Wembley Stadium

Wembley Stadium Tickets

Wembley Stadium is a fantastic venue located in London, United Kingdom. There will be 17 upcoming events at Wembley Stadium - up next is Capital Summertime Ball London on June 16, 2024. Book your Wembley Stadium tickets through SeatPick today!

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About Wembley Stadium Tickets 2024/25

It doesn't get much bigger than the spiritual home of English football, based in the vicinity of north-west London. Wembley Stadium is home to 90,000 seats, making it the largest stadium in the UK and the second-largest in Europe.

Attending a live event at England's national stadium is a dream for many people around the world. Fortunately, here at SeatPick, you can find the best and cheapest Wembley tickets listed on the resale market.

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Wembley Stadium History

Wembley Stadium first opened back in April 1923, initially holding a 127,000 capacity. The stadium's inaugural event was the 1923 FA Cup final, in which Bolton Wanderers faced West Ham United, with a reported 126,047 spectators in attendance.

Wembley was renovated in 1963, gaining new features such as an electric scoreboard and an all-encircling roof made from aluminium and translucent glass. The stadium played host to the 1966 FIFA World Cup final, contested between England and West Germany. 96,924 fans filled the stadium as the home team recorded a famous 4-2 victory, with Geoff Hurst scoring a hat-trick for the Three Lions to capture a maiden World Cup title.

The old stadium was closed in October 2000, allowing for it to be rebuilt. Wembley reopened its doors in 2007, with a capacity of 90,000 for football games and more than 100,000 for music concerts. The new stadium is symbolised by the 134-metre-high Wembley Arch, which is said to support around 75 per cent of the entire roof load.

The 2007 FA Cup final was one of the first events staged at Wembley following the reopening of the stadium. 89,826 people were in attendance as Chelsea narrowly defeated Manchester United, 1-0.

To date, Wembley has hosted thousands of the most popular live events, ranging from football to boxing, music concerts, NFL matches, and even professional wrestling events.

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Club Wembley Membership

Those who hold Club Wembley membership are guaranteed a seat (and hospitality) at several high-profile events which take place at Wembley Stadium. These include the FA Cup final (and semi-finals), League Cup final, Championship play-off final, as well as all England Men's senior international matches at Wembley, among other events.

Even if you don't have Club Wembley Membership, you can still buy tickets for a variety of events taking place at this iconic arena. SeatPick provides users with access to a wide range of ticketing options, helping you discover the best and cheapest seats available via secondary sellers online.

Popular Events at Wembley Stadium

2024 in particular was a big year for Wembley Stadium. In addition to the annual FA Cup final and League Cup final, the national arena also hosted the UEFA Champions League final. On top of elite sporting events there are frequently a variety of music concerts held at Wembley Stadium.

A handful of eminent musicians had performances scheduled at Wembley in 2024, namely Taylor Swift, Bruce Springsteen, AC/DC, and Green Day.

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How to Get to Wembley Stadium

Getting to the stadium is very simple, and there are many routes to do so. Wembley Park is the closest London tube station, and there are plenty of bus routes to choose from.

Frequently Asked Questions about Wembley Stadium tickets

How Much Are Tickets for Wembley Stadium Concerts and Matches?

Wembley Stadium tickets usually start at €50 per ticket.

The price of watching an event at Wembley Stadium would cost €81 on average.

At SeatPick, we have access to a huge number of Wembley Stadium tickets; right now, by visiting the site to locate tickets, you will have access to 255. Take a look at the website for a better idea of what's available today, including the best hospitality packages.

Alternatively, you can visit the official website of the stadium and try to get tickets to a chosen event that way.

What is the Wembley Stadium’s Capacity?

The Wembley Stadium’s capacity is 90,000.

Where is the Wembley Stadium located?

The Wembley Stadium is located at London, Wembley, United Kingdom

How far is the Wembley Stadium from London’s city center?

You can find the direction to the Wembley Stadium here, if you are traveling to the event on event day, make sure to plan ahead and time your arrival to the Wembley Stadium, as traffic to the venue can be anywhere from 45 minutes to 2 hours.

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