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The Top 15 Sports Stadiums Of All-Time

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There are tons of sports stadiums all over the world, some of them are brand new and sophisticated while others are old and filled with history. Here are the 15 best sports stadiums ever. With there being so many great stadiums, there is bound to be disagreement, so if you have a favorite that was not mentioned, go to the comment section and make your own list.

15. Joe Louis Arena

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15. Joe Louis Arena

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Hockeytown USA. Joe Louis Arena is the home of hockey's favorite team, the Detroit Red Wings, was named after legendary boxer Joe Louis, and has previously hosted the Detroit Pistons. Since 1972, the Red Wings have won four Stanley Cup Championships, but the building will be demolished after the Red Wings move into their new stadium in the next few years.

Favorite Moment: Game 4, 1997 Stanley Cup Finals.

14. Three Rivers Stadium

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14. Three Rivers Stadium

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Named after the Three Rivers that come through Pittsburgh (Ohio River, Allegheny River, and Monongahela River), Three Rivers Stadium was the home of the Pittsburgh Pirates and Pittsburgh Steelers for 30 years. In those 30 years in Pittsburgh, the Pirates won two World Series Championships and the Steelers won four Super Bowl Championships.

Favorite Moment: 1972 AFC Divisional Playoff (The Immaculate Reception).

13. Michigan Stadium

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13. Michigan Stadium

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Since 1927, Michigan Stadium has been the home to the Michigan Wolverines football team. Often known as the "Big House", Maize, a shade of yellow, and Blue are common in this stadium, as well as a bunch of riled up fans! The Big House had the largest NCAA attendance was in this stadium in 2003, when Ohio State faced Michigan. Michigan Stadium has also hosted an NHL Winter Classic.

Favorite Moment: 1969 Ohio State vs. Michigan.

12. Notre Dame Stadium

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12. Notre Dame Stadium

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Known for its Blue and Gold crowds, "Touchdown Jesus", and "Play Like Champions", Notre Dame Stadium has been the home of the Fighting Irish football team since 1930. It is the home of one of the most prestigious College Football Teams today and has its own channel. This stadium has claimed nine National Titles, seven Heisman Winners, and over 100 All Americans.

Favorite Moment: 1988 Catholics vs. Convicts.

11. Rose Bowl Stadium

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11. Rose Bowl Stadium

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The Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, California hosts one of the most electrifying bowl games in College Football, the Rose Bowl. It has been around since 1923, and even has its own parade to go with it. The Stadium has hosted the Super Bowl five times, the 1984 Summer Olympics, two FIFA World Cups, and its main use today is UCLA Football.

Favorite Moment: 2006 BCS National Championship Game.

10. Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

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10. Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

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The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is a great multipurpose arena that has hosted several great sporting events. The venue has hosted the 1932 and 1984 Summer Olympics, two Super Bowls, two NFL franchises, the Los Angeles Raiders and Los Angeles Rams, the Los Angeles Dodgers, and USC's eleven national championships.

Favorite Moment: Super Bowl VII.

9. Cameron Indoor Stadium

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9. Cameron Indoor Stadium

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The smallest stadium on this list, Cameron Indoor Stadium is the home of one of the most storied college basketball teams ever, the Duke Blue Devils. It is the toughest place to earn a road win in college basketball, with Duke's record now at 800-153, including 442-58 under Coach K. Duke has won three National Championships and 16 ACC Championships here.

Favorite Moment: 2005 Duke vs. North Carolina.

8. Boston Garden

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8. Boston Garden

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The first home of the NBA's Boston Celtics and the second home of the NHL's Boston Bruins, the Boston Garden was a tremendous home stadium for both teams. During their times in the Garden, the Celtics won 17 NBA Championships and the Bruins have won five Stanley Cup Titles.

Favorite Moment: Game 7 of the 1984 NBA Finals.

7. Louisiana Superdome

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7. Louisiana Superdome

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A modern marvel back in the 1970s, the Louisiana Superdome has hosted several key sporting events. including the NFL's New Orleans Saints, the former New Orleans Jazz (now in Utah), and the Tulane Green Wave. It has hosted the Sugar Bowl, three BCS National Championship games, multiple NCAA Basketball Tournament Games and the New Orleans Bowl.

Favorite Moment: 2009 NFC Championship Game.

6. Staples Center

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6. Staples Center

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The Staples Center has been around since 1999, yet the Center already has five NBA Championships and two Stanley Cup titles to its name. It is the home of the Los Angeles Lakers, but also for the Lakers' fellow NBA franchise, the Los Angeles Clippers, as well as the NHL's Los Angeles Kings. The Staples Center has hosted an NHL All-Star Game, an NBA All-Star Game, UFC events and WWE's Summerslam.

Favorite Moment: Game 7 of the 2010 NBA Finals.

5. Lambeau Field

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5. Lambeau Field

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Lambeau Field is home to the NFL's Green Bay Packers and has seen many football legends. From Bart Starr to Brett Favre and Reggie White, the Frozen Tundra truly is a legend in itself. It may be in Wisconsin, but it has sold out every seat since the 1960s. Lambeau Field is also home to the Lambeau Leap and some of the coldest games in NFL history.

Favorite Moment: The Ice Bowl.

4. Fenway Park

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4. Fenway Park

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Known most famously for its "Green Monster" in left field, Fenway Park is the home of the Boston Red Sox. This stadium has been around since 1911. Such names as Clemens, Boggs, Williams, Fisk, Yastrzemski, Ruth and Ramirez have all starred here. It even has a whole movie pretty much based around it (Fever Pitch). Fenway has seen the likes of seven World Series Champions.

Favorite Moment: 1960: Ted Williams homer in last at-bat.

3. Madison Square Garden

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3. Madison Square Garden

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The mecca of basketball, Madison Square Garden is one of the premier facilities in the world. The Garden hosts the NHL's Rangers, the NBA's Knicks and has hosted some of the greatest moments in sports history. It is an arena filled with presence, atmosphere, and there is something seemingly magical with the Garden.

Favorite Moment: Ali vs. Frazier I.

2. Wrigley Field

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2. Wrigley Field

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The friendly confines of Wrigley Field have been home to the Chicago Cubs since 1914 and has previously hosted the Chicago Bears. It is the second oldest baseball stadium to date and its originality and traditions set it apart from other stadiums. Some of these traditions include having Ivy in the outfield and Harry Carey's seventh inning stretch.

Favorite Moment: Gale Sayers scores six touchdowns in one game in 1965.

1. Yankee Stadium

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1. Yankee Stadium

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The New York Yankees played baseball in Yankee Stadium since 19. In that time we have seen players like Jeter, Clemens, Ruth, Mantle, DiMaggio, Berra, Jackson. and many other Yankee legends. Since 1923, the Yankees have brought home 26 separate World Series Championships. in September of 2008, the last game has been played in Yankee Stadium.

Favorite Moment: Games 4 and 5 of the 2001 World Series.

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