Wembley Stadium opened in 2007 and was built on the site of the earlier Wembley Stadium which was demolished in 2003. The stadium hosts major football matches such as the FA Cup Final and home matches of the England national association football team.
Wembley Stadium is a UEFA category four stadium. With 90,000 seats it is the second largest stadium in Europe and the largest stadium in the United Kingdom. It is owned by The Football Association through their subsidiary Wembley National Stadium Ltd (WNSL).
Designed by HOK Sport (known as Populous since 2009)[ and Foster and Partners, it includes a partially retractable roof and the 134-metre-high (440 ft) Wembley Arch. The stadium was built by Australian firm Multiplex at a cost of £798 million.
In club association football, in addition to the FA Cup the stadium hosts the season-opening FA Community Shield match, the finals of the Football League Cup, the Football League Trophy and the Football League play-offs. In European football, it hosted the 2011 and 2013 UEFA Champions League Final. The stadium also hosts the rugby league Challenge Cup Final, the National Football League’s International Series and music concerts.
From England’s glorious World Cup victory in 1966, the unforgettable Live Aid concert in 1985, FC Barcelona’s stunning UEFA Champion’s League triumph in 2011 or the historic ongoing tradition of the FA Cup Final, the Wembley Stadium Tour gives you the chance to relive your greatest moments, and create some new ones, as you go behind-the-scenes at the most famous stadium in the world.
Your guided tour will include access to Wembley’s historical treasures such as the 1966 World Cup crossbar, the Jules Rimet Trophy commemorating England’s World Cup glory, the original flag from London’s 1948 Olympic Games and much, much more.
Tour length : 75 MINUTES
Child (Under 16)-£9
Family Ticket -£41
Seniors (Over 60)-£9
New VIP Tour! £45
Groups of 25+ -15% Discount
More information about the booking available on the official website: http://www.wembleystadium.com