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Wembley Stadium, Wembley

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Arena / Stadium · Tourist Spot
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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  • League cup final marred by thuggish ignorant stewards,some of tgem are goung to get seriously hurt if they keep up their bullying tactics with nothing to back it up,stadium is reasonable but their...  more »
  • Great stadium, great atmosphere. Visited for the FA Trophy finals day in 2019. Great day out. The top tiers are high so avoid if you are scared of heights.  more »
  • Good stay, great facilities and close to london designer outlet and the Wembley stadium. Would recommend and stay again  more »
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  • Great tour. Lots of info, relaxed atmosphere and good guide. Kids were ecstatic. Thanks, Simon. If you are doing the tour there are two parts: self-exploring Wembley history using an interactive guide and guided tour through stadium. Allow at least 40 min to watch all the videos about exhibits there, before your tour time.
  • Been twice now and the atmosphere is fantastic. Fairly easy to get to and the staff are brilliant. Don't know what food is like as we never had any both times but smelt lovely. Will definitely visit again
  • Enjoyed the experience. Beautiful September day. Awe inspiring in showcasing world class engineering and construction. Guide was good and engaged well with the majority of the group in all languages. Very disciplined marshalling which took me back to school trips as a child! The stadium is breathtaking but changing rooms and press rooms were... Just rooms really, which they tried to make interesting.Glad I did it but wouldn't do it twice!
  • Really depends on what you are here for, we stayed in the adjacent Premier Inn which was perfect but parking and getting in and out on the roads can be challenging! Try park on my drive or similar as they are a good alternative . The stadium itself is good, clean and tidy with the usual overpriced refreshments but all in all a good experience.
  • The players look like ants unless you drop a tonne on tickets. Swear someone spent £30+ on pick 'n mix and could carry it in one arm but the arch is modern day architecture at it's finest.

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