Wembley Stadium Market is Moving

Quintain have told Wembley Market to move from it’s land. Local, loyal market goers could see the end of Wembley Market if it doesn’t find a new home, which has been running for over 40 years.

There will be only 14 more Wembley market dates until it leaves Wembley Stadium for good. Wembley Market’s owners will try to find another location nearby. One of the negative stalwarts of Wembley Market has been its counterfeit clothing problem, with some traders constantly breaking the law.

Quintain Estates and Brent Council have been planning to fill the void around Wembley Stadium  for over a decade. The absence of Wembley Market around the Stadium will be filled in by the impressive London Designer Outlet (Wembley LDO).

Due to open In less than six months, the 350,000 sq ft centre will be London’s first designer outlet. The mixed use development consists retail and leisure, including a nine-screen Cineworld. Wembley LDO is adjacent to Wembley Stadium, Wembley Arena and a four-star Hilton hotel, which opened last July.

This will address the thriftiness of Wembley market but with the aim of  bringing aspirational brands to Wembley at Bicester Village prices .

If you would like to say goodbye to Wembley market, do so in the comments or on our Facebook page. Only fourteen more Wembley Stadium Market days left, it’s sad, I know. The countdown begins.

See our countdown to Wembley Stadium Sunday markets final day below:

Day 12 – 16th June

Day 11 – 23rd June

Day 10 – 7th July

Day 09 – 21st July

Day 08 – 4th August

Day 07 – 18th August

Day 06 – 25th August


Day 05 – 1st September

Day 04 – 8th September

Day 03 – 15th September

Day 02 – 22nd September


Last day – 6th October


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