Wembley Stadium is one of the most iconic and famous sports stadiums in the world, located in London, England. It is one of the largest stadiums in Europe and has hosted some of the biggest sporting and music events in history. The stadium is home to the England national football team and hosts a wide range of sporting events, concerts, and other large-scale events throughout the year.
History The original Wembley Stadium was built in 1923 and was designed by the architect Sir John Simpson. It was used for the British Empire Exhibition and was later used as the venue for the 1948 Olympic Games. The stadium was home to the England national football team and hosted many major football events over the years, including the FA Cup Final.
In 2000, the stadium was closed for major renovations, and a new stadium was constructed in its place. The new Wembley Stadium was designed by the architectural firm Foster and Partners and was completed in 2007. The stadium has a seating capacity of 90,000 and is the largest stadium in the UK.
Sporting Events Wembley Stadium has been the venue for many important sporting events over the years. It has hosted the FA Cup Final every year since 1923, as well as the EFL Cup Final and the Community Shield. The stadium has also hosted the UEFA Champions League Final and the UEFA Europa League Final.
The stadium is also the home of the England national football team, and it has hosted many important international matches over the years. The stadium hosted the 1966 World Cup Final, which saw England win their first and only World Cup to date.
Concerts and Other Events In addition to sporting events, Wembley Stadium has also been the venue for many major music concerts over the years. Some of the most famous concerts held at the stadium include Live Aid in 1985, which featured performances from many of the world’s top musicians, and the Concert for Diana in 2007, which was held in memory of Princess Diana.
The stadium has also hosted a wide range of other events, including political rallies, religious gatherings, and even American football games. In 2014, Wembley Stadium hosted its first regular season NFL game, and it has since become a regular venue for American football events in the UK.
Tours Wembley Stadium offers guided tours of the stadium, which provide visitors with a behind-the-scenes look at the history and inner workings of the stadium. The tours take visitors through the players’ tunnel, the changing rooms, the Royal Box, and other areas that are normally off-limits to the public.
During the tour, visitors can also see the 1966 World Cup Trophy and the FA Cup Trophy up close, as well as other memorabilia from the stadium’s rich history. The tour provides a fascinating insight into the workings of one of the world’s most famous stadiums and is a must-see for any sports fan or history buff visiting London.
Conclusion Wembley Stadium is an iconic part of London’s sporting and cultural heritage. From the 1966 World Cup Final to Live Aid and the Concert for Diana, the stadium has played host to some of the most important events in history. Whether you are a football fan, a music lover, or just someone interested in the history of this incredible venue, a visit to Wembley Stadium is sure to be an unforgettable experience.
HOW CAN I ADD MY TICKET TO MY APPLE WALLET?
If your tickets are showing as Available and you want to add your ticket to Apple Wallet, you can select the ticket then tap the Add to Apple Wallet button and tap Next. You will need to view the page using your iPhone to use this option. Please note this is available for iPhone 6 and later plus Apple Watch.
HOW CAN I SEE MY ORDER HISTORY?
Use the My Account menu to navigate to My Orders. There you can see all orders you have made for upcoming events at Wembley Stadium. You will not see any orders for past events here.
HOW CAN I SEE WHAT TICKETS I HAVE PURCHASED?
Use the My Account menu to navigate to My Orders. There you can see all orders you have made for upcoming events at Wembley Stadium. If you select the order number for the event concerned you will be navigated to a page showing each individual ticket in that order and the current status of each ticket.
HOW CAN I UPDATE MY CONTACT DETAILS?
Use the My Account menu to navigate to My Details. There you can update your postal address, email address and telephone number.
HOW CAN THEY GET THEIR TICKET IN THEIR APPLE WALLET?
If your tickets are showing as ‘Available’ and you want to forward a ticket to their Apple Wallet, you can select the ticket you want to forward then select the ‘Forward Tickets’ option. You will be asked to enter the email address that the ticket should be sent to. The recipients of the ticket will receive an email with a link to add the ticket to Apple Wallet. They will also receive a PDF if they would prefer to print their ticket and bring that ticket with them to the event. Please keep in mind that if they add more than one ticket to Apple Wallet they will only be able to use one of them to access the stadium.
HOW DO I FIND MY TICKET IF THE NOTIFICATION DOESN’T APPEAR ON MY IPHONE OR APPLE WATCH HOME SCREEN?
Go into Apple Wallet where you will be able to find your Wembley ticket and select it. Watch how to use contactless tickets on your iPhone or Apple Watch: iPhone with Touch ID iPhone X Apple Watch
HOW DO I PRESENT MY TICKET AT THE TURNSTILE?
Your England v Italy ticket on your iPhone and Apple Watch - the fastest way to get into the stadium. Simply tap the notification to select your ticket as you approach the venue. Then Face ID or Touch ID and hold your iPhone or Apple Watch to the ticket scanner. There’s no need to unlock your device, open an app, or scan a code. If you are on an older device, tap on the notification and scan the barcode on the ticket scanner If you have multiple tickets, either forward the extra tickets to your friends or download and print the extra tickets before the match. To use your ticket with Apple Watch, swipe down to view your ticket notification when approaching the gates. Tap the ticket notification then double-click the side button and simply hold Apple Watch near the ticket scanner to enter.
WHAT DOES TICKETS ‘COMING SOON’ MEAN?
Electronic tickets are only available to be distributed or printed between 2 and 3 weeks prior to the event. If your tickets are showing as ‘Coming Soon’ please check back as we get closer to the date of the event. Please be assured that your tickets are secured at this time.
WHAT IF I FORGET MY PASSWORD?
You can reset your password at https://www.thefa.com/account/password-reset
WHAT IF I FORGET MY USERNAME?
Your username will be the email address you used when you first signed up at TheFA.com
WHY CAN I ONLY ADD ONE TICKET TO MY APPLE WALLET?
Once you have entered Wembley Stadium through our turnstiles, you will not be able to pass your iPhone or Apple Watch back to another member of your party for them to use another ticket on that device. If your order contains more than one ticket, please forward your party their tickets via email to add to their iPhone or Apple Watch or print the remaining tickets for them to use.