After an incredibly successful and record-breaking debut in the UK, AEW All In London returns for the second time. Find out the details of the major event in the Capital, including when and where it will take place, who will be fighting, and how you can watch the event live & in style.

AEW  (All Elite Wrestling) came to the UK for the first time on the 27th of August 2023, to the delight of fans across the pond.

Over 80,000 enthusiastic pro-wrestling fans flocked to Wembley Stadium to witness the extraordinary talents of wrestlers like Saraya, MJF, and Will Ospreay.

This event provided a unique and rare opportunity for British fans to experience a live event of such magnitude. The last significant US wrestling show at Wembley dates back to the iconic Summerslam in 1992.

Next summer, AWE will make their second foray into the UK and they will be doing so in a bold and brazen fashion, going to one of the nation's leading venues.

Interested in attending the event? Find out all the information you’ll need for AEW All In London 2024, including when and where it will be held, the stars who will be on the show, and how you can attend the event in luxury fashion with premium AEW London tickets and hospitality packages.

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About AEW’s UK Tour

AEW is the leading rival of the WWE in the professional wrestling scene. What started as a concept for independent wrestlers has turned into one of the most popular and successful promotions in the world.

AEW, which stands for All Elite Wrestling, is still in its infancy, having only started up in January 2019. It features some of the biggest names in the wrestling world, such as:

  • Jamie Hayter
  • MJF
  • Dr. Britt Baker
  • The Elite
  • Adam Cole
  • Jon Moxley
  • Bryan Danielson
  • Chris Jericho

Fans around the world have called for the promotion to come to their country, and for British fans, their prayers have been answered - and in a big way.

AEW won’t be returning to the UK for a simple house show (small shows that aren’t televised) or for an episode of one of their shows (Dynamite, Rampage, Dark, Dark: Elevation).

They will be bringing one of their premium pay-per-views, All In to the UK. This is a big deal as All In was the event that essentially started AEW.

All In was an independently produced PPV that came as a result of a bet with wrestling journalist Dave Meltzer made by Cody Rhodes (who is now back in WWE) and a few other future AEW wrestlers.

The success of All In helped launch All Elite Wrestling, so the relevance of the PPV is not lost on the promotion.

AEW UK Tour 2024: Dates, Location, & Schedule

80,000 People leave Wembley Stadium after the match between England and Brazil.You can also see Sirius just above the stadium’s arch
Image: Wembley illuminated with fans leaving the stadium. Photo by Jaanus Jagomägi / Unsplash

AEW All In will be a big show, not just for the fact that it's the second one in the UK, but because it will be held at the biggest stadium in the UK, Wembley Stadium.

The 90,000-capacity stadium is expected to be at almost full capacity, if not max capacity, which will be the biggest crowd AEW has ever performed to.

The pay-per-view will be happening on 25th August 2024, which should provide good weather, perfect for the open stadium.

As for the schedule for the day, it is not yet confirmed. It will start to take shape closer to the date, so be sure to come back here as we will keep this blog updated with all developments.

AEW UK Tour 2024: Rumours and Speculation

Looking ahead to the pay-per-view, there is nothing confirmed for the card just yet. There are still two other PPVs before this one, as well as many weekly shows, so it is very up in the air who could appear on the night.

Some stars are likely to feature could be the current women’s AEW world champion, Saraya, hails from Norfolk, so even if between now and then she drops the belt, she is very likely to be on the show and placed very high on the card.

The 31-year-old and her wrestling family served as a remarkable inspiration for the film 'Fighting With My Family'. "The fact that it's Wembley Stadium in my home country, it was the most amazing experience of my whole life," she said.

"I never thought I was going to wrestle again," she added (via BBC). Saraya, formerly known as Paige in WWE, made a sensational comeback to wrestling after retiring from in-ring action while with the WWE due to injuries.

Another fighter in AEW who could appear on the card is Will Ospreay. According to a report by FanNation, just a few weeks ago at the Full Gear pay-per-view, there was an exciting introduction of the newest addition to the AEW roster - Ospreay.

Although relatively unfamiliar to American wrestling fans, Ospreay has gained recognition for his incredible athleticism and is prominently known for his performances in New Japan Pro-Wrestling. With an impressive track record of delivering thrilling matches, he is prepared to elevate his career even further in 2024 by joining AEW.

The highly regarded Tony Schiavone took the stage to introduce Ospreay, igniting a wave of excitement among the crowd as soon as his entrance music played. Fueled by adrenaline, Ospreay made an electrifying entrance, entering the ring with a burning desire to wrestle - an opportunity he would soon have in AEW.

At the age of 30, Ospreay is poised to become AEW's next breakout star. Although he still has obligations to fulfill in NJPW, he plans to establish himself as a full-time force to be reckoned with in AEW, potentially as early as next spring.

How to see AEW’s UK Tour 2024 live & in style

In an interview with the BBC, AEW head Tony Khan revealed that their highly anticipated return to London's Wembley Stadium in August next year will be the only event they will be hosting in the country in 2024.

Make sure you seize the opportunity to be part of the thrilling action. At Seat Unique, we are excited to provide you with access to official premium AEW London tickets and hospitality packages, ensuring you have the ultimate experience at the promotion's highly anticipated second UK show.

You can revel in the action while indulging in fine luxuries such as VIP access to the stadium including arrival and to the fantastic hospitality lounges, a comfortable padded seat in a prime location, and many more brilliant benefits!

AEW London VIP tickets and hospitality packages will be available to purchase on Friday 1st December at 9 am. Get yours while you can now.

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