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Wembley Stadium


The city’s landmark national stadium, where England traditionally plays its international matches and where the FA Cup Final is contested. Full tours visit the England changing rooms, the players' tunnel and the Royal Box, and you can get your hands on (a replica of) the FA Cup. Book online or over the phone for cheaper rates.

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