The new Wembley Stadium cost £798 million

Stadium Facts

Wembley Stadium is the national stadium of England and the home of English football. Put simply, it really doesn’t get any better than Wembley. 

With 90,000 seats, it’s the largest sports venue in the UK and the second-largest stadium in Europe. 

Iconic and internationally recognised as world class, Wembley hosts the biggest and best events, including: the 1966 World Cup Final, the nail-biting action of EURO ’96, the 1948 Summer Olympics, and the 2015 Rugby World Cup. 

It’s dramatic looking too. In fact, the striking 133-metre tall arch is the world’s longest single span roof support structure and is visible right across London. Plus, there’s a sliding roof to protect fans from the elements. 

And it just keeps getting better. With investments in a new pitch, floodlights and PA system, Wembley’s the perfect place to witness the most incredible moments in sport and entertainment. 

Want to know more? Here are just some of the impressive stats that make Wembley one of the world’s best stadiums. 

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Wembley in numbers

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Wembley general info

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