About this project
Wembley Stadium reopened in 2007 after the original building was demolished from 2002 to 2003. It is the largest stadium in the UK and second-largest in Europe and hosts major football matches of the England national team and the FA Cup Final. Designed by architects Poplous and Foster & Partners and built by Australian firm Multiplex, Frost Drainage products were used within the construction of the building offering a long-lasting solution. Supporting over 75% of the entire roof, the stadium is crowned by an 134-metre-high Wembley Arch which serves as a landmark across London aesthetically as well as structurally.