The official unveiling of the National Stadium on 3 May will be attended by the prime minister, royal family, MPs and other VIPs. TBA will reveal to the media a statue at the front of Wembley. Guests will then be taken on a tour around the venue before gathering for a reception in the Great Hall.
TBA managing director Guy Horner said: “TBA is building a special stage, providing LCD screens and press areas. The host is still to be confirmed, but it will probably be a BBC broadcaster.”
For the FA Cup final on 19 May, TBA will create a live interactive chat-show themed format with feeds of Sky Sports presenter Geoff Stelling interviewing legendary footballers such as Geoff Hurst pitchside.
Horner added: “We are expecting Prince William and 800 guests in the Great Hall for the FA Cup final. The live show will feature interactive quizzes, insight into the match with post-match analysis, and a ‘road to Wembley’ feature.”
TBA’s first contract with the new Wembley saw it create activity around the stadium’s debut game, an England v Italy under-21s match on 24 March.