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Best Food and Drink at Wembley Stadium?

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

The food and drink options at Wembley Stadium are very varied and rather pricey, with options different dependent on where you take your seat.

For general admission tickets in levels 1-5, there are plenty of Kiosks serving Hot Dogs, Burgers, Chicken, Fish and Chips among other options as well as serving draught beers as well as bottled alcohol. Be cautious though, this is Wembley and as such prices are going to be high.

The options are more exclusive at ‘Club Level’. From Asian food options at ‘Stadium Wok’ to Mexican food at ‘El Mexicana’ to hand carved meat sandwiches at ‘The Butchers Block’. Club level has 4 bars open to all members serving soft and alcoholic drinks, as well as exclusive bars reserved for ‘Gold’ members.

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Charlotte
Charlotte

General admission and level 1 & 5 guests have a lot of food options available and since this venue is not just a sports stadium but also a concert venue as well it caters to a variety of tastes. From pizza to hot dogs, fish and chips as well as Wicksmanor sausages, burgers and sweets on offer there are food available for the kids and the adults alike.

There are also bar kiosks and pet bars that are express to avoid mixing with the long food queues that serve beer on draught as well as hot and cold drinks, small snacks and pies. You will need ID to purchase alcohol, but you can bring your own food and drink into the stadium (within reason) as long as there are no cans or glass. You should expect to pay around £4.20 for a pint, £5 for pies and if you want something more substantial like fish and chips you will be looking at around £7.50.

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

Despite costing £800m to build and being situated in London, the food + drink prices aren’t completely ludicrous, not compared to other London venues. You’ll get an excellent pie for £4.50, sausage roll for £3.50 and a quarter or half-slice of pizza for around £4.5-6.50 respectively. Drinks go for about £4-5 each as well. There’s a good deal for a ‘pie and a pint’ for £8 as well, which ends about 30 mins before kick-off, so get in there early if you want to save a couple quid!

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