Wembley Stadium

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Wembley Stadium
4.5
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10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
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Chris M
Wetherby, UK1,049 contributions
Mar 2019
We visited for a football match and arrived via Wembley Stadium Station, which was very convenient. Clearer signing would have been beneficial around some building work next to the stadium at the time. Queues to gain access were being handled quite efficiently, and the facilities inside are very impressive. We enjoyed the match atmosphere and experience but found the crowds around the stadium before entering, a little overbearing. Arrangements for managing train passengers after the match were very well organised.
Written February 13, 2020
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Matt R
London, UK296 contributions
Jul 2021 • Friends
Stunning stadium, I’ve been there 4/5 times and I always enjoyed the game, no matter the seat I was able to find.

The atmosphere outside of the stadium is always nice, no matter if you go there to watch a league / cup match (I was there to watch Tottenham back in the days) or more important competitions like the Euros. When you are inside you can enjoy the full show, the acoustic is also pretty nice as well as the screens.
Written August 15, 2021
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AMBLBHBW
109 contributions
Nov 2019
We went as a group made up of parents of a girls U12s football team from Birmingham.
We all had a great day although we would have found it expensive to eat and drink in the stadium. Better to find somewhere in Wembley to eat before you go into the stadium. The stadium is fantastic and a must do on any footy fans bucket list
Written February 1, 2020
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Roger
United Kingdom2 contributions
Oct 2021
Over the years I've visited this great venue on many occasions. I've been to International games, cup finals, play-off finals and Rock Concerts (at the old Wembley Stadium). This most recent visit to see the England Women on 23rd October 2021 was by far the worst experience I've ever had here. The stewards sent us half way around the stadium and back with one telling us "it's that way" and another telling us, "no, it's all closed on that side, you need to go back that way", then the stewards were far more concerned about my small backpack than they were with enforcing the mask wearing policy that, according to the tickets, was mandatory in the stadium concourse, yet 99.9% of the crowd didn't wear one and no one was bothered. Similarly the web site says that covid passes are needed for entry yet no one was checking. It soon became clear why they were more interested in my back pack as they were charging people £10 for the privilege of looking after them. This is total daylight robbery. Even the staff at the bag check porta cabin (located dangerously in a busy car and bus park) were embarrassed to take my money. In front of me was a young woman with several young children. Her bag contained drinks and snacks for her young family. She not only had to pay an extra £10 on top of the cost of bringing her family to the match but was forced to leave much of the supplies she had brought in her bag. Events like this are supposed to help inspire a new generation to come and watch live sport. I doubt that poor young woman will ever take her kids to a game again. When I collected my bag it was soaking wet, having had something spilled on it, No refund was offered. Disgusting. After the total shambles of the Euro 2020 final you would have hoped that the Wembley management would have learned something. Sadly, this seems not to be the case and, once again, it's prioritising money over people. Wembley, you need to take a good, long look at yourself in the mirror. Not good enough.
Written October 25, 2021
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CheekyLondon
Southend-on-Sea, UK1,715 contributions
May 2021
Went here for the FA Cup Final in May 2021. Social distancing rules were in place and people were being encouraged to wear masks OUTSIDE the stadium - a bit strange!
The queuing system was appalling and the entry system was poorly managed by the stewards. We had to queue for 20 minutes to get in, in a non socially distanced queue. When we got just inside we realised why the queue was so bad. Not all the lanes to check bags etc were in operation - 3 out of 6 at each entry point. That meant that we had to wait even when inside. It seemed that there was enough staff to monitor more lanes but some seemed to be standing rounded watching the queues. It was appalling. Once in the ground, the stewards were fighting a losing battle to get people to keep their masks on. Not a good experience.
Written May 31, 2021
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castigergirl
Castleford, UK182 contributions
Jul 2021
We attended the stadium at the weekend for the Rugby league Challenge cup final. After being informed we must show covid pass and ideally photo ID, i made sure to have these with me. On arrival my dad showed his pass and I was waved through behind him with my son, no one checked my pass, no one asked if my son had done a lateral flow test, no covid check at all. No staff around by turnstiles to stop people squeezing through with others. Cursory bag check was performed. It was stated on the information we ere given that no food or drink could betaken in and no bags larger than A4, inside, i saw people with shopping sized bags and people with bottles of beer. There were stewards around but they totally ignored people drinking their own beer and at one point a "fan" threw a bottle onto the pitch and not a single steward moved. I am so glad this was a rugby game where the majority of fans are friendly or i would not have felt safe.
Written July 20, 2021
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Sianne Harris
Manchester, UK52 contributions
Aug 2021
I visited for the community shield last week. Despite being told proof of lateral flow or double vaccine would be needed, none was asked for. No supporters could access their NHS app due to poor signal and were therefore told ‘it doesn’t matter, just go in’. Very few people wore masks on the concourse and social distancing didn’t exist (although I did expect this to be the case). The latter wouldn’t have bothered me if I knew people were being checked. I emailed Wembley to raise this issue and was ‘assured checks were carried out’ even though I know they weren’t. I will not be going again until Covid subsides as I didn’t feel safe at all. Very disappointed as I’ve been to Wembley several times and it’s usually so organised.
Written August 14, 2021
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Helos76
London, UK64 contributions
Mar 2020 • Family
Totally impressed by this very informative Wembley Stadium Tour. Thought it was worth the money and wasn’t rushed whatsoever. The tour guides Nat & Scott were fantastic with so much energy & charisma, interacting with all the group in a fun and friendly manner. They must be exhausted after each tour! Really fab insight into England’s iconic stadium. Highly recommend!
Written March 14, 2020
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Michael M
Ipswich, UK452 contributions
Mar 2020
I attended the 2020 Carabao Cup Final, Villa v Man City. Tickets were up to £150, match programme £10, pint of beer£6.15. Despite the huge spend not one Wembley worker ever made eye contact or said welcome. A good view from block 504 and the best team won on the day. Be prepared for chaos after the event. Toilets were a disgrace. My advice stay at home and watch on TV. The Football League and Wembley don't care about you once they have your money.
Written March 2, 2020
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141rajesh74
Birstall, UK11 contributions
Apr 2022
Was well worth visiting. Have been past wembley stadium a few times but never been inside it. So thought about booking a tour of the stadium. Tour took 1 hour and 45 minutes approx.
Was well worth the money as you get a guided tour, get to see the changing rooms, reporters rooms, and best of all inside views of the stadium near the football pitch which was amazing. Got to sit near the royal box and the chairs were comfortable.
Written April 23, 2022
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