While the old Texas stadium was iconic, where the Dallas Cowboys call home now has solidified the Texas status of being the country’s trend-setter. Every inch of the stadium was crafted to carry top of the line fixtures, furnishings, and comfort. The players love it because it has some of the best locker rooms and playing in the league, the fans love it because it has the biggest jumbotron of its kind, displaying a clear picture of the game from anywhere in the stadium.
MSG is an arena known by sports fans and music fans around the world. It has hosted countless superstars, as well as generations of New York Knicks and New York Rangers teams over its lifespan. It has an undeniable presence of reverence and history upon entering the arena. If you’re ever in New York, it’s a place you must visit, even if you don’t grab any tickets while you’re there.
People love Wrigley Field because it is unapologetically Chicago; cold and windy on the outside, but warm and inviting once you’re inside. You really should plan to visit during the now official World Series baseball champion Chicago Cubs’ season, the atmosphere is electric and a ton of fun. If you can’t you could just take a tour around to see the century’s worth of memorabilia and history.
Home of the big, green monster (Fenway’s famous outfield wall), Boston Red Sox have plenty of banners to answer to you as to why it is one of the best baseball stadiums in the country. For one, it’s the oldest MLB park in existence, followed by Wrigley Field. The famous baseball classic movie “Field of Dreams” was also filled here, among countless other cameos.
Home of the Super Bowl champion Indianapolis Colts, this stadium is surrounded by a strong bond with the working class community that it represents. The stadium has a retractable roof, as well as a unique retractable window siding on one end of the stadium. Both of these openings offer a greater feeling of openness, while still having the ability to provide uninterrupted entertainment when in the event of climactic weather events.
PNC Park has a classic look and feel, while still providing all the modern perks and amenities you would expect in today’s stadium architecture. Home of the Pittsburgh Pirates, it has become a fan favorite ever since its completion. Most notable is its fantastic skyline view, representing that iconic city backdrop that is seen on Pittsburgh postcards.
Don’t let the name of this stadium fool you, KFC Yum! Center is all about its business and visitor enjoyment, first. You can bet on it having some of the best fried chicken you’ve ever tasted, though. It is pretty great to have a drumstick in one hand, Coke in the other, while you watch the pros knock home runs out of the ball park.
If there’s one stadium that you could call the equal to Maddison Square’s longevity and lore, it would have to be the Staples Center. This stadium is slammed with special events and sports calendars. You’ll probably never be disappointed if you visit Staples Center at any time during the year; you have the LA Lakers and Clippers, WNBA champion LA Sparks, and the LA Kings who all share this great arena.
After nearly a century of serving the most recognizable baseball team in the world, the original Yankee stadium was finally replaced with another one to take the team into the 21st century in 2009. What was old is new again at New Yankee Stadium, the building incorporates numerous elements, designs and memorabilia from the original one, so if you never got the chance to see it before being replaced, you can still imagine what it’s like to sit inside history.
This stadium is home to the NFL champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers. There is no denying that this stadium has personality. It takes NFL team spirit to a whole new level. Giant flags and player portraits greet you at the entrance, where you can find your way onto a giant pirate ship. That’s right, this stadium has its own ship, equipped with a bar and a functional canon that fires when the team scores a Touchdown. Now that’s what you call fan service.