Wembley Stadium is the second largest stadium in Europe, with seating capacity of 90,000 located in North West London.
It is chosen as a host for football at the London 2012 Olympic Games. Wembley Stadium is around six miles from the city centre, its stunning arch is more than 130m high and it comes with a sliding roof to protect against bad weather.
It is the home venue of the England national football team, and serves as England’s national stadium.
Dates for football matches at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Getting There to Wembley Stadium
There are two recommended National Rail stations which provide access to Wembley Arena: Wembley Stadium station, with direct services from Marylebone station in central London, the Chilterns and Birmingham, and Wembley Central station, with direct train services from Euston station in central London. Both have connections from the National Rail network.
London has an extensive bus network and there are routes and stops in the area. For more details and for any changes to routes or stops during the Games, check the Transport for London website closer to the date of your event.
Wembley Stadium Address
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