F.A. Cup
                                                   1904/05  Results
* denotes non-league club
First Round  
Sat Feb 4 Aston Villa5-1Leicester Fosse
Sat Feb 4 Blackburn Rovers1-2Sheffield Wednesday
Sat Feb 4 Bolton Wanderers 1-1Bristol Rovers*
Wed Feb 8 Bristol Rovers* 0-3

Bolton Wanderers

Sat Feb 4 Bury 1-0Notts County
Sat Feb 4 Derby County0-2Preston North End
Sat Feb 4 Fulham* 0-0Reading*
Wed Feb 8 Reading* 0-0

Fulham*

Mon Feb 13 Fulham* 1-0

Reading*

(played at White Hart Lane, Tottenham Hotspur FC)
Sat Feb 4 Lincoln City 1-2Manchester City (holders)
Sat Feb 4 Liverpool 1-1Everton
Wed Feb 8 Everton 2-1

Liverpool

Sat Feb 4 Middlesbrough 1-1Tottenham Hotspur*
Thu Feb 9 Tottenham Hotspur* 1-0

Middlesbrough

Sat Feb 4 Newcastle United 1-1Plymouth Argyle*
Wed Feb 8 Plymouth Argyle* 1-1

Newcastle United

Mon Feb 13 Newcastle United 2-0

Plymouth Argyle*

(played at the Manor Ground, Plumstead home of Woolwich Arsenal FC)
Sat Feb 4 Nottingham Forest2-0Sheffield United
Sat Feb 4 Small Heath 0-2Portsmouth*
Sat Feb 4 Southampton* 3-1Millwall*
Sat Feb 4 Stoke 2-0Grimsby Town
Sat Feb 4 Sunderland 1-1Wolverhampton Wanderers
Wed Feb 8 Wolverhampton W. 1-0

Sunderland

Sat Feb 4 Woolwich Arsenal 0-0Bristol City*
Wed Feb 8 Bristol City* 1-0

Woolwich Arsenal

Second Round
Sat Feb 18 Aston Villa3-2Bury
Sat Feb 18 Bristol City* 0-0Preston North End
Thu Feb 23 Preston North End 1-0

Bristol City*

Sat Feb 18 Fulham* 1-0Nottingham Forest
Sat Feb 18 Manchester City (holders) 1-2Bolton Wanderers
Sat Feb 18 Sheffield Wednesday 2-1Portsmouth*
Sat Feb 18 Stoke 0-4Everton
Sat Feb 18 Tottenham Hotspur* 1-1Newcastle United
Wed Feb 22 Newcastle United 4-0

Tottenham Hotspur*

Sat Feb 18 Wolverhampton W. 2-3Southampton*
Third Round
Sat Mar 4 Aston Villa 5-0Fulham*
Sat Mar 4 Bolton Wanderers 0-2Newcastle United
Sat Mar 4 Everton 4-0Southampton*
Sat Mar 4 Preston North End 1-1Sheffield Wednesday
Thu Mar 9 Sheffield Wednesday 3-0

Preston North End

Semi-Finals
Sat Mar 25 Aston Villa1-1Everton
(played at the Victoria Ground, Stoke FC)
Wed Mar 29 Aston Villa 2-1

Everton

(played at Trent Bridge, Notts County  FC)
Sat Mar 25 Newcastle United 1-0Sheffield Wednesday
(played at Hyde Road, Manchester City FC)

                

Final (played at Crystal Palace, London)
Sat Apr 15 Aston Villa 2-0Newcastle United

Question:
When first opened this stadium was likened to a bed pan. Although not an English ground, Manchester United were the visitors for the first football match played there - in August 2010. In 2011 the ground hosted the Europa League final. Name the Stadium.

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