With Wembley Stadium celebrating its 90th birthday today, FIFA.com takes a look back at the English national stadium's long and illustrious history.
The Empire Stadium, as it was originally known, hosted its first game in 1923, the famous 'White Horse' FA Cup final - which Bolton Wanderers won 2-0 against West Ham United.
The iconic Twin Towers were demolished in 2002, and replaced by a 133 metre tall arch, which now lights up the London skyline.
Since reopening in 2007, former Chelsea frontman Didier Drogba made the newly-built stadium his home, becoming the first player to score in four FA Cup finals - winning all four of those matches.
Take a look at our 'Classic Stadium' profile, by clicking on the link on the right hand side.