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WEMBLEY STADIUM CONCERTS

Putting Blue Check Wembley at the Front of Your Visit to Wembley

Before heading to Blue Check Wembley, be sure to check out our special event day details to make the most of your visit.

Opening Hours

Typically, we open at 12 noon for the main bar and food service. However, for events with early starts, we may open earlier. Keep an eye on our social media for the latest opening times.

Payment

Blue Check Wembley is a cashless venue. We accept card payments only.

 

Booking Dining Tables

Dining reservations for up to six people can be made in our first-floor restaurant for up to an hour and a half. Booking in advance is recommended by selecting ‘stadium day dining’. Keep your booking confirmation handy, as you may need to show it upon arrival. Ensure you have the full confirmation email and our T&Cs, as an acknowledgment email is not a confirmation. To avoid queues, use the separate entrance for the first-floor restaurant and follow the directions. We operate a 15-minute booking policy; after this time, your table may be given to other waiting customers.

After your dining time, you can head straight to the main pub on the ground floor. If you have unfinished drinks, let a team member know, as drinks are not allowed outside. If you’re celebrating something special, inform us in advance, and we’ll try to make it memorable for you.

Menus on Stadium Days

To ensure you get to your event on time with a full stomach, we simplify our menu on stadium days. Service times might be longer during peak times—check with your server if you’re concerned about timing. On Sundays, roasts might be available depending on how busy we are.

Glassware

To prevent accidents and speed up service, we often use plastic glasses on stadium days. We understand this might not be ideal for everyone and are working towards more sustainable options.

How to Get Here

We are located directly opposite the OVO Wembley Arena and the Wembley Library, near the steps leading to the Stadium. Wembley Park Tube station serves the Metropolitan and Jubilee lines. The Wembley Stadium stop on the Chiltern Railway is close by, and Wembley Central is a bit further. If driving, note the £40 surcharge on top of the £2 hourly rate for the Red Car Park, which is the nearest. Use Royal Route for your sat nav.

On Arrival at Blue Check Wembley

Our friendly door staff will conduct some checks on stadium days. You may be asked for ID if you look younger than 25 and might need to open your bag for a quick search. No outside food or drinks are allowed, and we have a zero-tolerance policy for drugs.

 

Accessible Toilets and Lift

When booking a table, let us know if you need to use the lift or accessible toilet. We will try to seat you closer to these facilities and at a wheelchair-friendly table if required.

No Drinking in Wembley Park

You will see signs and hear announcements prohibiting street drinking in Wembley Park. We cannot allow you to leave with an alcoholic drink, even in a can or plastic glass. Violations can result in a £100 fine, so please finish your drink before leaving.

 

Outdoors and Smoking Areas

Our garden, accessible through the pub and sometimes with its own bar, is available for smoking with a drink. The garden closes at 9.30pm; after this, use the designated smoking area at the front terrace, leaving your drink inside. We may limit garden access during busy times, so you might need to queue.

Dogs

While we love dogs, consider not bringing them on stadium days due to the noise and crowds. If you plan to bring your dog and have a dining reservation, inform us, and we will try to seat you in a quieter area, though we cannot guarantee this.

 

Children (Under 18s)

Children are welcome with adults over 25. However, it can be loud and busy on stadium days. Generally, children are allowed until 8pm. No one under 18 can consume alcohol. We offer a children’s menu for those up to around eight years old.

 

Wembley Bag Restrictions

Check Wembley’s bag size restrictions before your visit at Wembley Bag Policy. We cannot store your bag for security reasons, and any left bags may be handed to the police. A bag drop facility is available at the nearby Ibis Hotel for a fee. Premier Inn’s reception team may also store bags if they have room, or you can book in advance via Stasher.

 

Lost Property

If you’ve left something at Blue Check Wembley, call us at 020 89028147 during working hours or email us at WEMBLEY@BLUECHECK.CO.UK with a description of the item, your contact details, and where it might have been left. Bags left at the venue are usually handed to the police for security reasons.

 

Note

All the above information is subject to change. With more than 90,000 people often nearby, we may need to adjust menus, opening times, and other aspects dynamically. Follow our social media channels for the latest updates if you’re planning a visit on a stadium day.

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