hahah 2nd best after anfield !
Wembley National Stadium, Brent, London HA9 0WS
- Wembley Park Station (0.8 km)
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105 reviews of Wembley Stadium in English
The food a drink is pretty pricey considering the rest of Wembley is pretty cheap.
£6.50 for a plain hotdog with a bit of onion and nothing else is far too expensive for the quality and quantity. If you like hot chocolate then don't order one here. It's just hot water with a little bit of chocolate powder and again will set you back a few quid.
When I've been before they've always announced when half time was over and the match was going to start except when I went last Saturday when they didn't announce it at all. Which is pretty bad, especially as it was a cup final as people had paid good money to see the match.
The pitch itself is nice but I feel that the facilities provided hamper this from being a great stadium.
I also fail to see how those idiots spent £1 billion on building this with a budget of £100 million. It barely looks like a £100 million stadium. For a billion it should be a lot better.
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Love it! A huge improvement from the previous stadium, seats are larger and much more comfortable. The stadium creates a huge buzz and electric atmosphere from the moment you step inside. A must visit!
Having been to both the old and the new Wembley I can confirm that while the stadium is now more comfortable, modern and shiny the atmosphere hasn’t changed much at all – to my delight. As with anything in the UK, it’s the transport services that let it down. Trains are appalling and expect long queues. Love it as a football stadium though. When you walk out to the seats for the first time its vast expanse become apparent however, quite surprisingly, it still feels like an arena from gladiatorial Rome! Awesome…
I went to see Take That on the 1st July at the new stadium.
I walked in without getting crushed, got a drink without queing forever, got to the toilet with no problems, and still found somewhere to sit to watch the show.
My sister was going to come with me, but she's 24 weeks pregnant, and the last time I went to the Stadium, it was too cramped, so I thought it best for her and her baby's safety.
Well I couldn't of been more wrong.
They're were heavily pregnant women there, people wearing maxi dresses, and people in high heels, etc.
Apparently, the stadium was full, 85,001 capacity. It was gr8. Plenty of room everywhere.
I will definately be going back now without the worry of the hustle and bustle of people.
The only down side, is getting there. The roads are appalling. So if you do go, GET THE TRAIN!!
My first ever trip to Wembley Stadium was to see the England v Switzerland Euro 2012 Qualifier.
Even after being very squashed on the underground by some merry football fans, I was excited to step out of Wembley Park station and see the staduims arch in front of me.
The atmosphere inside was electric as the sun shone through the open roof. The new Stadium is truly is an amazing feat of engineering. With a full capacity of over 85,000 the sound is an incredible 360 degree experience.
The match itself was a typical England affair, with Switzerland fairing better for most of the game. The final score of 2-2 didn't really reflex the game play but both sets of fans seemed happy enough as they started the long walk back to the station.
I am sad that I never went to see a game at the original Wembley Stadium before it got rebuilt but I have to say, whether you are a football fan or not, it is a rather impressive building to spend an afternoon in.
Just watched Man City beat Man utd here
Here's a prediction
David Moyles wiil be the next Man utd manager ...............
Wadders, 21 April 2011:
Chris Moyles?? Radio 1 DJ.......surely not??
barry james, 22 April 2011:
ney wadder lad i said david moyes everton manager
not chris moyles radio one disc jokey ....
get a tenner on it now .........
jonathanhughes2, 29 July 2011:
nooooo you want to put your money on jose murinho!
The architecture is great, simple and modern.
I was there for a MUSE-gig and in the first row and the sound was awesome.
The food was quite good for a stadium, but could be cheaper (as almost everything in London -.-)
A friend of mine told me, that the atmosphere at football games is not that good but this does not influence my rating until I checked on my own.
The wembley stadium is one of the best I have seen. As modern Stadiums go it is up there with the best!
The tour is great too.
You get to go into the players dressing room and also get up in the Royal box
the Wembley arena is a great place to see live shows. have been several times.
always arrive early as the queues always long and around the building. (no good when its rains)
once in plenty of toilet facilities , staff generally very helpful.
prices of food and drink on the real expensive side. food not up to much.
better up eating before arriving. plenty of outlets in the high street 5 mins away.
parking is a night mare. car parks expensive.
Not bad for a large scale venue. We got lost a few times but staff were helpful enough.
The only thing that annoyed me was how long the queue to the cloakroom was. We waited in line for an hour only to find there was only one person working there, in what appeared to be a cupboard. They ran out of hangers so everyone had to throw their stuff in plastic bags, which were then thrown in the cupboard. We missed half the support act, and decided to leave early to avoid the cloakroom rush.
The gig was great (we went to see Pendulum). The lasers and sound system added to the experience. We were slightly put off by constantly being offered drugs which i guess could be avoided if spot searches were carried out.
Drinks were extortionate at £3 for a bottle of water!
Overall, i would only go if there was someone i really wanted to see, had no baggage, and felt like getting high.
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