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And finally… England fans and Wembley Way

This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and SD merged to become the FSA in 2019.

What do tens of thousands of fans streaming out of Wembley look like, when condensed into 30 seconds? This is from England v Brazil in Feb 2012 and there are apparently 2,500 people from the line of horses to the black, central pole. For the second week in a row, hat-tip to @james_dart for the spot (via Jon Durr).

Fans Leaving Wembley Stadium After England vs Brazil (6th Feb 2012) from Jon Durr on Vimeo.

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