Wembley Gives Dads Legendary Status

Thursday, 07, June, 2012

Chris Eubank receives a Wembley Way stone as a Father's Day present 

Struggling to think of gift ideas for your dad this Father’s Day? Wembley Stadium is giving sports and music fans the opportunity to buy a personlised stone that will ensure dads up and down the country receive legendary status on Wembley Way.

Joining a whole host of Wembley legends including the 1966 World Cup winning team and current England players Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard, fans purchasing stones this Father’s Day can ensure their loved one secures their own unique place on Wembley Way.

The stones can be inscribed with special messages and dedications, making it the perfect gift for Father’s Day. Wembley’s stones are currently transforming the concourse surrounding the stadium creating Wembley Way, a new landmark where fans from all over the world are able to share in the messages and memories of events that have taken place at the stadium. Each of the Wembley Way spokes marks an exciting event in the iconic stadium’s history and fans are encouraged to play their part.

Chairman of Wembley Stadium, Melvin Benn, said: “We are excited to be offering fans the opportunity to honour their dads this year by allowing them to place a permanent tribute to their biggest supporter. The stones on Wembley Way mark some of the world’s greatest sporting and music events so fans who decide to get involved and honour their dads can be assured they are in great company.”

Made from the finest grey granite, the Wembley Way stones come in various sizes and cost from £50 - £495. Fans interested in purchasing a Wembley Way stone can visit www.wembleystadium.com/wembleyway for more information.