Welcome to Camp Nou! - Home of the FC Barcelona. This stadium can host over 98,000 visitors. Enjoy the game! Barça, Barça, Barça Read more.
See how the seating-area signs glow blue for the Giants and green for the Jets. The two teams squabbled over every detail of this $1.7 billion stadium, from the architecture to portable toilets. Read more.
Chicago-style dogs were a clear audience favorite when the World Cup was held at Soldier Field in 1994. Fans ate over 10,000 hot dogs per game, giving international visitors a taste of Chicago. Read more.
Built in 1915, Schoellkopf Stadium is home to Cornell's football, sprint football, lacrosse and field hockey teams. Commencement is held here in May. Read more.
CBC Metro Morning host Matt Galloway on My Toronto: "The great thing about the Toronto FC is you don’t feel like you’re at a hockey game, it’s more like being a part of something." Read more.
Home of the Yomiuri Giants baseball theme, Tokyo Dome is easily accessible from JR Suidobashi, or the Tokyo Metro Korakuen line. Read more.
On the facade of the upper deck, the Dolphins Honor Roll lists the names of Dolphin legends including Joe Robbie, Don Shula, and the 1972 undefeated team that won Super Bowl VII. Read more.
According to the National Hot Dog & Sausage Council, Wrigley Field and Yankee Stadium tied for home of the best stadium hot dog in 2008. Read more.
When it’s game time, the Carrier Dome lives up to its nickname — “The Loudhouse.” Don't forget to try the Dome Stomp: stand in between the outer ridges of the building and jump! Read more.
U.S. Cellular Field opened on April 18, 1991, across the street from old White Sox Park / Comiskey Park, which was built in 1910. Read more.
Wander over to the old Spectrum and check out memorial statue of famous Flyers anthem singer, Kate Smith. Read more.
Watch out for the Mets' power-hitting outfielder Jason Bay: He's one of the 10 streakiest hitters in baseball, either very hot or ice cold — and, so far this season, the latter. Read more.