Chris Jericho Says 60,000 Tickets Have Been Sold For AEW All In At Wembley Stadium

At a capacity of 90,000, Wembley Stadium stands as the largest sports venue in the United Kingdom, and in just over 72 hours, AEW has filled two-thirds of it. On Sunday, August 27, AEW will head across the pond to present All In from London, England. Pre-sales for the event started Tuesday morning, eventually wrapping up Thursday evening with more than 50,000 tickets sold through Ticketmaster.


AEW President Tony Khan then revealed that even more seats would become available for the general sale, which began Friday. Hours into the public sale, former AEW World Champion Chris Jericho shared an exciting update regarding the tally of tickets purchased. "They said we couldn't do it ... and yet here we are at 60,000 tickets sold by the first day of general sales!! [AEW] has created a MONSTER...and I plan to lead the charge. See you in August [Wembley Stadium]!" he wrote on Instagram.

As Khan previously indicated, the stadium has indeed opened up more seats today. WrestleTix shared a photo of the revised chart for All In, noting that some upper decks that were initially closed have now been partially opened for seating. Spectators can now also find a ticket on the 200s level behind AEW's hard camera as Wembley Stadium expanded its availability to include a portion of that section as well. As of Thursday evening, the pre-sale had produced a gate revenue of £5.2M ($6.5M). The numbers for the general-sale (so far) have not been revealed as of this writing, but at this rate, it appears AEW might be closing in on a near sellout.