2013 UEFA Champions League final and Uefa's Congress in the same year will be staged in London Wembley Stadium.

Wembley to host 2013 final for London venue to stage showpiece for second time in 3 years president Michel Platini announced on Thursday and Platini informed a news conference the decisions are to mark the 'exceptional circumstances' of the Football Association's 150th anniversary in 2013.

It means Wembley will host an unprecedented two finals in the space of three years after the success of the Barcelona v Manchester United final last month and it will also be the seventh time that Wembley has hosted the Champions League or European Cup final, the most of any venue for a Platini revealed Uefa had been impressed with the organisation at this year's match.

The Wembley Stadium is a officially known as the Empire Stadium, was a football stadium in Wembley and suburb of north-west London for standing on the site now occupied by the new Wembley Stadium that opened in 2007.
The famous of a hosting FA Cup Finals and 5 European Cup finals for a 1948 Olympics,1966 World Cup Final,Final of Euro 96 and the Live Aid concert of 1985 for a Wembley Stadium, Pele said,Wembley is the cathedral of football and the capital of football and it is the heart of football and recognition of its status as the world's best known football stadium.

History Wembley Stadium for a first turf was cut by King George V, and it was first opened to a public on 28 April 1923 and the First known as the British Empire Exhibition Stadium or simply Empire Stadium, it was built by Sir Robert McAlpine for the British Empire Exhibition of a 1924 (extended to 1925) and the stadium cost £750,000, and was constructed on the site of an earlier folly called Watkin's Tower.

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