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  1. One Last Time: Good-bye to Yankee Stadium by Ray Negron, 2009-03-01
  2. Shea Stadium (NY) (Images of Baseball) by Jason D. Antos, 2007-09-19
  3. Cities and Sports Stadiums: A Planning Handbook by Roger L. Kemp, 2009-04-13
  4. Seats New York: 150 Seating Plans to New York Metro Area Theatres, Concert Halls & Sports Stadiums by Jodé Susan Millman, 2002-09-13
  5. Stadium Stories: New England Patriots (Stadium Stories Series) by Jim Donaldson, 2005-08-01
  6. The Stadium Game by Martin J. Greenberg, 2001-02
  7. European Football Stadiums: Including All World Cup 2006 Venues by Michael Heatley, 2006-04-20
  8. Texas Stadium: America's Home Field by Mac Engel, 2008-09-15
  9. Field of Schemes: How the Great Stadium Swindle Turns Public Money into Private Profit by Joanna Cagan, Neil De Mause, 2002-07-01
  10. Hokie Games: Virginia Tech Football Game by Game 1945-2006 by Rich Tandler, 2007-09-15
  11. Stadium Games: Fifty Years of Big League Greed and Bush League Boondoggles by Jay Weiner, 2000-03-13
  12. Baseball in America: From Sandlots to Stadiums, a Portrait of Our National Passion by 50 of Today's Leading Photographers by Bernard Ohanian, 1991-03
  13. The Roman Colosseum: The story of the world's most famous stadium and its deadly games (Wonders of the World Book) by Elizabeth Mann, 2006-09-12
  14. Memories of Yankee Stadium by Scott Pitoniak, 2008-03-25

81. USA Stadium - Millington
Listing of events and local services.
USA Stadium
Millington, Tenn.
Former USA Olympic Baseball Training Site
Gulf South Conference Championship USA Classic Participant Records
Service Academy Spring Classic Participant Records
NJCAA Division 2 World Series Tournament Records
Participant Records

NABF High School World Series USA Stadium History Video 2010 Tournament Results
February 26-28
USA College Invitational
Pittsburgh claimed the title with an undefeated weekend over Bradley, Toledo, and Memphis. March 5-7 JUCO Weekend Iowa Central, Parkland (IL), and Muscatine (IA) shared the title - each going 4-1 on the weekend. Florissant Valley (MO) finished 2-3, Lakeland (OH) went 1-4, while Carl Sandburg (IL) dropped all five. March 31-April 3 USA Classic National High School Invitational 1st - MUS 5th - Glenbard 9th - Germantown 13th - Millington 2nd - CBHS 6th - Henry Clay 10th - Briarcrest 14th - Munford 3rd - Freedom 7th - Cape Central 11th - Elmwood 15th - Lane Tech 4th - Lewisburg 8th - Springboro 12th - Waukegan 16th - Marked Tree Cape Central def. Lane Tech

82. The Stadium Guide - The Guide To The Football Stadiums In Europe
Pictures, information, links, directions, and ticket information from around Europe.
THE STADIUM GUIDE Welcome to the Stadium Guide!
The Stadium Guide is the largest and most complete guide on the Internet dedicated to the football stadia of Europe.
We offer you:
- More than 750 football stadiums
- More than 3,000 pictures
- More than 6,000 links
- Stadia from the past
- Stadia from the future
about football stadia
- Directions to the stadia
- Ticket information - Information about stadium tours - Information about World Cup 2006 tournaments Last update: 6 June 2007 We are currently very busy working on a new design for the website with many new features. Therefore updates may not appear as regularly as in the past. We expect to go live with the new website mid August. Please keep visiting the website!

83. Stadiacard Home Page ‹ Smartcards, Membership Cards, Ticketing Software, Acces
Stadiacard supply advanced stadium access and ticketing solutions, using RFID smart card technology.
Smartcards Home About Us Press Releases ... Ticketing
Welcome to and to the most advanced stadium solutions available.
Stadiacard supplies and supports a complete turnkey solution for ticketing, customer relationship management and turnstile access at football stadiums or any sports stadium. It consists of Stadiacard's SELECT Ticketing, CRM and smart card/barcode Access Control System
Using contactless smart cards with RFID technology gives many benefits including:
  • Improved security in the stadium. Elimination of ticket touting. Reduced need for match day tickets. Ticket production cost savings to the club. Opening new avenues of revenue generation.
There are no losers, everyone wins, so if you want to be ahead of the game -
Be part of the contactless smart card revolution. Ticketing System Stadiacard has developed Select, an event ticketing system with Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Access Control built in.The Ticket Office... [Read More] What are people saying? Here are some comments from clubs and supporters:"Our experience of Stadiacard has been one of excellent and proactive support, which has given...

84. StadiaPostcards: Stadium Postcards & Attendance Statistics / Cartoline Stadio St
A collection of postcards, in colour and black and white, of stadia from around the world.
Community Aggiungi lista preferiti Aggiungi lista nera Invia ad un amico Crea Profilo Blog Video Sito Foto Amici Esplora La pagina utilizza frame, che non sono supportati dal browser in uso.

85. Stadium Tour Home Page
Booking details for a ninety minute tour.

86. Welcome To Wembley Stadium
The official site of the national stadium with news, the new design, webcam, virtual tour, photographs, downloads, Club Wembley seats, and contacts.
Take That to play Wembley Stadium
Six nights at Wembley Stadium as part of 2011's European Tour.
San Francisco 49ers v Denver Broncos - 31 October 2010
The NFL returns to Wembley on Sunday 31 October.
Take That to play Wembley Stadium
Six nights at Wembley Stadium as part of 2011's European Tour.
San Francisco 49ers v Denver Broncos - 31 October 2010
The NFL returns to Wembley on Sunday 31 October.
Site map

87. Wembley Returns
Celebrating the old and new Wembley Stadium. A collection of pictures recording the past, the demolition, and the rebuilding of the stadium. Anecdotes and memories from visitors.'send.htm
The Demolition
of Wembley Stadium
Wednesday 16th May.
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88. AC Milan Online V4.0 | The San Siro Stadium
Brief profile and history of the stadium.

89. The Stadium Guide - Poland
Stadium information, club information, pictures, links.
COUNTRY INFORMATION Full country name: Republic of Poland
Area: 312,685 sq km
Capital city: Warsaw (pop: 1,750,000)
Soccer Association: PZPN (Polski Zwiazek Pilki Noznej)
Name 1st League: I Liga (14 clubs)
Name 2nd League: II Liga (18 clubs) INTERNET Country:

Football Association:
PZPN - Official Site
STADIUMS POLISH STADIUMS City Club Stadium Chorzow Stadion Slaski Groclin Groclin Grodzisk Stadion Groclin Kielce SSA Kolporter Korona Stadion Kielce Krakow MKS Cracovia Stadion Cracovia Krakow Wisla Krakow Stadion Wisly Lodz Widzew Lodz Stadion Widzewa Lubin Zaglebie Lubin SSA Stadion Zaglebie Plock Wisla Plock Stadion Plock Poznan Lech Poznan Stadion Lecha Warsaw Legia Warszawa Stadion Wojska Polskiego Warsaw KS Polonia Warszawa Stadion Polonia Wronki Amica Wronki Stadion Amica Zabrze Gornik Zabrze Stadion Zabrzu

90. City Of Manchester Stadium - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
This Wikipedia entry includes stadium information and links.
City of Manchester Stadium
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search City of Manchester Stadium
UEFA Elite Stadium
Location Sportcity, Rowsley St, Manchester Coordinates 53°28′59″N 2°12′1″W ... 53.48306°N 2.20028°W Broke ground Opened 25 July 2002 ( Athletics
10 August 2003 ( Football Expanded Owner Manchester City Council Operator Manchester City F.C. Surface Desso GrassMaster Construction cost
£30 million (football conversion) Architect Arup Associates Capacity Football
Commonwealth Games
Field dimensions Tenants Manchester City F.C. (2003–present)
2002 Commonwealth Games

2008 UEFA Cup Final

UEFA Women's Euro 2005

See music concerts
The City of Manchester Stadium in Bradford Manchester England is the home ground of Manchester City Football Club . The stadium is also referred to as Eastlands and sometimes abbreviated as CoMS Originally designed as part of Manchester's failed bid for the 2000 Summer Olympics , the stadium was built for the 2002 Commonwealth Games white elephant , it was decided that Manchester City would inherit the stadium after the games and it was ultimately converted for use for football The stadium is bowl-shaped, with two tiers all the way around the ground and a third tier along the two side stands. As of the beginning of the 2010/11 season, it is the

91. MLB Stadiums - MLB Seating Charts - MLB News
Showcases stadium news, weather, seating charts, directions and specifications.
Home MLB
Available Seating Charts Stadium Guides MLB Stadiums
NFL Stadiums

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92. Raymond James Stadium
Information on the teams stadium with maps, directions, seating and ticket information, and pictorial tour.
Super Bowl XLIII on February 1, 2009. Raymond James is the official investment services and financial planning provider of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Raymond James Stadium is managed by Tampa Sports Authority

93. Cape Town Stadium - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Features stadium description, location, and history, plus World Cup information.
Cape Town Stadium
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Cape Town Stadium Location Green Point Cape Town South Africa Coordinates ... 33.9034611°S 18.4111528°E Broke ground 26 March 2007 Opened 14 December 2009 Owner City of Cape Town Operator SAIL/Stade de France Surface Grass Construction cost R 4.4 billion
600 million
415 million) Architect GMP Architects, Louis Karol Architects, Point Architects General Contractor Murray and Roberts / WBHO Capacity 64,100 (FIFA)
55,000 (Legacy) ( football Tenants Ajax Cape Town The Cape Town Stadium Afrikaans Kaapstad-stadion Xhosa Inkundla yezemidlalo yaseKapa in Cape Town South Africa is a newly built stadium that was used for the 2010 FIFA World Cup During the planning stage it was known as the Green Point Stadium , which was the name of the previous stadium on the site, and this name was also used frequently during World Cup media coverage. The stadium is located in Green Point , between Signal Hill and the Atlantic Ocean , close to the Cape Town city centre and to the , a popular tourist and shopping venue. The stadium has a capacity of 64,100.

94. CNN - Dozens Die In Stadium Accident - Oct. 16, 1996
Dozens die in stadium accident - Oct. 16, 1996.
Dozens die in stadium accident
October 16, 1996
Web posted at: 11:10 p.m. EDT(2310 GMT) GUATEMALA CITY (CNN) At least 40 people died and more than 150 were injured in an accident in Guatemala City just before a World Cup qualifying match Wednesday night between Guatemala and Costa Rica, authorities said. The accident occurred when spectators tried to jam into a tunnel, authorities said. There were reports that the accident occurred after a gate collapsed. Many panicked spectators were trampled or suffocated in a general seating area of the stadium, witnesses said. Radio reports said scores of bodies were laid out on the field. Guatemala and Costa Rica were about to begin play at Mateo Flores National Stadium when the accident occurred. President Alvaro Arzu of Guatemala and President Jose Maria Figueres of Costa Rica were scheduled to attend the game, but neither was in the stadium at the time. CNN sources at Channel 6 Costa Rica confirm 40 people were crushed to death. Channel 6 reported that the stadium was filled with at least 47,000 fans. It was built to hold 36,000. The match was canceled.

95. News Article
Explosion at Swedish stadium blunts Olympic hopes - Aug. 25, 1997.

96. Priestfield Stadium - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
This Wikipedia entry gives information on the stadium.
Priestfield Stadium
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Krbs Priestfield Stadium Jump to: navigation search Priestfield
External view of the Medway Stand Full name Priestfield Stadium Location Gillingham Kent Coordinates 51°23′3.3″N ... 51.38425°N 0.5607528°E Built Opened Owner Priestfield Developments Ltd Operator Gillingham F.C. Surface Grass Capacity Field dimensions 114 by 75 yards Tenants Gillingham F.C. (1893–present)
Priestfield Stadium (popularly known simply as Priestfield and officially known from 1 June 2007 to 1 July 2010 as KRBS Priestfield Stadium for sponsorship purposes) is a football stadium in Gillingham Kent . It has been the home of Gillingham Football Club since the club's formation in 1893, and was also the temporary home of for two seasons during the 1990s. The stadium has also hosted women's and youth international matches. The stadium underwent extensive redevelopment during the late 1990s, which has brought its capacity down from nearly 20,000 to a current figure of 11,582. It has four all-seater stands, all constructed since 1997, although one is only of a temporary nature. There are also conference and banqueting facilities and a nightspot named the Blues Rock Café. Despite having invested heavily in its current stadium, Gillingham F.C. has plans to relocate to a new stadium.

97. Gateshead International Stadium - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
This Wikipedia entry gives information on the stadium.
Gateshead International Stadium
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Coordinates 54°57′40″N ... 54.96111°N 1.57972°W This article does not cite any references or sources
Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed (July 2009) Tyne and Wear County Stand at Gateshead International Stadium Gateshead International Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium , in Gateshead Tyne and Wear England . The stadium is primarily set up for athletics , with a running track, but it is home to Gateshead Thunder rugby league club, Gateshead Senators American Football and Gateshead FC . It has also held a number of international rugby league matches. The stadium is also known by the name Thunderdome when used by Gateshead Thunder. The stadium has a capacity of 11,800, all seated. Most of the seating is not undercover, though the Tyne and Wear County Stand is covered, and holds 3,300 people. This is the only stand used for most rugby and football matches. The stadium lends its name to a nearby station on the Tyne and Wear Metro The stadium was originally opened in August 1955 and was then known as the Gateshead Youth Stadium On 11 June 2006, the spectators for the

98. Galpharm Stadium - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
This Wikipedia entry gives information on the stadium.
Galpharm Stadium
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Galpharm Stadium Full name Galpharm Stadium Former names Alfred McAlpine Stadium Location Huddersfield England Coordinates 53°39′15″N ... 53.65417°N 1.76833°W Built Opened Owner consortium Operator KSDL (Kirklees Stadium Development Ltd.) Surface Grass with Under-soil heating Capacity Field dimensions 115 x 76 yards Tenants Huddersfield Town and Huddersfield Giants The Galpharm Stadium (formerly the Alfred McAlpine Stadium ) is a multi-use sports stadium located in Huddersfield in West Yorkshire England
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The Galpharm Stadium seats 24,500 people along with hospitality boxes and conference rooms. There are four stands. The Direct Golf UK 'main' Stand (often referred to as the Riverside Stand) incorporates two-tiers, with a row of 26 executive boxes running between the two tiers. The Britannia Rescue Stand, across from the Riverside and commonly referred to at the Kilner Bank Stand, is a large, single-tiered stand which seats over 7,000. It was previously sponsored by John Smith's and is still called this by many today. The Pink Link South Stand is usually allocated to away fans and seats 4,054. This is built into natural banking and is the most basic of the stands. The Fantastic Media North stand is the tallest stand with two tiers, 16 hospitality boxes and a viewing room for players' guests. The lower tier consists of temporary seating that can be removed for events such as concerts.

99. De Montfort Park - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
This Wikipedia entry gives information on the stadium.'s_Stadium
De Montfort Park
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Marston's Stadium Jump to: navigation search Greene King Stadium Full name De Montfort Park Former names Marston's Stadium (2004-2008) Location Leicester Road,


52°33′32.82″N ... 52.5591167°N 1.3404°W Broke ground Built Opened 5 March 2005 Owner Hinckley United Operator Hinckley United Surface Grass Construction cost £4 Million Architect Savage Hayward Main contractors FE Downes LTD Capacity 4329 (630 seated) Field dimensions
Tenants Hinckley United
Hinckley FC

Aston Villa Reserves
(in 2009) De Montfort Park is the home of Hinckley United , an English football club from Hinckley Leicestershire . The club currently plays in the Conference North Simon de Montfort, 6th Earl of Leicester The flagship of the complex is the Greene King Stadium , a 4,329 capacity purpose-built football ground, also comprising gymnasium, sports injury clinic and a social club. The Stadium opened in March 2005 when Stalybridge Celtic were the first team to play Hinckley United on the ground, in front of a crowd of over 2000

100. Bridge Road, Impington - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
This Wikipedia entry gives information on the stadium.
Bridge Road, Impington
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Glassworld Stadium Jump to: navigation search Bridge Road Full name The Glassworld Stadium Location Bridge Road, Impington Built Opened Owner Histon Football Club Capacity 4,300 (1,700 seated) Tenants Histon Bridge Road , also known as the Glassworld Stadium for sponsorship purposes, is a football stadium in Impington , a small village connected to Histon in Cambridgeshire England The ground is owned by a trust called Histon Football Club Holdings, who guarantee the use of the facility for sports purposes. Histon F.C. rent the ground from the trust for free. It is the home ground of Histon F.C. and has a capacity of 3,800 with approximately 1,700 covered seats. Recently the ground has gone under a transformation improving its facilities ensuring that it is of a high enough standard to allow The Stutes to be promoted to the Conference National - as recently as 2003 the club only had covering in the main stand for around 350 fans and a small 'temporary' covered standing area which held around 150 fans. The ground's main structures are two grandstands situated at the entrance to the ground, running down one side of the pitch. Opposite is a smaller covered stand, and covered terraces are found behind each goal. The away end is called 'Bridge Road' in reference to the road it runs adjacent to; it is behind the goal to the right of the main grandstand looking from it. The opposite terrace is called the Rec End by the Histon fans.

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