The first Wembley Stadium opened its doors more than 100 years ago - and still fans can't get enough of "the home of football".

It remains one of London's top-rated attraction on TripAdvisor, with an impressive 4.5 stars from more than 6,600 reviews.

England's national stadium has drawn in thousands of gushing reviews from both local and international football fans, as well as music fans, with 3,927 visitors leaving excellent reviews.

Brian M described the stadium as "a fantastic arena", and "one of the finest venues" he had ever been too.

He said: "Can’t wait to come back."

Emma from Portchester dubbed it "The Goat Stadium", saying it's "one of, if not the best stadium in the world".

The iconic venue, which celebrated its centenary last year, also runs tours, as well as music an sporting events.

One reviewer said: "Our tour guide Ainsley was superb with knowledge of who, what and when anyone or anything worth watching had happened."

One Londoner enjoyed the tour so much, she was left crying "happy tears".

Alison W, from Orpington, said: "My daughter and I booked a VIP tour for my grandson, her nephew, as an 11th birthday treat.

"When I asked the birthday boy what he thought of our guide, Steve, he said, “he’s a very nice man, and made the day really special”, and he was right, in fact so special it made Nanny cry, happy tears."

Even international visitors are left in awe of the stadium and its atmosphere.

Morten Marthin from Copenhagen, Denmark, said: "Great sports venue with a spectacular view of the pitch.

"The atmosphere when you walk towards the stadium down Olympic Way, also known as Wembley Way, is amazing.

"This place really is the home of football."

The original Wembley Stadium, opened in April 1923, was built for the British Empire Exhibition of 1924.

It was set to face demolition following the event until civil servant Sir James Stevenson suggested it stay open, as football had been played on the land where it was built since the 1880s.

The suggestion was followed, and shortly afterwards, King George V officially opened the stadium, with the pitch becoming known as the 'hallowed turf'.

The stadium has hosted momentous occasions like England’s famed World Cup win in 1966 and the Lionesses' win at the UEFA Women’s Final in 2022.

A new Netflix documentary has been released called The Final: Attack on Wembley following the chaos that unfolded at Wembley Stadium during the 2020 Euro Final.