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Americas Stadiums and Arenas By: Hunter Barrick

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A ​is for Angels Stadium

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Angels Stadium can be found in Anaheim Cali. The stadium opened on April 9 1966. They still play baseball games there today.


B​ Is for Beaver Stadium

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Beaver stadium is the home of the Penn State Nittany Lions. The Nittany Lions are in the Big 10 division. Beaver Stadium was built in 1960 and can hold more than 106,000 people.


C ​is for Coors Field

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Coors field is the home of the Colorado Rockies. The first game played at Coors Field was on April 26 1995 between the Colorado Rockies and New York Mets. Coors Field seats over 50,000 people.


D​ is for Dodger Stadium

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Dodger Stadium is the home of the LA Dodgers. The stadium opened on April 10 1962. The stadium seats 56,000 people. One of the Dodgers star pitchers has a record of 144 wins and 64 losses and has struck out 2,120 batters. (Clayton Kershaw)


E ​is for Everbank field

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Everbank field is the home of the Jacksonville Jaguars. It is located in Jacksonville Florida. Everbank field opened on August 18 1995. Everbank field seats over 67,000 fans.


F ​is for Firstenergy Stadium

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Firstenergy Stadium seats over 73,000 fans. Firstenergy stadium opened on September 12 1999. It is the home of the Cleveland Browns who last season had 0 wins and 16 losses.


G ​Golden ​1 center

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The Golden 1 Center is the home of the Sacramento Kings. The Kings are located in Sacramento California. The Golden 1 Center seats only a little over 17,000 people.


H​ is for Heinz Field

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Heinz Field is the home of the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers lead the NFL for most Super Bowl wins with 6. Heinz Field seats over 68,000 fans. Many legends have played for the Steelers like Terry Bradshaw and Jerome Bettis.


I ​is for Indiana Pacers

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The Indiana Pacers are an NBA team. There arena is called Bankers Life Fieldhouse. They are located in Indiana. Their arena seats 20,000 fans.


J ​is for Jacksonville Jaguars

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The Jacksonville Jaguars are a NFL team. They play their home games at Everbank Field in Florida. The stadium seats over 67,000. The stadium opened in 1995.


K ​is for Kauffman Stadium

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Kauffman Stadium is the home of the Kansas City​ ​Royals. They are in the AL conference. Kauffman Stadium seats over 37,000 people. The stadium opened April 10 1973.


L ​is for Lincoln Financial Field

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Lincoln Financial Field is the home of the Philadelphia Eagles.The Eagles are going to Super Bowl 52. The stadium opened on August 3rd 2003. The stadium seats over 69,000 fans. The Eagles were the 2017-18 NFL Super Bowl Champions.


M​ is for Madison Square Garden

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The Madison Square Garden is the home of the New York Knicks. The Knicks play in New York City. Their arena holds more than 20,000 fans. Madison Square Garden opened on February 11 1968.


N​ is for New York Mets

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The New York Mets are an MLB team. They play at Citi Field. Citi Field opened on March 29 2009. Citi Field seats over 41,000 people.


O​ is for Oracle Arena

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Oracle Arena is the home of the Golden State Warriors. The Warriors have won 3 NBA championships. Oracle Arena seats over 19,000 fans. Oracle Arena opened on November 9 1966. Their one All Star Stephen Curry set the NBA record for 3 pointers in a game.


P ​is for P​N​C Park

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PNC Park is the home of the Pittsburgh Pirates. PNC Park seats over 38,000 fans. PNC Park opened in March 31 2001.


Q​

is for Quicken Loans Arena

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Quicken Loans Arena is the home of the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Cavaliers won the NBA championship in 2016. The arena seats over 20,000 fans. The arena opened on October 17 1994.


R​

is for Roger Centre

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Rogers Centre is the home of the Toronto Blue Jays. Rogers Centre seats over 53,000 fans. Rogers Centre was opened on June 3rd 1989. The Rogers Centre is the only MLB baseball stadium outside the United States.


S​ is for Staples Center

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The Staples Center is the home of the LA Lakers and the La Clippers. The stadium seats 21,000 fans. The arena opened on October 17 1999. The arena holds over 250 events and more than 4 million guests per year. The arena holds events like sports and boxing to the annual GRAMMY awards, live music and family shows.


T​

is for The Pavillion

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The Pavillion is the home of Villanova's basketball teams. The Pavilion is located in Pennsylvania.


U​

is for University of Maryland Football.

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Maryland's football stadium is called Byrds Stadium. Byrd stadium seats over 54,000 fans. Their stadium opened on September 30 1950. It is one of the oldest football stadiums.


V​is for Virginia Football

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The Virginia Cavaliers football team plays in Scott Stadium. The stadium seats over 61,000 fans. The stadium opened on October 15 1931. It is also a old stadium.


W ​is for Wells Fargo Center.

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Wells Fargo Center is the home of the Philadelphia Sixers and the Flyers. The arena holds over 19,000 fans. The arena opened on August 31 1996. Big Springs boys team played a game at Wells Fargo Center on December 21 2017 against James Buchanan and won.


X​is for Xcel Energy Center

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The Xcel Energy Center is the home of the Minnesota Wild. The Minnesota Wild are a NHL team. The arena seats over 20,000 fans. The arena opened on September 29 2000.


Y​is for Yale basketball

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Yale is a college for really smart people. Their arena is called Payne Whitney Gym. The college Yale is located in New Haven Connecticut.


Z ​is for Zephyr Field

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Zephyr field is the home of the New Orleans Baby Cakes. Zephyr field is located in New Orleans Louisiane.


Summary: My book was about the different sports stadiums/arenas in the United States. I learned about a lot about stadiums/ arenas that I never knew before. I also never knew that there was a sports stadium that started with the letter Z. I also learned a lot about college stadiums and arenas that I never knew before. I also learned a lot Zephyr Field that is a Minor League baseball stadium. I learned that the Staples Center holds a lot of events like the GRAMMY awards. That is just some of the things that I learned. Out of all of the stadiums/arenas I picked Beaver Stadium seats the most fans with over 106,000 people.

Americas Stadiums and Arenas  
Americas Stadiums and Arenas  

My book is about the different sports stadiums/arenas in the United States. I learned about a lot about stadiums/ arenas that I never knew b...

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