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Wembley Collection

"Wembley: A Historic Venue Celebrating Moments of Triumph and Glory" Wembley, a name that resonates with sporting excellence and unforgettable moments

Background imageWembley Collection: The Graf Zeppelin over Wembley during the F. A. Cup Final

The Graf Zeppelin over Wembley during the F. A. Cup Final
Photograph showing Wembley Stadium, during the Huddersfield Town vs. Arsenal F.A. Cup Final of 1930, with the Graf Zeppelin in the sky above

Background imageWembley Collection: Wembley Stadium Fine Art - England National Stadium

Wembley Stadium Fine Art - England National Stadium
Wembley Stadium (branded as Wembley Stadium connected by EE for sponsorship reasons) is a football stadium in Wembley, London, which opened in 2007, on the site of the original Wembley Stadium

Background imageWembley Collection: PNE Lift The Sky Bet League One Play Off Trophy 24 / 05 / 2015

PNE Lift The Sky Bet League One Play Off Trophy 24 / 05 / 2015
Preston North End lift the Sky Bet league One Play Off Final Trophy. On pitch celebrations, Jermaine Beckford slides in front of team mates with the match ball after his play-off final hat-trick

Background imageWembley Collection: Poster advertising the British Empire Exhibition 1924

Poster advertising the British Empire Exhibition 1924
Poster advertising the British Empire Exhibition, held at Wembley between April and October 1924... to serve as model for the mighty world

Background imageWembley Collection: Mick the Miller

Mick the Miller
Legendary greyhound racing champion, Mick the Miller, owned by Mrs Arundel Kempton, pictured enjoying a well-earned rest after winning the St. Leger 700 yards race at Wembley. Date: 1931

Background imageWembley Collection: A Group of Greyhounds

A Group of Greyhounds
A photograph of six greyhounds, mainly their heads, taken at Wembley Stadium

Background imageWembley Collection: Wembley Stadium with England supporters entering the venue for international game, London

Wembley Stadium with England supporters entering the venue for international game, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageWembley Collection: Bolton Wanderers v Stoke City FA Cup semi final

Bolton Wanderers v Stoke City FA Cup semi final
Sunday 17th April 2011

Background imageWembley Collection: Greyhounds on a Bridge

Greyhounds on a Bridge
A large pack of greyhounds, photographed on a bridge in Wembley Park, England, while out being exercised

Background imageWembley Collection: Dusty Springfield performing at The New Musical Express Pop Awards Concert at Wembley

Dusty Springfield performing at The New Musical Express Pop Awards Concert at Wembley empire Pool on Sunday 1st May 1966. Dusty was voted Best Female Singer by NME readers. Picture taken 1st May 1966

Background imageWembley Collection: David Cassidy, singer, actor and musician, in concert at Wembley Arena. London

David Cassidy, singer, actor and musician, in concert at Wembley Arena. London
***Please note, there is movement in this picture, but it is included as it is a nice feature in this instance*** David Cassidy, singer, actor and musician, in concert at Wembley Arena. London

Background imageWembley Collection: VS Rugby Football Club v Halesowen in the final of the FA Vase at Wembley Stadium

VS Rugby Football Club v Halesowen in the final of the FA Vase at Wembley Stadium, London. Gordon Beecham rushes to add his congratulations as Ian Crawley

Background imageWembley Collection: His Masters Voice (HMV) Gramophone Company Exhibition Stand, British Empire Exhibition

His Masters Voice (HMV) Gramophone Company Exhibition Stand, British Empire Exhibition, Wembley, Brent, London, England. Date: 1924

Background imageWembley Collection: Jack Allen heads Newcastles first goal, FA Cup Final, Wembley, London, 1932

Jack Allen heads Newcastles first goal, FA Cup Final, Wembley, London, 1932. Artist: Graphic Photo Union
Jack Allen heads Newcastles first goal, FA Cup Final, Wembley, London, 1932. The Arsenal players are Eddie Hapgood, goalkeeper Frank Moss, Herbie Roberts and George Male

Background imageWembley Collection: Wembley Stadium Art - England

Wembley Stadium Art - England
Oil painting of Wembley Stadium, home of the Football Association(FA) and the England national football team. Capacity 90, 000. Original painting size 22" x 18" created in 2012 by D.J.Rogers

Background imageWembley Collection: Railway Sleeper - Euston Station

Railway Sleeper - Euston Station
The Railway Sleeper series - A snoozing Scottish football fan at Euston Station awaiting his return train back north of the border. Painting by Malcolm Greensmith

Background imageWembley Collection: Coca Cola Cup Final. Aston Villa 3 v Manchester United 1. Dean Saunders with the trophy

Coca Cola Cup Final. Aston Villa 3 v Manchester United 1. Dean Saunders with the trophy. 27th March 1994. ***Strictly NO commercial use. For Editorial use ONLY

Background imageWembley Collection: Aerial view of the 1923 Cup Final Wembley Stadium London

Aerial view of the 1923 Cup Final Wembley Stadium London
Aerial view of the 1923 Cup Final, Wembley Stadium, London. Date: 1923

Background imageWembley Collection: Wembley Stadium Art - England

Wembley Stadium Art - England
Watercolour of Wembley Stadium, former home of the Football Association(FA) and England national football team, 1923 - 2000

Background imageWembley Collection: The FA Cup Final 1930

The FA Cup Final 1930
Photographs from the Football Association Challenge Cup Final of 1930 between Arsenal and Huddersfield. The two distinguished guests during the game were King George V

Background imageWembley Collection: Dixie Dean, Everton Captain, with the F. A. Cup, 1933

Dixie Dean, Everton Captain, with the F. A. Cup, 1933
Photograph of the Everton Captain and centre-forward, Dixie Dean (1907-1980), running around Wembley Stadium after the F.A. Cup Final of 1933

Background imageWembley Collection: Manchester United team FA Cup Final Replay 1990 Crystal palace v Manchester

Manchester United team FA Cup Final Replay 1990 Crystal palace v Manchester UnitedFA Cup 1990 REPLAY on 17th May 1990. Crystal Palace 0 Manchester United 1 (scored by Lee Martin)

Background imageWembley Collection: Sunderland win FA Cup 1937

Sunderland win FA Cup 1937
George VI and Queen Elizabeth present the FA Cup to Raich Carter, captain of the winning Sunderland team after the cup final at Wembley against Preston North End. 1937

Background imageWembley Collection: Poster advertising the British Empire Exhibition

Poster advertising the British Empire Exhibition, held at Wembley between April and October 1924. With special instructions not to miss the Gold Coast section. 1924

Background imageWembley Collection: The British Empire Exhibition - Postcard back

The British Empire Exhibition - Postcard back
The reverse of a postcard sent from the British Empire Exhibition of 1924, held at Wembley Park, London, showing the official exhibition stamp and event postmark!

Background imageWembley Collection: John McEnroe / Wembley

John McEnroe / Wembley
John McEnroe at the Benson and Hedges Championships at Wembley in 1979

Background imageWembley Collection: British Empire Exhibition, 1924

British Empire Exhibition, 1924
A poster which declares that Britains past and present beckon you to Wembley, the north London venue of this exhibition

Background imageWembley Collection: Bristol City Celebrate JPT Victory over Walsall at Wembley, 2015

Bristol City Celebrate JPT Victory over Walsall at Wembley, 2015
Bristol City Players celebrate with the JPT Trophy - Photo mandatory by-line: Joe Meredith/JMP -22/03/2015 - SPORT - Football - London - Wembley Stadium - Bristol City v Walsall - Johnstone Paint

Background imageWembley Collection: Wembley Stadium / 1950S

Wembley Stadium / 1950S
An atmospheric view of Wembley Stadium, setting for the 1948 Olympic Games

Background imageWembley Collection: Jermaine Beckford Scores His Second Goal At Wembley

Jermaine Beckford Scores His Second Goal At Wembley
Preston North Ends Jermaine Beckford scores his sides third goal of the game during the Sky Bet League One Play Off Final at Wembley Stadium, London

Background imageWembley Collection: Bristol City v Walsall 220315

Bristol City v Walsall 220315
Bristol City Players celebrate with the JPT Trophy - Photo mandatory by-line: Joe Meredith/JMP -22/03/2015 - SPORT - Football - London - Wembley Stadium - Bristol City v Walsall - Johnstone Paint

Background imageWembley Collection: NFS fire engines at Wembley

NFS fire engines at Wembley
National Fire Service fire engines at Wembley

Background imageWembley Collection: Greyhounds arriving at Wembley by car

Greyhounds arriving at Wembley by car
Greyhound arriving at Wembley after being transported in a Commer Centaur, with a well sprung chassis for added comfort

Background imageWembley Collection: Play-Off Final Match Line up

Play-Off Final Match Line up
Preston North End Play-Off Final v Swindon Town, Sunday 24th May 2015: Play-Off Final Match Action

Background imageWembley Collection: Bristol City Football Club at the Johnstone's Paint Trophy Final, Wembley Stadium (vs Walsall), 2015

Bristol City Football Club at the Johnstone's Paint Trophy Final, Wembley Stadium (vs Walsall), 2015
Bristol City players line up on the Wembley Pitch - Photo mandatory by-line: Joe Meredith/JMP -22/03/2015 - SPORT - Football - London - Wembley Stadium - Bristol City v Walsall - Johnstone Paint

Background imageWembley Collection: Bristol City FC: Triumph at Wembley - Johnstone's Paint Trophy Victory

Bristol City FC: Triumph at Wembley - Johnstone's Paint Trophy Victory
Bristol City Players celebrate with the JPT Trophy - Photo mandatory by-line: Joe Meredith/JMP -22/03/2015 - SPORT - Football - London - Wembley Stadium - Bristol City v Walsall - Johnstone Paint

Background imageWembley Collection: Poster advertising the British Empire Exhibition

Poster advertising the British Empire Exhibition at Wembley Park, running from April to October 1924. Travel routes are shown, together with a plan of the exhibition space itself

Background imageWembley Collection: Bristol City: Celebrating Johnstone Paint Trophy Victory over Walsall

Bristol City: Celebrating Johnstone Paint Trophy Victory over Walsall
Bristol Citys Mark Little, Bristol Citys Jay Emmanuel-Thomas and Bristol Citys Korey Smith celebrate the win against Walsall in the Johnstone Paint Trophy final - Photo mandatory by-line

Background imageWembley Collection: Stoke City's Glory: Unforgettable Victory over Bolton Wanderers - April 17, 2011

Stoke City's Glory: Unforgettable Victory over Bolton Wanderers - April 17, 2011
Sunday 17th April 2011

Background imageWembley Collection: Bolton Wanderers v Stoke City

Bolton Wanderers v Stoke City
Sunday 17th April 2011

Background imageWembley Collection: Stoke City's Historic Victory: Glory over Bolton Wanderers - April 17, 2011

Stoke City's Historic Victory: Glory over Bolton Wanderers - April 17, 2011
Sunday 17th April 2011

Background imageWembley Collection: April Showdown: Titans Clash - Bolton Wanderers vs. Stoke City (2011)

April Showdown: Titans Clash - Bolton Wanderers vs. Stoke City (2011)
Sunday 17th April 2011

Background imageWembley Collection: Stoke City's Glory: A Triumphant April Day Against Bolton Wanderers (17th, 2011)

Stoke City's Glory: A Triumphant April Day Against Bolton Wanderers (17th, 2011)
Sunday 17th April 2011

Background imageWembley Collection: Stoke City's Glory: Unforgettable Victory Over Bolton Wanderers - April 17, 2011

Stoke City's Glory: Unforgettable Victory Over Bolton Wanderers - April 17, 2011
Sunday 17th April 2011

Background imageWembley Collection: Stoke City's Glory: Unforgettable Victory over Bolton Wanderers - April 17, 2011

Stoke City's Glory: Unforgettable Victory over Bolton Wanderers - April 17, 2011
Sunday 17th April 2011

Background imageWembley Collection: German airship Graf Zeppelin flying over Wembley during the FA Cup Final, London, 1930

German airship Graf Zeppelin flying over Wembley during the FA Cup Final, London, 1930. Artist: Central Press
German airship Graf Zeppelin flying over Wembley during the FA Cup Final, London, 1930. The final was played between Arsenal and Huddersfield Town, with Arsenal winning 2-0

Background imageWembley Collection: OLD WEMBLEY STADIUM

OLD WEMBLEY STADIUM
The famous twin towers of Wembley Stadium, Wembley, London, England. Originally built for the British Empire Exhibition (1924), they were sadly demolished in 2002. Date: completed 1924

Background imageWembley Collection: Football Stadium - National England Wembley Old

Football Stadium - National England Wembley Old
The original Wembley Stadium was a stadium in Wembley, London, best known for hosting important football matches. It stood on the same site now occupied by its successor




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"Wembley: A Historic Venue Celebrating Moments of Triumph and Glory" Wembley, a name that resonates with sporting excellence and unforgettable moments. From PNE lifting the Sky Bet League One Play Off Trophy on 24th May 2015 to Mick the Miller's legendary victories, this iconic stadium has witnessed it all. Even beyond sports, Wembley holds a place in history. The Graf Zeppelin soaring over Wembley during the F. A. Cup Final showcased the convergence of aviation and football, capturing imaginations worldwide. And who can forget the poster advertising the British Empire Exhibition in 1924? It symbolized Britain's grandeur and its ability to host remarkable events. Wembley Stadium itself is a masterpiece of fine art, representing England's national pride. Its architectural brilliance stands tall as a testament to human creativity and engineering prowess. Whether it be capturing a group of greyhounds racing or showcasing vibrant artwork depicting Wembley Stadium in all its glory, artists have found inspiration within these hallowed grounds. Through time, it has been witness to countless historic matches that have left an indelible mark on footballing history. From VS Rugby Football Club battling Halesowen in the FA Vase final to Jermaine Beckford scoring his second goal at Wembley – each match etches itself into our collective memory. Not only does Wembley hold significance for football enthusiasts but also for other sports like rugby. The Bolton Wanderers v Stoke City FA Cup semi-final was one such momentous occasion where both teams fought tooth and nail for victory under those famous arches. Looking back even further, an aerial view of the 1923 Cup Final reveals how this magnificent stadium has evolved over time while still retaining its timeless charm. London skyline serving as an awe-inspiring backdrop adds another layer of magic to this already enchanting venue. Wembley is more than just a stadium; it is a symbol of triumph, passion, and unity.