Wembley Park is one of the biggest regeneration sites in Europe and development company Quintain plans to deliver 7,000 new homes and 40 new shops and restaurants to the area as part of the £3bn project. As well as being the first Boxpark to be fully indoors, Boxpark chief executive, Robert Wade said there are plans to turn his latest project into "the best fan zone in Europe."

"we want to create a space where the local community can actually spend time"

"It would be open before, during and after matches and definitely before events at SSE Arena - so we know 150 days are going to be really busy days for us and the other days are about making sure we build a good rapport with the local community - Wembley is changing massively - we want to create a space where the local community can actually spend time."


Brent's Councillor Shama Tatler, said: "Wembley’s already known the world over but this news from Boxpark shows how far the area has come in becoming so much more than a match-day destination.

"Boxpark’s arrival in Brent will not only be good news for start-ups looking for space"

"There’s a real buzz being generated about the place and Boxpark’s arrival in Brent will not only be good news for start-ups looking for space or for artists looking for somewhere to perform, it will also help to bring more people to the area which will be a boost for other local businesses in the area."