Wembley Stadium is set to turn 100 years old this year, and you could be in with a chance of winning tickets during its anniversary year.

Since it first opened its doors on April 23, 1923, Wembley Stadium has hosted some of the most iconic moments in sporting and music history.

From Bobby Moore lifting the World Cup in 1966, to Freddie Mercury at Live Aid in 1985, through to Chloe Kelly’s extra-time winner in 2022, Wembley has been at the centre of it all.

Now, fans are being offered the chance to win a pair of VIP tickets to a Wembley event of their choice between April 1 and December 31 this year.

Three pairs of tickets are up for grabs and to enter all you need to do is share your most memorable moment at Wembley Stadium.

Stadium director Liam Boylan said: “Wembley holds a space in people’s hearts for many different reasons.

“It is the place where heroes perform and idols are worshipped. The place where big things happen, and history is made.

“It is also about those special, personal moments too.

“Seeing your side win or lose, a child’s first game or witnessing a favourite band or artist perform. We want people to share those moments with us and let us know why Wembley is so unique to them.”

Despite its age, Wembley has undergone huge change throughout its history.

In 2001, the original building with its iconic twin towers was knocked down to make way for a more modern stadium.

The new Wembley opened its doors in 2007 for the FA Cup Final, boasting a capacity of 90,000 spectators and a 315-metre arch.

Last year, more than 2.6 million people visited the stadium, which hosted a record-breaking number of events in 2022.

Mr Boylan added: “Wembley is an iconic landmark that defines English culture and history.

“It holds a position in the national psyche as much as places like Buckingham Palace, Stonehenge and the Houses of Parliament.

“Over the next 12 months we want to celebrate that fact and look forward to another 100 years of fantastic, history making defining moments.”

To submit your most memorable Wembley moment and to enter the prize draw, visit https://www.wembleystadium.com/about/wembley-100.