Wembley Stadium

Obviously this is not a club. But you might want to catch a Cup, playoff, or international game there, or just go out for a tour. It’s an incredible place.

LOCATION: Northwest of Greater London about 30 minutes from the center by train

CONTACT:, 0800 169 2007, #Wembley

NICKNAMES: None, really. It’s just the national stadium. But the word Wembley means a lot more than the stadium anyway. Read on to see why.


The idea of a national stadium is slightly confusing to people from the U.S. Almost every country in the world has one except us. We are, of course, just too big for such a thing, and we’re used to big games moving around anyway. Imagine having the Super Bowl in Dallas every year just because it’s in the middle of the country. In England, the…


The Wembley tour is totally worth a trip out there. Tours are offered almost every day that there isn’t a game on. An adult ticket is £24 and kids under 16 are £17. There are also VIP options. The tour lasts about an hour and 15 minutes, and it’s pretty much a standard tour: in the box seats, hospitality areas, dressing rooms, and media room,…

Going to a Game at Wembley

GETTING THERE: Traditionally, Wembley Park is the way to go, as you come out of the ground with thousands of other people and walk Olympic Way up to the stadium. But the best way is to go to Marylebone station in London and take Chiltern Railways one stop to the Wembley Stadium station. You’re on the train for nine minutes, and from there it’s…

Wembley Tickets

Groundhopper Guides is an authorized reseller for tickets to the Community Shield, FA Cup semifinals or Final, the League Cup Final, international matches and Football League playoffs at Wembley.

Photo Gallery


More About Wembley

Powered By MemberPress WooCommerce Plus Integration