Heading to Wembley Stadium for a match or an event? Here’s the ultimate guide to event day at Wembley Stadium.
Getting to Wembley Park
Wembley Stadium is serviced by the Jubilee Line and Metropolitan Line (via Wembley Park Station) and the Bakerloo Line (via Wembley Central Station). The London Overground runs to Wembley Central Station, offering access to Clapham Junction in just 22 minutes.
Fast Chiltern Railways and Southern Railways trains service Wembley Stadium station on a regular basis. Hop on a Chiltern Railways train at Marylebone (only 9 minutes), or a Southern Railways train at Watford Junction (only 14 minutes).
Enter postcode HA9 0FA in your Sat Nav to reach Wembley Park by car. You’ll also see signs for Wembley Stadium all along the A406 North Circular, coming from the M1, A40 or M25. If you’re coming from central London, take the Harrow Road (A404) north-west to Paddington Station, and then take the A40. Once you reach Wembley Central Station, turn right onto Wembley Hill Road and follow the signs for the Stadium.
There are more than 3,000 secure parking spaces around Wembley Stadium, starting at only £1. It’s always a good idea to book your parking space in advance. For events at Wembley Stadium or the SSE Arena, use the Yellow Car Park or Red Car Park, both just 5-minutes away on foot. Parking prices vary – check this link for a full breakdown of parking costs at Wembley Stadium.
Visiting Wembley Stadium
Follow this guidance for a stress-free visit to Wembley Stadium.
- Bag Policy – Wembley Stadium does not allow any bag larger than an A4 piece of paper – double-check before you leave the house.
- Covid-19 guidance for fans - Some venues and events may require proof of a negative Covid-19 test, so check back closer to the event for specifics. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the Stadium, and you must wear a mask at all times.
- Arriving at the stadium – When you arrive at the stadium, show your mobile ticket and ID. It’s easy to display your ticket on the EURO 2020 Mobile Ticket App, launching nearer to the tournament. Bring a small power bank with you to keep your phone charged up all day. You’ll also need to wear a face mask at all times when inside Wembley Stadium, including during the match. Finally, no umbrellas are allowed inside, so a disposable poncho is always a good idea in case of rain.
- Safety Measures – Wembley Stadium is implementing many new Covid-19 safety measures to keep everyone safe. These include more than 800 hand sanitiser stations throughout the venue, extra disinfection and cleaning regimes, cashless transactions, queuing management, staff education, and compulsory masks. Some events may also require a negative Covid-19 test.
What do I need to bring with me?
Don't forget the following items before your visit to Wembley Stadium.
- Your mobile ticket and ID. You might want to bring a portable power bank to charge your phone as well. The EURO 2020 Mobile Ticket app will be your best friends, so make sure your phone has charge when visiting Wembley Stadium.
- Your face mask. This MUST be worn at all times during the match and walking around the stadium. Please note your mask needs to be of a standard that complies with local legislation, so scarfs or headbands may not be accepted.
- Other documents. You may be required to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test or proof of vaccination. This will differ slightly across venues. Check out Wembley Stadium's COVID-19 guidance to find out what's required in London.
Pro tip - buy a waterproof poncho! Trust us. It'll be your best friend.
Please do not bring umbrellas, professional cameras or food and drink.
BOXPARK Wembley Fanparks
Heading to one of the BOXPARK Wembley Fanparks? You’re about to be treated to a brilliant pre-match experience, with plenty of street food and great bars. To enter the BOXPARK Wembley Fanparks, you’ll need tickets for specific Stadium event to follow.
England Fan Park
England v Croatia - 11am to 2pm
England v Scotland – 11am to 8pm
Czech Republic v England - 11am to 8pm
Visiting Wembley Park
A trip to Wembley Stadium can turn into a full day out, with loads of great places to eat, drink, and shop. Choose from dozens of different restaurants near Wembley Stadium, 22 street food vendors at BOXPARK Wembley, bag a bargain at the London Designer Outlet, and play a game of beer pong – and that’s all before the match even begins.
Check out our complete guide to things to do around Wembley Stadium here.
Places to Stay Near Wembley Stadium
Planning to turn your visit to Wembley Stadium into an overnight trip or a minibreak? You’ll find a number of great places to stay near Wembley Stadium, from the 4-star Hilton and Novotel to independent hotels with local character.
Travelling from Abroad
Are you thinking about travelling from abroad to attend a match at Wembley Stadium? You will need to follow all current UK border entry restrictions and requirements. This may include quarantine and negative Covid-19 test results. The rules in place now may change closer to the match, so check in on a regular basis. Keep up to date with current guidance here.