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  Clem's Baseball ~ Introductory page
It is my term for stadiums whose lower deck sections, which form an acute angle during baseball games, are moved around to face each other in parallel across the field during football games.
A: Each successive diagram version represents what the stadium was like for most of the period in question, but is labelled according to the year in which the most significant change for that phase occurred.
Stadiums that have been sponsored by fans (see top of page) get assigned a higher priority on my "to-do" list.
andrewclem.com /Baseball   (2194 words)

  
  Football Stadium from FOOTBALL: Capacity Of College Football Stadiums
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football-stadium.footballl.org /capacity-of-college-football-stadiums.html   (1642 words)

  
 Neyland Stadium best in nation
Neyland Stadium in Knoxville is the largest NCAA Division 1-A football stadium in the south (104,079).
On one side of the stadium is the Tennessee River, where fans arrive by boat and tailgate hours before kickoff and hours after the game.
Neyland Stadium is the nation's largest college football stadium in the south, with a seating capacity of 104,079.
smokeys-trail.com /best-stadium.html   (666 words)

  
  TheSabre.com - Virginia Football - Scott Stadium Information
The expanded stadium includes new seats and new upper decks arranged in a bowl shape to the south of the field.
With the addition of 15,000 seats, the stadium's capacity has gone from ranking in the bottom third to the top third in size among ACC schools.
With a capacity of nearly 22,000, the stadium was the gift of Frederic William Scott and Elisabeth Strother Scott, and was dedicated in the memory of his parents, Frederic Robert Scott and Frances Branch Scott.
www.thesabre.com /football/stadium   (2301 words)

  
 English Football - Grounds
Anfield is a football stadium in the district of Anfield, in Liverpool, England.
Built in 1892, it is one of the oldest football grounds in the world and was the first major football stadium in England and is nicknamed the Grand Old Lady.
The Valley is a 27,111-capacity football stadium in Charlton, London.
www.english-football.org.uk /stadiums-grounds   (1443 words)

  
 English Football - Stamford Bridge
The stadium was opened in 1877, and was used as an athletics track until 1904, when it was acquired by new owners who wanted to attract a professional football club.
The capacity was originally planned to be 100,000, making it the second largest ground in England after Crystal Palace, the FA Cup final venue.
The stadium was also one of the home venues for the London XI team that played in the original Inter-Cities Fairs Cup, which is today called the UEFA Cup.
www.english-football.org.uk /stadiums-grounds/stamford-bridge   (1375 words)

  
 Beaver Stadium   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Beaver Stadium has more than doubled in size since it was moved from its former west campus site just northeast of Rec Hall to the east side of campus in 1960.
Built in a horseshoe configuration seating 46,284, the stadium now towers 110 rows on the east side, 100 rows on the west, 60 in the end zones and 35 in the upper deck.
The stadium was cut into sections, raised eight feet by hydraulic jacks and precast concrete seating forms inserted within the inner circle of the stadium, where the running track previously had been located.
www.psu.edu /psusportsinfo/football/stadium.html   (678 words)

  
 Denver Broncos Tickets NFL Football Ticket - Cheap Denver Broncos Tickets Broker
A charter member of the American Football League, they were a backwater small-market team that met with little success in their early years but have since become one of the elite franchises of the league after having advanced to the Super Bowl six times.
For most of their history they played in Mile High Stadium, which became one of the shrines of professional football for its unbroken string of sell-outs and its famous home-field advantage percentage for the Broncos, especially during the post-season.
They were the first pro football team to wear vertically-striped socks (and the first to burn their socks in a public ceremony!).
www.ticketspecialists.com /nfl/denver_broncos_tickets.htm   (792 words)

  
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Dolphins Stadium - In its 18th season as the premier sports and entertainment facility in the country, state-of-the-art Dolphins Stadium is home of the Miami Dolphins and Florida Marlins.
Harvard Stadium is a horseshoe containing architectural elements of a Greek stadium and Roman circus and is considered an engineering marvel, as it was the world's first massive reinforced concrete structure and the first large permanent arena for American college athletics.
Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, University of Mississippi - The historic stadium, which is located on the southeast side of the University of Mississippi campus, increased its capacity to 60,580 in 2002 with the bowling in of the south end zone.
www.bostonculinarygroup.com /entertainmentvenues/arenasstadiums/stadiums.htm   (433 words)

  
 The Raw Story | Five Serie A stadiums off-limits when league resumes
Football violence became a national issue last weekend when hooligans killed a policeman outside the Angelo Massimino stadium in Catania during the Sicily derby between the home side and Palermo.
Nine other stadiums are likely to be accessible only for part of their capacity - a list including the Giuseppe Meazza of AC Milan and Inter Milan, and Fiorentina's Artemio Franchi.
CONI indicted him for saying that "deaths in football unfortunately are part of this huge movement, which the police are not yet able to control," a statement he later denied.
rawstory.com /news/2006/Five_Serie_A_stadiums_off_limits_wh_02062007.html   (449 words)

  
 Fact Sheet 1: Football and Football Hooliganism: Sir Norman Chester Centre for Football Research: University of ...
Football trips abroad, in particular, seem regularly to involve male fans drinking heavily together in situations where drink, often of an unfamiliar kind, is cheap and easily available.
The Football Unit was established in 1989 as a centre for the collation of evidence and intelligence on 'serious and persistent hooligans'.
Football still attracts large numbers of 'working' people and the culture of football stadiums can still be harsh and unruly.
www.le.ac.uk /footballresearch/resources/factsheets/fs1.html   (8887 words)

  
 Professional Football Researchers Association- Pro Football History
A focus on pro football in early summer of 1919 was peculiar to northeastern Ohio and particular to the environs of Canton, Massillon, Akron, and Youngstown.
Preference for professional football by sportsmen of Stark, Summit, and Mahoning Counties was rooted in provincial pride.
The foremost pro football players, the strongest pro football teams, and the most rabid pro football fans could all be found in and around four northeastern Ohio cities.
www.footballresearch.com /articles/frpage.cfm?topic=1919   (8937 words)

  
 Football Stadiums Capacity
their capacity, that is the football stadiums capacity maximum number of spectators that the stadium can accommodate.
football stadiums capacity Preachers and it is also famed for its retractable roof, one of only two stadiums.
Rugby Football Union Asked, in his old capacity at Newcastle Falcons, if he was going football stadiums capacity to Bristol this weekend where one point.
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 Open Directory Project Search at DogBreedz.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Football Stadiums in Europe - Football stadiums and their relations to architecture and urban planning.
Mexican Stadiums - Listings, facts, and photographs of soccer stadiums in the country.
Stadium Postcards - A collection of postcards, in colour and fl and white, of stadia from around the world.
www.dogbreedz.com /OpenDirectory/cat.asp?/Sports/Soccer/Stadiums   (321 words)

  
 SI.com - Baseball building boom bites Big Apple   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Construction of both stadiums started last year, and they are scheduled to open in 2009, joining a building boom that has remade the face of baseball over the last decade.
Yankee Stadium's designers have incorporated elements of the original stadium, including the frieze that hung from the roof, that were lost in a 1970s renovation.
Both new stadiums are supposed to be more intimate and at the same time more opulent than the ones they are replacing, with fewer seats but more luxury boxes.
sportsillustrated.cnn.com /2007/baseball/mlb/wires/03/31/2010.ap.bbo.nyc.stadiums.0962/index.html   (948 words)

  
 Clem's Baseball ~ Introductory page
It is my term for stadiums whose lower deck sections, which form an acute angle during baseball games, are moved around to face each other in parallel across the field during football games.
A: Each successive diagram version represents what the stadium was like for most of the period in question, but is labelled according to the year in which the most significant change for that phase occurred.
Stadiums that have been sponsored by fans (see top of page) get assigned a higher priority on my "to-do" list.
www.andrewclem.com /Baseball   (2181 words)

  
 Lincoln Financial Field Seating Chart - Football Tickets
A good thing about the stadium is that there is not an obstructed view no matter where you sit.
The Head House is located on the North entrance of the stadium and contains large historic murals, a timeline display of the team's history, and a detailed mosaic tiled artwork of an eagle centered on the floor.
These HDTV flat-screens, each span nearly the entire width of the field and are situated between the upper and lower seating areas in both the north and south end zones.
www.tickco.com /choose_seats/football/lincoln_financial_field.htm   (606 words)

  
 Final Football Forums - Struggling Superliga: revisited
Stadiums in Braga, Coimbra, Aveiro and the Boavista stadium in Porto are less than one-third of capacity.
The most alarming case is the Algarve stadium, also intended as an open-air concert venue, which has no firstdivision home club and draws just a few thousand spectators for local teams in lower leagues.
every one of these stadiums should be opening the gates early each morning to host an open air feira - with parking for the donkeys and carts that bring the live chickens and rabbits to market.
www.finalfootball.com /forums/showthread.php?t=9691   (1854 words)

  
 Football at historic Grant Field is one of college football's best traditions
That first grandstand probably did give any indication of what was to come, not only for the stadium but for the surroundings as well.A trip to Bobby Dodd Stadium is a chance to step back in time when football was played with leather helmets because there is history there.
Georgia Tech actually started playing football at that spot in 1905, but there was no permanent seating until those industrious students went to work building the stands in 1913.
But make sure you are sitting in the historic stadium by game time because when the gold and white painted Rambling Wreck auto rolls onto the field carrying the Tech cheerleaders and the Georgia Tech band strikes up that recognizable fight song, it is a moment not to be missed.
www.al.com /ncaafootball/lindys/index.ssf?/base/sports/1160312749155450.xml&coll=9   (918 words)

  
 College Football Stadiums   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Erected in 1952 and enlarged prior to the 1964, 1970, 1972 and the 1975 seasons, the 22,000-seat stadium is the largest in the Atlantic 10 Conference and one of the largest in the nation in I-AA football.
Harvard Stadium is a horseshoe containing architectural elements of a Greek stadium and Roman circus and is considered an engineering marvel, as it was the world's first massive reinforced concrete structure and the first large permanent arena for American college athletics.
In 1949 the seating capacity was increased to 21,500 and the stadium was renamed Cliff Hare Stadium, in honor of Clifford Leroy Hare, a member of Auburn's first football team, president of the old Southern Conference and longtime chairman of Auburn's Faculty Athletic Committee.
www.collegecharlie.com /stadiums.html   (1412 words)

  
 Home stadiums tough venues for LSU, Tenn. opponents - Sports
Neyland Stadium, which was first constructed in 1921, ranks third on the list of largest on-campus stadiums with a capacity of 104,079.
Michigan Stadium, home of the Michigan Wolverines, is the largest on-campus football stadium with a capacity of 107,501.
Stadium size has the ability to leave some players in awe, but some players say the fans that fill the seats are the key to providing home-field advantage.
media.www.lsureveille.com /media/storage/paper868/news/2006/11/03/Sports/Home-Stadiums.Tough.Venues.For.Lsu.Tenn.Opponents-2437691.shtml   (440 words)

  
 City Mayors: Football World Cup 2006 - Stadiums
City Mayors lists and features urban events, conferences and conventions aimed at urban decision makers and those with an interst in cities worldwide.
The originally planned reconstruction of the Olympic Stadium was rejected after a local referendum voted in favour of a new, purpose-built football stadium in München.
Capacity will be increased to 45,500 seats by various measures, including lowering the pitch and adding new stands.
www.citymayors.com /sport/worldcup_stadiums.html   (1708 words)

  
 Rivals.com - No place like home
The stadiums have been cleaned, the gridirons groomed and the fields painted.
Lane Stadium in Blacksburg, Va., doesn't blow people away by the brute strength of a massive stadium, but with knowledgeable fans that always reach a frenzied pitch at the right time, the Hokies make the most of their numbers.
As the second-largest college football stadium in the country, Beaver Stadium is one of the most impressive structures in college football.
www.rivals.com /content.asp?SID=1014&CID=444097   (1704 words)

  
 Stadiums of the NFL-Stadium Opinions
If the stadium had been constructed to hold 65K-68K like most newer NFL stadiums, the Panthers probably would have had an easier time selling out over the years (has been selling out more since 2003) and could have had a more open feel (similar to Raymond James or The Linc).
If I were typing this stadium review pre-2002 (before we got a new owner in town) then I couldn't be nearly as nice but much has changed for the Dome and fans of the Falcons in the few years that Arthur Blank has been in control of the franchise.
Stadiums of the NFL is not associated with the National Football League in any way.
www.stadiumsofnfl.com /nfcstadopin.htm   (4671 words)

  
 Liverpool, Soccer Team Valuations - Forbes.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Forbes estimates based on past transactions, enterprise values (market value plus debt) of publicly traded teams and current stadium deal (unless a new stadium is pending).
Liverpool dominated English and European football in the 1960s through the 1980s under legendary manager Bill Shankley and his successors.
However, the club is marred by the fatal disasters at the Heysel and Hillsborough stadiums in 1985 and 1989, which took the lives of 39 and 96 spectators, respectively.
www.forbes.com /lists/2006/34/340009.html   (299 words)

  
 Oval Tickets. Speedway Tickets, Football Tickets
The site is filled with facts and statistics about each of the different sporting events and sporting fixtures as well as the important sources for each of the oval tickets you may require.
So, for example, the Speedway pages contain information about the tracks and a full list of the Nascar Nextel race tracks, the Football page links to oval tickets agencies and information about your favourite football team and the Baseball page list the American league teams.
Football Tickets - The football tickets page points to ticket agencies and football tickets sources for the NFL and College football including the Ohio State Buckeyes and other popular football websites.
www.ovaltickets.com   (505 words)

  
 Virtual Stadium and Museum Tour of Stamford Bridge - Chelsea Football Club Stadium
Chelsea Football Club was founded in 1905 and in it's 101 years of existence, has always been headline news.
Initially an athletics stadium, it has held greyhound races, speedway bikes, rugby, baseball and a host of other events to catch the public's imagination.
With such legendary names to wear the famous royal blue shirt as Peter Osgood, Jimmy Greaves, Ron 'Chopper' Harris, Gianfranco Zola, Frank Lampard, Andriy Shevchenko and the England captain John Terry, Chelsea FC is looking forward to it's next century of football and building on it's growing list of honours.
www.wantastadiumtour.com /football/chelseafc/chelseafc.asp   (295 words)

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