Wembley Stadium has been built to the highest specifications offering every visitor an unrivalled event-day experience.
Wembley's Access and Inclusion strategy has been developed in consultation with statutory bodies, Level Playing Field and other relevant groups. Our Access and Inclusion strategy has been developed from the initial principle that the design of the Stadium should be inclusive to all.
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In terms of our facilities for our disabled visitors, World Stadium Team (the Stadium’s architects Foster and Partners & HOK Sport) designed facilities following consultation with specialist user groups (including Level Playing Field), Sport England and Brent Council. The design is in keeping with legislation and relevant guidance documentation including the Guide to Safety at Sports Grounds 1997 (the Green Guide).
There are three stations servicing Wembley Stadium. Wembley Park, Wembley Central and Wembley Stadium.
Find the location of accessible turnstile entrances into the Stadium and see information on the facilities available on the various levels within the Stadium.
There are 310 places for wheelchair users and an equal number for their personal assistants. These seats are distributed across each of the levels.
There are two main types of seats at Wembley Stadium – General Admission and Club Wembley (including Boxes).
Equality, Diversity and Access
Wembley Stadium’s commitment is to confront and eliminate discrimination whether by reason of gender, age, sexual orientation, gender re-assignment, marital status, race, nationality, ethnic origin, colour, religion or belief, ability or disability.
Contact details and useful links to help you plan your visit.
Frequently asked questions about accessibility issues at Wembley Stadium.