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  1. Chelsea Football Club were founded on 10 March 1905. at The Rising Sun pub, (now The Butcher's Hook) opposite today's main entrance to the ground on the Fulham Road. Since there was already a team named Fulham in the borough, the name of the adjacent borough, the Metropolitan Borough of Chelsea, was settled on after London FC, Kensington FC and Stamford Bridge FC had been rejec

  2. In the case of the Millennium Bridge, because the lateral motion caused pedestrians to directly participate with the bridge, the vibrational modes had not been anticipated by the designers. When the bridge lurches to one side, the pedestrians must adjust to keep from falling over, and they all do this at the same time.

  3. › wiki › The_BridgeThe Bridge - Wikipedia

    Queensbridge Houses, a public housing development in Queens, US referenced in various hip-hop songs as "the Bridge" Stamford Bridge (stadium), home of Chelsea F.C., in England; The Bridge, a village centre in St. Sampson, Guernsey; The Bridge (Phnom Penh), skyscraper in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

  4. The Valley is a 27,111 capacity sports stadium in Charlton, London, England and has been the home of Charlton Athletic Football Club since the 1920s, with a period of exile between 1985 and 1992. It is served by Charlton railway station , which is less than a five-minute walk away from the stadium.

  5. La Liga de Campeones de la UEFA 2015-16 (en inglés, UEFA Champions League) fue la 61.ª edición.La competición empezó el 30 de junio de 2015 y terminó el 28 de mayo de 2016.

  6. On 28 July 2022, Brentford announced a 10-year partnership with British technology manufacturer Gtech, which included naming rights to the stadium, which immediately became the Gtech Community Stadium. Location. 2) site off Lionel Road, adjacent to Kew Bridge railway station.

  7. › wiki › Tower_BridgeTower Bridge - Wikipedia

    The bridge connected Iron Gate, on the north bank of the river, with Horselydown Lane, on the south – now known as Tower Bridge Approach and Tower Bridge Road, respectively. Until the bridge was opened, the Tower Subway – 0.25 mi (400 m) to the west – was the shortest way to cross the river from Tower Hill to Tooley Street in Southwark .