Wembley stadium: England ticket prices, stadium tours, parking & all you need to know

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With a number of friendly fixtures in the pipeline for the Three Lions, Goal takes a look at everything you need to know about their home stadium

The home of English football. 

From the famous twin towers of the old Wembley Stadium to the iconic arch which stands above the new Wembley, the venue has played home to the England national team since 1923.

Of course, the Three Lions have used various locations to host opponents over the years and the stadium itself has been used for outside events, but Wembley is globally recognised as home of the English football team and will be used for the upcoming friendly between Gareth Southgate's side and Italy ahead of the 2018 Russia World Cup.

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But how do you buy tickets, how much does a stadium tour cost, and how many fans does Wembley hold? Goal takes a look.


How much are England tickets?


Tickets for England's upcoming friendly tie against Italy range in price. 

The price of an adult ticket starts at £20 in the family enclosure, while to sit in the upper East Stand of the stadium a seat will cost you £35. Lower stand adult tickets in the East are £45, as are tickets for the upper North, while spots in the lower corners will set you back £55. 

For a Level 1 category ticket, which is a seat in the central areas in the lower North and South, adult tickets cost £70, and the most expensive seats, Level 2 Premium tickets, are priced at £100 each.

A number of group discounts are available for England fans, while OAPs, Students and U16s can claim reduced concession tickets.

Entry for children are priced at £10, £25, £35, £45, and £60, depending on where they sit in the stadium.

How to buy England tickets

Tickets can be purchased through the FA Ticketing site or fans can call the ticket hotline on 0844 826 2010*.

*Calls cost 7p per minute plus your phone company's access charge.


How much are Wembley Stadium tours?


Wembley Stadium

Should you wish for a behind-the-scenes visit to Wembley, a stadium tour is available for booking.

During the experience, fans will have access to the players' changing rooms, the press room, the tunnel area, and also be able to enjoy a pitch-side view from the benches. 

A look at the 1966 World Cup trophy and other prized pieces of memorabilia will be included, as well as a detailed history the national team. Most importantly, visitors will be able to take photographs of their trip and will be presented with a souvenir to keep.

The full tour will last 75 minutes and costs £22 for an adult, £14 for an under-16, £14 for an OAP, and £55 for a family ticket. Kids under five years of age go free.

Groups of 25 or over are eligable for a 15% discount, while student tickets are available for £14.


Wembley Stadium events


The following is a list of Wembley Stadium events in 2018, listed on the official Wembley Stadium website.

Event Date Start (UK time)
England vs Italy March 27 20:00
Checkatrade Trophy final April 8 15:00
Tottenham vs Man City April 14 19:45
FA Cup semi-final April 21 TBA (To be announced)
FA Cup semi-final April 22 TBA
Tottenham vs Watford April 30 20:00
Women's FA Cup final May 5 17:30
Vanarama National League Promotion Final May 12 TBA
Tottenham vs Leicester  May 13 15:00
FA Cup final May 19 TBA
Non-League Finals Day May 20 TBA
Championship play-off final May 26 TBA
League One play-off final May 27 TBA
League Two play-off final May 28 TBA
England vs Nigeria Jun 2 17:15
Ed Sheeran Jun 14-Jun 17 TBA
Taylor Swift Jun 22-23 TBA
FA Community Shield Aug 5 TBA
Challenge Cup final Aug 25 TBA
NFL Game One Oct 21 TBA
NFL Game Two Oct 28 TBA

 All events are subject to change.


Wembley Stadium parking


Supporters are advised to travel to Wembley Stadium by public transport, though there are a number of options open to those wishing to drive.

A 'resident’s only parking permit scheme' operates in the Wembley area on stadium event days and can be pre-booked by supporters wishing to park in the official car park. 

How to get to Wembley?

Visitors can also park at a number of stations and travel the rest of the journey by rail, tube or bus. 

The following lines serve the stadium: Wembley Park Station, Wembley Stadium Station, and Wembley Central Station.

Bus routes servicing the area include 18, 83, 92,182, 224 and 297. 


Wembley Stadium seating plan


Wembley

Wembley Stadium is made up of four conjoining stands - the North and South, which run parallel to the pitch, and East and West, behind the goals.

There are three levels of seating, with lower, mid and higher tier block tickets available for purchase.

Level 3 and Level 4 seating are reserved for Club Wembley seats.


Wembley Stadium capacity


The official Wembley Stadium capacity is 90,000. 

While using the stadium as a temporary home ground, Tottenham set the record for the highest ever Premier League attendance after 83,222 filled the seats for their north London derby with Arsenal in 2018.

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