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Sports Stadiums/Arenas

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By: Brayden Ireland  


A if for Arrowhead Stadium

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Arrowhead Stadium is located in Kansas City, Missouri. When you  enter you can be greeted by the  Kansas City Hall of Honor.       


B is for Beaver Stadium

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Beaver Stadium is located in University Park, PA and has the  spot of third most capacity in  the U.S   


C is for Cotton Bowl

The location of the Cotton Bowl  is Dallas, TX. It host two of the  most elite teams in the NCAA  every year.     


D is for Bryant-Denny Stadium

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Bryant-Denny Stadium is located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The  stadium has a capacity of about  102,000 people.       


E is for Edward Jones Dome

Edward Jones Stadium is located  in St. Louis, Missouri. The  stadium home to the St. Louis  Rams.          


F is for Fedex Field

Fedex Field is located in Hyattsville, Maryland. The  stadium was built in a record 17  months.     


G is for Giant Center

Giant Center is located in  Hershey, PA and is real close to  the famous Chocolate World and  Hershey Park.      


H is for Heinz Field

Heinz Field is located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The  pittsburgh steelers have a total  of 6 super bowls won. They have  the most superbowl wins.          


I is for Inver Stadium

Inver Stadium is located in Northern Ireland          


J is for Jordan Hare Stadium

Jordan Hare Stadium is located in Auburn, Alabama. The team  has a total of 12 championships.     


K is for Kyle Field

Kyle Field is located in College Station, Texas. It is known for  the famous 12th man.         


L is for L.A. Memorial Coliseum

L.A Memorial Coliseum is located in Los Angeles, California. L.A. is  also home to the L.A. Lakers           


M is for Michigan Stadium

Michigan Stadium is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The place  is also called “The Big House”       


N is for Neyland Stadium

Neyland Stadium is located in  Knoxville, Tennessee. It is known  for its famous checker end  zones.       


O is for Ohio Stadium

Ohio Stadium is located in Columbus, Ohio. The stadium is  famous for being called “The  Shoe”           


P is for Paul Brown Stadium

Paul Brown Stadium is located in Cincinnati, Ohio. The whole  stadium almost covers 2,000,000  square feet.         


Q is for Quicken Loans Arena

Quicken Loans Arena is located in Cleveland, Ohio. Have you  noticed this is the third place in  a row that is in Ohio?       


R is for Rose Bowl

The Rose Bowl is located in Pasadena, California. The Rose  Bowl is a stadium where it hosts  two of the most elite teams in  college that season.     


S is for Sanford Stadium

Sanford Stadium is located in Athens, Georgia. It is home to  the Bulldogs and the bulldogs are  a phenomenal college football  team.        


T is for Tiger Stadium

Tiger Stadium is located in Detroit, Michigan.            


U is for University of Phoenix Stadium

The University of Phoenix Stadium is located in Phoenix,  Arizona       


V is for Victory Field

Victory Field is located in Indianapolis, IN              


My book is about sports stadiums and arenas in the United States. My book includes sports place from all levels of sports 

Sports Stadiums/Arenas  

My book is about sports stadiums and arenas in the United States. My book includes sports place from all levels of sports that are from ever...

Sports Stadiums/Arenas  

My book is about sports stadiums and arenas in the United States. My book includes sports place from all levels of sports that are from ever...

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