Wembley Stadium

Landmark venue hosting major football matches, including FA Cup Final & international matches. It opened in 2007 on the site of the original Wembley Stadium, which was demolished from 2002 to 2003.  The stadium hosts major football matches including home matches of the England national football team and the FA Cup Final.

The Home of Sport

Of course, Wembley is about so much more than football. As the pre-eminent sports and entertainment venue in Britain, it’s hosted a wide range of events from rugby (league and union) to speedway championships, stock car and greyhound racing – and just about everything in between.

The stadium was a venue for the London 2012 Olympics, the 1948 Summer Olympics, and the 2015 Rugby World Cup. It is now an established home of the NFL in the UK and has staged several unforgettable boxing world title fights.

“Wembley is the cathedral of football. It is the capital of football and it is the heart of football.” Pelé

The original Wembley Stadium opened its doors in April 1923, so will soon celebrate its centenary. Over the last hundred years, it has fixed itself firmly into the nation’s hearts and minds, thanks to hosting some truly incredible moments in footballing history – including England’s famous World Cup win in 1966 and the nail-biting action of EURO ’96.

Built for the British Empire Exhibition of 1924, Wembley was due to be demolished immediately afterwards. However, businessman and civil servant Sir James Stevenson suggested the stadium stay open, as football had been played on the grounds where it was built since the 1880s. Soon after, King George V officially opened the stadium and the pitch was dubbed the ‘hallowed turf’.

Wembley Stadium Tours

That goal. That concert. That move. That feeling. It could only have happened here. Soak up the history of our stadium on the Wembley Tour. Our Hosts will take you to the heart of the venue – take your picture in Europe’s largest press conference room, find the shirt of your favourite England player in the dressing rooms, and line up in the players tunnel before following in the footsteps of legends and walking out pitch-side. There’s something for the whole family to enjoy so don’t miss out – pre-book your tickets .

Magical Musical Moments 

Music is woven into Wembley’s identity too, with the high note arguably being the ‘Live Aid’ multi-act charity concert of 1985. Music fans still regularly fill the stadium to capacity to watch world-class acts such as Ed Sheeran, Madonna, Taylor Swift and Bruce Springsteen.

And as its 100th birthday approaches, you can be certain of one thing: Wembley will continue to witness history-making moments that will remain forever with those lucky enough to say ‘I was there’.

Accessible Supporters

Should you be looking to purchase accessible tickets for this fixture, we kindly ask that you follow this process:

  • Please send us your proof of disability by email:
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Please note: We accept photocopies of Disability Living Allowance, PIP or an original letter from your GP or hospital. We do not accept Blue Badge permits as proof.
  • IMPORTANT: If you have previously purchased tickets with us and already have a customer number, you do not need to send in proof of disability again. If you cannot remember your customer number, we can look it up when you call.
  • Once you have sent your proof of disability you can call the team on 0800 093 0824 to purchase tickets. Please note, priority sale windows will apply.
  • All tickets subject to availability & fees
  • All tickets issued are subject to the Terms & Conditions of The Football Association.


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