I didn’t know Pittsburgh had a professional team. I’m a Red Bulls fan and I’m looking for soccer out here since I’m in Erie. This looks like a cool little place
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This is a truly amazing venue as well… I used to live in Newburgh, NY (just a few miles north) and would go see Army games all the time… Brings back great memories
Regardless of how good the team is Nationwide is still on of nicest looking modern arenas in the NHL
Hey there, original photo taker. This is because thats the side the cameras were on, trying to make the crowd look more full. Though the final turnout was 22,546 which is great. The capacity is also 36,000.
Pretty close – they average between 18,000 and 20,000, and Stade Molson can seat around 25K. I don’t think we’d ever see them play here, though, since they now have their new venue. Kind of a bummer, but when you consider that Molson is
Exactly the sort of submissions I love to see here. An interesting stadium in a lesser-known location, with a quirk. Cheers for your post!
That is awesome. As an american, the main city being talked about for the NFL is London. Mexico City occasionally gets mentioned as well, however that is more uncommon… Although I do have a memory walking through Innsbruck, seeing a storefront with American sports
That makes it even better. I was thinking they handed out free t-shirts. But then I thought, “How many sizes?” “How many of each size?”” Wouldn’t that take forever to hand out, try on, exchange?” “What about all the people asking ‘Are they men’s
Indeed. The whole stadium is built into a big hill. That whole concept is super cool, and the horseshoe shape is a very powerful architectural form. However after visiting, it is clear some of the fine details of the place were done really awkwardly,
I’ve been to my fair share of hockey games… it’s hard enough to follow the puck from 20yards away, i wouldn’t pay money to be moved further away than that. I get what you’re saying about atmosphere. I just would rather go to a
I’m not sure what you’re trying to accomplish with your post. It’s a pretty sweet picture. Stop hating and enjoy it.
I’ll be there again tomorrow night, Rapid Wien v Ajax! I also once snuck in on a Sunday afternoon and had a sunbathe on the pitch! 🙂 Nobody in sight for hours!
Some of the best radio calls come from Jordan Hare. “Touchdown Auburn! Touchdown Auburn! A miracle at Jordan Hare! A miracle at Jordan Hare!”
I actually haven’t lived in St. Pete in about 5 years, I’ve only been to one game a few years ago, when they had generally low attendance. They now average about 5,650 fans per game, and with the stadium currently at around 7,000 total
I’ve been a Packers fan since 2000, and being in Australia, I’ve never had a chance to go to a home game. Damn, this is a great stadium…
Probably a lot more simple. They probably just put a tarp over it. A heating system isn’t used to remove the snow if it is already there, just to heat up the field.
I remember those renderings. Too bad it didn’t occur. However, I have not heard a single good thing about that Frozen Four. Heard the ice was terrible and there wasn’t really a great seat anywhere.
What is that colosseum looking thing in the top right? an addition or some existing bit of mancunian architecture?
Just discovered this subreddit and was going to post Kyle Field. I have been to nearly 40 D-I stadiums and Kyle Field on gameday is by far the best I have ever been to. It was 9 years ago and ever since then I
The canopy up top contains all the sound, it makes it almost as loud as Kyle field in there, with half the people.
[Playing site of Bearcats football since 1901. The 4th oldest playing site in college football. Landlocked in the center of Cincinnati’s campus, it seats just over 35,000 fans. Voted by USA Today as the best stadium in the Big East in 2012.](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nippert_Stadium)
Definitely not an illusion, the Mestalla stands are famous for being quite steep. Makes for some incredible sight-lines though.
Looks even better for the GA FL game. They add 10,000 additional seats, and it is cool to see the stadium split down the middle with red on one side and blue/orange on the other.
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL) and the Manitoba Bisons (University). It will also host some games for the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup and a Heritage Classic (NHL) in a few years. It does look big but when you’re there it feels compact, in