1. Madison Square Garden
Madison Square Garden is known as the most famous arena in the world and is arguably the most famous city in the world. Currently, the Garden is home to the New York Rangers, New York Knicks and the St. John’s Red Storm men’s basketball team. The arena has also hosted just about every big concert you can think of, as well as the simultaneous NBA and Stanley Cup Finals on two occasions. With the renovations included, the cost would be approximately $ 1.07 billion and the capacity is approximately 20,000 people for various events. Located in the heart of Manhattan, Madison Square Garden will always be known as a premier sporting site.
2. Old Yankee Stadium
The Yankees are the most famous baseball team, so it’s no surprise that their historic New York stadium is one of the most iconic in the history of the sport. The stadium was opened in 1923 and was the home of the Yankees until 2008. The stadium was open for a potential 83 possible World Series and it has hosted 37 and the Yankees ended up winning 26 in total. There were a total of 100 World Series games played at the stadium and it wasn’t the only sport played there. The site has also hosted 13 international soccer matches and numerous soccer matches. In its hay day when the Yankees were winning, which was most of the time, it wouldn’t be surprising to see 60,000 fans fill the seats every night.
3. Augusta National Golf Club
Augusta National Golf Club is the most famous and exclusive club in the world. It hosts the Masters tournament every April which is considered the best tournament on the PGA Tour circuit and is the only major tournament that is still played on the same course. The club opened in 1932 and started hosting the Masters tournament in 1934. You basically need to know someone to be on this course and even if you do it can be a challenge. Despite its controversial racist and sexist policies at the time, the course has not lost its appeal and is very popular. In 2019 the course started hosting the Augusta National Women’s Amateur and while these are the only two times we see this course on TV, it is one of the most iconic venues in the sport.
4. Old Boston Garden
The Boston Celtics were one of the best teams in the NBA when the Old Boston Garden was open. The Garden was primarily home to the Boston Bruins and Boston Celtics, and like MSG, it hosted the NBA Finals and the NHL Stanley Cup Finals simultaneously over several seasons in the same year. The Celtics won 9 home championships and the Bruins won 2. The Garden hosted around 15,000 people every night and they got to watch some of the top teams from both leagues almost every night.
5. Fenway Park
Fenway Park is another Boston sports site to make our list. Fenway has been home to the Boston Red Sox since 1912. The stadium is known for its unique features such as the Green Monster, which has been replicated at other baseball venues across the country. Seating is around 37,000 and when the Red Sox win, this place is packed every game day. Despite its age, Fenway Park has been consistently renovated and it has been reported that it will remain in use until at least 2061. The Red Sox have won multiple championships here, but nothing will beat a sold-out crowd chanting Sweet Caroline at the end of a baseball game. .
6. Wrigley Field
Another classic baseball stadium that makes our list is Wrigley Field, which has been home to the Chicago Cubs since 1914. Despite its age, the stadium has undergone several renovations, most recently in 2019. Wrigley is known for its wind. and ivy. covered exterior walls that are not seen anywhere else in the major leagues. It is also one of the few parks to play almost half of its games during the day. Despite being one of the oldest stadiums in the major leagues, the Cubs haven’t won many championships here. This does not take away from the prestige of Wrigley Field with its unique features and it is known by tons of people even outside of the baseball world.
7. Lambeau field
The first NFL stadium to make our list is Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Lambeau is home to the Green Bay Packers and is the largest site in the state of Wisconsin. The stadium opened in 1957 and is one of the most unique in the league. The stadium is named after Packers founder Curly Lambeau and is one of the few stadiums in the league that has not sold its naming rights to a corporate sponsor. Four Super Bowl teams played in this stadium and until 2011. The Packers are one of football’s most legendary franchises and their stadium is no different, even though it is located in the smallest town of our list.
8. Wembley Stadium
For our next date, we’re hopping across the pond to London, England. Wembley Stadium has a capacity of 90,000 seats and nearly 100,000 for concerts. It is the only stadium on our list that is not the permanent home of any particular team. It is home to the England national team and hosted Tottenham Hotspur while their current stadium was under construction. The stadium usually hosts UEFA League matches as well as the Rugby Challenge Cup. If something big is happening in England, there is a good chance it will take place at Wembley. The NFL also ventured to Wembley during its annual games in London.
9. Cameron indoor stadium
The only college basketball stadium to make our list is Cameron Indoor Stadium, home to the CCA’s Duke Blue Devils. At a time when sporting stadiums are getting bigger and bigger, it’s nice to see a place like Cameron Indoor on our list. The basketball arena can seat just under 10,000 people and its games are some of the most unique you will see in basketball. They are known for their advantage on the court and one of the reasons is that the wild student section sits at the lower level of the ground on one side of the court. Lots of places would reserve these seats to make more money, but not Duke. If you want a first-hand experience, watch a UNC match against Duke at Cameron Indoor.
10. Rose Bowl Stadium
Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, Calif., Is home to the UCLA Bruins football team, but it is best known for the big events it has hosted in the past. The stadium has hosted the Super Bowl on 5 occasions as well as FIFA World Cup matches and hosted the 1932 Summer Olympics. It doesn’t stop there, the venue has also hosted d ‘huge concerts and annually hosts the Rose Bowl game which, depending on the year, is part of the College Football Playoff. Due to his age, he doesn’t receive many of these key events anymore, but he will always be remembered in the history of the Los Angeles area.