The Old Wembley Stadium became derelict and instead of a renovation a decision was made to demolish and rebuild a New Wembley Stadium.
On July 13, 1985, the Live Aid concert was held at Wembley Stadium in London and simultaneously at JFK Stadium in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It included performances by popular musical groups of the time, and raised money for the starving people of Ethiopia.
Gillette Stadium opened in 2002.
Manchester city council and Sport England paid for the building of the city of Manchester stadium, it was constructed by John Laing.
The Birds Nest
closed down in 1999 demolished in 2002
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Wembley Stadium was created in 2007.
London's Wembley Stadium is situated in an area of London called Wembley, after which the stadium takes it name.
Wembley Stadium has a seating capacity of 90,000
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Wembley Stadium is in the suburb of Wembley which is in North London.
The New Wembley Stadium has 90,000 seats.
Wembley stadium, London.