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We advise to arrive early. Spurs vs. Cardiff are playing next door at Wembley Stadium with a kick-off of 3pm so the site and surrounding roads will be very busy.
We don't want you to miss any of the show so please visit our getting here page to plan your journey.
We advise you to arrive for 4:45pm, allowing plenty of time for expected congestion in the Wembley area and security checks on entry.
- South Way: 11am - 6:45pm
- Below roads closed from 1pm onwards
Empire Way, Engineers Way, Fulton Road, London Road, Wembley Triangle (Wembley Hill Road/Harrow Road)
We just wanted to let you know that we've recently enhanced our security at
The SSE Arena, Wembley. Everyone going into the arena will be screened through our security arches, ensuring we keep all our visitors safe. Don't forget, no drinks or large bags are allowed into the arena, please check our security page and our FAQs for full info.
VIP Entrance open - 4pm
Doors - 4:30pm
Event starts - 6:00pm
Finish - 11:00pm
Europe's leading mixed martial arts promotion KSW returns to London, England on October 6 at The SSE Arena, Wembley with KSW 45.
Following a breakout year in 2017, one which saw the record breaking stadium show and a debut in Ireland, KSW now returns to the UK for the first time since KSW 32 almost three years ago. That night saw almost 10,000 packed into The SSE Arena, Wembley to watch a host of KSW's top stars including Mariusz Pudzianowski, Borys Mankowski, Tomasz Narkun and Mateusz Gamrot.
With their production value, famous opening ceremonies, and entertaining fights, KSW offers a unique experience that is unlike no other and are happy to once again bring their show back to London.
"Our last show in London was a huge success," said KSW co-owner Maciej Kawulski. "We are delighted to finally be coming back and showcase one of our events to our fans, new and old, there. We promise to bring another action-packed fight card with our biggest names. England, you do not want to miss this!"
Established in 2004 by co-owners Maciej Kawulski & Martin Lewandowski, KSW has grown to be one of the largest promotions in the world.
2017 was a breakout year for KSW as we saw KSW 39 have a record breaking 57,766 attendance and also a debut event in Ireland with KSW 40, which also broke records as being the largest ever non-UFC MMA event ever in Ireland.
KSW has been nominated for promotion of the year in the World MMA Awards and co-owners listed by Forbes as two of the most powerful men sport in Poland.
An average of 1.3m people tuned in to watch KSW 43 on national TV in Poland making KSW one of the most-watched MMA shows in the world today.
All KSW events are available to watch around the world via www.KSWTV.com and various TV partners.