Wembley Stadium celebrated its 10th year anniversary today by lighting up its iconic arch in the colours of every team who has played at the famous arena since its reopening.
One hundred and sixty six domestic, European and international men’s and women’s football teams have graced the Wembley turf in the last decade across a variety of competitions and friendlies.
To mark anniversary, and in a show of gratitude to all the clubs, Wembley Stadium displayed each of the club or national colours on the famous arch. The name and crests of the clubs were also shown on the outside of the stadium.
The Coasters graced the hallowed turf back in 2008 as Kirkham and Wesham, defeating Lowestoft Town 2-1 to lift the FA Vase.
Despite trailing for much of the match in front of a crowd of 19,537, 17-year-old substitute Matt Walwyn bagged twice in the final six minutes to seal a famous victory.