6 2. Man United have played 45 games at Wembley – have you guessed who’s number one? Find out now! – The Red Devils have played 17 FA Cup final matches at Wembley more than any other club. They also hold the distinction of being the only English club to play two European Cup finals at Wembley, winning the 1968 edition against Benfica but losing in 2011 to Barcelona. United have contested six League Cup finals at the stadium and 17 Charity/Community Shields. 5. Tottenham have played 27 games at Wembley – click to find out which London rival finishes aboves Tottenham in our list… – Tottenham have played in nine FA Cup finals at Wembley, including two replays in 1981 and 1982, both of which the Lilywhites won. Spurs clinched the first League and Cup double of the 20th century in the 1961 FA Cup final at Wembley (pictured above), but they lost their most recent trip to the new stadium in the 2015 League Cup final against Chelsea. Spurs have played seven League Cup finals at Wembley, four FA Cup semi-finals, three Charity Shields and four pre-season tournament matches. 6 6 6 4. Chelsea have played 28 games at Wembley – click to see which club is third… – Chelsea have played more games at the rebuilt Wembley than any other club, contesting 13 fixtures under the arch since the new stadium opened in 2007. The Blues’ first game under the old twin towers came during the Second World War, in the Football League War Cup South Final. They have also played two Full Members Cup finals, winning the much-maligned tournament in 1986 and 1990, while their first FA Cup final success began at Wembley, but ended at Old Trafford, where they beat Leeds United in a replay after the first game ended 2-2 (the pitch was in such a state the replay was staged at Man United’s ground). 3. Liverpool have played 36 games at Wembley – who will be first and second? Click to find out! – When Liverpool face Aston Villa in the 2015 FA Cup semi-finals, it will be the club’s 37th Wembley appearance (not including the 1988 Football League Centenary Tournament, where games lasted just 40 minutes). The Reds had to wait until 1950 for their first Wembley date, when they lost the FA Cup final to Arsenal. They have played 11 Wembley FA Cup finals in total, plus one semi, in addition to eight League Cup finals, 13 Charity Shield matches and one European Cup final. In 1989 they played Dynamo Kiev and Arsenal in the pre-season Makita Tournament. 6. Everton have played 19 games at Wembley – click the arrow above, right, to find out which clubs have played the most games at Wembley Stadium! – The Toffees have contested nine FA Cup finals at Wembley, two League Cup finals, two FA Cup semi finals and the now defunct Full Members Cup final. Their last Wembley trip was the 2012 FA Cup semi-final defeat to Liverpool, while their last silverware was the 1995 FA Cup win against Manchester United (pictured above). 6 6 Liverpool booked their place at Wembley with a 1-0 win against Blackburn in the FA Cup quarter-finals, prompting the usual complaints that last four games shouldn’t be played under the arch.But which clubs have enjoyed the most visits to English football’s most iconic venue?We’ve got the stats that show who can rightly call Wembley their second home.Take a look at the slideshow above and let us know your thoughts on games other than finals being played at Wembley… 1. Arsenal have played 46 games at Wembley – No club has played more games at English football’s most iconic venue than Arsenal. The Gunners have taken part in 15 FA Cup final matches there, as well as four semi-finals and six League Cup finals. In the late 1990s Arsenal played six Champions League group games at Wembley, due to the small capacity at their old Highbury ground, while they featured in two Football League War Cup finals and six pre-season Makita International Tournament games between 1988 and 1990. Add in seven Charity/Community Shield appearances and when the Gunners face Reading in the 2015 FA Cup semis, it will be their 47th Wembley appearance since their debut at the old stadium, way back in 1927.