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Wembley Stadium, Wembley

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Wembley Stadium hosts some of the UK's biggest sporting events and concerts. Premiership soccer championships, England national team soccer matches, and an NFL football game take place annually. Some of the world's most popular musicians, such as Bruce Springsteen and Rihanna, have performed here. If your visit coincides with an event that interests you, try to get tickets; seating capacity reaches 90,000. You can also take a stadium tour. You'll see memorabilia like the crossbar from a goal from the 1966 World Cup (which England won) and the original flag from the 1948 London Olympics. A VIP tour gives you a private guide and access to normally restricted areas, such as the Football Association trophy cabinet, the press conference room, the dressing room for England's national soccer team, and the tunnel through which players enter the field. Plan to visit Wembley Stadium and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Wembley attractions using our Wembley sightseeing planner .
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  • We arrived in good time after taking advantage of park on my drive (highly recommended) £10 12noon to midnight. We wandered around the stadium area, long queues for chain restaurants but plenty of str...  more »
  • I don’t understand how this venue is scoring, at the time of writing, 4.5. The food and drink concessions are absolutely appalling. The food choices are the kind of things you would still refuse after...  more »
  • Saw Anne-Marie support Ed Sheeran. Anne-Marie’s whole set was ruined by a horrific echo throughout the stadium. The music was delayed in heading to the back. Ed Sheeran was half and half. Amazing perf...  more »
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  • Second visit to the national stadium and my wife and I enjoyed the experience. We went to see the mighty Sheffield Wednesday in a playoff game and had a very nice time (apart from the result). The view and atmosphere as you approach the ground are amazing. The stadium is well laid out, nicely signposted and easy to get around. The view we had in the stadium was fabulous and the overall experience was extremely positive. Thoroughly enjoyed.
  • Went to watch the England vs Nigeria match. Long queues to get into the stadium, but moves pretty quickly and you can be at your east within 5-10 minutes. We were sat up in the bleachers, so you can follow the match easily, but enough to really see the players on the pitch. The main issue is the amenities at half time. The queues take up the majority of the corridor meaning it is very difficult to get to what you want. Which is another issue, not every stall serves the same food & drink. So you have to slowly make your way around to what you want, join a long queue, order and receive your food before having to slowly make your way back around to your section. I think this is a huge part of the reason for empty seats after half time. Simply poor designing. If you want an alcoholic beverage, you have to drink it by the bars as you can't take it to your seat. So by the time we were done drinking our pints and made our way back to the seats, 9 minutes had passed in the second half and we missed a Nigeria goal. They need to seriously rethink the design of the bars and food stalls for things to improve drastically regarding the empty seats after half time.
  • Really easy to get to by car or public transport. I'd recommend public transport as it's a stress free journey without the hassle of traffic and parking headaches. Two of my friends drove, 1 paid £30 to park, the other got a parking ticket. The stands are well made, you can see the pitch from all seats from what I could tell. Your allowed to bring a bag in, up to the size of a rucksack. No professional video cameras allowed. Staff were friendly. Great looking stadium and the closing roof makes it world class. Think I was tier two, Will update the review when I find out. As you can see from the photos. The view was great.
  • What a magnificent building. Had the stadium tour and was impressed at aesthetics. Stadium is beautifully laid out and offers so much more than a sports stadium. There is a learning zone on site, it's a short walk to the various discount outlets for some big brand names and there are an array of big chain and smaller restaurants/eateries. Parking on non-matchdays is good and competitively priced.Be aware that there is considerable building work going on around the stadium so roads are occasionally closed. Visitors to the stadium on match days are subject to bag searches outside.
  • The stadium itself is pretty good, but is advertising as a public transport destination. As such, it is badly let down by the massive waiting times to access public transport at busy events. Or park on-street around 2+ miles away, outside the restricted event parking zone. A great stadium, in completely the wrong location.
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