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Sports Venues

Stadiums, fields, arenas and other places where sporting events are held.

AT&T-Stadium

AT&T Stadium

Arlington, Tarrant County, Texas, 76011
AT&T Stadium, formerly known as Cowboys Stadium, is a city-owned 85,000-seat capacity stadium with a retractable roof. It serves as the home of the Dallas Cowboys of the NFL.

Bon-Secours-Wellness-Arena

Bon Secours Wellness Arena

Greenville, South Carolina, 29601
The Bon Secours Wellness Arena (formerly the Bi-Lo Center) is an arena located in downtown Greenville, South Carolina that is used for concerts, football, and hockey. Due to the length of the official name, the arena is popularly known as "The Well".

Busch-Stadium

Busch Stadium

St. Louis, Missouri, 63102
Also called New Busch Stadium or Busch Stadium III, the baseball park opened on April 4, 2006. It offers a panoramic view of the downtown St. Louis skyline, as well as the city's distinctive Gateway Arch.

Churchill-Downs

Churchill Downs

Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, 40208
Famous for hosting the annual Kentucky Derby, Churchill Downs filled a void in Louisville left by the closing of Oakland and Woodlawn, two earlier race courses. The twin spires atop the grandstands are used as a symbol of the track and the Derby.

Citizens-Bank-Park

Citizens Bank Park

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19148
Home to the Philadelphia Phillies, Citizens Bank Park is a 43,647-seat baseball-only stadium that opened on April 3, 2004. The ballpark was built to replace Veterans Stadium.

Florida-Citrus-Bowl

Florida Citrus Bowl

Orlando, Orange County, Florida, 32805
The Florida Citrus Bowl currently seats around 70,000. Its main events are the Capital One Bowl and the Champs Sports Bowl. It also hosts the annual Florida Classic between Florida A&M University and Bethune-Cookman College.

Indianapolis-Motor-Speedway

Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Speedway, Marion County, Indiana, 46222
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is the home of the Indianapolis 500 and the Brickyard 400. Constructed in 1909, it is the original speedway, the first racing facility so named.

Louisville-Slugger-Museum-&-Factory

Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory

Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, 40202
The Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory showcases the history of the Louisville Slugger brand of baseball bats made by Hillerich & Bradsby, and of baseball in general. The building also serves as their corporate headquarters and a production facility.

Owen-J.-Bush-Stadium

Owen J. Bush Stadium

Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana
This endangered landmark was home to the Indianapolis Indians, a minor league ball for many decades. It was also home to a few Negro League teams, as well as a Continental Football League team, the Indianapolis Capitols.

TD-Banknorth-Sports-Center

TD Banknorth Sports Center

Hamden, Connecticut
Quinnipiac University's state-of-the-art sports center opened on January 27, 2007. It consists of two arenas, one for basketball and the other for ice hockey. The building was one of the first constructed for the York Hill Campus.

University-of-Phoenix-Stadium

University of Phoenix Stadium

Glendale, Maricopa County, Arizona, 85305
University of Phoenix Stadium is a multipurpose stadium, Its primary tenants are the Arizona Cardinals of the NFL and the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. It was the location for Superbowl XLII.

Wrigley-Field

Wrigley Field

Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, 60613
Built in 1914 as Weeghman Park for the Chicago Federal League baseball team, the Chicago Whales, the venue was called Cubs Park from 1920 through 1926, before officially becoming Wrigley Field for the 1927 season.

Top 10 Most Popular Sports Venues Landmarks

  1. AT&T Stadium
  2. Busch Stadium
  3. Indianapolis Motor Speedway
  4. Wrigley Field
  5. Owen J. Bush Stadium
  6. Churchill Downs
  7. Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory
  8. Florida Citrus Bowl
  9. Citizens Bank Park
  10. Bon Secours Wellness Arena

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