Working for the FA Group
Wembley Stadium is the main office for The FA Group and also currently serves as a base for our regional workers across the many counties within England.
There is an excellent transport network which not only caters for the 90,000 fans, but also makes getting to and from the stadium highly accessible, and includes a variety of local bus networks and three major rail/underground stations on five lines.
Wembley Park station is on both the Jubilee and Metropolitan underground lines. Using the Metropolitan line, Wembley Park is just two stops and less than 15 minutes from Baker Street and also convenient for both King’s Cross and Liverpool Street. The Jubilee line allows speedy access to the West End – just 16 minutes to Bond Street station – plus London Waterloo and London Bridge mainline stations.
Wembley Central station is on the Bakerloo underground line which gives easy access to Paddington and Marylebone, plus London overground train lines which makes both Watford Junction and Euston easy to reach. There are also speedy transfers to destinations such as Richmond, Highbury & Islington, Clapham Junction and Stratford.
Wembley Stadium station is on the Chiltern train line, again giving direct access to Marylebone, or in the opposition direction, High Wycombe, Leamington Spa and Birmingham.Wembley Stadium map
What we do
The FA Group doesn’t just govern and develop the game. We are also committed to improving our reputation for innovation and excellence by using the power of football to build a better future.
The FA Group is committed to maintaining a high performing workforce and provide a range of learning opportunities, some of which include; our High Impact Leadership Programme, Managing for High Performance and in-house secondments.
Corporate Social Responsibility
We are extremely aware of our responsibility to respond to the many challenges of climate change. In recognition of our efforts, we were recently awarded with the Industry Greening Mark for venues.