How Many Sports Stadiums Have You Been To?


I've been to the following in my life time so far:

Oriole Park at Camden Yards (Orioles, of course)
Citizens Bank Park (Phillies)
Nationals Park (Nationals, of course)
PNC Park (Pirates)

Minor League Baseball
Ripken Stadium (Ironbirds)

M&T Bank Stadium (Ravens)
Lincoln Financial Field (Eagles)
Memorial Stadium (Ravens first ever home game)

NCAA Football
SECU Stadium (Maryland)
NavyĖMarine Corps Memorial Stadium (Navy)

I wished I didn't go so late into the seeing other Stadiums thing.
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MLB Baseball:
Chicago (Cubs)
San Francisco

NFL Football:
Green Bay

Besides all 3 Atlanta Braves stadiums, Boston and Green Bay were my favorite experiences by far. There's the history, of course, and the fan enthusiasm, which was so intense that they felt like playoff games even though they were in the regular season. Seattle, Colorado and San Francisco were the most beautiful experiences in terms of the scenery and how well the venues are designed.

The only experience I was meh about was Philadelphia. I found the venue to be pretty ordinary.

NFL: 6 (Cincinnati, Detroit, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Minnesota, Green Bay)
MLB: 3 (Chicago WS and Cubs, Detroit...gonna try and visit STL and KC this year)
NHL: 3 (Chicago, Minnesota, STL)
NBA: 2 (Chicago, Indianapolis)

Not many for a sports fan

Fenway Park-Red Sox
Boston Garden-Celtics and Bruins
Gillette Stadium-Patriots

Wrigley Field-Cubs
Comiskey Park-White Sox
Chicago Stadium-Wrestling back in the 70's

Hm, let's see. Growing up in Dallas, I went to

Texas Stadium: Dallas Cowboys and Dallas Tornado (NASL) (I also saw U2 and Pink Floyd-post Waters here)
Arlington Stadium (original): Texas Rangers
The Ballpark in Arlington: Texas Rangers
Reunion Arena: Dallas Mavericks and Dallas Sidekicks (indoor soccer!)
Cotton Bowl: Two Cotton Bowl games (Boston College-Houston and Miami-UT) and two World Cup games in '94 (Nigeria-Bulgaria and Sweden-Saudi Arabia) (I also saw the Rolling Stones here when they were ... less old)
Texas Memorial Stadium: Lots of UT football games
Frank Erwin Center: Lots of UT basketball games

After moving to NY, I've been to
Yankee Stadium (old): NY Yankees
Yankee Stadium (new): NY Yankees (World Series game) and NYCFC
Shea Stadium: NY Mets
Citi Field: NY Mets
MSG: NY Knicks and NY Rangers (including a Stanley Cup game)
Giants Stadium: NY Red Bulls/USMNT friendlies
Met Life Stadium: Super Bowl 48 and 2 or 3 Copa America 2015 matches
Rentschler Field: USMNT World Cup qualifier
Red Bull Arena: Countless Red Bulls matches, plus a few USMNT and USWNT friendlies

I've also made it up to Boston to go to Fenway for a Red Sox-Yankees game, and further afield (so to speak), I've been to two Tottenham matches at the old White Hart Lane in London and last month I was at El Campo de Fķtbol de Vallecas (what a name) in Madrid for a Rayo Vallecano-Real Madrid match.

As much as I like watching sports, watching them in person isn't a good time for me. I'd rather watch them on tv.

Camden Yards - Orioles
Coors Field - Rockies
County Stadium - Brewers
American Family Field - Brewers
Wrigley Field - Cubs
The Metrodome - Twins

Rich Stadium - Bills
The Superdome - Saints
Lambeau Field - Packers
County Stadium - Packers

Fiserv Forum - Bucks
Bradley Center - Bucks
The Mecca - Bucks

Camp Randall - Badgers

I'd guess 70 to 100 maybe?

MCG Melbourne Australia, SGC Sydney, Stade de France, Oracle Park SF, Principality Stadium Wales, Twickenham, Wembley, Murrayfield, Jade Stadium New Zealand, Independence Stadium Gambia Africa, Landsdowne Road Ireland, Edgbaston, Lords, countless domestic rugby , cricket and football stadiums in the Uk and abroad.

Yay, my hometown for cricket.

Iíve been to Shea Stadium (now Citi Field, yuck) & the Meadowlands in New Jersey for a rock concert. Is that a stadium?
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