Celebrate Liverpool’s Wembley win with your own piece of history

27 February 2012


Liverpool’s first visit to the re-built Wembley Stadium was triumphant as they lifted the League Cup on Sunday.

We’ve teamed up with Wembley Stadium to give you the chance to be part of footballing history, whether you were at the game or not, by engraving your name – or a loved one, tribute or personalised message in the famous Wembley Way.

In November 2011 Wembley Stadium launched Wembley Way, a new landmark that gives football, sport and music fans the opportunity to be a permanent part of the venue’s history. Stones inscribed with fans’ special messages, dedications and memories are set in the ground on the stadium’s outside concourse along a number of special panels, each of which celebrate a legendary Wembley event.

So far two panels have been unveiled at Wembley. The first commemorates England’s World Cup win in 1966 and contains the personalised stones for all eleven players from the winning team. The second location celebrates the 2007 England v Brazil game, which was the first international match at the new Wembley Stadium. It includes stones for all the members of the current England squad who have achieved their 50th cap.

Made from the finest grey granite, the Wembley Way stones come in various sizes ranging from 200mm x 100mm for a single stone to 600mm x 200mm for a celebration stone. Larger stones can also feature the England Three Lions crest or Wembley Stadium logo. Prices range from £50 to £495.

For further details or to purchase a stone visit www.wembleystadium.com/wembleyway

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