Monday, 6 August 2012

Peter Andre Wanted To Perform in Wembley Stadium

Peter Andre revealed that he wishes to perform in Wembley Stadium before he says Good Bye to music.

He revealed that playing the national football stadium was one of his remaining career dreams.

"I'll do Wembley Stadium one day," Andre said. "I think I can do it in the next two years and then I'll hang my hat up."

Andre described selling out London's O2 Arena as a career highlight, adding: "It looks like I've done it again for December.

"People ask why I don't just concentrate on TV but if I'm selling out arenas, why would I? If I was selling 200 tickets I'd consider giving up but I'm still selling 14,000 tickets."

Of what he would have done differently in music, Andre said: "I'd never have released 'Insania'. It lost me all credibility in music.

"I should have fought more for my rights to release what I wanted. 'Mysterious Girl', as cheesy as it is, was a big hit and I'm very grateful."

When it was noted that 'Insania' relaunched his career, he added: "It did but not in a credible way.

"It meant I could tour again but you still want some credibility in music. I'm a writer. I'm writing for other people at the moment but I'm not allowed to say who.

"I've written for 25 years. So when the record companies have released the things I haven't wanted to release, I've been disappointed. But it's all part of the learning process."

Sunday, 29 July 2012

Gordon Bank Enlightened Wembley With Olympic Torch!!!

On Wednesday morning, Wembley Stadium shares the blessing of Olympic Torch. It was no body else but a legends of 1966, Gordon Banks.

“It was fantastic, it really was,” enthused Banks. “Coming up Wembley Way brought back a lot of memories for me. It’ll be terrific [the venue]. I can’t believe the interest, the publicity and it can only be a good thing,” he continued.

“Seeing all the fans and the children here today, they will now watch these Games on TV and say ‘I want to do that!’ and it’s a terrific thing for this country.”

During the Olympic season Wembley is going to host nine matches including of six men's matches and three women's matches, consisting the gold medal matches for both men and women.

Wednesday, 20 June 2012

Reunion of Wham After 30 Years At Wembley

Reported confirmed that Wham having their reunion after 30 years. On the anniversary of their first hit album "Young Guns (Go For It!)", George and Andrew decided to go wild with "one-off pop extravaganza" and will be back together. A source said: "George and Andrew have often said their Club Tropicana days are well behind them. But seeing as their anniversary coincides with George releasing new material, it's one of those ‘now or never' moments. They probably won't do a long tour or release new material like Take That but they do want to commemorate the event with a big gig... and an even bigger party afterwards. Things are still in the early stages but everybody is getting really excited about it."

Tuesday, 4 October 2011

Wales's fan Mike Dye died at Wembley stadium in head injuried

Wales's fan, who died at Wembley Stadium in head injuries has been opened and adjourned an inquest.

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Michael Dye, 44, from Cardiff, the Euro 2012 qualifier against England on Tuesday before last was found injured in the stadium near Gate C.

Barnet 'Coroners Court inquest heard that death is temporary due to blunt head trauma.

Ian Mytton, 41, of Worcestershire appeared before magistrates on Monday accused murderer.

Inquest, the coroner for the district from north London has opened on Tuesday, Andrew Walker, lasted only a few minutes before being adjourned pending the court case.

Monday, September 20 until Mr Mytton was sent in custody and will appear next to Worcester Crown Court.

Metropolitan Police are still appealing for witnesses to the incident are Mr Dye, a Cardiff City supporter, died.

Friday, 23 September 2011

Gerrard Carling Cup win over Brighton at Wembley Stadium

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard says that the Club will be out this year to win a domestic trophy as he is a catastrophe of European Football.

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Gerrard Carling Cup win over Brighton on Wednesday in his return from a groin problem and now the red led out at Wembley at the end of season is an expression of intention.

Liverpool FA Cup and Carling Cup win came in recent days while Wembley was being rebuilt and the game was hosted at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.
Gerrard is now the home of football success is targeting.

He said, "When you play for Liverpool it's all about winning trophies. We've got to take every cup competition seriously. That was the message from the manager before we went out at Brighton. He said we want to be one step closer to a major cup final.

"Being captain as well, I want nothing more than to go to Wembley with the rest of the lads and lift a cup. We haven't been to a major cup final for a long time so we've got to take every cup seriously - especially when there's no Europe. That makes it a bit easier for us to put stronger sides out.

"Kenny Dalglish has assembled a fantastic squad and we've got a couple of good players for each position, so even when he mixes it up or rests people, we've still got a strong side.''

Gerrard yet to start a new system for Dalglish, but he, it certainly is happy he has seen so far.

He said: "I've been really happy with what I've seen. Since Kenny's come in, there has been a lot of happy faces around the training ground. The supporters are happy and I think 90% of the football has been fantastic as well.

"Take away Tottenham and it's been exactly what I've been hoping for. That has made me even more desperate and hungry to get back among the lads. Yes, it's been frustrating, but it's also been nice to see lads progressing well. The signings made have been good and from top to bottom everybody at the club is smiling."

Tuesday, 16 August 2011

Floyd Mayweather wanna a fight with Amir Khan at Wembley Stadium

Floyd Mayweather wanna a fight with Amir Khan at Wembley Stadium next year.

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Khan admitted last month he faced Mayweather in Las Vegas on the fifth round of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto to stop after Judah had appointed to their sites.

Next up for Bolton boxer, Erik Morales, the vacant WBC light welterweight title by beating Mexico to provide Lucas Matthysse.

But Mayweather 34 years further down the line and possible conflict with the U.S. is keen on fighting in London.

Richard Schaefer of US promoters Golden Boy told The Sun: "It really is his dream.

"It would be huge in Vegas but Floyd made it clear to me he wants Wembley Stadium."

Khan’s business manager, Asif Vali, admitted last month that he expected an agreement to acquire Khan and Mayweather in the same ring in the United Kingdom could be worked out.

Saturday, 16 July 2011

Ghanaian-born and Arthur Wharton at national stadium of England Wembley Stadium

English Football Association has said that the Ghanaian-born and the world's first black professional footballer, Arthur Wharton, a plaque stands in front of the the national stadium of England Wembley Stadium.

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FA Wharton moved to honor a former Darlington FC goalkeeper in the stadium opening, according to a report by the Northern Echo on July 14, 2011.

The publication said, “The Football Association (FA) confirmed its plans to honour Darlington FC goalkeeper Arthur Wharton after campaigners from the region met with officials and MPs at the House of Commons”.

It added “The Northern Echo understands the FA is hoping to erect a plaque, given to them by Darlington-based charity the Arthur Wharton Foundation, at the national stadium.”

A TRIBUTE to the world’s first professional black footballer, who started his career in the North-East, is to become a feature of Wembley Stadium.

FA, which has donated £ 20,000 for the foundation, also confirmed plans to erect a statue in the Darlington and will continue to be involved with.

Tuesday, 5 July 2011

International Rugby League turns back to present at London's Wembley Stadium

International Rugby League turns back to present at London's Wembley Stadium for the Gillette Four Nations has delighted the national stadium’s management team.

Rugby League for an exciting double-header at Wembley on Saturday November 5 return,
which will see Wales take on defending Four Nations champions New Zealand before England rugby league at the high level of commitment to excellence in exhibition games perennial rivals Australia.

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“We are delighted that the RFL has chosen Wembley Stadium for their Gillette Four Nations double-header featuring the best International teams in Rugby League,” said Roger Maslin, Managing Director of Wembley National Stadium Ltd.

“We are very much looking forward to hosting what will undoubtedly be a fantastic occasion. Rugby League and Wembley Stadium has a rich history in staging some memorable matches down the years especially clashes between England and Australia and it is an honour to be reigniting the passion for International Rugby League once again at the national stadium.

“With the best players in the world set to feature, I have no doubt that both matches will bring tens of thousands of visiting fans to Wembley and create a truly carnival atmosphere that is special to Rugby League.”

On Monday 4th July will be announced the tickets details for the Gillette Four Nations double-header and supporters will be able to take advantage of a special celebratory ticket offer, which should encourage every Rugby League fan to be at Wembley in the autumn.

“We are planning to launch a special celebratory ticket offer at the start of next week, which will encourage all fans to take the opportunity to be at Wembley to support the double-header,” said RFL Director of Marketing and Communication Andy Hewitt.

“We want to make the event as accessible as possible to everyone across the country and really make a major impact in London. We will exclusively reveal details of our special offer via our social networking sites and official websites on Monday morning.”

Saturday, 25 June 2011

Wembley Stadium has emerged as the frontrunner for the final venue of the 2011 Champions League final

Wembley Stadium, Barcelona and Manchester United emerged as the frontrunner for the final venue of the 2011 Champions League final in 2013 after less than a month's hosting.

Hosted by the on Wednesday at UEFA in Nyon in Switzerland, and the fact that 2013 marks the 150th anniversary of European football Association football governing body is persuaded to consider returning to London to be named.

A senior UEFA source said: "Initially it was suggested that Manchester should be chosen but the success of Wembley last month means it is now very much the favourite.

"There is a feeling that the 2013 final should go to England to mark the FA's 150th anniversary."

UEFA to Wembley was a resounding commercial success, it was not very clear in terms of organization.

most stadiums, there is no need for additional hospitality marquees for events or media to meet up at Wembley to be, nor was there to bring in additional technology to get around a also had problems.

If Wembley is selected, then the final few tickets for this year is likely to be cheaper.

Platini at Wembley in April for the high cost of tickets and apologized for the UEFA Cup for the families of the future will consider the introduction of a cheaper variety.

Cheapest tickets on general sale for a £ 26 administration fee of 150 pounds was the price of one adult and one child £ 338 for the cheapest package at a cost of only two seats available were in the categories.

Platini said then: "It was a mistake, it was not good. But it is not easy to decide the price of the tickets in the Champions League final.

"Perhaps in the future we have to have another category for families that is less expensive. But if you put those on the black market how much will they cost?"

Sunday, 19 June 2011

David Bernstein UEFA 2013 Champions League final at Wembley Stadium

Football Association chairman David Bernstein UEFA 2013 Champions League final at Wembley Stadium for the Awarding the mark 150th anniversary of the decision is appreciated. This three-year gap Stadium Barcelona v Manchester United previous month after winning the showpiece final will host a unique two.

Bernstein said: "We are absolutely delighted, It is most unusual for the final to be held in the same venue twice in three years."

He added: "It was totally recognised that the Champions League final three weeks ago was an outstanding success. UEFA were absolutely delighted."

"Wembley really came of age that weekend. From a great stadium that was perceived as a little bit of a problem in some ways, it really broke through and is now, I believe, being looked at as a national asset. It was very positive financially, of course it was.

"It wasn't just the Champions League final but converting it for the Championship play-off two days later was a tremendous achievement from a great group of people."

UEFA's Congress in London this year to last place in the EU body's president Michel Platini announced the construction will take.

This is the seventh time at Wembley to host Champions League or EU Cup finals in any venue will be the highest.

UEFA also announced the 2013 Europa League final will be held at the Amsterdam ArenA. There will also be a change to the venue for the UEFA Super Cup, the match between the Champions League and Europa League winners, which for years has been held in Monaco. In 2013 it will be held in Prague.

Meanwhile, UEFA announced SAINT ETIENNE, France in Toulouse and the host cities for Euro 2016 will increase the number of 11. Number of countries involved is 24 instead of 16, 31 and 51 would increase the number of matches.