Update on AEW’s All In Attendance – Over 72,000 for Turnstile Count Attendance

As noted before, AEW announced that their All In event this past August at Wembley Stadium in London, England broke the record for largest paid attendance for a wrestling event in wrestling history at 81,035. During the post-show media scrum, AEW CEO Tony Khan stated that the total attendance was around 90,000 when including comps and others.

In a recent Freedom of Information public records request, the local government for Wembley Stadium, Brent Borough Council, stated that the in-person attendance for AEW’s All In event was 72,265. This number was stated to be based on the count from local police over the amount of people who had entered the turnstiles at the venue.

It was also stated that this number only accounts for people who had actually entered the stadium via turnstiles and does not include the amount of tickets that were actually sold nor the amount of people who did not show up for the event despite having a ticket. It is currently not known if this number does or does not include attendance from suite tickets.

Wrestlenomics’ Brandon Thurston reported that his sources stated that the typical AEW event usually had a turnstile count that would be anywhere between 80% to 90% of the paid attendance or tickets distributed.

In regards to comparisons with WWE’s WrestleMania 32 event in 2016, Thurston reported that the turnstile count for WrestleMania 32 was 80,709 while the paid attendance for the event is somewhere between 73,711 to 85,888.

In regards to total tickets distributed for the event, WrestleTix reported that AEW has distributed around 83,131 tickets for All In based on their data.