Wembley Stadium
Wembley Stadium
4.5
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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  • steve r
    4 contributions
    Great occasion
    Fortunate enough to be a guest in a box. Staff were fantastic (Batman). Food was good and the vies from the allocated seating was excellent. Entry was excellent with the door and floor staff very cheerful and helpful.
    Visited March 2023
    Written March 6, 2023
  • JAY
    United Arab Emirates465 contributions
    Great Wembley experience
    Went to watch the England 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 Euro qualifier against Ukraine 🇺🇦. First time to Wembley, was quite easy to get to, it’s huge and was really well organized. Getting in took us a few minutes, a few food snd drink outlets to choose from plus merchandise shops to buy if you need. We were seated quite close to the pitch, great view and seats were comfy. It was a bit cold so come prepared. Seeing nearly 86000 spectators was amazing, atmosphere was really good and people really enjoyed the game. Music was good but could have been a bit louder but no complaints. Overall a great experience, oh and by the way there is a huge outlet shopping center a few minutes away. Overall enjoyed the experience as nothing beats seeing a game live so will be back.
    Visited March 2023
    Traveled with friends
    Written March 29, 2023
  • Katie J
    Northwood, United Kingdom19 contributions
    Great accessibility provision
    I have been to Wembley many times. I recently injured my leg and found myself on crutches. We already had two sets of tickets booked for football matches 10 days apart and I wasn’t sure if I’d be able to go to either. However I shouldn’t have worried as the stadium has excellent provision for those with mobility issues. There is a free shuttle bus from Wembley Park station to the stadium on event days. There are lifts to all levels, and specially allocated members of staff to assist with your needs. It was incredibly slick and efficient. Well done Wembley!
    Visited April 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written April 15, 2023
  • LindaDawn1952
    2 contributions
    Wembley Tours
    Brilliant day out. Wonderful experience well worth it. Lots to see loads of photo opportunities and a very relaxed atmosphere. Nothing was too much trouble for our guide Nelson.
    Visited April 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written May 1, 2023
  • Louise Shaw
    Sheffield, United Kingdom19 contributions
    Brilliant stadium
    Stewards outside hadnt got a clue - directed us to wrong turnstile and tickets wouldn’t scan. Had to sort at ticket office. Once inside, food and drink nice bit very expensive. Sat in block 209 - comfy padded seats and cup holders. I go to a lot of football matches and not used to this!!!! Brilliant stadium - hope I get the chance to go again sometime.
    Visited April 2023
    Written May 14, 2023
  • Krista P
    Stratford, Canada998 contributions
    Great football match experience
    Went for the women's FA Cup final and loved the overall experience. Seat prices were reasonable for this match but the food is extremely overpriced and not worth it. Eat before coming in or bring some snacks! They have water refill stations available around the stadium though which is good.
    Visited May 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written June 14, 2023
  • DEKDurham
    Durham, United Kingdom55 contributions
    Fantastic
    My daughter and her friend went to see Harry Styles sat 17th June. Lots of food vendors, merch stands were organised but one was not managed from both ends so people were cutting in the exit to get served quicker! Not knowing the area at all I did not know there was a cineworld and an outlet right next to Wembley! As we stayed around Wembley to make sure the girls got home safe, we just found a local Weatherspoons but we would have seen a movie while they were at the concert, know for next time! On exiting the gig it was very well organised for the amount of people coming out at one time the staff were fantastic at keeping everyone safe. Well done
    Visited June 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written June 18, 2023
  • hollyprice128
    London, United Kingdom41 contributions
    Can’t thank you enough
    I can’t thank Wembley stadium staff enough for the amazing service and compassion they showed for my little girl. We went to see Harry styles on the 13th of June, myself, my sister and my 2 daughters aged 7 and 11 both have additional needs- my 7 year old more profound needs. We were shown to the wrong floor for our seats and we asked stuff for help to show us where to go. They instantly couldn’t do enough for us and were amazing. We ended up being put in our own private box so my little girl would feel more comfortable and could go into the room if needed to calm down if it was too much for her. I can’t thank Wembley enough. Days out with children are hard enough let alone throwing additional needs into the mix they were able to turn what could of been one of the most stressful events into an event both my girls will remember forever. Once again thankyou so much for everything
    Visited June 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written June 26, 2023
  • Anne J
    2 contributions
    Fantastic Stadium
    We went to watch Def Leppard and Motley crew. Absolutely amazing evening. The stadium is absolutely huge. We walked the whole outer circle of the stadium. The drinks were quite expensive but the stadium and concert were fantastic toilets were clean and tidy and staff very helpful.
    Visited July 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written July 1, 2023
  • MasterP007
    Sevierville, Tennessee1,399 contributions
    Fabulous Venue
    Awesome place to view a concert or sporting event. It was a bucket list item for me. Some of the policies in and around the stadium are a little antiquated, but don’t let that stop you from attending an event there. Just read up and be prepared ahead of time. Enjoy!
    Visited July 2023
    Traveled solo
    Written July 2, 2023
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Chris M
Wetherby, UK1,249 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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PheebsUK
Norwich, UK181 contributions
Aug 2022
Went to Coldplay on 21st August, had a nightmare trying to find the Green Car Park - all other colours are signposted but not green. I was relying on Google Maps which is out of date so the car park actually isn't on there. Do NOT park in the nearby Green Parking Ltd smaller car park on Empire Way, that's not the official Wembley Green Car Park. The What3Words reference you need is joined.robots.vague. The car park is on Atlantic Crescent but if you approach it from the wrong direction you can't see it as it's set back from the road, and there is no sign telling you it's there to your right. I got in the queue at 11am and had no problems, the stewards guided us to the turnstiles and allowed no pushing in, and once we got inside we were walked in groups round the corridors until we reached the stadium steps to get in. The bag search was non existent and I got a water bottle in no worries. I got right to the barrier, had a fabby time. Took an hour to get out the car park at the end, they could do with better marshalling to stop cars pushing into the line to get out.
Written August 23, 2022
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AMBLBHBW
141 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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Mel
Dorset, UK2 contributions
Aug 2022 • Family
Travelled up from Dorset with an extremely excited 15 year old. Unfortunately we went on 17th August while the weather was horrendously wet.

We arrived walked through literally driving rain, thinking the doors would open at 5 like advertised…but no. The queues were massive, on the whole people were good spirited but they were getting tetchy the longer we were kept outside. Around 17:30 the gates were opened to cheers from those stuck outside while there was thunder and lightning.

Many of us were told we had to print off our tickets but because of the weather, the scanners weren’t recognising the QR codes so that held the queues up and caused already frayed tempers to start igniting. I was told my 15 year old would have to go elsewhere to try and get in…there was no way I was leaving him. Eventually I could use my phone to scan him in…why not just have people using a QR code from an email on the screen to scan?

We sat down bought merchandise to replace the tops we had been wearing and I asked a Wembley staff member for a bin bag to put the sodden clothes in and I could put them in my bag…but they couldn’t/wouldn’t assist.

The price of food and drink was astronomical and plastic 500ml bottles were opened and emptied into a plastic cup for sustainability?

The concert itself was faultless…well, I wish it could’ve gone on longer but I’m just greedy. The staff assisting us leave the stadium and the surrounding areas were brilliant. They must’ve been cold, wet and tired yet they smiled and answered questions from everyone.
Written August 19, 2022
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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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Nathan&Gemma
London, UK88 contributions
Aug 2022 • Couples
This was the first time I had visited Wembley stadium and I was sat in the green zone section 509. I was attending the Westlife concert with my partner.

The view and the atmosphere was amazing, I think it was almost at full capacity and having that many people singing and shouting was fantastic and really gave a good experience. The security staff were friendly and accommodating with any questions you had and were really not intrusive on their bag searches or other.

The food outlets and drink outlets inside the venue are absolutely ridiculously priced. I never purchased any food however the bar is very limited inside as to what options there were. On average you are looking around £6.50 for a pint of beer or £7 for a Smirnoff ice. There are no options for spirits or other, however you can get soft drinks. The thing that disappointed me was that the Smirnoff ice was from a can to which you can probably buy a crate from the wholesalers for £20 so to ask for that price is absolutely ridiculous. I would highly recommend eating or drinking in the venues outside the stadium prior to entering as it is better food and cheaper also.

When leaving the stadium it was hectic, however it was very well planned managing the crowd of approximately fifty thousand people not squashing each other to get onto a tube which I believed was fantastic.
Written August 13, 2022
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CheekyLondon
Southend-on-Sea, UK1,772 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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Nigel E
1 contribution
Jun 2022
Daughter and her friends attended Harry Styles concert June 18th and I parked in the Red Car Park for the day. I paid £11 for 8hrs parking with 3mins left to exit the car park but we were prevented from exiting finally being able to exit 1hr and 20mins later when an alternate exit was opened.

Today I received a PCN from a private parking company UK Parking Control Ltd asking for £1 00 as we had "failed to pay for the duration of the stay" caused by the fact we were captive and unable to exit the car park. This is extortion and an offence. So other users please beware of the is extortion racquet being operated and avoid these car parks.

Has tarnished what had been a great day for my daughter and her friends
Written June 29, 2022
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FL
11 contributions
Jul 2023 • Couples
Blue Concert - Bag drop con

Bought tickets to see Blur. We received no notification about bags having to be smaller than A4. Our backpack had to go into a tent by the IBIS hotel for £10 non refundable. The queue to collect it took over an hour - beware of this, it’s a con to not notify customers beforehand, to charge £10 and delay you getting the last train home.

Good concert but disappointed by this.
Written July 9, 2023
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BluebellsofHeadley
Headley, UK24 contributions
Aug 2022 • Couples
On one of the hottest days of the year, crowds of people were forced to queue before, during and after the concert for the minimal quantity of stunning water taps dotted around this vast stadium to refill their bottles. Water is a basic necessity, but don’t worry, you can buy small bottles of water for £3.30! That is £10/litre let alone the plastic rubbish it would create.

The queues out of the stadium up to Wembley Park station were horrific. They were being managed, but people visiting the venue need to factor in this waiting time. We almost missed our last train home.

Permitted bag sizes allow you to bring a tiny bag, anything larger requires a bag drop. Not great when you are trying to carry water/liquid to keep hydrated in this crazy, hot weather.

More water taps please
Written August 14, 2022
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