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Wembley Stadium is one of the most iconic stadiums in the world. Its metal arch towers in to the sky above the football stand below.
The primary use of Wembley Stadium is to host football matches, including the FA Cup Final and home matches for the England football team.
Wembley Stadium is versatile in its uses. The 90,000 seat capacity stadium of one continuous stand around the pitch, and benefits from a partial sliding roof.
Wembley Stadium's seating consists of three tiers of seating, with seat blocks numbered in a clockwise direction from the halfway line. The front tier with seat blocks numbered from 101 - 144 are closest to the pitch and lowest in the stand. Behind these are seat blocks 201 - 252, which are further away from the pitch and raised higher in the stand. In the final tier, seat blocks 501 - 552 can be found. These are highest in the stand and are furthest from the pitch.
Wembley Stadium has been designed with the seated spectator in mind, giving every seat block a great unrestricted view. There isn't a seat in Wembley Stadium with a restricted view.
Take a look at the Wembley Stadium Seating Plans at the top of this page, and to give you an idea of the seating plan at Wembley Stadium, here's a description of some of the most important seat blocks in the stand. You can click on each of these and see a view from the seat each seat blocks at Wembley Stadium.
George Michael, Metallica, Green Day, Foo Fighters, Madonna, Coldplay, Oasis, Take That. If you are buying or selling gig tickets, check their position within the stadium first to make sure you have a great view.