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America’s Sports Stadiums  

Picture by Pittsburgh Steelers.         

                             

​By: Brooke Gaus


A ​is for Angels Stadium

  Photo by Glendora City News   

Angel Stadium is the 4th oldest stadium in the country.      


B​ ​ is for Bryant Denny Stadium

 

Photo RateYourSeats.com    

This Stadium is an outdoor stadium in the Southwestern United States.     


C ​is for Cotton Bowl Stadium

Photo for Tripadviser   

The Cotton Bowl is held at the Cowboy’s Stadium.              


D​

is for Darrell K Royal Stadium  

Photo by Sowega Live   

Darrell K Royal was a football coach for Mississippi State University.         


E​

is for EverBank Field

Photo by Hospitality Online   

EverBank Field is the home of the Jacksonville, Florida Jaguars.             


F​

is for FedEx Field  

Photo by Soltesz   

FedEx Field is where the Redskins play.            


G​ is for Ben Hill Griffin Stadium

Photo by Yelp 

This stadium is properly known as  “The Swamp”.     


H​

is for Heinz Field

Photo by RateYourSeats.com 

Heinz Field is where the Pittsburgh Steelers play football.       


I ​is for Independence Stadium  

Photo by ULMWarhawks 

The Independence Stadium is where the independence bowl is.         


J ​is for Jordan-Hare Stadium  

Photo by Saturday Down South 

Auburn University plays football at Jordan-Hare .       


K​ is for Kylee Field

Photo by Texas A&M Athletics    

Kyle Field is on the campus Texas A&M University in College Station.   


L​ is for Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

Photo by Wikipedia  

Is an American outdoor football stadium.          


M​

is for​ Michigan Stadium    

Photo by International Champions Cup 

The Blue House is another name for this stadium.              


N​

is for Neyland Stadium  

Photo by The Tennessean  

This field is located in Knoxville, Tennessee.            


O​

is for Ohio Stadium  

Photo by The-Ozone  

Ohio Stadium is known as the Horseshoe stadium.       


P ​is for Paul Brown Stadium

Photo by Cincinnati Brown 

This stadium is the home of the Bengals.                            


Q ​is for Qualcomm Stadium    

Photo by Stadiums of Pro Football  

In September 2017 the stadium was renamed SDCCU Stadium after San Diego Credit  Union.     


R ​is for Rose Bowl Stadium

Photo by Tournament of Roses  

The Rose Bowl Stadium is the nation’s most famous college football stadium.       


S ​is for Sanford Stadium  

  Photo by SeatGeek 

This stadium is the 10th largest U.S stadium.               


T ​is for Tiger Stadium

  Photo by LSU Athletics 

It was named after owner Frank Navin.            


U ​is for U.S Bank Stadium    

Photo by Wikipedia  

The 52nd Super Bowl was at U.S Bank Stadium.                


V​

is for Vaught-Hemingway Stadium

Photo by The University of Mississippi Foundation 

The home of the University of Mississippi Rebels.           


W ​is for Williams-Brice Stadium

Photo by Columbia SC 

Represents South Carolina University in Columbia South Carolina.         


X ​is for Xcel Energy Center  

Photo by Xcel Energy Center 

It’s named Xcel Center Stadium, because that is it’s sponsor.            


Y ​is for Yankee Stadium

Photo by Wikipedia  

Home of the New York Yankees.          


Z ​is for Zephyr Stadium

Photo by Talk  

This stadium is now called Shrine on Airline, but used to be called Zephyr Stadium.             


​ ​Summary My story is about Sports Stadiums. All the  stadiums are in the United States. These  stadiums are not all football stadiums. Some  of them are hockey stadiums, also there are  baseball fields.       

American Sports Stadiums  

My story is about Sports Stadiums. All the stadiums are in the United States. These stadiums are not all football stadiums. Some of them are...

American Sports Stadiums  

My story is about Sports Stadiums. All the stadiums are in the United States. These stadiums are not all football stadiums. Some of them are...

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