Stadiums

16Aug 2016

Citi Field New York Mets About Stadium Located in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in the Queens borough of New york City, Citi Field is home to Major League Baseball’s New York Mets. The stadium replaced the Mets’ old home field, Shea Stadium which is located a crossed from the new stadium and was in use since […]

16Aug 2016

Chase Field Arizona Diamondbacks About Stadium An indoor ballpark located in downtown Phoenix, Arizona, Chase Field is the home to Major League Baseball’s Arizona Diamondbacks. The facility opened 18 years ago in 1988 when the Diamondbacks were an expansion team and new to the league. The roof is a retractable structure, allowing for games to […]

16Aug 2016

Busch Stadium St. Louis Cardinals About Stadium Commonly referred to as “Busch Stadium III” or “New Busch Stadium”, Busch Stadium is a ballpark located in St. Louis, Missourri and serves as the home field for MLB’s St. Louis Cardinals. The stadium replaced the previous home park for the Cardinals back during the start of the […]

16Aug 2016

AT&T Park San Francisco Giants About Stadium A ballpark located on the south side of San Francisco, California, AT&T Park is the home field of Major League Baseball’s San Francisco Giants. The park originally opened as Pacific Bell Park, and then later changed the name to SBC Park in 2003, before again changing the name […]

16Aug 2016

Angel Stadium Anaheim Angels About Stadium A ballpark constructed in downtown Anaheim, California, Angel Stadium serves primarily as the home to Major League Baseball’s Anaheim Angels. Originally named Anaheim Stadium and then changed to Edison International Field of Anaheim, the ballpark opened back in 1966 and has underwent multiple renovations since then. In addition to […]

03May 2016

O.co Coliseum Oakland Raiders About Stadium Commonly referred to as the Oakland Coliseum, Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum is the home of the National Football League’s Oakland Raiders and located in Oakland, California. The stadium was opened in 1966, and in addition to it being the home of the NFL’s Raiders, it’s also the home field of […]

03May 2016

University of Phoenix Stadium Arizona Cardinals About Stadium Located in Glendale, Arizona, University of Phoenix Stadium is a multi-purpose facility that is primarily the home of the National Football League’s Arizona Cardinals. In addition to being the home of the Cardinals, it also hosts college football’s annual postseason Fiesta Bowl. The stadium originally opened under […]

03May 2016

Soldier Field Chicago Bears About Stadium Located near the South Side of Chicago, Illinois, Soldier Field is home to the National Football League’s Chicago Bears. The stadium is one of the oldest in existence as it opened in 1924, but the Bears didn’t start to play there till 1971. In 2002, much of the stadium […]

03May 2016

U.S. Bank Stadium Minnesota Vikings About Stadium U.S. Bank Stadium is an indoor stadium that’s currently under construction in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and will be the future home of the National Football League’s Minnesota Vikings starting with the 2016 season. The new stadium is being built to replace the Vikings’ old home field, the Metrodome, which […]

03May 2016

Ford Field Detroit Lions About Stadium Ford Field is an indoor multi-purpose stadium located in Detroit, Michigan, and is home to the National Football League’s Detroit Lions. The facility is owned by Detroit/Wayne County Stadium Authority and in addition to it being the home of the Lions, it’s also the annual host of the Quick […]

03May 2016

Sun Life Stadium Miami Dolphins About Stadium A multi-purpose stadium located in Miami, Florida, the stadium formerly known as Sun Life Stadium is home to the National Football League’s Miami Dolphins and the college football team of nearby University of Miami Hurricanes. Sun Life’s naming rights have expired in 2016, and the current name of […]

03May 2016

Paul Brown Stadium Cincinnati Bengals About Stadium Located in Cincinnati, Ohio, Paul Brown Stadium is the home field of the AFC North’s Cincinnati Bengals in the National Football League. The stadiums wears the name of the Bengals’ original founder, Paul Brown, and the stadium was opened on August 19, 2000. The stadium is also commonly […]

03May 2016

Raymond James Stadium Tampa Bay Buccaneers About Stadium Raymond James Stadum is located in downtown Tampa Bay, Florida and is the home of the National Football League’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Commonly referred to as “Ray Jay stadium,” it seats 65,890 fans for game day, and can be expanded for special events up to 75,000. At […]

02May 2016

CenturyLink Field Seattle Seahawks About Stadium The multi-purpose facility standing in Seattle, Washington and home of the Nation Football League’s Seattle Seahawks is CenturyLink Field. The stadium was originally named Seahawks Stadium before the naming rights were purchased on June 23, 2004 by Qwest telecommunications company, and then again changed the name in 2011 to […]

02May 2016

Lucas Oil Stadium Indianapolis Colts About Stadium A multi-purpose facility constructed in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana, Lucas Oil Stadium is the home of the National Football League’s Indianapolis Colts. The naming rights of the stadium were sold prior to work being started on the stadium in 2006 when Lucas Oil purchased the naming rights for $121 […]

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