pubs, bars and restaurant do not require as such permission from the government of London, or the management of Olympics to put on live transmission, on the small screens present at their property. If the above two ideas of visualizing the match live, is not accessible, then other exciting way to view live events is at a nice hangout place. A place where you can enjoy your favorite sport in the company of your friends. Along with some delicious food or nice mug of beer the event would seem more exciting to you.
Viewing the Event at Home
BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) has the main authority to broadcast London 2012 Olympics. Aside other options mentioned above, the most convenient yet exciting way to watch the event live is, by visualizing it on your personal screen. You do not have to make much effort just turn on your TV and switch to BBC or any of your favorite sports channel. Invite your friends and make some delicious finger food to make this causal gathering more interesting. You can also get food delivered at home from your favorite food chain and view the live transmission with your family.