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Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 4:38 am

I like stadiums almost as much as I like airports. Which ones have you guys been to?

Baseball (MLB):
Yankee Stadium (NY Yankees)
Fenway Park (Boston Red Sox)
Skydome (Toronto Blue Jays)
Bank One Ballpark (Arizona Diamondbacks)

Baseball (AAA)
Frontier Field (Rochester Red Wings)
Silver Stadium (Rochester Red Wings, torn down)
Dunn Tire Park (Buffalo Bisons)
P&C Stadium (Pawtucket Red Sox)

Soccer
Frontier Field (Rochester Rhinos)
Giants Stadium (NY/NJ MetroStars)
Copenhagen (FC Koebenhavn)
Frankenstadion (1.FC. Nuernberg)

NFL
Ralph Wilson Stadium (Buffalo Bills)

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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 4:48 am

NFL:

Giants Stadium (New York/USA)


Soccer:

Ruhrstadion (Bochum/Germany)
Westfalenstadion (Dortmund/Germany)
Parkstadion (Gelsenkirchen/Germany)

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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 4:54 am

MLB

Shea Stadium (NY Mets)
Yankee Stadium (NY Yankees - and yes, I wore Mets gear)
Fenway Park (Boston Red Sox)
Veterans Stadium (Philadelphia Phillies)
Dodger Stadium (L.A. Dodgers)
Erickson Field (Anaheim Angels)
Jacobs Field (Cleveland Indians)

AAA Baseball

Silver Stadium and frontier Field (Rochester Red Wings)
The stadium for the Sacramento River Dogs. I forget the name.

A Baseball

The stadium in Savannah GA.

NFL

Oakland Colusium (Oakland Raiders)

I think thats it. Slow day indeed.

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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 5:10 am

Stadiums that I have actually been inside of:

The Omni (former home of the Atlanta Hawks, now demolished)
Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium (fomer home of the Braves and Falcons)
Turner Field (current home of the Braves)
The Georgia Dome (current home of the Atlanta Falcons)
Philips Arena (current home of the Hawks and Thrashers)
Sanford Stadium (UGA football stadium)
GSU Sports Arena (Georgia State University basketball arena)

I've been past a number of stadiums in other cities, but never went inside of them.
 
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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 5:12 am

Only soccer stadiums for me:

in the Netherlands:

ArenA stadium, Amsterdam
De Kuip stadium, Rotterdam
Gelredome, Arnhem
Goffert stadium, Nijmegen
Philips stadium, Eindhoven
Zuiderpark stadium, The Hague

and just one stadium outside the Netherlands:

Nou Camp stadium, Barcelona
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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 5:17 am


NFL

Sun Devil Stadium / Phoenix, AZ

Baseball

Sandcastle / Atlantic City, NJ

Soccer

Daimler-Stadion / Stuttgart, Germany
 
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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 5:25 am

Football,

Giant's Stadium East Rutherford NJ.

Oakland Coliseum Oakland California

Veterans Stadium Philadelphia Pennsylvania.

Baseball,

Yankee Stadium Bronx, NY

Shea Stadium Flushing Queens NY

Olympic Stadium Montreal Quebec

Sky Dome, Toronto Ontario

Veterans Stadium Philadelphia Pennsylvania

Oakland Coliseum Oakland California

Basketball/Hockey Arenas

Madison Square Garden, 34th Street NY, New York

Continental Airlines Arena, Carstadt NJ

First Union Center/Comcast, Philadelphia Pennsylvania

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Nassau Coliseum Farmingdale Long Island NY

Key Arena Seattle, Washington

Spring Training baseball stadiums/camps

Philadelphia Phillies, Clearwater Florida

Toronto Blue Jays, Dunedin Florida

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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 5:29 am

Australia

WACA (Perth)

Sydney Cricket Ground (Sydney)

The "G" (Melbourne)

Gabba (Brisbane)

Adelaide Oval (Adelaide)

Subiaco Oval (Perth)

Colonial Stadium (Melbourne)

Waverley (Melbourne)

Optus Oval (Melbourne)

Victoria Park (Melbourne)
Rod Laver Arena (Melbourne)

Football Park (Adelaide)


Overseas

Bullring (Johannesburg) - Proper name is Wanderers

Ellis Park (Johannesburg)

Wembley (London)
Lords (London)

Old Trafford (Manchester)

National Stadium (Singapore)

Hong Kong Stadium

Eden Park (Auckland)

Memorial Coliseum (Los Angeles)
Yankee (New York)
Luzhniki (Moscow)

 
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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 5:31 am

MLB:
Astrodome, Houston - Houston Astros (former home)
Minute Maid Park (formerly Enron Field), Houston - Houston Astros
The Ballpark in Arlington, Arlington TX - Texas Rangers


Japanese Baseball (Pacific League):
Seibu Dome (formerly Seibu Lions Stadium), Tokorozawa, Japan - Seibu Lions


NBA:
HemisFair Arena (demolished), San Antonio - San Antonio Spurs (former home)
Alamodome, San Antonio - San Antonio Spurs (former home)
Compaq Center (formerly The Summit), Houston - Houston Rockets


NFL:
Reliant Stadium, Houston - Houston Texans (toured it with my firm before it opened)


College Football:
Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium, Austin TX - University of Texas Longhorns

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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 5:37 am

Dodger Stadium-Los Angeles CA
Rose Garden Arena-Portland OR
Memorial Coliseum-Portland OR
PGE Park-Portland OR
Seahawks Stadium-Seattle WA
Safeco Field-Seattle WA
Key Arena-Seattle WA
Huskies Stadium-Seattle WA
Pacific Coliseum-Vanocuver BC
Boone Street Coliseum-Spokane WA
Reesers Stadium-Corvallis OR
Coors Field-Denver CO
Cougar Stadium-Pullman WA
Kibbie Dome-Moscow ID
Tri-Cities Coliseum-Kennewick WA
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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 6:10 am

MLB:

Tiger Stadium (The best, now dark)
Candlestick Park (it now has a goofy corporate name)
Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City MO
Shea Stadium
Busch Stadium
Memorial Stadium (Cleveland)
Memorial Stadium (Baltimore)
Oriole Park @ Camden Yards
Yankee Stadium (before '76 rebuild)

NFL:

Pontiac Silverdome
RFK Stadium

NHL:

Joe Louis Arena
The Olympia (old Red Wings venue)
Madison Sq. Garden
Hartford Colleseum (Whalers)
St. Louis Arena
Capital Center
MCI Arena

NBA:

Palace of Auburn Hills
Orlando Arena
The Forum (Old Lakers venue)
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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 6:27 am

Germany:
Waldstadion, Frankfurt
Olympiastadion, Berlin
Olympiastadion, München
Westfalenstadion, Dortmund
Dreisamstadion, Freiburg
Neckarstadion, Stuttgart (that's how it was called back then)
Parkstadion, Schalke
Frankenstadion, Nuremberg
Weserstadion, Bremen
Volksparkstadion, Hamburg (Damn AOL!)
Zentralstadion, Leipzig

International:
De Kuip (sp?), Rotterdam
Stade du France, Paris
Wembley, London (I was at the last official game played in Wembley)
Bernabeu, Madrid
Olympic Stadium, Barcelona
 
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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 6:45 am

Ibrox, Glasgow
Hampden, Glasgow
Celtic Park, Glasgow (watching Rangers)
Love Street, Paisley
Tyne Castle, Edinburgh
Murryfeild, Edinburgh
Old Traford, manchester ( man utd uch)
Reebok Stadium, Bolton
Wembley, London
Lords, London
millennium Stadium, Cardiff
Parc de France, Paris
Stad de France, Paris
Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam
 
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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 6:49 am

Is Wembley Arena next to Wembly Stadium , and how old is Wembley Arena?
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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 6:52 am

Riverfront Stadium (Reds & Bengels)
Wrigley Field (Cubs)
Comisky Park (the old one) (White Sox)
Tiger Stadium (Tigers)
Hoosier Dome (Genesis concert)

Minor League
Memorial Coliseum (Fort Wayne Komets)
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Memorial Stadium (Fort Wayne Wizards)
Wings Stadium (Kalamazoo Wings)
Toledo Sport Center (Toledo Goaldiggers)
Pepsi Coliseum (Indianapolis Ice)
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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 7:03 am

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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 7:09 am

Rugby:
Griffin Park -London Broncos
New River Stadium -London Skolars
Belle View -Wakefield Trinity
The Boulevard -Hull FC (old)
KC Stadium-Hull FC (new)
Craven Park- Hull Kingston Rovers
McAlpine Stadium-Huddersfield Giants
Stade Albert Domec- ASC Carcassonne

Football:
London Road- Peterborough Utd
Abbey Stadium- Cambridge Utd
The Valley- Charlton Athletic
White Hart Lane- Tottenham Hotspur
Highbury-Arsenal
Madjeski Stadium-Reading
Fratton Park- Portsmouth
Bernebau-Real Madrid
San Siro -AC Milan

Others:
Wembley stadium - London
The Millenium Stadium - Cardiff
Twickenham-London
Exhibition stadium- Toronto
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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 7:10 am

NHL:
Pacific Colliseum (former Vancouver Canucks arena)
General Motors Place (current Vancouver Canucks arena)
Skyreach Center (current Edmonton Oilers arena)
Pengrowth Sattledome (current Calgary Flames arena)

MLB:
Skydome (current Toronto Blue Jays ballpark)
Olympic Stadium (quasi/current Montreal Expos ballpark)
Kingdome (former Seattle Mariners ballpark)
Safeco Field (current Seattle Mariners ballpark)
Comerica Park (current Detroit Tigers ballpark)
BC Place Stadium (say a exhibition game between the Tigers and Mariners)

Minor League Baseball:
Nat Bailey Stadium (former Vancouver Canadians AAA ballpark that is now the home of the single A Canadians)
Stetson Bowl (actually played in this former ballpark of the now defunt single A Surrey Rockies)

CFL:
BC Place Stadium (current BC Lions stadium)
Commonwealth Stadium (current Edmonton Eskimos stadium)
Skydome (current Toronto Argonauts stadium)
TD Waterhouse Stadium (located in London, Ontario, and witnessed a Argonauts/Ticats exhibition game)

NBA:
General Motors Place (former Grizzlies arena)

 
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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 7:13 am

STT757, you got it, bro.  Big thumbs up
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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 7:25 am

NFL:
Gillette Stadium (New England Patriots)
Foxboro Stadium (New England Patriots-old)

NCAA Football:
Alumni Stadium (Boston College)

MLB:
Fenway Park (Boston Red Sox)

AAA:
McCoy Stadium (Pawtucket Red Sox)

NBA:
FleetCenter (Boston Celtics)
Boston Garden (Boston Celtics-old)

NHL:
FleetCenter (Boston Bruins)
Boston Garden (Boston Bruins-old)

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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 7:29 am

I like stadiums as well. Check out http://www.ballparks.com/



Arena Football:
Veteran's Memorial Auditorium - Des Moines, Iowa
Omaha Civic Auditorium - Omaha, Nebraska (exhibition)
Carver Hawkeye Arena - Iowa City, Iowa (exhibition)

College (club) Hockey:
Hilton Coliseum - Ames, Iowa

International Hockey League:
Kemper Arena - Kansas City, Missouri

College Football:
Nile C. Kinnick Stadium - Iowa City, Iowa
Ryan Field - Evanston, Illinois
Pro Player Stadium - Miami, Florida
H.H.H. Metrodome - Minneapolis, Minnesota

Major League Baseball:
Royals Stadium/Kauffman Stadium - Kansas City, Missouri
H.H.H. Metrodome - Minneapolis, Minnesota
Comiskey Park (new) - Chicago, Illinois
The Ballpark in Arlington - Arlington, Texas
Wrigley Field - Chicago, Illinois
Skydome - Toronto, Ontario
Fenway Park - Boston, Massachusetts

National Football League:
Soldier Field(old) - Chicago, Illinois
Memorial Stadium - Champaign, Illinois

National Basketball Association:
University Arena (the Pit) - Albuquerque, New Mexico (exhibition)

AAA Baseball:
Sec Taylor Stadium - Des Moines, Iowa
Albuquerque Sports Stadium - Albuquerque, New Mexico

Misc:
Manchester Evening News Arena - Manchester, England (Eric Clapton)
Texas Stadium - Irving, Texas (tour only, no game)
 
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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 7:33 am

MLB:

Turner Field :Atlanta Braves
Denver Stadium: Rockies

AAA:
Space Coast Stadium: Expos Spring Training/Regular Season: Manatees
Skysox Stadium: Colorado Spings

A:
City Stadium: Lynchburg Hillcats (Hometown here Big grin )

NFL:
Nashville Titans' Stadium

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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 7:38 am

St Mary's Stadium - Southampton (Wonderful!)
Fratton Park - Portsmouth - a bit run down
The Dell - Southampton - well it's gone now but was certainly unique!
Dean Court - Bournemouth - the new stadium is quite nice, once it is finished!
Highbury - Arsenal (very disappointing)
Parkhead - Celtic (Awesome experience)
Parc Des Princes - Paris (lousy, ugly from the outside but big inside)
Stade De France - Paris - I was there for the opening ceremony at the game against Spain - another fantastic stadium, probably my favourite as it is sooooo beautiful
Wembley - London - no atmosphere
Highfield Road - Coventry - so-so
National Stadium - Bangkok - big and hot
Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) - another amazing place, huuuuge
Nou Camp - Barcelona - it is so high!
San Siro - Milan - surprisingly small from the outside
Westfalenstadion - Dortmund (I love this ground, great atmosphere, very English in style)
Stade Velodrome - Marseille - super, crazy fans!
Old Trafford (football), Manchester - not as big as you might think
Twickenham, London (rugby) - full of tossers
Glenelg Stadium - Adelaide - basic to say the least but great beer

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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 7:41 am


Football:
Old Trafford (Man Utd)
Maine Road (Man City + England schoolboys)
Edgeley Park (Stockport County)
Bloomfield Road (Blackpool)
Haig Avenue (Southport)

Cricket
Old Trafford (Lancs) (probably one of the spectators on the top balcony on Aviatsiya's pic)

Other
City of Manchester Stadium (Commonwealth Games Rugby 7s)

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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 7:53 am

College Football:
Clemson University, Memorial Stadium

University of South Carolina, Williams-Brice Stadium (capacity 80,250)


University of Tennessee, Neyland Stadium

College Basketball:
University of South Carolina, Frank McGuire Arena: (capacity 12,400)


University of South Carolina, Carolina Center: (capacity 18,000)



BiLo Center, Greenville SC

Pro Baseball:
Shea Stadium
(other small minor league parks)

Pro Basketball:
Charlotte Coliseum
Madison Square Garden



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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 7:53 am

Im a stadium buff as well...Ill split it up into categories of places where Ive seen games and places that Ive just visited...

Seen games at:

NHL:
Office Depot Center, Sunrise, Florida
First Union Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

NBA:
First Union Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA
First Union Center, Philadelphia, PA
Capital Centre, Landover, MD
Brendan Byrne Arena, East Rutherford, NJ
American Airlines Arena, Miami, FL
United Center, Chicago, Illinois

MLB:
Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia, PA
Wrigley Field, Chicago, Illinois
Fenway Park, Boston, Massachusetts
Memorial Stadium, Baltimore, Maryland
Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore, Maryland
Pro Player Stadium, Miami, Florida
Shea Stadium, Flushing, New York (my parents say they took me when I was little, I dont personally remember)

NFL:
Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia, PA
Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ
Alltel Stadium, Jacksonville, Florida
Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida
Pro Player Stadium, Miami, Florida

Stadiums that Ive visited just cause I like stadiums:
NCAA/NFL: Sun Devil Stadium, Tempe, AZ
MLB/NFL: Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego, CA (now Qualcomm Stadium)
NBA/NHL: Chicago Stadium, Chicago, IL
NFL: Soldier Field, Chicago, IL
MLB/CFL: Skydome, Toronto, Ontario
MLB: Turner Field, Atlanta, Georgia
NHL: Nashville Arena, Nashville, Tennessee

I think that about covers it...some stadiums have old names on them and have since been renamed...or no longer exist...

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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 7:55 am

Also forgot to mention that I've been to Arsenal's Highbury and Fulton's Loftus Road "football" stadiums.
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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 8:13 am

Luis Casanova - Valencia CF
Nou Estadi - Levante CF
Vicente Calderón - Atlético de Madrid
Santiago Bernabéu - Real Madrid
La Rosaleda - Málaga CF

Ericsson Stadium (Charlotte NC)
Wembley (London)
 
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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 8:16 am

As much as I like 'The Park' in Copenhagen, I have to admit that the new Stadium in Bröndby is very impressive. The first game I went to after it was built ended in a 7-0 win over Farum FC  Big thumbs up
 
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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 8:31 am

Hampden Park (scottish National Stadium)
Murrayfield (Scottish National Rugby Stadium)
Ibrox (Rangers)
Parkhead (Celtic)
Pittodrie (Aberdeen)
Tannadice (Dundee United)
Dens Park (Dundee)
East End Park (Dunfermline)
Tynecastle (Hearts)
Easter Road (Hibernian)
Kilbowie Park (Clydebank)
Broomfield (Airdrieonians)
Love Street (St. Mirren)
McDermid PArk (St. JOhnstone)
Crappi ...er...Cappielow (Morton)
Boghead (Dumbarton)
lots of other crappy Scottish Second Division grounds

Olympic Stadium (FC Bayern)
Stade Louis II (Monaco)

best beer? Olympic Stadium
best pies? Pittodrie
best craic Hampden without a doubt

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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 8:39 am

i haven't been to many

MLB:
Bank One Ballpark (Arizona Diamondbacks)

AAA:
Tucson Electric Park (Arizona Diamondbacks)

NBA:
America West Arena (Phoenix Suns)
 
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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 8:57 am

Baseball:
Safeco Field -- Seattle Mariners (MLB)
Veteran's Stadium -- Philadelphia Phillies (MLB)
Three Rivers Stadium -- Pittsburgh Pirates (MLB) *Former Stadium*
Knights Castle -- Charlotte Knights (AAA)
Philadelphia Phillies Traning Camp Stadium in Clearwater, FL - Forgot The Name

Football:
Ericcson Stadium -- Carolina Panthers (NFL)
Charlotte Coliseum -- Charlotte Rage (Former Arena League Team)

Basketball:
KeyArena -- Seattle SuperSonics (NBA)
Charlotte Coliseum -- Charlotte Hornets (NBA) *Moved to New Orleans*
Independence Arena -- Charlotte Hornets (NBA) *Former Stadium*

Hockey:
Mercer Arena -- Seattle Thunderbirds (Western Hockey League)
Indepenence Arena -- Charlotte Checkers (East Coast Hockey League)

NASCAR: -- Not stadiums, but oh well
Talladega Superspeedway -- Talladega, AL
Darlington Raceway -- Darlington, SC
North Carolina Motor Speedway -- Rockingham, NC
Lowe's Motor Speedway -- Concord, NC
Richmond International Raceway -- Richmond, VA
Myrtle Beach Speedway -- Myrtle Beach, SC

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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 9:28 am

Metrodome (Gohpers, Vikings, Twins) I played in the Metrodome with my high school football team last November in state, we're going back again babY!!!

I also have been to Shea Stadium ( mets ) Yankees Stadium (Yankees) Fenway ( red sox) Old Tampa Bay Stadium.

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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 9:43 am



Oops! Forgot:

Canadian Football League:
Indepenence Stadium - Shreveport, Louisiana
 
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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 9:44 am

Twickenham, London (rugby) - full of tossers HAHAAHHA  Laugh out loud

ok..

not many but there we are:

Old Trafford, Manchester - Very nice, I got to watch a match too..

Maine Road, Manchester - VERY good atmosphere, especially when City are winning  Laugh out loud.

Edgeley park, Stockport - Great atmosphere again, last time I watched em we beat Fulham 2-1 when they were top of the league, awesome  Laugh out loud.

Memorial Ground, Bristol - Bad atmosphere, tiny ground, annoying people. This is basically a shit hole. Dirty, smells.

Ashton Gate, Bristol - Pretty good atmosphere, good fans usually (if you sit in the old fogies section like I do), Nice stadium.

you know what.. I know i've visited more but I couldn't tell you who or where..
 
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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 11:39 am

MLB-
Skydome (Toronto)
Three Rivers Stadium (PIT, when it was around)

AAA-
Cooper Stadium (Columbus Clippers)

NFL-
The new stadium for the Cleveland Browns (isn't it just something to the extent of "Browns Stadium"?)

NASCAR (not really stadiums, US321 listed them too)-
Daytona Int'l Speedway
Lowe's Motor Speedway (CLT)
Homestead-Miami Speedway
DisneyWorld Speedway
Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Atlanta Motor Speedway (as seen in-flight)
Dover Downs Int'l Speedway (as seen in-flight)

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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 11:53 am

I forgot to add these stadiums to my list:

Barcelona Olympic Stadium
Athens Olympic Stadium

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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 12:00 pm

Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, Michigan (Home of the University of Michigan Wolverines).


Pontiac Silverdome (former home of the Detroit Lions)


Ford Field (New home of the Detroit Lions)


Palace of Auburn Hills (Home of the Detroit Pistons)


Joe Louis Arena (Home of the Detroit Red Wings)


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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 1:13 pm

Hockey
- Corel Centre (Ottawa Senators)
- Civic Centre (Senators & 67's)
- Bell Centre (Montreal)
- Air Canada Centre

MLB
-Skydome
-Olympic Stadium

AAA baseball
-Jetform Park (Ottawa Lynx)

CFL
-Landsdowne Park (Ottawa)

Soccer
- Olympic Stadium Berlin-Met the team
- Olympic Stadium Munich
- the stadium in Cologne- saw them play Hansa Rostock last year

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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 3:38 pm

MCG (Melbourne)
Telstra Dome/Colonial Stadium/Docklands Stadium (Melbourne)
Waverley Park (Melbourne)
Victoria Park (Melbourne)
Rod Laver Arena and Melbourne Park (Melbourne)
Vodafone Arena (Melbourne)
Olympic Park (Melbourne)
SCG (Sydney)
Gabba (Brisbane)
Eden Gardens/Ranji Stadium (Calcutta)
Salt Lake Stadium/Yuba Bharati Krirangan (Calcutta)
Feroze Shah Kotla (New Delhi)
Stadium of Singapore (Singapore)
 
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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Wed Mar 19, 2003 11:31 pm

USA:
Giants Stadium - New York
Pontiac Silverdome - Detroit

UK:
Highbury Stadium - Arsenal, London.  Big thumbs up
Old Trafford - Man Utd, Manchester.
Wembley Stadium - London.

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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Thu Mar 20, 2003 12:58 am

Soccer:

-Estadio Azteca
-Olyimpic Staduim (Mexico City)


Basketball:

-Madison Square Garden


Hockey:

-Schluefweg near ZRH
 
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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Thu Mar 20, 2003 3:59 am

I've been to Anfield (Liverpool FC)
Knowsley Road (St Helens RLFC)
Wembley (London)
Croke Park (Dublin)
 
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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Thu Mar 20, 2003 4:28 am

Mackay Stadium- University of Nevada-Reno
Wolfson Park- Jacksonville Suns (LA Dodgers AA team)
Vetarans Coliseum-Jacksonville Tomcats (AFL2) and Jacksonville Barracudas (ACHL)
Alltel Stadium-Jacksonville Jaguars
Lawlor Events Center-University of Nevada-Reno
Reno Livestock Events Center-Reno
 
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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Thu Mar 20, 2003 12:44 pm

MLB:
Milwaukee County Stadium - Milwaukee,WI (was so sad to see this legendary ballpark go)
Miller Park - Milwaukee,WI
Metrodome - Minneapolis,MN
Bank One Ballpark - Phoenix,AZ

NFL
Lambeau Field - Green Bay,WI
Sun Devil Stadium - Tempe,AZ
Metrodome - Minneapolis,MN

NHL
Met Center - Minneapolis,MN (now Mall of America parking lot)

NBA
Bradley Center - Milwaukee,WI
America West Arena - Phoenix,AZ
Target Center - Minneapolis,MN
 
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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Thu Mar 20, 2003 1:10 pm

NFL:

1) Louisiana Superdome (New Orleans Saints)

MLB:

1) Fenway Park (Boston Red Sox)
2) Wrigley Field (Chicago Cubs)
3) Astrodome (Houston Astros...before the new stadium was built)

NBA:

1) New Orleans Arena (New Orleans Hornets)
2) Fleet Center (Boston Celtics)

ECHL minor league hockey:

1) New Orleans Arena (New Orleans Brass)
2) Dunkin Donuts Center (Providence Bruins)

AAA minor league baseball:

1) Zephyr Field (New Orleans Zephyrs)
2) McCoy Stadium (Pawtucket Red Sox)


The Superdome is just an amazing building...the size of it just blows your mind!


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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Thu Mar 20, 2003 1:30 pm

NFL -

Giants Stadium - NY Giants/NY Jets
Sun Devil Stadium - Arizona Cardinals


NBA -

Veterans' Memorial Coliseum (The "Madhouse on McDowell") - Phoenix Suns
America West Arena - Phoenix Suns (current)


NHL -

America West Arena - Phoenix Coyotes


IHL (defunct) -

Veterans' Memorial Coliseum - Phoenix Roadrunners (defunct)


NCAA -

Wells Fargo Arena - Arizona State University (basketball)
Sun Devil Stadium - Arizona State University (football)
McKale Center - University of Arizona (basketball)
Neyland Stadium - University of Tennessee (football)


MLB -

Shea Stadium - New York Mets
Yankee Stadium - New York Yankees
Bank One Ballpark - Arizona Diamondbacks



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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Thu Mar 20, 2003 2:09 pm

Some NCAA stadiums I've visited......sorry, I forgot the names of some of them.....

Baseball:

Louisiana Superdome (LSU vs. Tulane...new collegiate baseball attendance record set...over 27,000 in attendance...April 10, 2002)
Alex Box Stadium (LSU, Baton Rouge, LA)
Privateer Park (University of New Orleans)

Basketball:

Pete Maravich Assembly Center (LSU, Baton Rouge,LA)
Fogelman Arena (Tulane University, New Orleans, LA)
Louisiana Tech University arena (Ruston,LA)
UNO Lakefront Arena (University of New Orleans)

Football:

Louisiana Superdome (Tulane University, New Orleans,LA)
Tiger Stadium (LSU, Baton Rouge, LA)
Neyland Stadium (University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN)
University of Arkansas stadium (Fayatteville,AR)
Mississippi State University stadium (Starkville, MS)
University of Mississippi stadium (Oxford, MS)
Louisiana Tech University stadium (Ruston,LA)



 
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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Fri Mar 21, 2003 2:12 am

Ibrox, Rangers FC
Hampden Park, Scotland
Murrayfield, Scotland Rugby
and the almighty....
Palmerston Park
Raydale Park

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RE: Stadiums You've Visited?

Fri Mar 21, 2003 3:34 am

MLB:
Dodger Stadium: Los Angeles Dodgers
Anaheim Stadium: California (nee Anaheim) Angels
Jack Murphy (nee Qualcomm) Stadium: San Diego Padres
Arlington Stadium (old, now torn down): Texas Rangers
The Ballpark at Arlington (new): Texas Rangers
Coors Field: Colorado Rockies

NHL:
Great Western Forum (old): Los Angeles Kings
Staples Center (new): Los Angeles Kings
McNichols Arena (old): Colorado Avalanche
Pepsi Center (new): Colorado Avalanche
Reunion Arena (old): Dallas Stars
America Airlines Center (new): Dallas Stars

NFL:
Louisiana Superdome: New Orleans Saints
Anaheim Stadium: old Los Angeles Rams

NBA:
New Orleans Arena: New Orleans Hornets
Great Western Forum (old): Los Angeles Lakers

Minor leagues:
Privateer Park-UNO (old): New Orleans Zephyrs (PCL baseball)
Zephyr Field (new): New Orleans Zephyrs (PCL basebell)
The Epicenter: Rancho Cucamonga Quakes (California league baseball)
Municipal Auditorium: New Orleans Brass (ECHL hockey)
New Orleans Arena: New Orleans Brass (ECHL hockey)

College:
Pauley Paviliion: UCLA basketball
Tiger Stadium: LSU football

Other:
Los Angeles Sports Arena: Bruce Springsteen
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum: Bruce Springsteen

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