Where do I go to collect my tickets at Wembley Stadium?
Tickets can be collected at the Ticket Offices at Wembley Stadium.
Directions:- The collection offices are located just below the Bobby Moore Statue. 
  YOU WILL NEED: a copy of your order confirmation along with a form of ID for example Driving license, Passport, Debit or Credit card (something that has your name on it). There will be safety stewards at the ground that will give you assistance if you are having difficulties locating the collection point. The Stewards that were there last time I went were pretty decent people and were always willing to help.

See the map below it shows you where the ticket offices are.

The Ticket Office should open about 4 hours before the match, 
get there early there's bound to be queues

Wembley Stadium‘s policy has recently changed and they are now able to provide duplicate tickets providing certain criteria are met. Wembley’s criteria being ‘Tickets that are not received in the post or reported stolen where the Ticket Agency has recorded customer name and address details and the seats allocated to this customer’.**Duplicate - A replacement ticket for a seat which is the same as the original ticket apart from the bar code and bar code number. This will override the original ticket which will not gain access to the stadium. 



When the roof is in its fully closed position it's lined up with the touchlines leaving most of the seats covered but the pitch uncovered. In the event of rain some fans on
Level 1 will get wet (your seat will also be wet), so I would recommend those fans that are in Level 1 dress accordingly in bad weather as Wembley Stadium's roof does not close fully!!!!!

Entry to the stadium is via unmanned turnstiles, you place your ticket into a scanner (you get your ticket back) and then go through a tunstile, after this point your bags are searched.

Before the match
If you want to enter the seating area to take photos and have a look around or go to your seat (before the start of the match) then you will need your ticket (the Stewards will ask for it) so don't throw your ticket away once inside the ground, I was asked for mine three times when I went back and to.

    Wembley Stadium .. click here

The WEST end of the ground is to your right as you come out of the tunnel so seating approx 144 -123 (Tunnel is situated 144-101 area)


Click on the picture above if you have your seat number and it will show you the view from your seat.

How long will the match last?

Please note: if a  match is subject to extra time and penalties.

 The match could therefore finish approx 1 hour and 45 mins after kick off (if complete in 'normal' time), 2 hours and 20 mins after kick off (if extra time is played) or up to 2 hours and 50 mins after kick off (if extra time and penalties are required).

I've worked out a Table of Events for a 1.30 Kick-off
do not take this as gospel it's just what I think it will be 

Table of Events
 for a 1.30 Kick-off

12.40-13.00 Players Warm Up on pitch 
13.15 Players ready in tunnel

13.20 Players led out onto pitch
& i
ntroduced to Presentation Party
13.26 National Anthem
13.30 Kick-off


All WEST END FANS PUBS will have door staff on them which is either a condition of their licence or agreed on a voluntary basis. The Doormen will sometimes ask you to show your match ticket. There will be no police on any of the public houses checking who enters as this is a matter for the licensee rather a police function.

The pubs West End fans usually have to use are:
  Some of these pubs are only 5-10 minutes walk from the stadium

The Green Man - Dagmar Avenue, Wembley, HA9 8DF
Blue Room - 53 Wembley Hill Road, Wembley, HA9 8BE
Wetherspoons - JJ Moons - 397 High Road, Wembley, HA9 7DT
Thirsty Eddie’s - 412 High Road, Wembley, HA9 6AH
Flannery’s - 610 High Road, Wembley, HA0 2AF
Mannions - 313 Harrow Road, Wembley, HA9 6BA
Innisfree 30 - 32 Harrow Road, Wembley, HA9 6PG
The Copper Jug 10 The Broadway, Wembley, HA9 8JU
Fusilier 652 Harrow Road, Wembley, HA0 2HA (Approx 1/2 hr walk to stadium)
and a few others pubs as well.

The Green Man Pub
is one I have been to, brilliant atmosphere here the day of the match (info further down page) to the west of the stadium just off Dagmar Avennue, it's a 5 minute walk from the stadium (or 10 minutes if the legs aren't what they used to be) they have a good size car park & beer garden as well. As a note of interest, they do have unnofficial Wembley Event Parking here, details further down the page.
I've found a Match Day guide to pubs around Wembley
it was made in 2012 but should still be ok

 Pub Guide 2012  .. click here

Wetherspoon’s JJ Moons - 397 High Road


 Thirsty Eddies -
412 High Road, Wembley


both on High Road, between Wembley Central Station and the stadium.

Flannery's Bar - 610 High Road


Mannions 313 Harrow Road

Blue Room Bar & Restaurant  - 53 Wembley Hill Road


The Innisfree  30 - 32 Harrow Road, Wembley


The Copper Jug - 10 The Broadway, Wembley


The Fusilier (approx 1/2 hr away from stadium)


The Green Man Pub - Dagmar Avenue, Wembley

(click on the picture with the pumps for the website)

£4 a pint here (2013 price, served in plastic glasses)
You'll have to climb a very steep hill to get to it (it had me out of breath). It's situated just off Dagmar Avenue. On the positive side it's all downhill back to the stadium. In the good weather it has Marquees outside with a BBQ, once inside is full then you have to stand in the beer garden, 
that's ok if the weather is good if not you're gonna get wet. 

The Green Man also has a 1/2 acre Beer Garden 

Green square marks the Green man Pub on the map below
and red circle is Wembley Stadium Station
Wembley Event Parking at The Green Man (see below)
click here (unnofficial parking) 

 Wembley Stadium Parking 
Prices below to park on Wembley Stadium Car Park

If you are taking a car, coach, minibus etc to Wembley Stadium YOU MUST BOOK a place on the Car Park 

To reserve your space and avoid disappointment, pre-book your space early.

Blue Badge parking is available to purchase via www.wembleyofficialparking.com. For information regarding the parking facilities available to blue badge holders, please visit the Disabled Access page. 


Wasp Parking (Car Park 4 minute walk from the stadium)
Kelaty House, First Way, Wembley, London, HA9 0JD 

SECURITY: CCTV and lighting throughout.
 Fully manned and patrolled by uniformed staff for the duration of your stay. 
 Protection is provided within a secure, gated compound. 
Book a parking space ...  
£10 a Car/£15 a Van/Minibus .....Coach prices via email) 
Car Park open 3 hours prior to kick-off and closes 1 hour after match finishes
For those of you using SatNavs the postcode is 
HA9 0JD  Have a look at the interactive maps on their  page as well as the directions listed below for those of you travelling in either direction on the A406 (N Circular Road). 

Please note: Road closures take place for Wembley Stadium event days, police do put restrictions in place, closing South Way to the car park. They suggest you use the North Circular Road (A406) and follow the instructions below to find them easily. If your sat-nav directs you via Harrow Road (A404), please ignore it and continue on the North Circular Road (A406), until you get to Drury Way (B4557) or Great Central Way (B4557)
Click here for Wasp map and more detailed directions to car park

 (Mostly drives at Private Houses)


Making the Racecourse Ground your starting point it will take you approx 3 -3.5 hours to get there... Click here for map.  Est fuel cost approx £35 - £40 One way depending on the type of car you drive

Postcode for Sat Nav (Wembley Stadium) HA9 0WS


Crewe & Chester have 24 hour car parks.
Chester Station car park
Crewe station car park

Most (but not all) of the trains going back to North Wales and the North West leave from NORTH WEMBLEY Station (NWB) and NOT Wembley Central (WMB) both have overland and underground stations, just double check when booking your ticket which station you are using to return home. You can see both stations on the map below.


Wembley (Stadium)Train Stations
Click here for all Wembley Stadium Stations info

Wembley Stadium and the surrounding area are served by: Wembley Park, Wembley Central and Wembley Stadium stations.

Wembley Park Served by:•  Jubilee line•  Metropolitan line. The journey between Wembley Park and Baker Street station takes just 15 minutes on the Metropolitan line. It takes about 10 minutes to get to Wembley Stadium on foot from the station.

Wembley Central (WMB) Served by:•  Bakerloo line•  London Overground (London Euston to Watford Junction)•  Southern (National Rail)•  London Midland (National Rail). Check the live departures from Wembley Central station. It takes 15 minutes to get to Wembley Stadium on foot from the station.

Wembley Stadium Served by:•  Chiltern Railways (National Rail)

North Wembley Station (NWB) is further away from the stadium than these 3 stations, don't forget to check when booking which of these stations the train goes to and leaves from as on train timetables when booking a ticket they are usually identified as NWB & WMB.

See the map below for the area where the stations are situated

Hotels near Wembley Stadium


- Flags are not generally confiscated, however the obstruction of gangways, access routes, exits and entrances, health and safety signage and stairways is strictly forbidden.
- Wembley Stadium reserves the right to confiscate flags if they are very large or may compromise public safety, obscure someone’s view, a camera position or if a flag carries offensive, discriminatory or inflammatory messaging.

- Flags more than 250cm in size at their widest or longest section will not be allowed and flagpoles greater than 1m in length will not allowed.


Prohibited ItemsThe following articles must not be brought within the Ground: knives, fireworks, smoke canisters, air-horns, flares, weapons, dangerous or hazardous items, laser devices, bottles, glass vessels, cans, poles and any article that might be used as a weapon and/or compromise public safety.

Any person in possession of such items will be refused entry to the Ground.

Any article that might be used as a weapon, be deemed to be offensive or abusive, or compromise public safety, will be confiscated and or reported to the police.

Unlicensed musical instruments: trumpets, drums and other devices capable of causing a disturbance or nuisance.
Flag poles greater than 1m in length and flares. Bottles, glass vessels, cans, flasks.
Frisbees and similar items, dangerous or hazardous items, illegal substances, explosives or ammunition; fireworks, knives, blades or other weapons, firearms, scooters, skateboards or other skates. Laser devices, smoke canisters, signs or items with corporate or inappropriate branding, unauthorised fliers, spray paint, large industrial style “permanent“ marker pens, prams / push chairs, transmitting devices, professional cameras & recording devices (This applies to cameras that have interchangeable lenses), large suitcases, lap tops, and back packs
(trip hazards), illegal merchandise items, water bottles (need to have the ability to decant), illegal charity collection utensils, motor bike helmets, umbrellas, darts, hampers and cold boxes, air horns, alcohol and animals (except service dogs & guide dogs)


You are not permitted to take any bottle (plastic or glass), can, or drinking glass
 into the stadium. If you wish to take your own drinks in, then they need to be cartons (juice etc) or those squeezy packs that some sports drinks come in. (Lucozade Sport etc) - but this is at the total discretion of the stadium.

This is the kind I mean you can buy them for about a £1 for 5 at Poundland or £1.99 for 10 at Aldi, well worth risking taking them in at that price, if you have kids then the soft drinks inside the stadium are expensive and range FROM £3.10 (2013) get your kids to carry their own bag with their food and drinks into the stadium. There's a Tesco Express near the stadium, you could always buy some extra things from there if you run out. (map where Tesco Express is further down page)

(All prices from 2013)

 A small quantity is allowed to be taken into the stadium. 
 Food must be in disposable packaging, and in a small bag or rucksack
 (Sorry guys no big man Butty Boxes allowed your butties have to be in bags)
 So if you want to take your Butties, Crisps and Pies into the ground make sure the bag you carry isn't too big (no Desperate Dan Backpacks full of food!!!).

Bag searches are conducted once through the turnstiles

Inside you can buy many types of hot food and drinks, but at HIGH PRICES!!!.

Hot Chocolate, Tea and Coffee is
£2.20 and can be taken to your seats
 (unlike alcoholic drinks)

Wembley Stadium offers a range of food:
 A hot dog will cost you
   Fish and Chips will cost you £8.00 and a pie is £5.50
Burger & a Coke will cost you £9.90
Burger & Chips below will cost you £8.00

Crisps and confectionary products are also available with prices starting from £1.20.

(There are food vendors on the outer public concourse, which encircles the Stadium 
 selling cheaper food than this, so eat just before you go in)

 If you don't want to pay Wembley Stadium prices then look for somewhere local to eat  (websites below this section) or  take your own to eat in the stadium, on the coach, in the car etc. Remember to leave some food on your coach for when you get back on,  as there won't be time to go looking for food when you come out, they'll want you loaded up and away ASAP. Some coach companies WILL leave without you if you are not on the bus by a certain time, don't think they will wait because they won't, I know it happens, as it did last time I went to Wembley, some lads were left there, their coach wouldn't wait for them.  Coaches usually have at least one stop on the way back home and in
most Motorway Service Area's they sell hot take away food, so I suggest you wait until the first Motorway Service Area on the way home to get food.

(All prices from 2013)

Alcohol is sold within Wembley Stadium in the form of; 
Carling, Carlsberg, Tetley's (all £4.70 - £5 a pint), Red & White wine (187ml bottle £4.50), 
Smirnoff Ice (275ml bottle £4.80) and various spirits (pre-mixed £5.50). 
Your pint  or 1/2 pint with come in a plastic glass, you CANNOT take any alcohol to your seat. 


You are PROHIBITED from being in possession of any intoxicating liquor, or bottle, can or other portable container and which could cause damage or personal injury when entering the Ground 

There are links on the web pages of these takeaways that tell you opening times, a lot of the places like McDonalds, Burger King etc will be open.There are also food and drink facilities available outside the Stadium on the outer public concourse, which encircles the Stadium.

Wembley Park Boulevard is open now. In the London Designer Outlet next to the stadium you'll find loads of restaurants like Frankie & Benny's, Zizi, Wagamama, Pizza Express, Costa Coffee, Starbucks, Subway to name but a few.

Wembley Park Website .. Click here

You'll find a couple of ATM's by Tesco Express 
on Stadium Way 


There's a Tesco Express just on the corner of Empire Way & Stadium Way if you need to grab something quick. (see map above for the location) if you need bearings whilst you are there, look for The Holiday Inn on Royal Route and Tesco Express is in the next street.

 Click the picture links below for takeaway websites and maps of where they are

Click on the picture link for more places close by

You'll find a lot of the fast food restaurants on High Road .. click on the picture links to find their locations


Wembley Park Station ................. has a McDonalds and Wimpy
 Wembley Park Drive....  has several chicken and pizza places 
                                Wembley Central ...... has KFC, McDonalds, Burger King and a
Wok’s Cooking, all situated on High Road on the walk up to the ground.
                      Wembley Stadium station...... there's also a couple of take aways outside here.
 All are within a mile of the ground and for the difference in price compared
 to what you'll find inside, make it well worth the effort to find these places.

Click here for larger map

Click on picture link above to see streets around Wembley Stadium

Wembley Stadium Tour

Toilets at Wembley Stadium

You'll find Gents and Ladies toilets both sides of the exit
 as you go into the food hall from your seats. Go to the toilets just before half time or whilst the match is on, otherwise you'll find the queue is a mile long across the food hall at half time. 


There is an accessible entrance at every set of turnstiles for wheelchair users, semi-ambulant visitors and those accompanied by assistance dogs. All turnstiles are manned by trained stewards.

At each kiosk there is an accessible queue point and counter space are available for wheelchair users. Signage, tactile and visual indicators within the Stadium are provided where appropriate.

All stewards will be trained in assisting disabled visitors. One of the modules on their steward training programme is dedicated to assisting disabled visitors.

Each wheelchair platform will have a dedicated steward to provide assistance where required.

 Accessible public telephones are located on all public concourses. There are ten information desks distributed across Levels 1, 2 and 5.

There are two dog relieving stations (next to turnstiles B & M) located on the east and west external public concourse. 

An auditory enhancement system providing coverage of the seating bowl and public concourse areas has been installed. The system will provide event commentary, information and emergency announcements. Wembley Stadium provides a specific commentator for sensory impaired visitors. Headsets are available and can be collected from any information desk.

Blue Badge parking is available to purchase via www.wembleyofficialparking.com. For information regarding the parking facilities available to blue badge holders, please visit the Disabled Access page.



Wembley Stadium offers visitors the opportunity to use  young visitors wristbands that can be collected at any Information Desk or from a member of our Customer Services Team. Simply fill in the reverse of the wristband with:Young person's name, Parent/Guardian name, Contact number, Seat location, Date, Event. Place the wristband on the young person’s wrist, and remove the numbered tab; please keep this with you. If you were to become separated, the Event Day Team will be able to easily locate and reunite you.


For the latest matchday info, pub news, closed stations and cancelled trains, schduled engineering works or any unforeseen public transport problems:

 The Met’s official Twitter feed @MetPoliceEvents
The Transport for London website

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