Tag: Wembley


Capacity crowd in UK venues boon or bane?

England on high risk road

England has announced capacity crowd for the upcoming sporting extravaganzas – British Grand Prix and the Wimbledon Finals, and 60,000 fans at Wembley for Euro 2020 which is presently underway. The above announcement comes as music to the ears for ‘cooped up’ fans, players, stadia... » Read more


UK ‘cave in’ to UEFA to keep final at Wembley

Wembley in danger to loose EURO 2020 final

With the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) putting its foot down and threatening to move the European Championship final from Wembley (UK) to Budapest (Hungary) over the quarantine clause for 2,500 VIP officials, people in charge are doing “as much as we possibly can” to... » Read more


Opulent premiere for Bond flick in UK venue?

James Bond premiere at Wembley Stadium

As is the case with other events, COVID-19 has also cast its long shadow on the film world globally. After a year of waiting with bated breath, the producers of the James Bond flick – ‘No Time To Die’ – are keen to premiere the movie in a star-studded show at a stadium like the Wembley... » Read more


Wembley to resonate with musical acts

More events for Wembley Stadium

The Brent Council has given the go-ahead to the Wembley Stadium (UK) to be able to stage an extra nine non-sporting events. ‘Harrow Times’ stated that the Council’s planning committee unanimously approved proposals on April 7th that could see up to 90,000 spectators grace 46 events across the... » Read more


Get ready for ‘Wembley of Malaysia’ experience

KL Sports City Wembley experience

The Malaysia Stadium Corporation (PSM) will soon be partnering with the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) to create a ‘Wembley Stadium-experience’ at the Kuala Lumpur Sports City (KLSC), in Bukit Jalil, Malaysian state news agency Bernama reported. PSM board member Radzi Tajuddin said that... » Read more


Rugby League World Cup 2021 venues revealed

Rugby League World Cup 2021 venues

The 2021 Rugby League World Cup will be almost exclusively based in the north of England, with just two of the 31 matches taking place south of Sheffield, the Independent reported. Wembley has been ignored but the Emirates Stadium in London will host rugby league for the first time, with the home... » Read more


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