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(Encyclopedia) stadium st?d??m, racecourse in Greek cities where footraces and other athletic contests took place. The name is the Latin form of the Greek word for a standard of length and?

Yankee Stadium

New York, N.Y.Designed in 1923 by Osborn Archietects & Engineers photo by Carol M. Highsmith The American Institute of Architects and Harris Interactive selected Yankee Stadium as?

Football Stadiums Ranked by Capacity

AFC NY Jets 80,062 Kansas City 79,451 Denver 76,125 Miami 75,540 Buffalo 73,967 Cleveland 73,200 Jacksonville 73,000 San Diego 71,000 Houston 69,500?

The Oldest Baseball Stadiums

The Question: I know that the baseball parks that the Chicago Cubs (1914), Boston Red Sox (1912), Detroit Tigers (1912) and the New York Yankees (1923) play in were all built?

Paul Brown Stadium

Cincinnati, Ohio Built in 2000 by NBBJ by Carol M. Highsmith The American Institute of Architects and Harris Interactive selected Paul Brown Stadium as one of America's Favorite Structures, based?

MLB American League Stadium Changes

American League 1902?Milwaukee Brewers move to St. Louis and become Browns; 1903?Baltimore Orioles move to New York and become Highlanders; 1913?NY Highlanders renamed Yankees; 1954?St. Louis?

National Football League Stadiums: Rank by Age

AFCOakland1966San Diego1967Kansas City1972Buffalo1973NY Jets1976Indianapolis1984Miami1987Jacksonville1995Baltimore1998Cleveland1999Tennessee1999Cincinnati2000Denver2001Pittsburgh2001New?

The 40 Largest I-A Stadiums - Football

The 40 largest stadiums in NCAA Division I-A college football heading into the 2002 season. Note that (*) indicates stadium not on campus. Location Seats Home Team Conference?