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MAIN STADIUM
HEADQUARTERS
ARTHUR ASHE STADIUM
SHARAPOVA
PLAYING
FIRST TIME
LIGHTING
ARENA
LONDON
BUILDING
SITE
STATUE
HONOR
CLOSE
PEOPLE
SUBURB
ATHENS
WORLD
SOUTH KOREA
CONCERTS
VENUE
BALLPARK
FLORIDA
JACKSONVILLE
CENTRE COURT
RETRACTABLE ROOF
WEMBLEY STADIUM
WEMBLEY
GROVES STADIUM
PRESS BOX
GATOR BOWL
PLAY
HOME GAMES
TEAMS PLAY
HOME MATCHES
BANK
NAMING RIGHTS
EASTER ROAD
HOME GROUND
SEATING CAPACITY
SPECTATORS
SATURDAY
MEMORIAL STADIUM
HOME FIELD
AMERICA STADIUM
STADE
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Definitions

  1. Home stadium is the San Mamés also known as La Catedral ("the cathedral (of football)") that seats 46,500 spectators. (Web site)
  2. The Stadium was reconstructed for the purposes of the first Olympic Games, which took place in Athens in 1896. (Web site)
  3. The stadium is the "Ostseestadion", home of former Bundesliga club "FC Hansa Rostock".
  4. The stadium was used for both the opening and closing ceremonies and all of the figure skating competitions.
  5. The stadium is also home to European Super League club Crusaders Rugby League since the 2010 season after their departure from southern Wales.

Main Stadium

  1. The main stadium of Kottayam is the Nehru stadium at the entrance of the town.
  2. The main stadium, Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium, has a capacity of 25,000 and a first division professional league team, the Enugu Rangers.
  3. The Olympics were suspended and a memorial service was held in the main stadium. (Web site)

Headquarters

  1. The headquarters of the GAA (and the main stadium) is located at the 82,300[21] capacity Croke Park in north Dublin.
  2. The stadium serves as the headquarters of the Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks.

Arthur Ashe Stadium

  1. Tamarine Tanasugarn wins the first match at Arthur Ashe Stadium with a 6-4, 6-0 victory over Chanda Rubin. (Web site)
  2. Moments later, Agassi teared up on the blue court as he addressed a crowd that showed up early at Arthur Ashe Stadium and tried to spur him all afternoon. (Web site)
  3. Opening in 1997, Arthur Ashe Stadium replaced Louis Armstrong Stadium as the primary venue for the tournament. (Web site)

Sharapova

  1. Sharapova produced 12 double-faults, unable to cope with swirling winds in Arthur Ashe Stadium. (Web site)
  2. As Sharapova fell behind, a small plane with an advertising banner hovered over the stadium, compounding her unhappiness.

Playing

  1. Miami FC is a young team with many players who will be playing their first game in a stadium of this magnitude.
  2. After playing at the city's polo grounds, they moved to Shea Stadium in Queens, and then to Giants Stadium in New Jersey. (Web site)
  3. These three top teams in Europe will be playing in the new Klagenfurt European championship stadium for a place in the quarter finals of Euro 2008.

First Time

  1. For the first time,since the 1960 Winter Olympics, the Closing Ceremony was held in the same main Olympic stadium as the Opening Ceremony at McMahon Stadium.
  2. For the first time since the Games started in 1896 were all continents represented with athletes competing in the same stadium.
  3. For the first time in Olympic history the Olympic flame will be lit indoors, as BC Place is a covered stadium.

Lighting

  1. She carried the Olympic Torch at the stadium, as one of the runners for the final segment, before the lighting of the Olympic Flame by Cathy Freeman. (Web site)
  2. In the evening, the Winter Games take off with the lighting of the caldron from Rice-Eccles Olympic Stadium (above) in Salt Lake City. (Web site)

Arena

  1. The main stadium is the Philip II Arena and it hosts the Macedonia national football team.
  2. Kitchen Stadium is the arena where Iron Chefs await the challenges of master chefs from around the world.

London

  1. ROAD: Twickenham Stadium is on the northern side of the A316 into London.
  2. It represents not the distance from Marathon to Athens but the distance from Windsor Castle to the Olympic stadium in London.
  3. A footnote to history is that the current official length of the marathon race is derived from the distance from Windsor Castle to Olympic Stadium in London.

Building

  1. This isn't even building a football stadium that will be used 16 times a season or a baseball or basketball stadium used dozens of times a year. (Web site)

Site

  1. The stadium was built on the site of Hamilton's former rugby venue, Rugby Park.
  2. Building on the site of Kirov Stadium will restore this traditional area of sports and recreation, he said in previously published comments.
  3. Croydon Council wants to put an arena on the site and prefers a proposal from Arrowcroft, which replaces the urban park with a stadium.

Statue

  1. At Olympia a statue of him stood at the entrance to the stadium and his statues where in every gymnasium throughout Greece. (Web site)
  2. Pirates play-by-play announcer Steve Blass is glad the team saluted Willie Stargell with a statue in their new stadium. (Web site)
  3. A statue commemorates him outside of the stadium that is named for him, Jack Trice Stadium. (Web site)

Honor

  1. The main stadium at the USTA National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows Park, where the US Open is played, is named Arthur Ashe Stadium in his honor. (Web site)
  2. But when Greece held the first modern Olympics, organizers eager to honor the myth traced a route from a wooden bridge in Marathon to the stadium. (Web site)
  3. The US Open tennis tournament's former main stadium was named Louis Armstrong Stadium in honor of Armstrong who had lived a few blocks from the site.

Close

  1. Novotel Cardiff Centre is located within the heart of the city, close to the Millennium Stadium and Cardiff Bay with extensive on-site parking.
  2. The Tellicherry Municipal Ground (see Thalassery Stadium) located close to the sea hosts the Ranji Trophy cricket matches quite often.
  3. In September 1976, at Yankee Stadium, Ali faced Ken Norton in their third fight, with Ali winning a close but unanimous 15-round decision. (Web site)

People

  1. The city is building a new stadium near the Maracan, to hold 45,000 people. (Web site)
  2. The National Stadium will feature lattice-like concrete skeleton forming the stadium bowl which will seat 80,000 people.
  3. Detroit's Olympia stadium, built two years earlier, was a model for the Chicago stadium and had a capacity of over 15,000 people. (Web site)

Suburb

  1. They play home games at Dolphin Stadium, in the suburb of Miami Gardens, about 15 miles from Downtown Miami.

Athens

  1. Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium, a stadium named for the above athlete located in Athens, Greece.
  2. Nea Ionia is a suburb of Athens, 10 kms from the center very close to the Olympic Stadium.
  3. The 2004 Summer Olympics inspired the creation of the Athens Olympic Stadium, which has been called one of the best stadiums in the world.

World

  1. The Joshua Tree Tour sold out stadium s around the world, the first time the band had consistently played venues of that size.
  2. Kirov Stadium (now demolished) was one of the largest stadiums anywhere in the world, and the home to FC Zenit Saint Petersburg in 1950-1989 and 1992.
  3. The city has the Reliant Astrodome, the first domed stadium in the world; it also holds the NFL's first retractable-roof stadium, Reliant Stadium. (Web site)

South Korea

  1. Sajik Baseball Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Sajik-dong, Dongnae-gu, in the city of Busan, South Korea. (Web site)
  2. Gimcheon Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Gimcheon, South Korea.
  3. Dongdaemun Stadium, in Seoul, South Korea, is comprised of a multi-purpose athletics stadium, a baseball park, and other sports facilities.

Concerts

  1. Other venues which are popular for concerts and sporting events include Cardiff International Arena, St David's Hall and the Millennium Stadium. (Web site)
  2. The Vélodrome d'Hiver, once a stadium for bicycle races and concerts in Paris, no longer exists.
  3. Western Springs Stadium has a crowd capacity of 30,000 for sports [1] and upwards of 50,000 for concerts. (Web site)

Venue

  1. The Tartan Army has twice visited Rugby Park when the stadium was the venue for full Scotland international matches.
  2. Cricket is a very popular sport in St Lucia; the modern stadium in Gros Islet, Beausejour Stadium, is a venue for international cricket.
  3. The club plays its matches at the Parken Stadium, which also serves as the venue for Denmark national football team matches. (Web site)

Ballpark

  1. Anheuser-Busch signed an agreement for the new ballpark to retain the "Busch Stadium" name on the new building through 2025.
  2. Space Coast Stadium is named in honor of NASA's achievements over the past three plus decades, and this theme is echoed in every corner of the ballpark.
  3. We must request that the Mets honor America by naming their new ballpark the Jackie Robinson Stadium. (Web site)

Florida

  1. ALLTEL Stadium is a football stadium located in downtown Jacksonville, Florida next to the St. Johns River. (Web site)
  2. Jacksonville Municipal Stadium is a football stadium located in downtown Jacksonville, Florida next to the St. Johns River. (Web site)
  3. Cherie Priest was born in Tampa, Florida, down the street from the stadium in 1975. (Web site)

Jacksonville

  1. Jacksonville, Florida served the site for the third bowl game of New Year's Day, the Toyota Gator Bowl, played at Alltel Stadium. (Web site)

Centre Court

  1. The main stadium and centre court of Melbourne Park, where the Australian Open is played in January, is the Rod Laver Arena named in his honor.
  2. But when Becker made an impromptu lap of honor around Centre Court, the roars echoed in the old stadium. (Web site)
  3. Known in its early years as the Louis Armstrong Stadium, this eventually became the centre court for the tournament itself in 1978.

Retractable Roof

  1. This was the first Wimbledon with a retractable roof on Centre Court, a modern touch for a stadium that opened in 1922.
  2. Completed in 2001 to mark the city's 50th birthday, Toyota Stadium is a state-of-the-art football-specific ground complete with a retractable roof.

Wembley Stadium

  1. His first under-21 cap for England was the first game at the new Wembley Stadium, where he partnered Anton Ferdinand at the centre of the England defence.
  2. Wembley is the major town of Brent, which is home to Wembley Stadium and Wembley Arena. (Web site)
  3. Although the UK show at Wembley Stadium was packed to a capacity, it was the US show held in Giants Stadium that suffered from poor sales.

Wembley

  1. On 11 August that year, the band brought the fatwah-threatened author Salman Rushdie on stage during a concert at Wembley Stadium, London.
  2. He was in London to play at the Nelson Mandela birthday party concert at Wembley Stadium in 1988. (Web site)
  3. INXS performed at Wembley Stadium on July 13, 1991, during their "Summer XS" tour stop in London to a sold out audience of 72,000 fans.

Groves Stadium

  1. Groves Stadium, home of the Wake Forest Demon Deacons, is one of the smallest football stadiums in Division 1 football. (Web site)
  2. It is located at 401 Deacon Boulevard, directly east of Groves Stadium, home of the Wake Forest University "Demon Deacons" football team.
  3. The history of Groves Stadium can be traced back to the original home of the university in the eastern North Carolina village of Wake Forest. (Web site)

Press Box

  1. In 2000, the Giants named the press box in their new stadium the Hodges-Simmons Broadcast Center in honor of Hodges and his former partner Lon Simmons. (Web site)
  2. The press box will be the centerpiece of the third of six levels of renovations set to take place at Groves Stadium.

Gator Bowl

  1. The Gator Bowl is an annual college football bowl game that is played at Jacksonville Municipal Stadium in Jacksonville, Florida.
  2. Because of the overwhelming success of this postseason college football classic, the stadium was expanded in 1948 to 16,000 seats and renamed the Gator Bowl.
  3. The Gator Bowl is an annual college football bowl game that is played at ALLTEL Stadium in Jacksonville, Florida.

Play

  1. The team will play its final season at University of Richmond Stadium in 2009 before moving into a new stadium on campus in 2010.
  2. In the '70s the Bengals moved to play at Riverfront Stadium, a home they shared with the Cincinnati Reds until the team moved to Paul Brown Stadium in 2000. (Web site)
  3. CBS had suggested renovations, but the team would have to play elsewhere, and the Mets refused to open their home, Shea Stadium, to the Yankees.

Home Games

  1. The Braves play their home games at a stadium called The Diamond, which is also home to the Virginia Commonwealth University baseball team.
  2. The "Red Bulls" also play their home games at the Giants Stadium in New Jersey.
  3. Since 1994, the Blackhawks have played their home games at the United Center after having spent over 60 years playing at Chicago Stadium. (Web site)

Teams Play

  1. Both teams play their home games at Cairo International Stadium, which is Cairo's and Egypt's largest stadium.
  2. Both teams play their home java mobile games at cairo international stadium, which is cairo's and egypt's largest stadium.

Home Matches

  1. Gretna will play two home matches at the stadium due to a waterlogged pitch at their temporary home Fir Park.
  2. The team plays its home matches in Tasos Markou Stadium in Paralimni, which is a multi-use stadium but is currently used mostly for football matches.

Bank

  1. Bank of America Stadium is a football stadium located in uptown Charlotte, North Carolina. (Web site)
  2. The arrangement ended with the opening of Ericsson Stadium, now Bank of America Stadium, at the start of the 1996 season.
  3. Located right outside of downtown Charlotte, the facade of Bank of America Stadium is very unique. (Web site)

Naming Rights

  1. Since Bank of America has acquired naming rights, many fans now refer to the stadium as "The Vault" or "The Bank". (Web site)
  2. Before the naming rights to the stadium were bought by Bank of America, it was called Ericsson Stadium. (Web site)
  3. Towards the end of 2001, energy supplier EnergyAustralia took over naming rights, and thus the stadium became EnergyAustralia Stadium.

Easter Road

  1. Easter Road is a stadium, HOMFC and their scabby Wester Hailes, transportable pink bus shelter is an utter joke and an insult to football stadia.
  2. Easter Road is most famous for being the name of Hibernian F.C. football stadium and is situated in the Leith area of Edinburgh.

Home Ground

  1. The stadium is the home ground of FC Barcelona. (Web site)
  2. The stadium holds 5,000 people and is Real Madrid Castilla 's home ground. (Web site)
  3. Turf Moor is a football stadium located in Burnley, Lancashire, and is the home ground of English football club Burnley F.C. (Web site)

Seating Capacity

  1. The stadium has a seating capacity of 34,000, and was built in 1956 to replace the Old Wanderers Stadium. (Web site)
  2. Ross-Ade Stadium opened on November 22, 1924 with a seating capacity of 13,500 and standing room for an additional 5,000 people.
  3. With a seating capacity of 30,898, Harvard Stadium is praised for its outstanding sight-line for fans. (Web site)

Spectators

  1. Their stadium is the San Mamés, also known as La Catedral ("the cathedral" (of football)), which seats 46,500 spectators.
  2. For sporting events, Akure has a stadium with a capacity of 15,000 spectators and a second-division professional league team, the Sunshine Football Club.
  3. It is the only major stadium (60,000 spectators) made entirely of white marble from Penteli, the same as that used for the construction of the Parthenon.

Saturday

  1. On Saturday, Venus beat Serena 7-5, 6-4 on Centre Court before the pair returned to the same stadium for yet another victorious Grand Slam final. (Web site)
  2. The concerts will be held at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium on 9 and 10 November (Friday and Saturday) at 8pm.
  3. Live updated results from the Jamaica International Invitational from the national stadium on Saturday May 1.

Memorial Stadium

  1. Faurot Field, also known as Memorial Stadium, is a stadium in Columbia, Missouri.
  2. Memorial Stadium was home to Aggie football for 28 seasons, until 1978, when the new Aggie Memorial Stadium was opened.
  3. Defensive coordinator Vic Koenning spoke with the media after the Illini's win over Northern Illinois on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

Home Field

  1. Ross-Ade Stadium is a stadium primarily used for American football, and is the home field of the Purdue Boilermakers.
  2. Their current, and only other home field, is Dolphin Stadium (originally named Joe Robbie Stadium) in Miami Gardens a north suburb of Miami, Florida.

America Stadium

  1. In 2004, the stadium changed its name to the current Bank of America Stadium after naming rights were acquired by a large banking company.
  2. Uptown is home to the majority of the city's skyscrapers, as well as Bank of America Stadium (home of the Carolina Panthers) and the Charlotte Bobcats Arena. (Web site)
  3. The Carolina Panthers ' home field was once known as Ericsson Stadium, but in 2004, it changed its name to Bank of America Stadium.

Stade

  1. Stade 7 November is a multi-use stadium in Rades, Tunisia.
  2. Their home stadium is Stade de Baham.

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