Wembley Stadium has two sensory rooms, which are in the North West and North East corners of Level 4. Each Sensory Room has the space for 12 guests, to include two wheelchair users per room if required. Each of the spaces have the ability for guests to sit in the seats outside the box, or watch the match from within the box as required.  

 

Each sensory room is divided into a lounge style area with seating, and an immersive space which contains equipment designed to assist guests with a wide range of access requirements.  


For Club matches, these spaces are allocated to the respective team in each end of the Stadium, and all requests to use them will be dealt with via the respective competing Clubs.  


For England internationals at the Stadium, a waiting list will be operated. This will open later in the summer. 


For concerts, guests are requested to get in touch with us, and each space will operate on a first-come, first-serve basis.


There is no additional charge to use these spaces, there is simply a ticket fee in line with the other areas of the stadium. 



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