Wembley


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Wembley:

see BrentBrent,
outer borough (1991 pop. 226,100) of Greater London, SE England. The area is a rail and industrial center. Its manufactures include automobile parts, clocks and watches, and electrical equipment.
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Wembley

part of the Greater London borough of Brent: site of the English national soccer stadium
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A calculation shortly before the Twin Towers were pulled down in 2000 reported that Adams's 59 Wembley appearances - 24 for Arsenal and 35 for his country - surpassed Peter Shilton's total of 58 by one, and was a record.
56 services will call at Wembley Central for onward travel to Birmingham - but these trains are also expected to be packed.
The Met also confirmed that a further 10 fans were arrested at Wembley Stadium before, during and after the final.
Securing an NFL franchise would be a lucrative earner for the FA, which owns Wembley, and allow the governing body to look at options for England games.
The Black Cats take on Hull City in the last eight of the FA Cup on Sunday and, with the semi-finals of that competition played at the national stadium, they are just 90 minutes from another Wembley appearance.
Zola added: "We have done well to reach Wembley, but it's not the end of the story yet.
The final choice was made by the RFL's board of directors from a shortlist assembled following a public vote and a number of selection panels comprising fans, journalists, coaches, players and MPs, and was announced at Wembley 48 hours before the 2012 final between Leeds and Warrington.
BY RAIL: The quickest route to Wembley Stadium from central London is with Chiltern Railways - only nine minutes direct from London Marylebone Station to Wembley Stadium.
It's great for the teams and players who otherwise wouldn't get to Wembley because they don't reach the final.
There was widespread criticism following the semi-finals and Wembley say it is "probable" the pitch will be replaced before the final.
The vastly-experienced Republic of Ireland duo go into today's Johnstone's Paint Trophy Final against Southampton with very different memories of Wembley.