Wembley Stadium, where the 2011 Champions League Final match takes place!

No doubt last night or morning, Saturday or Sunday, May 29 2011 early morning millions of pairs of eyes witnessed the 2011 Champions League Final match between Manchester United versus FC Barcelona. Very charming!

Wembley Stadium to witness the final match. I watched from the television screen just by myself, my family has been sleeping all. It's 2 am in my country. It's okay, to eliminate the loneliness I took myself to open a social networking site facebook, there once crowded with the eye during post match report in progress. Second by second, minute by minute, goal after goal et cetera! Really surprised to see the enthusiasm of friends report any great moments that happen on a football pitch at the stadium.

I also send a posting status updates on social networking site, come on who will win?

Ah, of course the best team will win, their players are actually the best of the best, "creme de la creme".

Wembley Stadium to host so grand for supporters of both teams are great in Europe.

I got information about this stadium, Wembley Stadium is a football stadium located in Wembley Park, in the Borough of Brent, London, England. It opened in 2007 and was built on the site of the previous 1923 Wembley Stadium. The Earlier Wembley stadium, Originally Called the Empire Stadium, was Often Referred to as "The Twin Towers" and was one of the world's most famous football Tables Until its demolition in 2003. [4]

It's a category four stages of the UEFA. The 90.000-capacity venue is the Second Largest stadium in Europe, and serves as England's national stadium. It is the home venue of the England national football team, and hosts the latter stages of the top-level domestic club cup competition, the FA Cup. It is owned by Home football's governing body, the Football Association (The FA), through Their subsidiary Wembley National Stadium Ltd (WNSL).

Apparently, besides used as a football game, the stadium is also used for other purposes, such as live music concerts and other sporting events.

Wembley Stadium Address
Empire Way

Telephone: +44 (0) 20 8795 9000
Website: http://www.wembleystadium.com

Great game, magnificent stadium. Decent place to visit any time, especially if there the same time presenting a special event. Who does not want, right?

(Various sources, wikipedia.org, visitlondon.com/Photo wikipedia.org)


  1. i was watching
    so glad barce won
    ive been to wembley too
    old and new
    both awesome but new lacking the feel and atmosphere
    seeing the two towers as your on the train
    you just get that feeling

    its dedication you stayed up to watch it
    whereabouts you from?

  2. Hi Sarah,
    yes, I could only watch from the television.. :)
    other friends went to the cafe, where they watched with the others...
    I really hope MU win, really sad to see them lose... though I like both, both Barca and Manchester United...

    in my country that are the morning and not sleep because of differences in time... I'm from Indonesia...
    Thank you for coming back to my blog, Sarah...

  3. ah I'm an Arsenal fan so I really didn't want Man Utd to win lol
    ooh Indonesia coool

  4. Oh you're a fan of Arsenal? The Young Gunners... Actually they're great, but as said by one of their own players, they like to underestimate opponents ranked at the bottom, so that sometimes they play very good against ranked 1-2 and 3, but then lose to Bolton for instance...
    That's very sad, says Wenger!


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