He's not a wally, he's England captain! Gerrard the victim of Wembley blooper
14:24 GMT, 19 October 2012
He's the England captain with 99 caps but Steven Gerrard has been sold a dummy with the latest blunder at the home of the Three Lions.
Wembley is advertising tours of the national stadium but organisers have been left red-(with white stripes)-faced thanks to the promotion on their website.
Woops: The ad on the Wembley website could have been better
He gets about: Wally will be at Wembley at the end of the month
Where's Wally is the theme but the
cartoon character's famous hat is pictured next to Gerrard's shirt and a
sign asking supporters to… Find Wally at Wembley.
Visitors taking up the offer can climb the famous steps, take manager Roy Hodgson's seat in the press room, visit the Royal Box and get their hands on a replica FA Cup.
Is that Wally in the background No, it's Poland striker Robert Lewandowski keeping a close eye on England captain Steven Gerrard during Wednesday's draw
There's also a look back at England's
World Cup triumph in 1966 and the spectacular Live Aid gig from 1985 –
when Queen singer Freddie Mercury turned in a man-of-the-match
Wally Spotters are welcome from October 30 until November 4 but please note – any reported sightings of the one below will not be taken seriously.
It never rains but it pours: Steve McClaren – the original wally with the brolly
Wally's still on the website somewhere but the Gerrard advert has since been removed.