Wembley Stadium will take centre stage this summer as it hosts the showpiece game of European football – the European Championships final.

The National Stadium hasn’t hosted an international tournament since Euro 96, and this will be the first in the ‘new’ Wembley. As well as the final, the stadium will also host both semi-finals, a round of 16 tie and each of England’s three group fixtures – including the hugely anticipated clash with Scotland on Friday 18th June.  

Of course there have been many famous moments at Wembley – old and new – but we wanted to find out what were yours. We asked, you answered, and here are the results…

Birmingham City shock Arsenal to win the League Cup, 2011

Obafemi Martins wrote himself into Birmingham City folklore with a late, late winner at Wembley to earn the Blues their first trophy since 1963 following a defensive howler from Arsenal. With the game meandering towards extra-time, a total breakdown in communication between defender Laurent Koscielny and ‘keeper Wojciech Szczesny allowed the Nigerian to pounce and send the Blues fans packed into Wembley wild. Birmingham were relegated from the Premier League that season, and haven’t been back since, but Martins ensured that fans will never forget the 2010/11 season.

York City’s FA Trophy and promotion double, 2012

For many clubs just winning once at Wembley is a lifelong dream, but to do it twice in eight days really is something special. Just ask York City fans. Going for the non-league double in May 2012, the Minstermen’s first challenge was Newport County in the FA Trophy final and two second-half goals saw them run out comfortable 2-0 winners. The following weekend was the big one – the Blue Square Bet Premier play-off final versus Luton Town. Looking to gain promotion back to the Football League for the first time in eight years, York went behind in the second minute before goals from Ashley Chambers and Matty Blair secured a famous win and an unforgettable week for the club and its fans.

Bobby Zamora’s late winner to send QPR up, 2014

Down to ten men and desperately hanging on to any hope of gaining immediate promotion back to the Premier League, substitute Bobby Zamora struck in the 90th minute following an error from Derby County defender Richard Keogh. The goal was Rangers’ only shot on target in the entire game, and Harry Redknapp’s side had to deal with the dismissal of Gary O’Neil on the hour mark. Derby dominated large periods of the game but found Robert Green in fine form, before Zamora ensured mayhem in the QPR end right at the death.

Huddersfield Town winning promotion to the Premier League, 2017

The game wasn’t a classic, but try telling that to the Huddersfield Town fans who packed into Wembley to see their side reach the Premier League for the first time in their history. Goalless following 120 minutes of tense, play-off final football, the Terriers and Reading would fight for the right to play in the top flight from the spot. At one stage Reading were leading the shoot-out 3-1, but missed their final two penalties to allow Christopher Schindler to step up for Huddersfield and become a hero and send the Terriers into the top flight for the first time in 45 years.

Gerard Deulofeu’s FA Cup semi-final wonder goal, 2019

A certified Wembley classic, Watford came from 2-0 down to defeat Wolves 3-2 in extra-time to earn their place in the 2019 FA Cup final. With just 11 minutes left Wolves fans were booking their London hotels for the final, but then up stepped Gerard Deulofeu and his magical right foot. From just 10 yards out and at an acute angle, the Spaniard delicately bent his chip around three defenders and into the far post, giving John Ruddy in the Wolves goal no chance. A Troy Deeney penalty in the 94th minute sent the game into extra time before Deulofeu stepped up once again to send the Hornets to their first FA Cup final since 1984.