- A must for football fans
- Guided tour of the national stadium
- Visit behind the scenes, including the changing rooms
- £14.17 per person
Wembley has been the home of English football since 1923, with the new modernised stadium opening in 2007. There's only one way to get close to experiencing what it's like to play here, and that's by taking a tour behind the scenes of England’s national stadium. Your fully guided tour will follow in the footsteps of legends and take you into areas usually reserved for the biggest names in the game.
Feel the excitement of the changing rooms, where the players prepare for the most important matches of their lives, and sense the tension of the players’ tunnel as you follow their path to the pitch. Sit in the seat of the England manager and climb the 107 steps to the Royal Box – you can even be photographed with a replica of the FA Cup.
- 75-minute tour of Wembley Stadium
- Sit in the England manager’s chair and visit the changing rooms, the players’ tunnel and the dugouts
- See the press conference room and post-match interview area
- Climb the steps to the Royal Box and have your photo taken with the replica FA Cup
- See the statue of the late, great Bobby Moore
Please note that ticket restrictions apply, see FAQs for details.
What happens on the day?A
On arrival, you'll be greeted by your guide who, over the duration of the tour, will share with you their extensive knowledge of the history of both the original and new Wembley Stadiums. This is the ideal opportunity to ask all those questions you've been dying to find out the answers to.
Your visit takes in the England manager’s chair in the Press Conference Room, the England changing room, the players’ tunnel and the steps to the Royal Box and you can have your picture taken with the replica FA Cup.
You'll also have the chance to take photographs of historical treasures, such as the original FA Cup rule book from 1863, now part of The FA 150 Exhibition, celebrating 150 years of English football.
Who is the experience suitable for?A
• Minimum age: 16
• We recommend although they will be admitted free of charge, that the tour is not suitable for children under the age of 5. Buggies and Prams are not permitted on the tour
• A general level of fitness is required to walk around the stadium but if you have any access restrictions and/or special requirements please inform us at the booking stage and suitable assistance will be provided as necessary
When can I do this?A
Tours depart hourly from 10.00 to 15.00 every day with the exception of event days and certain other days in the calendar; please check www.wembleystadium.com/tours - link in for general information such as our calendar including opening/closure dates not for booking for details. Tours are subject to availability, alteration and cancellation at short notice. Please see website for a full list of the terms and conditions.
Please note: from Monday 29 February 2016 to Friday 26 August 2016, the tours of Wembley Stadium will not include the Manager’s Benches or the Royal Box due to essential maintenance within the stadium.
Throughout that time, Wembley’s award-winning guided tours will still include the fantastic England Dressing Rooms, the Press Conference Room and the Players Tunnel which are usually reserved for the biggest names in sport and music. The tour also features spectacular, unrivalled views from Wembley’s upper tier while simultaneously showcasing historical artefacts such as the world famous FA Cup, the 1948 Olympic Flag and the infamous Crossbar from the 1966 FIFA World Cup Final.
We recommend you book at least four weeks in advance to ensure that dates are available. This is only a guideline and we advise you to book as early as possible to ensure that dates are available before the expiry date listed on your voucher. All bookings are subject to availability.
How long should I allow for this experience?A
Tours last approximately 1 hour 15 minutes but please allow up to 2 hours for your visit.
Please note the gift shop closes at 17.00, so account for this if you book a later tour in the day.
How does this work?A
All you have to do is pay for the experience and we’ll send a voucher through the post, then you just need to check the info and book your experience.
What additional information is there?A
There are a limited number of Car Park spaces available to Tours visitors which can be found in the Green Car Park directly in front of the stadium located off of Engineers Way. There is a ‘Pay on Foot’ parking system in place and current parking charges are £3.00 for up to 2 hours and £5.50 for up to 4 hours.Wembley Stadium car parks are owned by Wembley City Estate Management Limited and operated by City & Suburban Parking Limited (CSP) and therefore Wembley Stadium is not responsible for parking charges.
What about insurance?A
The centres contracted with us hold public liability insurance. We also hold contingency liability cover. You will not be liable for accidental damage to equipment, except where damage has been caused as a result of recklessness or wilful negligence.