AEW All In London: How to get Wembley tickets, prices, rumors, more
AEW All In London is the UK’s first live exposure to Tony Khan’s American professional wrestling company. The 2023 UK PPV event is set to wow wrestling fans at Wembley Stadium, and we have all the information including how to buy tickets, ticket prices, its date, and possible card rumors.
The professional wrestling landscape changed drastically on September 1, 2018, when, now WWE Superstar, Cody Rhodes, and AEW’s Matt and Nick Jackson accepted renowned wrestling journalist Dave Meltzer’s challenge that they couldn’t sell out a 10,000-seater arena.
As a result, All In (2018) was born, a wrestling PPV consisting of the world’s best independent and international talent from promotions such as New Japan Pro Wrestling. This revolution would eventually lead to the inception of All Elite Wrestling. The company is now the second-biggest wrestling promotion in the US, behind the WWE.
One of the longest-running questions has concerned the company’s first UK show. We know that AEW All In London will be that show, and Wembley Stadium is the venue. If you want details on the show, how to buy tickets, and how much they cost, we have everything you need to know right here.
- AEW All In London: Date
- AEW All In London: Ticket prices & how to buy
- How to register for AEW All In London tickets
- AEW All In London: Ticket on-sale times
- AEW All In London: How to watch
- AEW All In London: Card & rumors
AEW All In London: Date
AEW All In London will take place at Wembley Stadium on Sunday, August 27, 2023.
There’s no official word on what the start time will be for the event just yet, but if we use WWE Clash at the Castle, which took place in Cardiff, Wales, as a basis, that show started at 6PM BST. With AEW All In London expected to last several hours, a 6PM start time could be on the cards in London.
We’ll update this hub once we have the official time locked in.
AEW All In London: Ticket prices & how to buy
Ticket prices for the AEW All In London show start at £30 and go all the way to £1500 for the most exclusive seats.
Outside of the very expensive tickets that include a “commemorative take home chair,” the event is well-priced with ringside tickets costing £400.
Once again, using WWE Clash at the Castle as a barometer, tickets for that event were £40 all the way to hospitality tickets in the high thousands.
The belief is that AEW’s price point for the event will go a long way to helping the company fill up as much of the 90,000-seater stadium as possible.
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How to register for AEW All In London tickets
Pre-registering for AEW All In London tickets has now finished. Fans needed to pre-register on Ticketmaster or Live Nation for early access to tickets ahead of the general sale, but this is no longer possible.
It’s been reported that over 50,000 users registered interested in AEW All In London tickets. These estimations also show that there could be the potential for a complete Wembley sellout.
AEW All In London: Ticket on-sale times
If we look at Ticketmaster’s advertisement for tickets, we can see that the Ticketmaster and LiveNation Presales will start at 9AM BST on Thursday, 4 May 2023, and will conclude on Friday, May 5, 2023.
After this, it will be time for the long-awaited General Sale. This will begin on Friday, May 5, 2023, at 9 AM BST.
AEW All In London: How to watch
UK audiences will likely be able to purchase AEW All In London using the FiteTV app which has long been one of the homes of AEW TV in the UK. As we get closer to the event, we imagine more details will be unveiled showing fans how they can get involved with the PPV extravaganza.
AEW All In London: Card & rumors
At this moment in time, no matches have officially been announced for AEW All In London. However, the internet wrestling community is running rife with giant matches concerning the event. The return of CM Punk is being touted as a big selling point for the show.
A famous, real-life backstage brawl took place at AEW All Out 2022 which led to the suspension of many top talents involved in the altercation – including Omega, Punk, The Young Bucks, Adam Page, and more. Everyone that was suspended has since returned at one point or another, whereas Punk continues to remain absent.
CM Punk is rumored to be leading AEW’s new, upcoming TV show – AEW Collision. It’s expected that the company’s sizable roster will be split up and spread across Dynamite and Collision. If reports are true, CM Punk will be the headline star of Collision, with All In London being a big return match for him.
We do know that this is a historically significant event for many reasons and AEW owner Tony Khan will want as many marquee matches as possible to get fans into the stadium.
We’ll keep updating this section with more information as we get it.
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