There’s just something about the endearing comedy and heartwarming moments—and those accents—that keeps Ted Lasso a top-notch show in our hearts and on the charts. If you’re as distraught as we are that season three is the final one in the series, you can soothe the pain by visiting places in London where Ted Lasso was filmed. Because, while we may not be able to tell you Ted’s secret biscuit recipe, we can tell you how to visit many of the filming locations for Ted Lasso.
Places to visit from Ted Lasso in London
Is Ted Lasso filmed in England? Yes it is—it’s even filmed in the town the fictional football team is named after. Visit Richmond when you’re on tour in London, where they filmed Ted Lasso.
Richmond Park. You’ll recognize this 12-acre public park from its appearance in most episodes, but perhaps most notably as a Ted Lasso filming location in season one, where a talented, female footballer dribbles circles around Ted (and everyone else). This park is also prominent as a Ted Lasso filming location in seasons two and three. It’s where Roy Kent coaches his niece’s soccer team, and where Ted enjoys the talents of various local musicians. Visit Richmond Park on any of our London tours during your free time and enjoy the greenery, the music, and maybe even some football!
Paved Court. When you’re trying to figure out where in London Ted Lasso is filmed, a great place to start is Ted’s neighborhood in Richmond. There, you will find Ted’s street: Paved Court. It’s a narrow, pedestrian-only alley dotted with shops, cafes, and even a chocolatier. Want to know the best part? While Richmond is a fictional soccer team, the shops on Paved Court have embraced the Ted Lasso movement as much as Americans have. Purchase Richmond shirts, hats, scarves—even teddy bears—to show off your Richmond pride.
The Prince’s Head. While you’re strolling down Paved Court, don’t miss out on seeing one quintessential Ted Lasso filming location—the pub where Ted and Coach Beard are regulars. The Crown & Anchor pub in the show is called The Prince’s Head in real life. What makes it even better than being a filming location for Ted Lasso? It’s a whopping 300 years old. Step into both British and Hollywood history when you pop in for a pint at this pub. Just don’t be disappointed when it looks different inside—interior scenes are filmed elsewhere.
The River Thames. The iconic and historic river is the backdrop for a few scenes in the show—including Roy and Keeley’s first date—and is worth admiring on a walk during your free time on tour in London.
Daquise. Visit one of the most precious Ted Lasso filming locations from season three: Sam’s restaurant. Ola’s may not exist for you to dine in, but a Polish restaurant called Daquise does. Find it in South Kensington during your free time on one of our London tours, or on your Ted Lasso filming locations Customized Tour.
The Natural History Museum. Admire the same artwork that Sam did when he visited with eccentric billionaire, Edwin Akufo, in season two. (Keep your eyes peeled for Banksy!)
- Rivoli Ballroom. This Ted Lasso filming location from season one featured a plethora of pivotal moments including Jamie and Keeley’s break-up, Keeley and Rebecca’s friendship blossoming, and Rupert courting his future wife.
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Stadiums to visit in London from Ted Lasso
Interested in visiting Ted’s work turf filming locations, too? You have options!
SkyEx Community Stadium. AFC Richmond’s training sessions (a.k.a. practices) are filmed here. It’s also where the real-life Hayes & Yeading United F.C. plays.
Selhurst Park. On game day, Coach Lasso’s AFC Richmond faces off here, where the very real Crystal Palace F.C. plays.
Fun fact: Dog racing was once popular in Selhurst Park. That’s why AFC Richmond’s mascot is a greyhound, and why the stadium is sometimes called “the dog track” in the show.
Even more Ted Lasso filming locations to visit in Amsterdam
Do you consider yourself an honorary member of the Diamond Dogs? If so, here are more Ted Lasso filming locations you’ll find while exploring this wonderful city on our Amsterdam tours—all of which are featured in season three, episode six.
- Hotel Prins Hendrik. Stop at the hotel that Ted Lasso characters Higgins and Will visited in honor of jazz icon Chet Baker during the team’s curfew-free evening in the city. It’s called Hotel Prins Hendrik and, yes, there is a plaque in Chet’s honor out front.
- Raamgracht. Stroll across the bridge Rebecca tumbled off of (watch out for bikers!)
- Skinny Bridge. Speaking of Amsterdam’s iconic bridges, don’t miss the chance to walk (or as Jamie and Roy did, jog) across the famous Skinny Bridge.
- Rokin. This major street along the canal of the same name is where Jamie teaches Roy how to ride a bike.
- Van Gogh Museum. Combine your love of Ted Lasso with your love of art when you visit the museum dedicated to one of the most influential artists of all time. Ted is struck by Van Gogh’s painting titled Sunflowers. Which of Van Gogh’s masterpieces will inspire you?