Get behind Non-League Finals Day

April 6, 2016

I would like to call upon all football followers to support Non-League Finals Day at Wembley Stadium on Sunday, May 22 2016 writes Tony Incenzo I passionately believe that this is a major step forward in how the FA Trophy and FA Vase Finals are marketed. It should be possible to bring the whole Non-League […] […]

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Local League Footballers live the Wembley Dream In FA Finals

December 17, 2013

 London, the midlands and the south took the honours as over 300 local league players from across England experienced the unique joy of playing at Wembley Stadium as the FA opened it’s doors to amateur players for the national finals of a year-long five-a-side competition on Saturday. (December 14th) 46 men’s and women’s teams qualified to […]

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Swans epic journey set to continue

February 11, 2013

There are bound to be plenty of nerves in the Swansea dressing room on Sunday 24th February as the Welsh club looks to win its first ever piece of domestic silverware. The Swans have come a long way since nearly dropping out of the football league a decade ago. Success in the Capital One Cup […] […]

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FA Cup generates 650m for English football

January 27, 2012

Deloitte report assessing the financial impact of The FA Cup reveals: £650m earned by clubs in the past 10 years Crawley Town receive £1m pay day from single FA Cup tie  As excitement builds ahead of The FA Cup with Budweiser Fourth Round Proper, the financial impact of the competition has been revealed in a new report […] […]

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Fans to become Wembley legends and star alongside Vinnie Jones

January 25, 2012

25 January 2012: FA Cup winner and Hollywood hardman Vinnie Jones has returned to Wembley for the first time in nearly 25 years, to star in an interactive film in which he presents fans with their personalised Wembley Way stone. In the film, Vinnie plays tribute to the national stadium and the position that Wembley […] […]

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Balotelli gives critics the silent treatment

December 13, 2011

It wasn’t so long ago that pundits and fans alike were questioning whether Mario Balotelli had what it takes to succeed in English football. His doubters were plentiful and vociferous, with many criticising his perceived lack of maturity.  However, one by one Balotelli has silenced his critics as he continues to lay waste to defences across […]

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Do you really care about Team GB?

November 23, 2011

Team GB: The facts The London Olympics will be the first time in 52 years that Great Britain has fielded a football team in the games.  Team GB plans to enter both male and female teams to play on home turf next year.  While this will be an exciting and historical moment in British sport, […] […]

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Why England should go back on tour

November 15, 2011

The game with Sweden looks set to be the lowest attendance at the new, improved Wembley since it opened in 2007. And to be frank it was only a matter of time. The stadium lacks any sort of character and that makes it an almost unplayable atmosphere for the players because they can hear people’s […] […]

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Sir Alex fails to learn lessons from Rome while Messi breaks English duck

June 1, 2011

“We’ll be ready…We’re better prepared…The team has matured.” The positive noises coming from the Manchester United camp in the build-up to the highly anticipated Champions League final suggested that the tie would be a tightly contested one. Two European heavyweights standing toe-to-toe on the biggest of stages. […]

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Will Manchester United stop the best of Barcelona?

May 27, 2011

The final of the Champions League at Wembley Stadium is almost upon us. The iconic twin towers of the old Wembley may be gone but the arch of the latest, rejuvenated and reinvigorated Wembley Stadium is all set to become just as famous. Saturday 28th May 2011 will the biggest day in the new stadium’s […] […]

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Deja vu for Forest and Bluebirds

May 18, 2011

Reading’s comprehensive 3-0 victory at the Cardiff City Stadium last night left the home side’s supporters with a distinct feeling of deja vu. Even if last season’s play-off defeat in a spanking brand new stadium came in the final at Wembley, the pain of missing out on a promotion decider with arch rivals Swansea City […] […]

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Have you got what it takes to score at Wembley?

October 28, 2010

Fans invited to test their nerve at the home of football Ever dreamed of emulating your football heroes and scoring at Wembley in front of over 70,000 fans? This dream will become a reality for three lucky fans as they step up to the penalty spot during half-time at the England v France international on […] […]

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