Soccer - FA Cup - Final - Blackpool v Bolton Wanderers - Wembley Stadium
Blackpool footballer Stanley Mortenson (left) scores his team's second goal against Bolton Wanderers, during their 1953 FA Cup Final football match at Wembley Stadium, in London. Blackpool won 4-3. * L-R: goalkeeper S Hanson; centre-half M Barrass, and right-back J Ball (No 2).
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Lars-Ake Bergseije Ski Jumping at Wembley
Lars-ake Bergseije, 29-year-old electrician from Sundsvall, Sweden, takes off from the 150-foot high ski jump built at Wembley Stadium, London where the International Ski Jumping and Winter Sports Exhibition took place. Lars-Ake was Sweden's natonal champion in 1956 and has distinguished himself in Sweden and Canada.
John Charles Scores Against England
Wales' centre forward John Charles (left) shoots into a empty net to notch the first goal for his country in the international football match against England at the Empire Stadium Wembley, London. Watching, helplessly, is England's left back, Roger Byrne. 08/02/04: Former Leeds, Juventus and Wales striker John Charles is recovering in Milan's San Carlo hospital after surgery to amputate part of his right foot, according to a report, November 10, 1954. The 72-year-old underwent emergency vascular surgery after collapsing prior to a planned appearance as a pundit on Italian TV earlier this year. 21/02/04: The former Leeds, Juventus and Wales striker has died at the age of 72.