13 Fun Facts About University of Phoenix Stadium

University of Phoenix Stadium has been home to some big games over its recent history. Here is a look at some interesting info and fun facts about University of Phoenix Stadium. -University of Phoenix Stadium opened in 2006 and is home to both the Arizona Cardinals of the NFL and the Fiesta Bowl. -For a […]

15 Fun Facts About Tulane Stadium

Tulane Stadium may be no more but here are some fun facts about this once important football stadium. -Tulane Stadium was opened in 1926 with a seating capacity of approximately 35,000 people. -Though the capacity was 35,000 at the time of construction, by 1956 the capacity for the stadium had increased to 80,985. -Tulane Stadium […]

Over 25 Fun Facts About The Superdome in Louisiana

The Superdome in Louisiana really made news when it was originally built. Over the years it has hosted some big events too, both in the sports world and not. Here is a look at some interesting info and fun facts about the Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. -Until the car company bought the naming rights […]

14 Fun Facts About The Georgia Dome

Though it didn’t last long, the Georgia Dome hosted a number of important events. Here is a look at some of the more interesting info and fun facts about the Georgia Dome. -When opened in 1992, the Georgia Dome was the largest domed structure in the entire world. This lasted until 1999 when the Millennium […]

Ten Little Known Facts About Sam Boyd Stadium In Las Vegas, Nevada

The University of Nevada-Las Vegas is not known for being a powerhouse, but they do put on a good show when they are on their home field. UNLV plays those home games at Sam Boyd Stadium which is located very near to many of the trappings of one of the most exciting cities in the […]

25 Fun Facts About The Miami Orange Bowl

Though it is long gone now, the Miami Orange Bowl was a great place to watch some football. Here is a look at some interesting info and fun facts about this important football venue. -The stadium opened in 1937 and for the first 22 years of its life was known as Burdine Stadium. -Burdine Stadium […]

10 Fun Facts About EverBank Field In Jacksonville, Florida

The city of Jacksonville had been seeking an NFL team for a number of years and when they were finally awarded one, it lacked a home stadium capable of hosting an appropriately sized crowd. EverBank Field was built as the home of the Jacksonville Jaguars, and is also the site of some important college football […]

10 Little Known Facts About San Diego’s Balboa Stadium

Balboa Stadium has played a big part in the sports history of San Diego, hosting at various times everything from concerts and professional teams to high school football games. Though not as widely known these days, here are 10 fun little known facts about this historic venue. #1 – Balboa Stadium was originally built in […]

10 Fun Facts About Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium

Here is a look at some fun facts and little known info about Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium in Memphis, Tennessee. -The original name of the stadium was Memphis Memorial Stadium when it opened in 1965. It would be renamed Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium in 1976. -The field featured real grass from 1965 through 2004 before […]

The Many Stadiums The San Diego Chargers Have Called Home

The San Diego Chargers broke into pro football in 1960 in the first year of the American Football League. Over the years, they have provided a lot of entertainment to people in the region and around the country. Here is a look at the stadiums they have called home over the years. Los Angeles Memorial […]