Meet Our Stakeholders
The Football Association
The FA was founded in 1863 as the governing body for football in England. The FA is responsible for all regulatory aspects of the game of football in England and is responsible for promoting the development of the game at every level.
The FA runs the England Teams, The FA Cup, The FA Community Shield, Women's Football, The FA Youth Cup and a range of other competitions.
Every year the stadium hosts all home, senior England International games, The FA Cup final and semi-finals, The FA Community Shield and The FA Vase and Trophy Finals.
Wembley National Stadium Limited, the company that operates Wembley Stadium, is a fully owned subsidiary of The FA.
Visit The FA website - www.TheFA.com
Department of Culture, Media and Sport
The sponsoring department for Sport England. The Department is providing £20million of funding towards the stadium project. This contribution will pay for non-stadium infrastructure improvements to the Wembley area.
Visit the DCMS website - www.DCMS.gov.uk
A Government agency, formerly The Sports Council. It leads the development of sport in England by influencing and serving the public, private and voluntary sectors. It is responsible for the administration of the sports section of the National Lottery in England. A £120million Lottery Grant funded the purchase of the old Wembley Stadium.
Visit the Sport England website - www.SportEngland.org
The London Development Agency
The London Development Agency is the capitals economic development body, promoting economic renewal and development. It's one of nine Regional Development Agencies.
Working for the Mayor - and in partnership with businesses and other organisations - it benefits all Londoners by delivering economic development and regeneration for the capital.
The LDA has contributed £21million to the project.
Visit the LDA website - www.LDA.gov.uk