It’s a jam-packed sporting event that film star Tom Cruise will be releasing in London on Sunday. In the afternoon, he enjoyed a Grand Slam victory over Novak Djokovic against Wimbledon’s Matteo Berretini, a short drive to the 59 – year – old Wembley Stadium, an hour ‘s drive away.
Cruz is not the only player on the site to watch and watch the European Championship final between Italy and England. A great model, top politicians and football legends can also be seen in 65,000 spectators.
David Beckham is undoubtedly in second place – he has always been on the stand in previous England matches. Next to him: English supermodel Kate Moss. The density of VIPs in the VIP gallery is high. The British royal family is not far from Moss, Beckham and Cruz. Prince William and his wife Kate and son George sit in specially made blue seats at the National Stadium.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will also miss the final. His rival, Italian President Sergio Materella, is also there – one of the nearly a thousand Italian fans at the stadium.
Back to the football greats: On one side is Sir Jeff Hurst on the list of honorary guests. With a Wembley goal in 1966, the now 79-year-old led his country to their first World Championship.
Former Bayern boss Carl-Heinz Rumanige (left) stands next to PSG president Nasser al-Khalifi. Its current coach, Mauricio Pochettino, talks to Irish legend Robbie Keane before the game. (Father / Mother)
Posted: 07/11/2021, 10:09 pm
Last Updated: 07/11/2021, 10:30 p.m.
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