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Wembley Stadium Christmas Party Venue

London,HA9 0WS
  • 3250
  • Private Events, Corporate Events
    From Price (total ex VAT)

Wembley Stadium Christmas Party Venue

Wembley Stadium Christmas party venue is undoubtedly the largest and most prestigious party space in London, making it the heart of the city’s special events and corporate entertainment. This Christmas, astonish your guests with a unique and memorable festive gathering at this iconic location. In addition to the stadium arena, the venue boasts multiple large Christmas party venues that can hold up to 2000 guests for Christmas parties in West London.

The Bobby Moore Room at Wembley Stadium Christmas party venue is the epitome of elegance, providing a prestigious setting that will delight all attendees. This exquisite space can accommodate a standing reception of up to 2000 guests, a seated lunch or dinner for 1100 people, and a dinner/dance event for 900 guests.

Another fantastic option at Wembley Stadium Christmas party venue is the Great Hall. As one of London’s largest conference spaces, it features high ceilings and an abundance of natural daylight. This impressive space can host an indoor standing reception for 2000 people, a seated lunch or dinner for 1100 guests, and a dinner/dance event for 900 attendees.

For a touch of history and access to the Royal Balcony, the Wembley Suite is an ideal choice. This favourite among delegates can accommodate an indoor standing reception for 500 guests, a seated lunch or dinner for 400 people, and a dinner/dance event for 350 attendees.

In addition to these remarkable spaces, Wembley Stadium Christmas party venue offers various other areas and potential stadium tours, catering to a wide range of Christmas events in London. The venue’s accessibility is unmatched, boasting excellent transport links to London, the UK, and Europe, as well as convenient on-site parking. Hilton and Novotel hotels are within walking distance, providing plenty of accommodation options for guests.

To ensure a spectacular culinary experience, Delaware North serves as the official caterer for Wembley Stadium. Their skilled team, led by Head of Culinary Harry Lomas MBE BEM FIH, is experienced in delivering innovative menus that excite the 90,000 guests visiting the stadium’s restaurants and kiosks on match days. Alongside their standard catering options, the culinary team takes pleasure in crafting tailored menus to suit your specific needs and themes.

Choose Wembley Stadium Christmas party venue for an unforgettable Christmas party in London, and treat your guests to an exceptional experience at this iconic location.




Google Reviews

53,463 reviews
  • Jon Bowley
    Jon Bowley
    a week ago

    One of the best stadiums in the world. Very easy to navigate to your seat and there’s always a steward in sight for guidance. Food and drink is a bit basic and very overpriced but that’s London for you! Overall great stadium but the game itself wasn’t the greatest!

  • Imino1Donmega
    a month ago

    First time I went here. Went to watch Italy vs. England. Awesome stadium. Que to get in wasn't too bad. The gradient and incline in the stadium is quite steep. Higher stands will give you vertigo or make you feel like you are falling forward. Tubes and trains were absolutely packed. Make sure you booked tables in advance if you're looking to eat somewhere. Loads of places to eat bit the ques are crazy. Great experience, but not looking to go through that again. Way too busy and crowded.

  • Maria Rangelova
    Maria Rangelova
    a month ago

    Wow, amazing stadium, I am impressed! We were on a guided tour around 1.5h- 2 h and our guide was very good. The stadium is huge and beautiful. The staff was very nice and polite. We stayed at Ibis Wembley London which is only 10 minutes walk . The atmosphere was incredible, 87,000 people of total cal be at the stadium. Have in mind that food and water are very expensive!

  • Steven Ham
    Steven Ham
    3 weeks ago

    For one of our children's birthdays we went to Wembley Stadium for a tour. I haven't been since the stadium was rebuilt so it was really good to see the transformation!. We started in a small museum area where they had the crossbar from 1966 and lots of over interesting things to see. We then went up to have photos with the FA Cup and some green screen photos. We then went to meet our tour guide Jonah who was great throughout. We went out onto the stadium to scream "hello wembley" which was fun. We also toured through the Royal box, the Royal suite which you can hire for a measly £30000 🤣, we went through the old and new changing rooms which had lots of match worn boots, shirts and gloves of various players from The 3 lions and the amazing lionesses. We walked through the players tunnel and out on to the managers and sub bench area which the kids loved. The tour then took us to the press room where the kids could sit in the mangers/captains/man of match chairs and pretend to be grilled by the press. Jonah said the press office is much busier when the game has been lost which was interesting. We went through the music section of the tour which showed all the massive concerts held at the stadium right back to the amazing Live Aid. All in all, very interesting, very good fun, great memories for the kids and us adults. Jonah was amazing throughout, very knowledgeable and very funny. Recommend to anyone even if you don't like football. 👌🏼👍🏼⚽️

  • Nigam Agarwal
    Nigam Agarwal
    a month ago

    Wembley Stadium is an iconic venue with a rich history, and it's an integral part of the sports and entertainment scene in London. As of my last update in September 2021, here's a review: Wembley Stadium is not just a sports arena; it's a symbol of British culture and heritage. The sheer scale of the stadium is awe-inspiring, and its modern architecture blends seamlessly with the historic elements of the old Wembley. From a sports perspective, it's the stage for some of the most significant football and sports events, including England's national football team matches and various high-profile tournaments. The atmosphere during these events is electric, and it's a must-visit for any sports enthusiast. But Wembley isn't limited to sports; it's a world-class entertainment venue. Concerts by some of the biggest music acts have taken place here, offering unforgettable experiences for fans. However, it's worth noting that with its vast capacity, the stadium can get crowded and sometimes navigating the facilities can be a bit challenging. It's advisable to plan ahead, arrive early, and be prepared for large crowds during major events. In conclusion, Wembley Stadium is a cultural and sports landmark, and its significance extends beyond its sheer size. It's an essential venue for sports and entertainment in the UK, providing unforgettable experiences for those who visit.