Chelsea 2-1 Liverpool
The FA Cup with Budweiser
5.15pm, Saturday 5 May 2012
Winning club to receive £1.8m, Runners-up to receive £900,000 from The FA's Prize Fund
Were you one of the 89,000 fans at Wembley Stadium for The FA Cup with Budweiser Final on Saturday?
If so, you have the chance to become official Guinness World Record breakers as part of a unique Wembley 360 panoramic photo.
The amazing photo has been captured and uploaded to www.wembleystadium.com/wembley360 and supporters can now join Wembley’s attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the ‘Most Tagged Photograph’.
For the first time in Wembley’s history, fans are being invited to actively participate in a Wembley record attempt by tagging themselves in the photograph. The current Guinness World Record for the ‘Most Tagged Photograph’ is held by Orange for a crowd shot taken in 2010 at Glastonbury which received over 7,000 tags from music fans.
Aside from staking its claim as the ‘Most Tagged Photograph’, the Wembley 360 degree crowd shot is set to be one of the largest images of a major sporting event. Estimated at 27 Gigapixels, the photo will beat last year’s 23 Gigapixel photo taken at the 2011 FA Cup Final.
Working with renowned photographer Jeffrey Martin from 360Cities.net, the gigantic photograph will provide a unique memory for fans of Chelsea and Liverpool fans.
Been wondering Where’s Wally? Find him joining fans at The FA Cup Final for the photo.
Wally was showing his world famous stripes somewhere within the 360 degree crowd shot. Keen-eyed fans going online to tag themselves and find friends will have the chance to become Wally Watchers and win one of ten pairs of tickets to the upcoming England v Belgium international at Wembley if they can spot Wally.
Nicole Blake, EVP, Global Marketing & Consumer Products, Classic Media, said: “Wally was delighted to be attending his first FA Cup Final and to celebrate the occasion we are proud to be teaming up with Wembley and giving his fans in the UK and around the world the chance to earn their stripes and spot him enjoying the game.”
Roger Maslin, Wembley Stadium's Managing Director, said: “Wembley is renowned for playing host to world record breaking music and sporting performances and this year we want fans to feel a part of that heritage and have the opportunity to tell their friends they are an official Guinness World Record Breaker."
The Wembley 360-degree panoramic photo is online at www.wembleystadium.com/wembley360. Fans are invited to view the largest live event photo ever, find their friends and Facebook tag themselves.