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Wembley Football Stadium Hotel and Travel Guide

Wembley Stadium is rightly seen as the home of football with history and traditions from over a hundred years. The Wembley venue is host to some of the richest and most important days in the football calendar, ranging from the F A Cup Final and semi-finals, England home International games to the Football League Play off finals and the League Cup final.

If you are lucky enough to be going to see your team at Wembley, you can not guarantee a win but you can be assured that your trip to Wembley will serve up drama on the biggest stage. The football travel guide is here to help you make the most of your football day from important club contact numbers and web addresses to great quality and competitively priced hotel accommodation close to the ground.

Wembley contact details

Wembley National Stadium Ltd

T: 0844 980 8001 
F: 020 8795 5050

Getting to Wembley Stadium

Wembley Stadium is very easy to get to by public transport. Wembley Stadium station is only ten minutes from Baker Street (Metropolitan Line) and only nine minutes from Marylebone over-ground station.

Alternative underground stations are Wembley Park on the Metropolitan and Jubilee Line which is about 10-15 minutes walk and Wembley Central on the Bakerloo line which is 20 minutes walk.

If you are driving to Wembley Stadium:

North - M1/A1 > A406 >A404

East - M11 > M25 (J23) > A1 > A41 > A406 > A404

South - M25 (J8) > A217 > A240 > A24 > A3 > A306 > A205 >A406 > A404

West - M4 > A312 > A40 > A404

Wembley has official on-site car parks which are available on a pay as you enter basis. You can pre book parking by visiting There are many unofficial parking areas operated nearby the ground but beware these will be at your own risk.


What's happening at Wembley Stadium

Wembley Stadium plays host to some of the biggest dates in the footballing calendar...

England International football team

As home to the England football team, it was also the venue of England's finest footballing success on the International stage - the World Cup final in 1966. The England team play all their home matches at Wembley Stadium which means a regular fixture list of World Cup Qualifiers, Euro Qualifiers and of course some friendlies - ensuring a cast list of some of the best players and teams in the World.

For tickets to England matches check out the FA ticket website.

F A Cup Final

The F A Cup is the oldest domestic Cup competition in the world, having started in 1871. As the competition is open to league and non league professional and non professional) clubs the F A Cup has gained a famous reputation for its ‘giant killings’.

The F A Cup Final takes place at Wembley Stadium at the end of May.

Portsmouth are the current holders of The FA Cup after beating Cardiff City 1-0 in a dramatic tournament last season.

Manchester United hold the record for the most wins in this competition having lifted the Cup 11 times.

Tickets for the FA Cup will be available via the competing clubs - please see our club pages for the relevant details.

Championship Play-Off Final

The finale to the Championship season with 2 teams fighting it out for the last promotion place to the Premiership. Financially this is one of the World's biggest games with millions in revenue assured to the winner simply for making it to the elite league. The Championship play off final is played at Wembley in May.

Tickets for the Championship Play-Off Final will be available via the competing clubs - please see our club pages for the relevant details.

League One Play-Off Final

The League One Play-Off Final takes place at Wembley Stadium in late May, as two teams battle it out to win promotion the Championship.

Tickets for the League One Play-Off Final will be available via the competing clubs - please see our club pages for the relevant details.

League Two Play-Off Final

Held in May at Wembley Stadium, the League Two Play-Off Final guarantees the winner promotion to League One. A great atmosphere is assured as the fans of both teams thoroughly enjoy their day as the focus of the football World on the biggest stage of all.

Tickets for the League Two Play-Off Final will be available via the competing clubs - please see our club pages for the relevant details.

League Cup Final

The mid season 'other' cup competition in England has had various sponsors over the years and therefore many names from the Milk Cup to the Coca-Cola Cup. Open to all League Cups it has a reputation of seeing some of the leagues minnows upsetting some of the Premiership's the big fish.

The final is held at Wembley Stadium in February/March.

Tickets for the League Cup will be available via the competing clubs - please see our club pages for the relevant details.

Wembley Stadium Tours

During the Wembley Stadium tour you will have the opportunity to see the areas which are crucial to the national team on a matchday - the Players warm-up zone, England's changing rooms, treatment rooms, the dugouts, press conference room and post-match interview area.

You will also get a chance to see a statue of the most capped outfield player ever to play for England and one of the true legends of football - Bobby Moore. As well as all of this, you even have the chance to visit  the spectacular Royal Box with The Cup! Find out children, adult and family tickets >


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