Wembley


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Wembley

(ˈwɛmblɪ)
n
(Placename) part of the Greater London borough of Brent: site of the English national soccer stadium, replaced by the larger multi-purpose Wembley Stadium in 2007

Wem•bley

(ˈwɛm bli)

n.
a former borough, now part of Brent, in SE England, near London.
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Noun1.Wembley - a southeastern part of Greater London that is the site of the English national soccer stadium
British capital, capital of the United Kingdom, Greater London, London - the capital and largest city of England; located on the Thames in southeastern England; financial and industrial and cultural center
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Wembley had come to these parts years ago, I'd have seen myself in my grave before I'd have married a publican.
EVERTON'S most successful skipper in the club's history is proud of his Wembley record.
TRAIN operator London Midland is adding extra stops on routes towards London to help the thousands of Aston Villa supporters cheer on their heroes at Wembley.
SEVEN Boro fans were arrested after an altercation at a pub near Wembley after the play-off final.
THE prospect of an NFL franchise to be based at London's Wembley Stadium will be explored in detail, the sport's UK chief has said.
GUS Poyet wants to create history by becoming the first man to take Sunderland to Wembley twice in one season.
He won the FA Cup with Chelsea at Wembley in 1997 and 2000, and he scored the winner for Italy against England in 1997 in a World Cup qualifier.
Jack Scott You''ve done the club and yourselves proud by getting here, now go out there and enjoy yourselves in (hopefully) our only Wembley appearance this year.
A GROUP statue of rugby league legends Martin Offiah, Alex Murphy, Billy Boston, Eric Ashton and Gus Risman is to be erected outside Wembley Stadium.
MORE than 40,000 Swansea City fans are heading to Wembley on Monday for the Championship play-off final against Reading.
I PLAYED in an FA Cup semi-final at Wembley for Luton in 1994, when we lost 2-0 to Chelsea.
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