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Special Names for Stadiums in the World


Special Names for Stadiums in the World



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Princeton Arena

The Powers Field of Princeton Stadium is at the locality of New Jersey of United States. This place is basically used for American football and has been home to the Princeton Tigers since 1998. The stadium has a capacity of 27,773 seats. Since 2007, the place in Princeton Stadium has been called Powers Field. Princeton Stadium is considered the long awaited successor to Palmer Stadium the former home of the Tigers, the eighty three years old dinosaur. Located in the same place as its predecessor Due to demolition and construction, the Tigers played all of their games on the street in 1997.



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Rose Bowl Arena

The Rose Bowl stadium was officially recognized as a National Historic Landmark and California Historic Civil Engineering. With a modern configuration capacity of 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 stadium in the NCAA. The stadium which is named as Rose Bowl is at the locality which is 10 miles away northeast of downtown Los Angeles. One of the most iconic locations in sports history the Rose Bowl is best known for being the home of college football, particularly for hosting the annual Rose Bowl game for which it is named. It has been the home stadium of the UCLA Bruins football team since 1982.



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TDECU Stadium

TDECU Stadium was built on the former site of Robertson Stadium, which was the intermittent home of the school's football program since 1946. Its official name comes from the Texas Dow Employees Credit Union (TDECU), Houston's largest credit union, which acquired the naming rights in the largest football stadium naming deal of all time. As early as 2010, plans for a new or renovated football facility were drawn up by the university's athletic department and its contractors.



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Waldo Stadium

The location of Waldo Stadium has been home for Western football since 1914. A field, without a stadium or modern seating, existed through 1938, until the construction and completion of the stadium in 1939. It basically includes a track of eight lane which has moved to Kanley Track across Stadium Drive. Financing came through private donations, and those who donated were awarded tickets to the inaugural game against Western Kentucky University.



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City Stadium (Richmond)

City Stadium is an athletic stadium in Richmond, Virginia. Owned by the City of Richmond, it is located south of the Carytown neighborhood near the Downtown Freeway. The stadium was built in 1929 and has a capacity of around 22,000 when the two stands are used. It has been used by the Richmond Kickers of USL League One since 1995 and has a capacity of 6000. The last football game at University of Richmond Stadium was on December 5, 2009 against Appalachian State University in the Quarterfinals of the Football Championship subdivision endgames.



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Lynn Family Stadium

Lynn Family Stadium is a football stadium in the Butchertown neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky, United States. Women's Soccer League (NWSL) team Racing Louisville FC. The Lynn Stadium had a capacity of more than eleven thousand seats for the project that allows for an expansion to 15,304 spectators. After breaking through in 2018, the naming rights were acquired by local business leader Mark Lynn shortly thereafter.



Stadium Bowl

Stadium Bowl is originally Tacoma Stadium which is a 15,000-seat stadium in the Stadium District of Tacoma, Washington, United States. This Arena is similar to Stadium High School and overlooks Commencement Bay and Puget Sound from the open north end. The stadium was designed by Frederick Heath and opened in 1910 primarily for use by what was then renamed Stadium High School and later Silas High School. The stadium originally had a capacity of 23,000 but was later reduced during renovation and restoration projects.



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Buck Shaw Stadium

Stevens Stadium is a 7,000-seat soccer stadium on the West Coast of the locality of United States which is on the campus or University of Santa Clara that is in Santa Clara of California. The arena of Buck Shaw is the current home of the Santa Clara Broncos for the football team and it was the former home destination of the now football and baseball teams. In the year of 2005 the team of baseball was moved to a new home destination at Stephen Schott Stadium and it was generally called as Buck Shaw Stadium until it was renovated in the era of 2015.



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WakeMed Soccer Park

WakeMed Soccer Park is a large soccer complex in Cary, North Carolina, United States and the WakeMed Soccer Arena contains purpose built main stadium which is called as Sahlen's Stadium at WakeMed Soccer Park two floodlit practice pitches and four additional pitches. The Sahlen stadium and two floodlight fields 2 and 3 are designed according to international FIFA rules meters. Sahlen Stadium has a capacity of 10,000 and 2nd place also has 1,000 permanent stands. The complex also features a nationally recognized full-size cross-country ski trail and is home to the offices of Triangle Professional Soccer.



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NSC Stadium

The NSC Stadium has a large grandstand along the west sideline of the field and smaller grandstands on the opposite sideline and on either end. The United States women's national soccer team has played four home matches at the NSC, including international matches against Canada, Australia, Norway and Sweden. Mia Hamm scored her 150th international goal at the NSC in a 3 to 0 victory over Australia in 2004. The NSC has also hosted men's U.S.