Wembley Stadium opened in London in 2007 and is one of the biggest stadiums in Europe. Owned by the governing body of English football, the Football Association (FA), Wembley Stadium hosts major football matches including England’s international matches and the FA Cup Final. The unsupported 440-foot tall Wembley Arch, a recognisable London landmark, crowns the stadium and supports more than seventy-five per cent of the total roof load and spans 315 metres. Unbelievable, right? Take a guided Wembley Stadium tour to explore this fantastic mega construction.
Visit the UK’s largest sports and music venue
Wembley Stadium is Europe’s second largest stadium. It hosted the 2011 and 2012 UEFA Champions League Final, and the Gold Medal football match of the 2012 Summer Olympics. The Stadium was home to Premier League football club Tottenham Hotspur from August 2017 to March 2019.
As well as being a famous sports stadium, Wembley Stadium hosts music concerts for some of the most popular artists to date – Green Day, Metallica, AC/DC, Muse, Queen, Eminem, One Direction and many more. Take photos of this spectacular stadium to let your friends know where you went for a stroll!
Go behind-the-scenes at the most famous stadium in the world
Feel the presence of the world’s most acclaimed artists and sportspeople on your Wembley Stadium tour. Check out the England dressing room, the players’ tunnel, the press room, the Royal Box and the real FA Cup.
Discover Wembley Stadium’s illustrious past
Wembley Stadium began its life as the Empire Stadium, which featured the renowned Twin Towers, the destruction of which broke many hearts. The original venue was built in 1923 and demolished in 2003, only to be rebuilt and relaunched in 2007. The debris was used to construct the Northala Fields in Northolt, London.
Wembley Stadium is a place where impressive crowds gather to spectate the world’s greatest performers and players. Learn its history and enjoy a fantastic day out on a Wembley Stadium Tour.
- Learn about the stadium and its history from a professional guide.
- Relive great football moments and create new ones while you explore the iconic landmark.
- Enjoy panoramic views of the entire stadium from several vantage points!
- Professional guide.
- Visit to the Press Room, Dressing Room, Players' Tunnel and Royal Box.
- Hotel transfers.
The tour is available every day from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. However, the tours are occasionally closed on certain days. The exact dates can be seen during the booking.
How to get to Wembley Stadium
Buses travel through routes 83, 92 and 182 from Wembley Park Station and Wembley Central to Wembley Stadium.
Pre-book a spot online to use the coach park, which is just across the Stadium.
The closest stations are Wembley Park station, Wembley Central and Wembley Stadium, which are a 10-minute, 25-minute, and a 10-minute walk away respectively.
In case you are driving, reserve a spot early to make use of the Official Wembley Stadium Car Park.
How long does the Wembley Stadium tour take?
The tour lasts approximately 75 minutes. We advise allowing an additional hour for a visit to the Stadium Store afterwards.
Getting your tickets
You will receive an email confirmation with your Wembley Stadium tour ticket voucher shortly after booking. There is no need to print. Please display the same with a valid photo ID at the meeting point.
Wembley Stadium tour tickets are only valid for the date and time of the booking.
This experience cannot be cancelled, amended or rescheduled.