England v Brazil/Belgium: supporters guide

England v Brazil / Belgium

Saturday, 23 March 19.00 & Tuesday, 26 March19.45


Up next at Wembley Stadium is a double-header featuring Gareth Southgate’s England.

Five-time World Cup winners Brazil will be first to take on the Three Lions, followed by Belgium three days later.

To ensure everyone attending gets the most out of their visit to Wembley Stadium we have the following guidance.

Travel to the stadium

We are trying really hard to keep our carbon footprint down, and around 80% of people attending events at Wembley Stadium now use public transport.

We would encourage all our guests to consider the various travel options in place.

Travel by Rail

Wembley Stadium benefits from easy access to three rail / London Underground stations. These are:

Wembley Stadium station – This is the nearest station to Wembley Stadium – located around 400m (4-minute-walk) from the venue. The station is one stop from London Marylebone on Chiltern Rail Services.

Wembley Central station – Located around 8 minutes away, this station is served by the Bakerloo Line & London Overground lines with services to key destinations including London Paddington and London Euston stations.

Wembley Park station Situated around 1000m to the north of the stadium (9-minute walk) this station is served by Metropolitan and Jubilee lines.

Please leave more time for your journey and plan ahead. Please check the National Rail Enquiries and TfL Updates on event day for real-time travel information and status updates.

Coach Travel

National Express is the official coach partner to Wembley Stadium and is a popular choice with many football fans.

National Express drop off at the stadium from over 30 locations around the UK making it the easiest and most convenient way to travel to Wembley.

All National Express coach services aim to arrive at the stadium well before kick-off and leave promptly once the match has finished.

Return fares can be booked from just £36 for adults and £33 for children.

For dedicated National Express services to Wembley visit the National Express website here or call 08717 81 81 81.

Car Travel

Parking at Wembley Stadium is limited and all spaces must be booked in advance via the Wembley Official Parking website.

Please book early to avoid disappointment. Any vehicles which do not pre-book will not be granted access to the stadium car parks. Customers are advised to park via the official car parks only.

Blue badge parking is available for ticketholders with accessibility needs and this can also be booked directly through the Wembley Official Parking website. For any further accessibility requirements, please review Wembley Stadium’s Access Information page, or visit the Guest support portal.

NOTE: Wembley Stadium is now part of Transport for London's Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ). For more information click here

Stadium access

Club Wembley doors will open three hours before kick-off for both games and General Admission doors will be open two hours before.

Make sure you arrive at the stadium in good time to assist with security protocols.

An additional ticket check operation will be in place at the bottom of Olympic steps - please have your tickets ready, as you may be asked to show our match day stewards.

Please refer to your ticket for your turnstile colour zone. The quickest route to your turnstile entry point is by following the signage for the colour zone. Please ensure you enter via the correct turnstile.

Children (14 years and under) must be accompanied by an adult. Children under the age of two will not be permitted into the stadium.

Fan Zones

The dedicated Fan Zone outside the stadium is an area where supporters can join fellow fans to enjoy a drink, including alcohol, get some food and soak up the pre-match party atmosphere with music from our resident DJ.

The Fan Zone is located on the East Concourse area of the stadium and is open from 4pm and will stop serving alcohol one hour before kick-off.

Supporters will need to present a valid stadium ticket to enter the area which has a limited capacity. The stadium’s bag policy (see below) also applies to anyone visiting the fan zone.

No-street-drinking zone

Brent Council and its partners enforce a No Street Drinking Zone on Olympic Way and the surrounding area for all events at Wembley Stadium as part of the current Public Space Protection Order.

Spectators drinking on Olympic Way and the surrounding streets will be asked to hand over their alcohol and enforcement action may be considered.  

We are taking these steps to provide a safe and enjoyable environment for everyone.

Supporters wanting alcohol before the game should head for the licensed bars or restaurants in the area or make their way to the dedicated fan zone outside the stadium.

Restricted bag policy

Wembley Stadium operates a restricted bag policy. Each person can only bring one small bag into the stadium, and it must not be bigger than A4 size:

Height – 297mm (11.7 inches) - Width – 210mm (8.27 inches) - Depth – 210mm (8.27 inches)

Please note, this means the overall bag size – bags that are half-full and folded over to reduce their size will not be accepted. Anyone carrying bags that do not meet the criteria above will not be allowed into the stadium. A full list of prohibited items can be found here.

Disabled supporters

Wembley Stadium is a welcoming and inclusive venue for all guests with access requirements. There are 310 places for wheelchair users, each with a personal assistant/companion seat. The stadium also provides a range of services for guests with specialist access requirements including a shuttle service from Wembley Park Station. More information can be found here.


The use of pyrotechnics, flares and smoke devices inside or outside Wembley Stadium is illegal and prohibited. Anyone caught carrying or using pyrotechnical equipment inside the stadium will be immediately ejected from the stadium, banned from future events and dealt with by police. Those caught using pyrotechnic equipment anywhere outside of the stadium will be in breach of the PSPO order and face enforcement action

Anti-social and discriminatory behaviour

Wembley Stadium operates a zero-tolerance policy on any form of anti-social and discriminatory behaviour. If you witness any anti-social or discriminatory behaviour on the day, text HELP to 66566 or contact your nearest steward

Offensive Chanting

Wembley Stadium has a zero-tolerance policy on any form of anti-social, offensive and discriminatory conduct, and anyone found guilty of this behaviour will be ejected from the stadium and reported to the authorities. Offensive tragedy-related chanting, gesturing and displaying of abusive messages is unacceptable and will not be tolerated. People who are found to have committed offences face stadium bans and potential criminal prosecution.

Food and drink

Wembley Stadium offers an extensive range of food and drinks inside the stadium – more information is available here.

New for 2024 - On level one the stadium has introduced a new frictionless Tap Bar, allowing guests to access refreshments quicker and more conveniently.

The bar deploys the latest technology to enable customers to simply tap their card on entry, pick up what they need and then walk out – without the need to queue or pay at a dedicated paypoint.

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