There’s no better place to experience the Euros atmosphere than Wembley Park!
Football really is coming home this summer as Wembley Stadium hosts a grand total of eight EURO 2020 matches throughout June and July. So far, all three of England’s games have been at Wembley Stadium, and there’s more to come with the winners of group D playing their last-16 tie on June 29, followed by the semi-final and final matches on July 6, 7 and 11! But whether you’ve got match tickets or not, Wembley Park is undeniably the number one place to soak up the atmosphere and get in the spirit of the Euros.
You can book a table and enjoy a big screen viewing of any non-Wembley Stadium matches at the BOXPARK Wembley FanPark. It’s the perfect place to watch the football to feel even closer to the action!
Especially since, while you’re there, you can immerse yourself in football history by walking along the transformed Olympic Way, also known as the Avenue of Champions, and visiting the Bobby Moore tile mural. Or on non-match days, you can hop up the newly completed Olympic Steps which replace the old 1970s concrete ramps, to admire the Bobby Moore statue along the Stadium concourse. Or both!
You can also show your support for your team by getting your hands on some official merchandise at the Official UEFA Euro 2020 store at Wembley Stadium, and at the additional shops on Arena Square and Market Square. Don’t forget that you can save up to 70% off sports brands like Nike, Adidas, Puma, and more at the amazing London Designer Outlet too!
And there’s so much more going on at Wembley Park! Enjoy live music every weekend with the Wembley Park Live programme – you’ll find some of London’s hottest new emerging talent along Wembley Park Boulevard and Olympic Way. Or, if art is more your thing, you can explore Wembley Park’s vibrant street art like the “Better Together” mural by Pref, a hypnotic piece of work by the world-famous Mr. Doodle, and Fire & Water by Japanese street artist Suiko.
Follow the Art Trail and you’ll also get to admire world-famous street artist JR’s incredible Inside Out London project which has turned our lovely city into an outdoor art gallery. As part of London’s hosting of EURO 2020, Inside Out London celebrates Londoners and captures the portraits and stories of the people that make up our great city through a series of black and white images taken in the travelling Inside Out Photobooth.
If you’ve worked up an appetite with all that football excitement you can grab a bite to eat at one of the 50+ Wembley Park restaurants and dining options. Hit up the White Horse Pub, tuck into a Katsu Curry at Wagamama or get your hands on a Byron Burger!
There are plenty of al fresco dining options too if you fancy catching a bit of sun at BOXPARK Wembley. Oh, and if you’ve got a sweet tooth, you’ve got to pay a visit to the brand new Haute Dolci dessert cafe (spot the insta-friendly giant pink tree while you’re there!).
Also, if you did happen to want to take a break from all the football, you definitely won’t be bored at Wembley Park. Just explore some of BOXPARK Wembley’s gaming spots, and try your hand at things like Axe Throwing, VR, and Pop Golf. Or cool off with the fountains in Arena Square and visit London’s answer to the Hollywood Walk of Fame! You can see just how your hands measure up to those of pop culture icons like Madonna, George Michael, Kylie Minogue and more!
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Wembley Park is just 12 minutes away from Central London on the tube with the Jubilee, Metropolitan and Bakerloo lines, and only 9 minutes from Marylebone station on the Chiltern Network. Parking is also available, excluding match days.