Wembley Stadium

Home of great events

As the home of Football, Wembley Stadium hosts great Wembley events from England Internationals such as England vs Italy, the FA Cup Semi Finals and Final, the League Cup Final and the Football League Playoffs. Wembley has twice hosted the Champions League Final, in 2011 and 2013. In 2020 Wembley Stadium will host the Semi Finals and Final of Euro 2020.

Beyond football, The Rugby League Challenge Cup Final takes place here every year and the NFL International Series has made Wembley its home.

Wembley Stadium also hosts some of the world’s greatest music events. Recent years have seen AC/DC, Eminem, Take That, the Foo Fighters, One Direction and Ed Sheeran all play to capacity crowds.

Take a tour

Relive Wembley Stadium’s greatest moments on a fascinating 75-minute guided tour of one of London’s most memorable landmarks. From England’s glorious World Cup victory in 1966 to the unforgettable Live Aid concert in 1985, this astoundingly massive building has been witness to some of England’s most important cultural moments. Find out more and how to book.

Study here

UFCB is the first Higher Education establishment of its kind, worldwide. With one of three campuses based at the home of football, Wembley Stadium connected by EE, it offers a range of unique undergraduate and post-graduate courses in sport and business management. Since opening in 2014, the range of degrees on offer from UCFB is rapidly expanding with courses in sports psychology, sports law and sports advertising and sponsorship. The students learn in classrooms that overlook the famous turf, making it a rare and exciting place to learn in specialised fields.

Getting to Wembley Stadium

Wembley Stadium is very well connected with three stations, three tube lines, Overground and two National Rail lines.

And with excellent road links to the M1, M40 and M25 the site is perfectly located for every major transport hub.


There are 3,000 car parking spaces in five car parks make it easy to park close to where you need to be at Wembley Park.




Seater Stadium


Circumference of the Stadium


Originally Opened


New Stadium Opened