10 Stadiums to explore in United States
Third largest and third most populous country in the world. Size-wise, it is almost as large as the continent of Europe.
Angel Stadium of Anaheim is one of the most iconic ballparks in Major League Baseball. Although it’s the fourth-oldest MLB ballpark and and was also the home stadium to the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League from 1980 to 1994. It is the fourth-oldest active Major League Baseball stadium, behind Fenway Park, Wrigley Field, and Dodger Stadium; it is also the second-oldest stadium in the American League. It hosted the 1967, 1989, and 2010 Major League Baseball All-Star Games.
A retractable roof stadium in Arlington, formerly known as the Cowboys Stadium, which serves as the home of the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League. The stadium has around 80000 seats and it makes it the fourth largest stadium in the NFL by seating capacity.
Centennial Olympic Park is a 22-acre public park located in downtown Atlanta, Georgia owned and operated by the Georgia World Congress Center Authority. It was built by the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games as part of the infrastructure improvements for the 1996 Summer Olympics.
A modern stadium with an old-fashioned feel, this is one of the National League's first new parks built exclusively for baseball since 1962. It is the home field of Major League Baseball's Colorado Rockies. Opened in 1995, the park is located in Denver's Lower Downtown neighborhood, two blocks from Union Station. The stadium has a capacity of 50,144 people for baseball.
A majestic baseball stadium in the Elysian Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. The stadium hosted the Major League Baseball All-Star Game in 1980—and will host in 2022—as well as games of 10 World Series. It is the oldest ballpark in MLB west of the Mississippi River, and third-oldest overall, after Fenway Park in Boston. It is sometimes referred to as “Blue Heaven on Earth,” a nickname coined by Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda.
This is an indoor arena located in Oakland California. The arena was the home of the Golden State Warriors from 1971 to 2019. It is often referred to as the Oakland Coliseum Arena as it is located adjacent to Oakland Coliseum. Oakland Arena seats 19,596 fans for basketball.
Oracle Park is the home of the San Francisco Giants baseball team. The ballpark is located in the South of Market area at the corner of 3rd and King streets. Oracle Park also hosts other popular events, providing wonderful views and first-rate amenities to make any baseball game or event a memorable one. The stadium stands along the San Francisco Bay; the section of the bay beyond Oracle Park's right field wall is unofficially known as McCovey Cove.
The Rose Bowl is an American outdoor athletic stadium, located in Pasadena, California, a northeast suburb of Los Angeles. At a modern capacity of an all-seated configuration at 92,542, the Rose Bowl is the 16th-largest stadium in the world, the 11th-largest stadium in the United States, and the 10th-largest NCAA stadium. The stadium is 10 miles northeast of downtown Los Angeles.