Wembley Stadium

Wembley Stadium

THE WORLD'S MOST FAMOUS STADIUM

Wembley Stadium connected by EE is owned by the Football Association and run by Wembley National Stadium Limited. Designed by Foster and Partners, this 90,000 seat venue is famous for its iconic arch, which replaced the old stadium’s twin towers when it reopened in 2007.

As the home of Football, Wembley Stadium hosts England Internationals, 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.


IN NUMBERS

90,000

Seater Stadium

1km

Circumference of the Stadium

1923

Originally Opened

2007

New Stadium Opened

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