London’s largest and most prestigious sporting stadium, Wembley Stadium is the home to English football and plays host to all domestic club competitions including the upcoming FA Cup Final. Opened in 2007, the new Wembley Stadium was built on the same site as the original stadium that hosted the 1948 Olympic Games and the infamous 1966 World Cup Final, which saw England lift the cup! Get a sneakpeek of what to expect during a Wembley Stadium tour below…
Not only will you get a glimpse behind-the-scenes at one of the world’s most famous sporting venues, from exploring the team dressing rooms and climbing the steps to the Royal Box, to walking the players tunnel, experiencing the press room and more, but you’ll learn some amazing facts about Wembley, the famous faces who have played there, history of English football and more from one of Wembley’s knowledgeable and charismatic tour guides. We were lucky enough to get shown around by Richard and managed to catch him for a quick Q&A after the tour! Click below to find out what his favourite part of the tour is, how he landed the job and the best part of the gig!
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