The Cheltenham Races attracts about 80,000 people a day over Gold Cup week, about half of them travel over from Ireland. It’s a wonderful drunken thing.
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Too bad not a lot of talent happens in that pretty building.
Ha, I’m from Champaign and our local paper had a great quote regarding our performance Saturday. >Illinois looked outmatched nearly the entire first half. The second half seemed merely a way for Washington fans to pass the time on a picturesque day in the
Thanks for pointing that out. [It’s absolutely preposterous](http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/00/Arena2.jpg).
This game was during the 2013 whiteout vs. Michigan (also happened to be homecoming weekend, which is why the S zone is pink and black instead of its normal blue and white) where we won in 4 OTs! You might remember [Allen Robinson’s catch](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DW0eCjm9KqU),
Saw a Gaelic football match there this summer. Really cool atmosphere. They hosted the [Penn State UCF game] (http://news.psu.edu/sites/default/files/styles/threshold-992/public/croke.jpeg) this season.
It’s multipurpose. Basketball isn’t really a popular enough sport in Australia to have dedicated stadiums. This also serves as a cycling arena and the second biggest tennis arena at the Australian Open. Atmosphere was damn good at this game though. Melbourne lost on the
It’s weird you say that. Having grown up around it, it seems like the most normal sport in the world.
[Another look in the hockey configuration](http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/a8/Kohl_Center_hockey.jpg) [An aerial view from outside](http://photos.news.wisc.edu/photos/6693/original/aerial_Kohl_Center06_1288.jpg?1286761801) [In it’s basketball configuration](http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/8f/Kohl_Center_inside.jpg) [Main entrance](http://www.orwicksioux.com/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderpictures/kohl_center_1.jpg)
Harder to get? Yes. They’re first come, first serve for seating so you need to arrive early for better seats (but really, there’s no bad seat); You can get seats, but you have to be a member of the Cauldron to do so more
Found out about the Kibbie Dome a few years ago via the NCAA Football games. I would love to see a game there some day.
I went to Singapore last summer, but the pitch wasn’t there. Would have loved to see it in real life.
Kinda sad that it sits all derelict and left to the elements because it has a lot of historical significance. Here’s a short video about it in true mid 1960’s style that I came across on youtube a few weeks ago. I’m glad I
Just gotta brave the elements! That and it’s probably cheaper. I don’t know really. There are soooo many stadiums out there in the U.S.
i highly recommend trying to get a ticket to a game instead. Would probably end up costing about the same. 😉 Still an amazing stadium (yes i did the tour, wish i’d gone to a game instead)
Love this place, went to a game there last spring. One of the nicest stadiums in the MLB in my opinion, behind Miller Park (homer Brewer fan)
Agreed. But here’s a page about it from [worldstadiums.com](http://www.worldstadiums.com/stadium_menu/architecture/stadium_design/braga_municipal.shtml) EDIT: Did a little [googling around](https://www.google.com/search?safe=off&q=Est%C3%A1dio+Municipal+de+Braga&bav=on.2,or.r_cp.r_qf.&bvm=bv.47810305,d.Yms&biw=1600&bih=757&um=1&ie=UTF-8&hl=da&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi&ei=rZy3UfnEOYfetAbg24HgCA#q=Est%C3%A1dio+Municipal+de+Braga&um=1&safe=off&hl=da&tbm=isch&source=lnt&tbs=isz:l&sa=X&ei=r5y3UfuvD8KttAbjnIHQCg&ved=0CBYQpwUoAQ&bav=on.2,or.r_cp.r_qf.&bvm=bv.47810305,d.Yms&fp=f04328ddcf59608f&biw=1600&bih=757)
America way, sell as many tickets as you can. As long as people buy they will do this. We do this for hockey and some college football bowl games. We also have basketball games in large football arenas. The sight lines are shit. We
Yeah pretty much. Especially the ones up high at the back. As the last stadium to have both a baseball and football team, it’s some pretty clear the place is inadequate for both.
I’ve heard this is one of the best venues in the NFL. Great fans. Good atmosphere. (You can only see a little bit of Steelers color in the stands, which is a fanbase that has a strong tendency to invade other [stadiums](http://sports.cbsimg.net/images/blogs/USATSI_chargersstadium.jpg)) Fantastic panorama
We will get ya next year. Everyone thinks MSU is screwed without DMcGhee, Daly and company. But I really think MSU will be fine. Lots of youth for the future and finally an offensive coordinator that has been here for more than a year
As a non-American, I always find it weird how flagwavingly patriotic it is over there… I mean, I like my country, but I don’t go round shoving it in people’s faces
it’s not a very pretty looking stadium , and I’ll admit maybe I misunderstood the rules of the sub
Oh yeah I know. I’ve been to many a Panthers game. I think this photo is from the MNF game against the Patriots two years ago. I couldn’t find many great pictures from the past season unfortunately. The huge jumbotrons and wraparound ribbon boards