King Edward VII Park, Wembley

King Edward VII Park

King Edward VII Park was opened to the public on 4 July 1914.

The land which has become the park was purchased by the Council in memory of the late king and to replace the loss of Wembley Park as an open space.

The park was formally laid out for sport and leisure activities and many of the facilities still exist today.

This is a true family park which is well used by local residents.

There is a dog control order for the flower garden area.


  • Park Lane Wembley HA9 7RX


  • Playground

Sport facilities

TypeBooking and charges
7 a side football pitch Book a pitch | Charges
Bowling green Book a pitch | Charges
Football pitches Book a pitch | Charges
Gaelic football pitch Book a pitch | Charges
Multi Use Games Area No booking or charges.
Outdoor gym No booking or charges. Find out about instructor led training sessions.
Tennis courts

Book and pay for Brent tennis courts online or download the ClubSpark Booker app | Charges

Location map


Sport activities and clubs in this park

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