|This is the line? Let's go find food|
|Found the best Indian restaurant EVER...excessive maybe, but we were hungry.|
We finished ALL OF IT!
Seriously, if you ever end up out at Wembley Stadium and like Indian food, Lahori Masala is about a 0.5 miles walk from the Tube station, and AMAZING. Even if you have tried Indian and did not like it, you should try this place....
|Fat, happy, and ready to wait in line...this lay before us|
|This lay behind us|
So the line seems quite obnoxious but it was SO much fun, with fans doing their team chants, riling each other up in good fun, and actually moved quite efficiently. It only took us about 15 minutes to get into the stadium. That is one thing I must say about this place...they have efficiency DOWN pat. There are no security lines with people interference, you must scan you own ticket to make it through the first turnstile and then go through the medal detectors, and there are many dozen of these set up. It was impressive, and enviable, I am not quite sure why the US cannot adopt these methods, and their stadiums are even smaller than this one.
|Together and too happy to care...HELLO WEMBLEY!|
|Here we go Steelers|
|Unaltered view from our seats, Adam did GOOD|
|Most efficient exit EVER|
So I was raving about the efficiency before, this was the most impressive thing I have seen. Wembley Stadium holds about 90,000 people. I would estimate that 85-90% of them took the Tube to the game. We were on the opposite side of the stadium from the Tube station (i.e. the furthest point away), and we only stood still once on our way to get on the Tube. Seriously. From our seats to being on the metro was less than 20 minutes. If you are venturing to Wembley for any reason, I could not recommend taking public transportation any higher. Was it crowded, sure, but it was exhilarating with all energy from the game.