Wembley is the home of English Football. The original stadium was built in 1923 and known as the Empire Stadium, remembered for its iconic twin towers designed by Sir Robert McAlpine.
The original Wembley Stadium was host to the annual FA Cup and League Cup matches and the Rugby League Challenge Cup since 1929.
Notable other dates in its eighty year history were the London Olympics of 1948, the memorable 1966 World Cup Final which England won against Germany score 4-2 after extra time. The Rugby League World Cup Finals of 1992 & 96 and the Finals of the European Championships in 1996.
In 2003 the stadium and its iconic twin towers was demolished to make way for the stadium we have today with its radial arch designed by Foster & Partners. Opening in 2007 and with a seating capacity of 90,000 Wembley Stadium still retains its world class status as a top sporting venue.
Although we are nearly at the end of the year Wembley Stadium, is still host to some great sporting action!
With Tottenham’s new stadium not being completed till January 2019, their home Premier League and Champions League matches are being played at Wembley.
November & December Matches:
24th Nov: Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea
28th Nov: Tottenham Hotspur v Inter Milan
5th Dec: Tottenham Hotspur v Southampton
15th Dec: Tottenham Hotspur v Burnley
26th Dec: Tottenham Hotspur v AFC Bournemouth
29th Dec: Tottenham Hotspur v Wolves
There’s been a great atmosphere during Tottenham’s matches at Wembley Stadium, making them worthy to go and see….
Although you can travel to by rail, TFL Tube or by bus, you might also wish to consider booking one of our London chauffeur cars
This will allow you and your guest’s time to relax and travel to the event in comfort without the trouble of worrying about taking public transportation and to look back on what will undoubtedly be some great weekends of sports.