A COMPARISON BETWEEN THE OLD AND NEW WEMBLEY STADIUM (Name) (Institution) A Comparison between the Old and New Wembley Stadium Wembley Stadium is a football pitch that is located in Wembley Park London England. It was reopened in 2007 following the demolition of the old Wembley Stadium which was formerly known as the Empire Stadium between 2002-2003. This stadium hosts most of the major football matches in England such as the FA Cup Final the League Cup Final the FA Trophy FA Community Shield as well as the home games (Vanderstraeten 2017). This stadium is owned and managed by the Football Association (the FA). In fact the headquarters of FA is located in this stadium. It is important to note that Wembley Stadium is the largest stadium both in England and Europe. Additionally it is the second largest stadium in Europe. Notably there exists both differences and similarities between the memories. However the New Wembley Stadium has still some challenges such as many pillars and columns that frequently obstructs the spectators from watching the games and sports activities taking place in the field. References Ahlfeldt G. M. & Kavetsos G. (2014). Form or function?: the effect of new sports stadia on property prices in London. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: series A (statistics in society) 177(1) 169-190. Eastman C. A. (2016). The Quest for Leadership at Wembley Stadium. In Improving Workplace Learning by Teaching Literature (pp. 35-56). Springer International Publishing. King A. (2017). The European ritual: Football in the new Europe. Routledge. MacIntosh E. & Harris J. (2017). The global sports environment. Understanding Sports Management: International Perspectives 58. Spracklen K. (2016). Dreams of Parkside and Barley Mow. Sport Leisure and Culture in the Postmodern City 153. Vanderstraeten M. (2017). The world in March. Without Prejudice 17(3) 32-33. [...]
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