New Details Revealed On AEW: ALL IN London Attendance Figures

The newest breakdown of AEW's projected Wembley attendance makes for fascinating reading.

AEW All In UK 2023

Following a frantic first few days of pre- and general sales, and a follow-up week with more seats made available, the number of tickets distributed for AEW's United Kingdom debut for ALL IN London has now surpassed 65,000 (61,000+ paid).

The ever-reliable and informative WrestleTix came through with the most recent update, noting that 65,979 had been distributed, 61,346 were from paying punters, and there were still 8,046 available on general sale. This equated to a Wembley set-up of 74,025, though the account noted that AEW are holding back 15,000 seats and the seat map could theoretically account for a whopping 96,476.

As they put it;

Notes: Resale is resale on this map only (not Stubhub). Max setup is every possible seat on this map (96,476) but we know some sections won't/can't be opened. I'm keeping track of it in case the floor changes and that's an easy way to catch it. Brandon Thurston on Wrestlenomics Radio reported there are roughly 15,000 seats AEW is holding back for various reasons (sightlines, wanting other seats to sell first, etc). This explains the gap you've seen with other estimates coming in high. As a result, this map will change (probably a lot). I am attempting to track it daily (also capturing screenshots of the map zoomed out as seen below).

The first tickets went on pre-sale on Tuesday 2nd May, and were on general by Friday 5th. Tony Khan tweeted that day to confirm the 60,000 mark had been hit.

There are currently no matches announced for the show, and the company still has two pay-per-views - Double Or Nothing on May 28th and Forbidden Door on June 25th - before the huge event.


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