• EVERY PLAYER COUNTS CELEBRATES FIRST ANNIVERSARY

    Our nationwide disability football programme, Every Player Counts, delivered in partnership with the EFL Trust, celebrated its first anniversary by holding a football festival at MediaCityUk in Salford, with players and clubs showcasing the programme in front of special guests.

  • DISABILITY CRICKET HITS THE HEIGHTS

    For the past four years, the Wembley National Stadium Trust has been delighted to support the Lord’s Taverners Disability Cricket Championships in London.  This partnership has been a great opportunity for both of us and the programme has delivered far beyond the original expectations.

  • WNST SUPPORTS SUCCESSFUL CROSS-COUNTRY FESTIVAL

    On a bright but cold November autumn morning, more than 200 students representing senior schools from across Brent gathered in Fryent Country Park to contest the 2017 Brent Schools Cross Country Championships.

  • WNST 2016/17 REVIEW PUBLISHED

    We are pleased to announce the publication of our 2016/17 Annual Review. The report reviews our five years of grant-making for community sports activities in the London Borough of Brent, where Wembley Stadium is located.  During that time, we have invested around £1.5m in grants to some 150 different organisations, benefitting, we estimate, around 10,000 local people.

  • PANATHLON RETURNS TO OLYMPIC PARK

    Panathlon, supported by the Wembley National Stadium Trust for its sports work with disabled primary school-age children, recently held its annual end-of-year finals day at the Olympic Park in East London.

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.