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Wembleydt2007 Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 88 pictures in our Wembleydt2007 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Motor Sport - World Speedway Championship Final - Peter Craven - Wembley stadium Featured Print

Motor Sport - World Speedway Championship Final - Peter Craven - Wembley stadium

Holding his 500 winner's cheque is Peter Craven (far right), of United Kingdom, straddles a tractor at the Empire Stadium, Wembley, London, after winning the World Speedway Championship final. Behind him, with their plaques, are Barry Briggs (centre), of New Zealand and Southampton, who took the second prize of 200, and Ove Fundin (l), of Sweden, who was third and received a prize of 100. Driving the tractor is comedian Norman Wisdom, who presented the awards.

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Soccer - FA Cup Final - Sunderland v Leeds United Featured Print

Soccer - FA Cup Final - Sunderland v Leeds United

Sunderland goalkeeper Jim Montgomery (on floor, second r) lies in his goalmouth after making the second half of his famous double save, from Leeds United's Peter Lorimer (second l). The first half of the save involved Montgomery parrying a diving header from Trevor Cherry (on floor, r) into Lorimer's path

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Live Aid Concert Launch - Wembley Stadium Featured Print

Live Aid Concert Launch - Wembley Stadium

BAND AID 1985: Rock stars at Wembley stadium, London, following the announcement that Band Aid is to stage the biggest rock event the world has ever seen to raise millions for the Ethiopian famine appeal. (l-r) Tony Hadley, Midge Ure, Gary Kemp, Adam Ant, Bob Geldof and Elton John. *19/12/01: Rock stars at Wembley stadium, London, following the announcement that Band Aid is to stage the biggest rock event the world has ever seen to raise millions for the Ethiopian famine appeal. (l-r) Tony Hadley, Midge Ure, Gary Kemp, Adam Ant, Bob Geldof and Elton John. It was announced that Wembley would be the site for the new national stadium.

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