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Wembley Stadium is one of London's most iconic sports and entertainment locations. Boasting a capacity of 90,000 (making it the second-largest in Europe), it was built in 2007 to replace its now-demolished predecessor, and has gone on to host some of the biggest football games of recent years. Wembley Stadium is also used for massive concerts, too - performers include Green Day, Bon Jovi, George Michael, Muse, Oasis, Coldplay, Take That, and many other big names. In 2014, it plays host to One Direction amongst others.