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Reopened in 2007 as host of the England national soccer team, the reconstructed Wembley Stadium has developed into one of the most iconic sports venues in England. The arena has hosted major events in the past, like the Champions League Final and was prominent during the 2012 Olympic Games. Now, prepare to see the NFL International Series - Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Dallas Cowboys on November 09 with the details in this venue guide.
Wembley Stadium Seating Information
Wembley Stadium offers five levels of seating. The first, the 100-level, ranges from sections 101-144. As the venue roof has an opening above the main field area, guests sitting in the 100-level may get wet in the case of inclement weather. The 200-level ranges from 201-252, and the 500-level runs from 501-552. In between the 200- and 500-levels are a series of private boxes. In the level immediately following the 200s, the boxes range from 3001-3118, whereas the following level of boxes number from 4001-4043. These boxes may not be made available at every sporting event at the stadium.
Please note that certain sporting events--especially soccer matches--at Wembley Stadium may have strict guidelines as to where supporting fans can sit for their team. If implemented, the venue splits the stadium from east to west. It is best to check with the venue to verify any seating restrictions.
Wembley Stadium General Information
Any type of air horn, outside food and drink, coolers, strollers, professional cameras, backpacks, motorcycle helmets, umbrellas is prohibited within the venue. Moderately sized flags are usually allowed, so long as they do not block any signage, exits, or view of other guests. All children under 16 require a ticket and must be accompanied by an adult.
At certain events, strict guidelines may prohibit fans of opposing teams from commingling in designated areas to ensure the safety of venue guests.
Wembley Stadium Parking Information
Adjacent to the venue are two official, stadium-affiliated parking areas (yellow and green). It is advisable to purchase parking passes ahead of time to ensure a guaranteed space.
Wembley Stadium is also accessible by train, the London Underground, buses, and bicycle. Bike parking is available on site near the green parking area.
Wembley Stadium Gate Times
Normally, Wembley Stadium gates open between one and two hours prior to the start of the event.
Wembley Stadium Accessibility
Wembley Stadium was designed with specific input from accessibility organizations to make the stadium as amenable as possible to all guests. Accessible parking spaces are located in both venue garages, but these must be reserved more than 72 hours before an event. Typically, a shuttle bus service is also available from Wembley Park Station. Each turnstile area has a staffed accessible entrance. Assisted listening devices can be reserved ahead of time, wheelchairs may be rented, and all levels of the stadium are accessible via designated elevators. Accessible seats are located across all the levels of the stadium.
The venue highly recommends that any special arrangements be coordinated directly with the venue's Disabled Liaison Officer prior to the event.