AEW Wembley: Everything We Know About All In

AEW All In

On the April 5th episode of AEW Dynamite, Tony Khan delivered his latest “huge” announcement.

On this occasion, the news lived up to the hype as Khan revealed that AEW would be heading to the United Kingdom for the first time ever. While the prevailing theory has always been that the promotion would debut at Craven Cottage, they’re going much bigger and heading to Wembley Stadium. Not only is the 90,000-seater stadium multiple times bigger than Fulham F.C’s Craven Cottage, but it’s also the biggest venue AEW has ever booked.

For reference, AEW’s biggest attendance to date is a little over 20,000 which came during their first visit to Arthur Ashe Stadium in New York in 2021.

The event on August 27th marks the first time that professional wrestling has been held at the famous stadium since 1992 when WWE brought SummerSlam to the UK.

In a press release promoting the event, Tony Khan said that it would be one of the “greatest events in AEW history.”

“The UK is one of the most important markets in professional wrestling, and AEW is coming in hot as the number one wrestling company in the UK on television. We want our debut in London to be epic in scale, and there’s no better venue than Wembley Stadium to deliver what I know will be one of the greatest events in AEW’s history. This April also marks 100 years of Warner Bros. and 100 years of Wembley Stadium – it’s a fitting time to come together for ‘AEW: All In London at Wembley Stadium.’”

When Do AEW All In Tickets Go On Sale?

Tickets for “AEW: All In London at Wembley Stadium” go on sale to the general public Friday, May 5 at 9 a.m. BST. Effective immediately, fans in the UK can pre-register for early access to event tickets at Pre-registered access and priority presales will take place prior to the general on-sale date. Beginning May 5, tickets can be purchased at

The huge event also sees the return of the “All In” name for the first time since 2018. The banner was originally used for a huge independent show which was set up by The Elite. The show which attracted 10,000 fans was the precursor to AEW.

However, when AEW was launched the following year they were unable to use the name, instead opting for “All Out.”