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Wembley Stadium, Wembley

Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
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4.1/5 based on 2,600+ reviews on the web
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. Make Wembley Stadium a centerpiece of your Wembley vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Wembley family vacation planner.
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  • 体育馆很壮观,晚上灯火闪耀 很票价。在广场中心 周围很空旷 高大上的感觉。离市区稍远 不过地铁很方便 有两条线路经过,体育馆就在地铁口十分钟的距离。有机会在里面看场演出 应该很棒! 
  • A super charged NFL match where Jacksonville Jaguars beat Indianapolis Colts in a three point thriller. The entertainment, before, during and after the match was on point. The atmosphere in the stadiu...  read more »
  • This place is fantastic, better than the old Wembley,good access great hotels around, the game I went to see was great, only downer is no twin towers... 
  • Went to see Beyoncé concert 3rd July 2016 it was an amazing show. I had beygoldcircle1 VIP tickets, I was very happy with the management especially a gentlemen called Joe (in purple jacket) he did an amazing job, keeping everyone safe and happy. I was not feeling well he made sure I was ok and took me to see the paramedics and he kept checking up on me. Thanks a lot.
  • I went June 2016 to see Rihanna. A really big and beautiful stadium. Many options for food, drinks, snacks etc. However, I was seating in 503 column, row 19th which was very high and could only see a figure running up and down . Thank God they had these big screens or I would go home crying. Lol. Acoustics was great! Something that I didn't like at all is that they forced us all to leave immediately after the concert was finished, resulting to a sea of people trying to get to the Wembley park station. It took more than 1 hour, we got stepped over, people were fighting, children were crying even though there were people there to help ease the process.
  • Came to Wembley for a Coldplay concert, it was very well organised, good arena for a show, would be nice if there were outside WiFi for when you were in a long queue though.
  • when to see coldplay! lovley girls and lads working behind the food and merc shops. great view and best day of my life. there are some mega shops near the stadium too. THANK U COLDPLAY AND WEMBLEY.
  • Like the last reviewer I take issue with the venue acoustics. Went to see Coldplay on Saturday evening and struggled to hear the words on the 1st tier. Seemed like reverb or something about the way the speakers were set up?? It was hard to make out anything Chris Martin said at all when he was speaking to the crowd between songs? The venue is nice and clean. Lots of parking and we didn't wait too long to exit via the tube at the end. The food offer was good only if you have access to the better quality 'club Wembley' area with buffet style Indian, Italian offers. the standard fair being Expensive but only average quality boring burgers, chicken and chips and beers. The Wembley staff seemed helpful and knowledgable.
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