• BRENT GIRLS LIFT CUP AT WEMBLEY

    Following grant funding from WNST two years ago Brent Schools FA, founded in 1966, set up the first ever Brent girls team.

    This season the girls have  won two cups, the Surrey League and the Woking Festival cup, and just missed out on the London League, having led with just 2 games remaining.

  • KIDS GO FREE TO WOMEN’S FA CUP FINAL

    Following on from the success of last year’s Women’s FA Cup final, which was held at Wembley Stadium for the first time in it’s history, this year’s game will also be held at the home of English football on Saturday 14th May, a week before the men’s Final takes place.

  • CHANCE TO SHINE

    On the evening of 2nd February 2016, WNST vice-chairman Sir Rodney Walker and CEO Stewart Goshawk, were delighted to be invited to 10 Downing Street to help celebrate the work of Chance to Shine – the national organisation working to re-introduce cricket into state primary schools across the country and into inner-city estates, teaching young people the skills, disciplines and values of the game.

  • PANATHLON AWARD 2016

    WNST is pleased to be supporting Panathlon for three years as part of our London-wide disability sports grants programme.  The funding is helping Panthlon offer competitive multi-sports activities to hundreds of primary school-age children across the capital.

  • WNST VISITS THE MILLENNIUM STADIUM

    WNST Chief Executive, Stewart Goshawk, was pleased to be able to pay a recent visit to the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, home of the Millennium Stadium Charitable Trust (MSCT).  The stadium was one of the principal developments in Wales by the Millennium Commission and has become one of the country’s most iconic sports and entertainment venues.

Welcome to Wembley National Stadium Trust

We are a charitable grant-making trust, distributing funding received from Wembley National Stadium Ltd to support community sports activities.

These pages describe who and where we will be funding.