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Wembley Arena /ˈwɛmbli/ (originally the Empire Pool, now known as OVO Arena Wembley for sponsorship reasons) is an indoor arena next to Wembley Stadium in Wembley, London, England, used for music, comedy, family entertainment and sport. The 12,500-seat facility is London's second-largest indoor arena after The O2 Arena, and the ninth-largest in the United Kingdom.
|Full name||OVO Arena Wembley|
|Former names||Empire Pool (1934–1978)|
Wembley Arena (1978–2014)
The SSE Arena Wembley (2014–2022)
|Public transit|| Wembley Park|
|Operator||Anschutz Entertainment Group / ASM Global|
|Broke ground||November 1933|
|Opened||25 July 1934|
|Reopened||2 April 2006|
Sir Owen Williams (engineer)