Tile mural celebrates non-football events at Wembley Stadium

Rugby and American football illustrations on the mural.

Rugby and American football illustrations on the mural. - Credit: Brent Council

Memories of Wembley Stadium are set to be on display when a tile display is made visible once again.

The mural has been at the Bobby Moore Bridge since 1993 but for the past eight years they have been covered with advertisements.

Brent Council has announced that next month the hoarding will be temporarily removed to show off the depictions of famous sporting events and the 1985 Live Aid concert.

The tiles will be shown off from March 1-21 and it follows an agreement in 2019 to give them greater prominence.

Mayor of Brent Cllr Lia Colacicco said: "The tile murals are a part of Brent's rich heritage so it is exciting to see more tiles revealed at the historic Bobby Moore Bridge.

“My hope is that when looking at the images we remember the historic and iconic moments that have happened in Wembley and I am looking forward to more memories being created at new events later this year."

The article was modified at 11.32am on February 16. A previous version implied the tile mural was a new construction.