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Wembley Stadium Football Hospitality & VIP Tickets

Enjoy the ultimate VIP matchday experience at Wembley Stadium, the historic home of football. Official hospitality packages guarantee your seat at select England Men's Home Internationals, Emirates FA Cup Fixtures, EFL Play-Odds, and more. Wembley Stadium will host England Football fixtures and international matches in 2024.

As an Official Hospitality Sales Agent for Wembley Stadium, Seat Unique provides you access to premium tickets and hospitality packages. Official hospitality and VIP tickets for concerts at Wembley Stadium can also be purchased through Seat Unique. Here's what you can expect to benefit from when you book a VIP matchday experience:

What's included with Wembley Stadium football hospitality?

Taphouse

Wembley Stadium Taphouse Social

Taphouse Social offers access to the newest premium area at Wembley Stadium, featuring premium bar food and outlets, along with premium seats on Level Two with padded seats and fantastic views of the pitch.

You and your guests can enter the stadium 2.5 hours before kick-off and indulge in the finest food and drinks at the premium bar and food outlets within Taphouse Social.

Additionally, you can enjoy the delicious food offerings of M&S Foodhall within the concourse and extend your match day experience by enjoying the facilities for 1 hour after the final whistle.

Centre Circle

Wembley Stadium Centre Circle hospitality buffet

For the Centre Circle package, you can experience a grand entrance through the Wembley Stadium hospitality entrance and watch the game from premium seating on Level Two, specifically positioned in the prestigious Halfway Line seats directly across from the dugouts.

Access to the stadium three hours before kick-off is included, as well as a complimentary street food buffet before the match and free-flowing wine, beer, and soft drinks before the match, at halftime, and post-match.

The stadium remains open for an hour after the match ends, and dedicated Wembley Stadium hospitality staff are available throughout the event.

Private Box

Wembley Stadium private box

The Private Box experience offers you and your guests access to an 8-seater private box (must be purchased in its entirety), with private box access from 3 hours before kick-off until 1.5 hours after the final whistle. You and your guests can relax in premium padded seating located outside the box on Level 3/4 and enjoy a delectable pre-match meal served in the box.

A complimentary bar is available with a selection of beer, wine, and soft drinks, and guests can enjoy five-star service with a dedicated chef and host/hostess available throughout the event.

Additionally, you and your guests can stay up to date and enjoy pre-game coverage on a 42' flat-screen TV with AV functionality, and each guest receives an official matchday programme.

Bobby Moore

Wembley Stadium premium seats

The Bobby Moore package ensures a grand arrival through the Wembley Stadium hospitality entrance and grants access to one of Wembley's most exquisite hospitality lounges for a luxurious experience. You will secure premium seating on Level One, offering seats behind the dugouts on the Halfway Line.

You and your guests can access the stadium three hours before kick-off and delight in unlimited Laurent Perrier Champagne throughout the event. A four-course à la carte meal is provided, with mini gourmet pies during halftime and a selection of cheese and biscuits after the final whistle. The stadium doors remain open for an hour post-match to allow guests to continue relishing the atmosphere.

Wembley Football Stadium Seating Plan

The seating plan for Wembley football is divided over three tiers whereby Level Two seating offers the clearest unrestricted view of the pitch.

On Level Two, Taphouse Social Seating tends to provide a goal-view of the pitch whilst Centre Circle seating gives a broader view of the pitch from the side.

Similarly, the private boxes on Level Three give enviable views of the pitch whilst offering cordoned-off privacy to guests.

Be sure to treat yourself at the next fixture you want to attend there and secure your hospitality at Wembley package now.


Wembley Stadium Centre Circle Seating Plan


Wembley Stadium Bobby Moore Seating Plan


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Wembley Stadium Football Fixtures 2024

Wembley Stadium is the largest and most iconic venue in the UK with a 90,000-seat capacity. Named “the cathedral of football” by Brazilian footballer, Pelé, the home of English football is internationally recognised as a world-class venue.

The historic stadium is the home of England national football and houses huge events including, the Carabao Cup Final, FA Cup Semi-Finals including Manchester City v Chelsea on Saturday 20th April & Manchester United v Coventry City on Sunday 21st April, FA Cup Final and more!

England Football at Wembley in 2024

About Wembley Stadium

Wembley has been the home of English football and a major sporting and cultural venue since it was built in 1923.

Originally known as the Empire Stadium, it was built for the British Empire Exhibition and was intended to be demolished after the exhibition. However, its popularity as a sporting venue ensured its survival, and it has since undergone numerous renovations and refurbishments to become the impressive stadium that it is today.

Wembley Stadium has a seating capacity of 90,000, making it the second-largest stadium in Europe and the largest in the UK.

It has hosted some of the most significant sporting events in history, including the 1948 Summer Olympics, the 1966 FIFA World Cup Final, and the 2012 Summer Olympics.

The stadium underwent a massive renovation between 2003 and 2007, at a cost of £798 million, which resulted in a modern, state-of-the-art facility.

Two of the most distinctive features of the new stadium are the arch running overhead and its partially retractable roof, which can be closed in just 30 minutes, providing shelter to fans and players alike.

The arch's purpose is not only to be rather aesthetically pleasing but to provide structural support for the roof.

The roof has also allowed Wembley to host events such as boxing matches and concerts that were previously impossible due to weather concerns.

Wembley Stadium has played host to a number of historic events, none less than the 1966 World Cup Final which saw the host nation England win their first and to date only World Cup, and the first ever FA Cup Final in 1923.

Often referred to as the ‘White Horse Final’, the match between Bolton Wanderers and West Ham United was chaos, but not for the action on the pitch.

The newly-opened Wembley Stadium at the time had a capacity of 125,000. Come the day of the match, official numbers had exceeded that, coming in at 126,047. However, a flood of people before the match saw chaotic scenes. People packed into the stands, overflowing the terraces, resulting in spectators standing in the area around the pitch, and even on it at some points.

The name ‘White Horse Final’ came about as the iconic images of mounted police officers, with one in particular on a grey horse, herding people and clearing the crowds. It was estimated that around 300,000 spectators had managed to get into the stadium that day.

In addition to football and music events, Wembley has also hosted other major events, such as the NFL London Games, which began in 2007 and have seen some of the biggest American football teams play in the stadium.

Football Finals at Wembley Stadium

As the home of English football, Wembley Stadium hosts all the major cup finals from the various levels of the FA system.

The FA Cup is undeniably the biggest cup final to happen every season, with the two semi-finals and the final taking place at Wembley. As mentioned earlier, the first FA Cup final held at Wembley was in 1923.

On the weekend before the start of the Premier League season, the Community Shield, a match played between the reigning league champions and FA Cup winners, is contested at the stadium.

The Carabao Cup is the first piece of silverware available each year. The final takes place at the beginning of February, with only the last game of the competition played at Wembley.

The EFL play-off finals for the Championship, League One, League Two, and National League are also contested here.

Multiple other cup finals are played at Wembley, such as:

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