Wembley Stadium - London
Access information for Wembley Stadium - London.
VENUE: Wembley Stadium, London
ADDRESS: Wembley, London HA9 0WS
CONTACT: 0844 980 8001
There are three tube stations for Wembley Stadium. Wembley Park – Which has step-free access, lifts and low-level counters. Wembley Central - No step-free access but has a gate for wheelchairs next to the Ticket Barrier and low-level ticket machines and Wembley Stadium – If you are using this station and require wheelchair access you need to phone Chiltern Customer Services on 0845 005 165 in advance so a ramp can be arranged for your travel.
The closest tube station to the stadium is Wembley Park.
A shuttle bus is available for disabled guests on event days between Wembley Park stadium and Wembley Park tube. To use this service visit www.brentct.org.uk or call 0203 114 7022
You can catch a bus to the stadium – 83, 92 and 182 - although please be advised not all the services are accessible and be prepared for long traffic queues on event days.
Blue Badge holders must pre-book parking spaces before 72 hours of the event via www.gotocsp.com
TFL provides a dial-a-ride service on match days. This is a door to door service for local members of dial-a-ride. For more information call 0845 999 1 999 or visit the TFL Website.
Selected National Express coaches offer disabled facilities. For further details visit http://www.nationalexpress.com/utilities/accessibility.cfm
You will find accessible entrances at every turnstile.
Accessible Dog relieving stations are located near turnstiles B and M.
Visitors with hearing loss can make use of the auditory enhancement system which provides event commentary, emergency announcements and information. Headsets can be borrowed from any of the venues information posts.
The outer concourse and ramp have smooth surfaces. All the desks and kiosks inside the venue are installed with induction loop facilities.
All the lifts are fully accessible and dedicated accessible lifts are situated at the entrances which can be found around the stadium.
If you need to hire a wheelchair for your stay please to a member of staff on the information desks on Level 1 Map or Level 5.
Accessible toilets can be opened by a RADAR key which can be borrowed from the information desk or by asking a friendly steward.
All ATM machines are positioned at an accessible height.
The kiosks around the venue offer a separate queue for wheelchair users
Accessible public telephones can be found on all the stadium’s public concourses.
Wembley Stadium has 310 spaces for wheelchair users which all provide extra seating for their PAs. One hundred spaces are reserved for amenity seating.
Powered wheelchairs are permitted into the stadium as long as they don’t exceed 4mph and they fit within the reasonable size requirement of 1,200mm in length X 700mm in width.
DID YOU KNOW?
The first FA Cup Final was played at Wembley Stadium in 1923.