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Wembley Stadium: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022)

It was built in 1923 and has a capacity of 90,000. Wembley Stadium is Europe's second largest stadium and the home of the English national team. It was built in 1923 and has a capacity of 90,000 people.

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Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Tuesday, 28.June 2022 — 3min read

History and description

It has a seating capacity of 90,000 and was built in 1923. The old Wembley Stadium was demolished in 2003, after which construction of the new stadium started. The new Wembley Stadium is the same name that had stood in its place since 1923 and has been host to many cup finals.

Wembley Stadium officially opened on May 19, 2007 with the FA Cup final between Chelsea and Manchester United (1-0). Earlier other official football matches had already been played, of which a match between the English and Italian U21 sides was the proper first.

The stadium, which was designed by architecture firms Foster and Partners and Populous, has a total cost of £757 million. The most iconic feature of the stadium is its 133 metre tall arch, which with its span of 315 metres is the longest single span roof structure in the world.

Wembley Stadium boasts a sliding roof that covers every seat in the stadium - making it the largest fully covered stadium in the world.

The stadium hosted the 2011 and 2013 Champions League finals.

How to get to Wembley Stadium

Wembley Stadium is located in the northwest of the city of London, about 6 miles from Paddington station, 7 miles from Marylebone station, and 8 miles from Kings Cross St Pancras and Euston station. The stadium can be reached by underground. Wembley Park tube station, a 5-minute walk from the stadium, is served by the Jubilee and Metropolitan tube lines. Both lines connect the stadium with London's city center, though the Metropolitan line does so with fewer stops.

The stadium is within walking distance (10 to 15 minutes) of Wembley Central metro station, which is served by the Bakerloo line and the London Overground metro.

Tickets are available from the station ticket office or online. Alternatively, it is possible to reach Wembley Stadium by train from London Marylebone station. The journey takes about 8 minutes, but trains only run every half an hour. Tickets are available from the station ticket office or online.

Finally, local buses 18, 83, 92, and 224 connect the stadium with local destinations as well as other parts of the city.

Avoid arriving by car on matchdays, unless parking is booked in advance.

On non-matchdays, the stadium can be reached by car from the A406. The exits toward the stadium are signposted from the A406.

The stadium can be reached from central London by driving up Harrow Road (A404) in the north-western direction. Harrow Road branches off the A40 at the altitude of Paddington station. At Wembley Rail Station turn right onto Wembley Hill Road to reach the stadium (follow the signs).

Address: Wembley, London HA9 0WS

Eat, drink, and sleep near Wembley Stadium

Wembley Stadium is located in a residential area with some offices mixed in. The few pubs and eating options, for example near Wembley Park tube station, tend to get very crowded on matchdays. It may be a better idea to eat and drink in central London. There are a few hotels near Wembley Stadium for those who want to avoid a crowded tube ride. Most of the hotels are of the typical chain hotels, such as a Premier Inn, Ibis, Holiday Inn, and Hilton. They come in different price ranges. For all hotels near Wembley Stadium click here.

If you choose to stay in a hotel in London, be conscious of where you are situated so that your journey is as easy as possible. For example, there are many affordable hotels near Paddington Station, which is only a short walk away from the Baker Street tube stop. For all hotels in central London go to this page.

If you choose to arrive by car, you can also stay at a hotel further up one of the two metro lines so that you avoid the crowd that comes from central London. Parking will be easier as well.

England National Team Tickets

The English national team's ticket sales are handled by the FA. Tickets can be bought online or by phone at +44 (0) 844 847 2010. Tickets for the FA Cup and other finals can only be bought through the clubs involved.

Looking for tickets to a Wembley concert or other large-scale events? Ticketmaster is usually the best place to go.

Wembley stadium tours

Guided behind-the-scenes stadium tours are offered at Wembley Stadium. These tours include the changing rooms, press room, players? tunnel, and royal box. The tours last about 75 minutes. Tours run every day of the week between 10am and 4pm, at least every hour, but often twice an hour. Tours do not run on days of major events or public holidays.

Tickets for the walk-up tour can be booked online or by calling the number +44 (0) 844 800 2755. The tour costs £15.00.

For more information email [email protected]

Relevant Internet links

The website for Wembley Stadium, the official website of London, the London city guide from Visit London and the TFL website are all great resources for planning a trip to London. Journeyplanner.org is also a great resource for finding out about public transport in the area. The stadium is a major tourist attraction, attracting over 150,000 visitors every day John Leutner wrote: 7 November 2018 at 7:49am The current home of Tottenham Hotspur, and the most luxurious and expensive stadiums in England. This stadium has held the UEFA Champions League final a record eight times (in the past, and present). Wembley sits where the old stadium once stood, and The FA have offices within the stadium. The stadium is a major tourist attraction, attracting over 150,000 visitors every day.

The Tottenham Hotspur stadium is the most luxurious and expensive in England. It has held the UEFA Champions League final eight times (in the past, and present). The old stadium where Wembley now sits was Tottenham Hotspur's home before they moved to their current home. The FA have offices within the stadium.

Mike wrote: 23 August 2018 at 10:37 PM I have watched St. Helens play at this venue in many a final. A great venue with great atmosphere.

I have watched St. Helens play at their stadium many times in finals. It is a great venue with great atmosphere.

How did the groundsman/women secure the bottom netting of the old Wembley goalpost? Will they ever return seeing as they were recognized in magazines, books and on tv worldwide as the goalposts erected at the home of football?

The groundsman/women secured the bottom netting of the old Wembley goalpost with the iconic stanchions, but they may never return because they were recognized in magazines, books, and on TV worldwide as the goalposts erected at the home of football.

Wojciech wrote: 23 mei 2015 at 3:41 pm I have been to Wembley twice so far. Absolutely amazing. Everything about the place is great. The only problem I had on both occasions was a long line after the games. Very easy to get to by tube. It is a must-see by every football fan.

I have visited Wembley Stadium twice now and it is absolutely amazing. Everything about the place is great- from the architecture to the atmosphere. The only downside is that there is a long queue after the games, but it is easy to get to by Tube. It is definitely a must-see for every football fan.

Fred wrote: The home of football. The stadium is the most wonderful place in the world and it should make the British people proud because they invented the beautiful game.

The stadium is the home of football and it is one of the greatest stadiums in the world. It should make the British people proud because they invented football.

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