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Welcome to your latest edition of Wembley Stadium Tours’ travel and tourism e-newsletter which sadly kicks-off with the news that our closure period has been extended to 31 December 2020.
After reviewing government guidelines and consulting with our colleagues across Wembley Stadium and The FA, we have taken the difficult decision to remain closed until at least January 2021. Please be assured that this is not a decision we have taken lightly. However, the current COVID uncertainty and the genuine threat of a second wave, coupled with our responsibility to our staff and our visitors as well as the high profile ‘behind closed doors’ events scheduled to take place at Wembley over the coming months mean that it is the most responsible option.
We will be releasing any bookings that have currently been made between 18 October – 31 December. Please get in touch if there is anything we can do to help.
Wembley Stadium will of course return to your TV screens later this week as England takes on Wales in a friendly and then hosts Belgium and Denmark in UEFA Nations League fixtures – with all matches being played behind closed doors.
In this edition we take a timely trip down Memory Lane and also shine a light on two important initiatives that The FA is supporting.
As soon as we have more information about our re-opening schedule, you’ll be the first to know. We’re looking forward to welcoming your guests back to Wembley very soon – but only when the time is right. Thank you for your support and understanding at this time.
With all our best wishes,
The Wembley Stadium Tours Team