London's Wembley Stadium hosts England's home matches, live music concerts, tours, and other sporting events.
Where is Wembley Stadium?
Wembley Stadium is located in Wembley, north-west London.
How do you get to Wembley Stadium?
The closest stations are Wembley Park Station (Jubilee and Metropolitan lines), Wembley Stadium Station (Chiltern Railways) and Wembley Central Station (Bakerloo, London Overground, London Midland and Southern lines).
What's on at Wembley Stadium?
Wembley Stadium hosts a range of sporting events throughout the year, including England's home matches, as well as live music concerts. Find out what's on at Wembley.
You can also go behind the scenes on a Wembley Stadium Tour. Walk in the footsteps of legends, through the players’ tunnel, and stand in front of the Royal Box with The Cup.
Wembley Stadium history
The stadium was officially opened by King George V in 23 April 1924, but it actually hosted its first FA Cup final in 1923, when 200,000 spectators watched Bolton Wanderers FC defeat West Ham United FC 2-0.
The original stadium was demolished in 2003, making way for the current Wembley Stadium which reopened in May 2007 on the same site. The iconic stadium has a striking 133-metre-high (436ft) arch which is renowned across the globe.
Boasting a legendary history, Wembley hosted the 1948 Olympic Games and the final of EURO 1996. It is the home of the England national football team, as well as the FA Cup Final and Semi Finals. It regularly hosts NFL games and epic music concerts, with past performers including Beyonce, Madonna and Michael Jackson.
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Venue Details & Map
Empire WayWembleyLondonHA9 0WS
- +44 (0)20 8795 9000
Facilities & Accessibility
- Access into the Building
- Flat routes from parking area to entrance
- Event Facilities
- Breakout Rooms
- Licenced for civil marriages
- Offers charity rates
- Raked or tiered seating offered
- Venue can display vehicles inside
- General Facilities
- On site parking