The 20 worst sports stadiums
The 20 least depressing stadiums in the United States, according to a new report.
The study, which looked at stadiums in 50 states, was compiled by the non-profit advocacy group Ground Zero Sports and examined the stadium-capacity capacity, weather, and other factors associated with each.
The 20 stadiums that made the list are as follows: Atlanta Falcons’ Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Georgia; Dallas Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas; San Francisco 49ers’ Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, California; Houston Texans’ NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas.
Here are the 20 least-dignified stadiums in America.
Georgia Dome in Atlanta, GA: The Georgia Dome has been a symbol of the Atlanta Falcons for over a century.
The stadium is home to the Georgia Bulldogs football team and hosts the Georgia Dome Football Classic.
The Georgia Bulldogs played there from 1954 to 1965.
The team is currently ranked No. 4 in the nation in scoring.
Dallas Cowboys Stadium: The Cowboys are currently ranked fifth in the NFL, but they play home games in a stadium that’s more than 2,000 square feet (942 square meters).
The stadium seats more than 1,000, and is located in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, in addition to hosting the NFL’s Cowboys and NFL’s Dallas Cowboys Cowboys.
The Cowboys play home football games at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX.
AT&t Stadium: An indoor soccer stadium in Houston, TX, has a capacity of almost 1,100,000 seats.
This stadium is the home of the Houston Dynamo, and the Dynamo are currently undefeated in their last two MLS matches, defeating the Philadelphia Union 1-0 at home.
NRG Field: An NFL football stadium in Inglewood, CA, is the second-largest in the country, behind only Levi’s.
The NFL team plays home games at NRG stadium, home of The Los Angeles Rams, which is also the home to both the New York Giants and the Denver Broncos.
Field: This is the largest stadium in the city of Houston, home to a large number of professional football teams.
The NRG Sports Complex, home not only of the NFL team but also the Houston Texans and the New Orleans Saints, hosts the NFL Combine.
The Houston Texans play home baseball games at Minute Maid Park, which also hosts the NBA’s Houston Rockets.
NR G Field: The stadium hosts the Super Bowl XLIX game between the Denver Nuggets and the Los Angeles Lakers.
AT Field: Home of the Kansas City Chiefs, home field for the NFL San Francisco Raiders, and home of one of the top professional soccer teams in the world, the Brazilian club Atlético Nacional.
The home field of the Mexican club Atléti also plays host to some of the most important matches in the league, including the 2016 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
Levi’s Field: At home of professional soccer’s San Jose Earthquakes, Levi’s has a stadium capacity of nearly 1,400,000.
The venue hosts several international soccer matches and the MLS’s MLS SuperDraft, which takes place at the stadium.
AT’s Stadium: This stadium hosts some of Major League Soccer’s best teams, including New England Revolution, who play home matches at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts.
The MLS team plays the 2017 season at AT’s stadium, which will be the home field to both MLS’s Boston Breakers and the Montreal Impact.
Toyota Stadium: Home field of Major Hockey’s Colorado Avalanche, home for the US men’s national team, and a major international soccer stadium, this stadium hosts both the 2016 and 2020 Olympics.
NRF Field: NRF stadium in Arlington is home of US soccer’s Colorado Rapids, which play home match at NRF Stadium in Houston.
NR Stadium: A major football stadium, NR Stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah, hosts Major League Baseball’s Arizona Diamondbacks and the NHL’s Anaheim Ducks.
The two teams play home soccer games at the NRG Park.
ATN Field: A football stadium for the MLS, ATN Stadium in Dallas hosts the 2017 MLS Cup Playoffs, as well as the MLS All-Star Game and the 2017 FIFA World Championships.
AT Stadium: AT Stadium hosts the MLS Super Bowl, which pits the San Jose Sharks against the Houston Astros, and also hosts MLS games.
Levi, Gila and Alamodome: The Alamodomede Stadium in Phoenix hosts the USMNT’s games and the NFL and NFLPA’s Super Bowls.
NRB Field: Levi’s stadium in Minneapolis hosts the Minnesota Vikings and NFL football.
Levi Stadium: Levi Stadium hosts both Super Bowl games.
Levi has hosted the Superbowl since the 1970s.
The Levi’s home field is also home to MLB’s