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Sports grounds will join roving vaccination buses across England, backed up by teams of community outreach vaccinators, to reach as many people as possible.  

Here are some of the venues where you will be able to go this weekend to get a jab, however not all will vaccinate those under the age of 40 – you can check here via the NHS.

  • Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium, London

  • Ashton Gate Football Stadium, Bristol

  • Aston Villa Football Club, Birmingham

  • Bath and West Showground, Somerset

  • Birmingham’s Millennium Point

  • Colchester Football Stadium

  • Centre for Life, Newcastle

  • Charlton Athletic FC, The Valley

  • Crystal Palace FC, London

  • Derby Arena

  • Eagles Basketball stadium, Newcastle

  • Eton Park – Burton Albion Pirelli Stadium, Derby

  • Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham

  • Elland Road Stadium, Leeds

  • Gainsborough Sports Centre, Norwich

  • Harlequins RFC, Twickenham

  • Jacob’s Well, Bradford

  • Lewisham Hospital, London

  • Newmarket Racecourse, Newmarket

  • Peepul Centre, Leicester

  • Queen Elizabeth Hospital, London

  • Rotherham Leisure Centre, Sheffield

  • Royal Cornwall Showground, Wadebridge

  • St Thomas’s Hospital, London

  • Shrewsbury Indoor Bowls Centre

  • Taunton Racecourse, Somerset

  • Telford International Centre

  • Watford’s Vicarage Road

  • Westmorland Shopping Centre, Cumbria

Second jabs are also available at the walk-ins but only if it has been at least eight weeks since the first dose for people aged over 40.

For those under the age of 40, as long as it has been 12 weeks since your first jab you can also get your second dose of the Covid vaccine this weekend.