Adele is set to return home as she closes out her one-year concert tour.

The 28-year-old singer just announced she'll host the two-night finale at London's Wembley Stadium on June 29 and July 1.

She took to Instagram to make the announcement, sharing a black and white video of herself attempting to play football while wearing a Union Jack Flag scarf around her neck as she ran around an empty arena.

"She's comin' up, she's comin' up," Adele sings while kicking a soccer ball. "That's right, doing two nights at Wembley stadium!" 

For further details please go to live.adele.com

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Adele kicked off her massive tour—which is in promotion of her 2015 album, 25—in July and has sold out concerts everywhere she's played, from North America to the U.K., Australia and more. 

Throughout the tour, she's experienced some pretty incredible moments.

For example, one couple got engaged during her very first show in Belfast. She's also paid tribute to Amy Winehouse, talked openly about Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's heartbreaking divorce and even had to dodge a bat that made its way near her stage.

And to think, she still has seven months of touring to go!

Head over to Adele.com for more details on her upcoming stops.

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