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  • The old Wembley Stadium (/ˈwɛmbli/; formerly known as the Empire Stadium) was a football stadium located in Wembley Park, London, that stood on the site now occupied by the new Wembley Stadium.It was famous for hosting the annual FA Cup finals, five European Cup finals, the 1948 Summer Olympics, the 1966 World Cup Final, the final of Euro 96, and the 1992 and 1995 Rugby League World Cup Finals. Of Wembley Stadium, Pelé said, "Wembley is the cathedral of football. It is the capital of football and it is the heart of football" in recognition of its status as the world's best-known football stadium. It also hosted numerous music events, including the 1985 Live Aid concert.The twin towers were an icon for England and Wembley, and their demolition in 2003 upset many members of the public. Debris from the Old Wembley Stadium was used to make the award-winning Northala Fields in Northolt, Ealing. (en)
  • The first Wembley Stadium (/ˈwɛmbli/; formerly known as the Empire Stadium) was a football stadium located in Wembley Park, London. It stood on the site now occupied by its successor, the new Wembley Stadium.It was famous for hosting the annual FA Cup finals, five European Cup finals, the 1948 Summer Olympics, the 1966 World Cup Final, the final of Euro 96, and the 1992 and 1995 Rugby League World Cup Finals. The great Brazilian footballer Pelé once said of the stadium, "Wembley is the cathedral of football. It is the capital of football and it is the heart of football" in recognition of its status as the world's best-known football stadium. It also hosted numerous music events, including the 1985 Live Aid charity concert.The twin towers were an icon for England and Wembley, and their demolition in 2003 upset many members of the public. Debris from the Old Wembley Stadium was used to make the award-winning Northala Fields in Northolt, Ealing. (en)
  • The original Wembley Stadium (/ˈwɛmbli/; formerly known as the Empire Stadium) was a football stadium located in Wembley Park, London. It stood on the site now occupied by its successor, the new Wembley Stadium.It was famous for hosting the annual FA Cup finals, five European Cup finals, the 1948 Summer Olympics, the 1966 World Cup Final, the final of Euro 96, and the 1992 and 1995 Rugby League World Cup Finals. The great Brazilian footballer Pelé once said of the stadium, "Wembley is the cathedral of football. It is the capital of football and it is the heart of football" in recognition of its status as the world's best-known football stadium. It also hosted numerous music events, including the 1985 Live Aid charity concert.The twin towers were an icon for England and Wembley, and their demolition in 2003 upset many members of the public. Debris from the Original Wembley Stadium was used to make the award-winning Northala Fields in Northolt, Ealing. (en)
  • The original Wembley Stadium (; formerly known as the Empire Stadium) was a football stadium located in Wembley Park, London. It stood on the same site now occupied by its successor, the new Wembley Stadium.Its twin towers were an icon for England and Wembley, and their demolition in 2003 upset many people worldwide. Debris from the Original Wembley Stadium was used to make the award-winning Northala Fields in Northolt, London.It was famous for hosting the annual FA Cup finals, five European Cup finals, the 1948 Summer Olympics, the 1966 World Cup Final, the final of Euro 96, and the 1992 and 1995 Rugby League World Cup Finals. Brazilian footballer Pelé once said of the stadium, "Wembley is the cathedral of football. It is the capital of football and it is the heart of football" in recognition of its status as the world's best-known football stadium. It also hosted numerous music events, including the 1985 Live Aid charity concert. (en)
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  • View from Wembley Way before the Germany vs England semi-final at Euro 96 (en)
  • Wembley Way at the Germany v England game Euro 96 (en)
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  • Wembley Company (en)
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  • The old Wembley Stadium (/ˈwɛmbli/; formerly known as the Empire Stadium) was a football stadium located in Wembley Park, London, that stood on the site now occupied by the new Wembley Stadium.It was famous for hosting the annual FA Cup finals, five European Cup finals, the 1948 Summer Olympics, the 1966 World Cup Final, the final of Euro 96, and the 1992 and 1995 Rugby League World Cup Finals. Of Wembley Stadium, Pelé said, "Wembley is the cathedral of football. (en)
  • The first Wembley Stadium (/ˈwɛmbli/; formerly known as the Empire Stadium) was a football stadium located in Wembley Park, London. It stood on the site now occupied by its successor, the new Wembley Stadium.It was famous for hosting the annual FA Cup finals, five European Cup finals, the 1948 Summer Olympics, the 1966 World Cup Final, the final of Euro 96, and the 1992 and 1995 Rugby League World Cup Finals. (en)
  • The original Wembley Stadium (/ˈwɛmbli/; formerly known as the Empire Stadium) was a football stadium located in Wembley Park, London. It stood on the site now occupied by its successor, the new Wembley Stadium.It was famous for hosting the annual FA Cup finals, five European Cup finals, the 1948 Summer Olympics, the 1966 World Cup Final, the final of Euro 96, and the 1992 and 1995 Rugby League World Cup Finals. (en)
  • The original Wembley Stadium (; formerly known as the Empire Stadium) was a football stadium located in Wembley Park, London. It stood on the same site now occupied by its successor, the new Wembley Stadium.Its twin towers were an icon for England and Wembley, and their demolition in 2003 upset many people worldwide. (en)
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