Wembley Stadium, Wembley

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Wembley Stadium, Wembley - Address, Phone Number

Address: Wembley, London HA9 0WS, United Kingdom

Phone: +44-8001692007

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Wembley is a massive stadium that hosts football matches. The stand is well set with a VIP section. This stadium replaced the old Wembley Stadium that existed since 1923. The current stadium was built only in 2007. It features a sliding roof that is 52 meters above the pitch. it can hold an audience of 90,000 at a time.

The stadium serves as a real treat to football fans especially. Catch a match at the popular venue with family and friends, visit the Wembley Stadium in London.

Wembley Stadium Information

  • You can visit the stadium even if there’s no match.
  • Guided tours are available.

Wembley Stadium Ticket Prices

Tour Prices

  • Adult: £19
  • Child (under 16): £11
  • Family Ticket: £45
  • Seniors (Over 65): £11
  • Students: £11
  • VIP Tour (Min 2): £55
  • Call +44 (0) 844 847 2010 for price details.

Wembley Stadium Opening and Closing Hours

  • Tours depart at 10 am, 11 am, 12 pm, 1 pm, 2 pm, and 3pm.
  • Tours are 75 minutes’ long.
  • Please enquire before your visit.

How To reach Wembley Stadium by Public Transport

  • Bus: 18, 83, 92, and 224
  • Wembley Rail Station

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  • Great stadium. The new park looks great a much improved on when I was here last. For me, and I am biased and admit it, it’s not as good as the Principality in Cardiff but that’s a Welsh lad’s prerogative but a good stadium with good facilities and the best thing about it is the staff. Very dedicated and very hard working. A credit to the local area and the stadium itself.

  • Great stadium! Have watched football over the world but Wembley is up there with the best. Easily accessible with public transport, fast half time food/beverage service and friendly stewards. Would give 5 stars if the food quality was better. The burgers were pretty poor and very expensive. Would go again!

  • Excellent stadium, seated at the back of the lower tier the view was excellent, as you head up the stadium the view changes to a more tactical viewpoint allowing you to watch the game unfold from a different perspective. Attending music events you can feel slightly removed from the event if sat in the highest tier. My 5* rating is for a sports venue and the comfort and ease of movement to and from the stadium.

  • Apart from the football played by England it is great in all other aspects. The lounge at Club Wembley is well worth it. The staff are extremely friendly and are more than happy to help. If you want a quick exit to the station make sure to either leave 10 minutes before full time or half an hour after.

  • Wembley is a historic and national stadium of the England football team. It's iconic arch can be seen for miles and the stadium can hold up to 90,000 people. It's modern, the leg room is great and there are no restricted views anywhere. There is not many stadium in the world quite like it and well worth watching a game here or even visiting as it's got a great outlet nearby.

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