Wembley is a massive stadium and the largest in England. It’s famous for hosting football matches and is home to the FA Cup Final and England internationals. It also hosts other events such as the NFL London Games and music concerts.
The new Wembley was built to be a world-class arena and has been designed with spectator comfort in mind. It features improved leg-room, wider seats, and a new concourse wrapping around the entire stadium that makes it easy to move about. The front facade still follows the profile of the original stadium with a Banqueting Hall and circulation spaces.
It can accommodate a maximum of 90,000 fans for football matches and non-covid events (such as an Adele concert). However, there have been suggestions that the Government will allow the stadium to fill up to a full capacity for Sunday’s Euro 2020 final between England and Italy.
Whether or not Wembley’s capacity is reached on Sunday will depend on the number of England and Italian fans who can be shuttled into the UK. It’s expected that the match will be watched by a mainly English crowd as the government continues to bend Covid rules to allow England fans to travel outside of their local areas for the semi-final and final.
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