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#1 SouthernWingsFan

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Posted 06 August 2008 - 07:10 PM

Did a thread like this a while back, thought it'd be cool to see what stadiums people have visited to catch a game throughout their life. Two of the states have plenty, so I put those last to make it easier to skim over. biggrin.gif

Michigan
Joe Louis Arena (Detroit Red Wings)

Mississippi
Mississippi Gulf Coast Coliseum - Biloxi (Mississippi Sea Wolves - ECHL)
Roberts Stadium - Hattiesburg (Southern Mississippi Univ. football)

Alabama
Ladd Peebles Stadium - Mobile (GMAC Bowl)

California
Qualcomm Stadium (San Diego State football, Poinsettia Bowl, San Diego Padres)
Dodger Stadium (Los Angeles Dodgers)
Angel Stadium - Anaheim (Los Angeles Angels - old Angel stadium before major renovations)

Utah
LaVell Edwards Stadium - Provo (BYU football)

Illinois
Wrigley Field (Chicago Cubs)

New York
Mitchie Stadium - West Point (Univ. of Army football - absolutely beautiful campus and facilities)

Tennessee
Liberty Bowl - Memphis (Liberty Bowl)

Louisiana
Louisiana Superdome (New Orleans Saints, Sugar Bowl, Tulane Univ. football, NCAA Basketball Tournament games)
New Orleans Arena (New Orleans Hornets, New Orleans VooDoo - Arena Football League, New Orleans Brass - ECHL)
Kiefer Lakefront Arena (Univ. of New Orleans basketball)
New Orleans Municipal Arena (New Orleans Brass - ECHL)
Fogelman Arena - New Orleans (Tulane Univ. basketball)
LSU Tiger Stadium - Baton Rouge (LSU football)
Peat Maravich Assembly Center - Baton Rouge (LSU basketball)
Cajundome (UL-Lafayette basketball/state high school basketball tourney)
Joe Aillet Stadium - Ruston (LA Tech football)
Turchin Stadium - New Orleans (Tulane Univ. baseball)
Zephyr Field - Metairie (New Orleans Zephyrs baseball - AAA minors)
Privateer Park - New Orleans (New Orleans Zephyrs baseball - AAA minors/Univ. of New Orleans baseball)

Texas
Amon Carter Stadium - Fort Worth (Texas Christian Univ. football)
Daniel Meyer Coliseum - Fort Worth (Texas Christian Univ. basketball)
Lupton Baseball Stadium - Fort Worth (Texas Christian Univ. baseball)
LaGrave Field (Fort Worth Cats - minor league baseball)
Fort Worth Convetion Center (Fort Worth Brahmas - Central Hockey League)
Texas Motor Speedway - Fort Worth/Justin (NASCAR)
American Airlines Arena (Dallas Stars, Dallas Desperados - Arena Football League)
Reunion Arena (Dallas Stars)
Cotton Bowl (Dallas Burn - Major League Soccer, Texas/Oklahoma annual football game, 1994 World Cup)
Gerald Ford Stadium - Dallas (Southern Methodist Univ. football)
Moody Coliseum - Dallas (Southern Methodist Univ. basketball)
Ballpark in Arlington (Texas Rangers)
Astrodome (Houston Astros, Houston Bowl)
Reliant Stadium (Houston Bowl)
Minute Maid Park (Houston Astros)
Rice Stadium - Houston (Rice Univ. football)
Toyota Center - Houston (Houston Aeros - AHL)
Texas Memorial Stadium - Austin (Univ. of Texas football)
Fouts Field - Denton (Univ. of North Texas football)
The Super Pit - Denton (Univ. of North Texas basketball)


Will be adding to this list in the fall...

Hughes Stadium - Fort Collins, CO (Colorado State football)

and tentatively...
Pepsi Center - Denver, CO (Colorado Avalanche)

Edited by SouthernWingsFan, 06 August 2008 - 07:18 PM.


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Posted 06 August 2008 - 07:48 PM

been to McNichols Arena, the Keil Center , The Joe, Comerica park. The Big House, Ford Feild, The Palace, SPartan Stadium,Van Andel in GR. There are more I think, but I dont remember
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Posted 06 August 2008 - 08:18 PM

Ok here we go.

Hockey:
1. Joe louis Arena
2. MSG
3. United Center
4. Pengrowth Saddledome
5. Pepsi center
5. Jobbing.com Arena
6. Staples Center
7. Honda Center
8. RBC Center


MLB:
1. Anaheim Stadium (or whatever the hell they call it now)
2. Chavez Ravine a.k.a Dodger Stadium
3. The 'Murph" Jack Murphy Stadium
4. Petco Park
5. Candlestick Park
6. Three Rivers Stadium
7. Safeco Field
8. Tiger Stadium

NFL:
1. LA Coliseum
2. Rose Bowl
3. Anaheim Stadium (Rams)

NBA:
1. Forum
2. LA Sports Arena
3. Staples

I am done. I have watched a lot of college football at the coliseum as well.

edit: repeated msg on my nhl list.

Edited by miller76, 07 August 2008 - 09:24 AM.

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Posted 06 August 2008 - 08:56 PM

Michigan
Joe Louis Arena
Tiger Stadium
Comerica Park
Ford Field
Spartan Stadium (MSU football)
Munn Ice Arena (MSU hockey)
Breslin Center (MSU basketball)
Oldsmobile Park (Lansing Lugnuts, minor league baseball)
Van Andel Arena (GR Griffins)
Lubbers Field (GVSU football)
Michigan Stadium
Crisler Arena (UM basketball. Saw a MSU/UM game there and met Mo Pete and Mateen's mothers)
Yost Arena (UM hockey)

Texas
Ameriquest Field (Saw the Rangers and Tigers. Great seats, almost caught a foul)
Minutemaid Park (Astros and Pirates, saw Clemens pitch)
Kyle Field (Texas A&M. You have never seen college football until you've seen an Aggie game)
Reed Arena (Texas A&M basketball)
Olsen Field (Texas A&M baseball, amazing atmosphere)
Luedecke Arena (Austin Ice Bats, CHL team. I caught a puck at the game during warmups)
Toyota Center (Houston Aeros against the Griffins. Saw Ozzie play for the Griffs during his rehab)
AT&T Center (San Antonio Rampage)
Reliant Stadium (Houston, saw the Texas Bowl there)
American Airlines Center (Stars)

Maryland
Camden Yards (Saw the Tigers take on the O's)
M&T Bank Stadium (Where the Ravens play. Saw the 2003 NCAA Lacrosse Final Four here)

Pennsylvania
Lincoln Financial Field (Where the Eagles play. Saw the 2005 NCAA Lacrosse Final Four here)

Arizona
Bank One Ballpark. (Saw the 4th game ever played here, happened to be in Phoenix when it opened)
America West Arena. (Saw the Suns play the Lakers. Pretty cool to see Shaq and Kobe)

Tennessee
Gaylord Entertainment Center (Seen a couple Preds games here. One against the Wings and one against the Stars)

Ohio
Riverfront Stadium. (Saw the Reds and Expos play.)

California
AT&T Ballpark (SF Giants)
McAfee Coliseum (Oakland A's)

I think that's all of them. I'll be adding California Memorial Stadium to my list in a few weeks when I see MSU and Cal play.

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Posted 06 August 2008 - 11:12 PM

lol I only have 2 on my list

BC Place (CFL game)
GM Place (NHL van/det game)

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Posted 06 August 2008 - 11:20 PM

Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum (A's)
HP Pavilion (Sharks/Concerts)

That is all.

I plan on adding the Joe to that list, whenever I can bother to get off my can and go visit the family out there.

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Posted 06 August 2008 - 11:21 PM

I havent been to many lol. and all in Michigan

Van Andel Arena - for a Griffins game and a Red Wings practice (and several concerts tongue.gif )

L.C. Walker Arena - for a Red Wings Alumni game

Joe Louis Arena - for a regular season game and a playoff game biggrin.gif

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Posted 07 August 2008 - 01:23 AM

When I was bored last year I tried to figure out how many sporting events I've attended and at how many venues. Here's what I came up with to this point:
Baseball/Softball:

Tiger Stadium-For a complete guess, I'd say 15 games. Seems reasonable since I used to really like baseball.
Comerica Park-3 games, two in one weekend (which was far too much baseball) and another game which included 3 hours of rain delays and overlapped with a Pistons/Spurs NBA Finals game. I was thrilled.
Wrigley Field-2 games, one which we were basically sitting in Ferris Bueller's seats, another in mid-April when it was like 25 degrees.
Comiskey Park (Now US Cellular Field)-1 game, horrifically hot. Bo Jackson homered though, which was cool.
Joker Merchant Stadium-4 games in one week. Ate a lot of strawberry shortcake.
Skeldon Stadium (Toledo Mudhens)-At least 2. My best guess is 3 games.
Ray Fisher Stadium (Michigan Baseball)-2 games.
Alumni Field (Michigan Softball)-I ran the music for a year, and worked an absurd number of tournament games, most of which were in looooong rain delays (a game between Illinois-Chicago and Tennessee ended at 2:15 am). My best guess is about 30 games.
Warner Park (Madison Mallards)-2 games.

Football:

Michigan Stadium-6 years of season tickets x average of 6 games per year, plus 3 in 2006, 1 in 2007, 2 in 1999 and one when we lost to Northwestern with Griese at QB. Includes the 100th Michigan/OSU game, and that wonderful, wonderful comeback vs. Michigan State. 43 games.
Lambeau Field-5 games. 4 of them at night. 4 in precipitation. 4 with Milwaukee fans. 2 wins. I saw Brett Favre break the all-time completions record though. And LeRoy Butler's last game.
Ford Field-1 game. Favre's 400th touchdown pass.
The Silverdome-6 games is my best guess. Saw Desmond Howard break the single-season return yardage record and Sterling Sharpe break the single-season completions record (at the time).
Rose Bowl-2 games: The snoozer against USC in 2004 and the epic battle with Texas.
Camp Randall Stadium-2 games: The Brett Bell game and the disaster in 2007.
Welsh Ryan Stadium (Northwestern)-1 game, though there were so many Michigan fans there, I might as well count it under the Michigan Stadium tally.
Ohio Stadium-1 game. And the only enjoyment I got out of it was watching that dude on his buddy's shoulders get pepper-sprayed and face-plant into the ground.
Notre Dame Stadium-1 game. 1 glorious, glorious game.
The Palace of Auburn Hills (Detroit Fury)-1 game. R Kal is Our Pal.

Hockey:

Joe Louis Arena-Best guess of 20 Wings games, 3 Jr. Red Wings games, roughly 22 college hockey games, including the 2007 GLI Championship. 45 games total.
The Palace of Auburn Hills-I went to a lot of Vipers games during that Turner Cup run. Best guess of about 15.
Yost Ice Arena-7 years of season tickets x 20 games or so a year (for my first 6 years, I had missed a total of 2 games that were included in our student ticket package), plus 2 Regionals, NTDP/NHL All-Stars game, 2007's victory over the Evil Empire in the Showcase = 149 games.
Munn Ice Arena (Michigan State)-4 games.
Ann Arbor Ice Cube-10 NTDP games.
Bowling Green State University Ice Arena-2 games.
Ewigleben Ice Arena (Ferris State)-1 game. Long-ass drive for one game.
Allen County War Memorial Coliseum (Ft. Wayne, IN)-1 Michigan/Notre Dame game. I think it was like 8-2 and TJ Hensick had the dirtiest goal I've ever seen in person.
Joyce Center (Notre Dame)-2 games. And they were both stellar. Because that wasn't the worst weekend EVER or anything....and at least I didn't throw a bottle of Powerade against the wall only to have it break all over my buddy's bag.
HSBC Arena (Buffalo...NCAA Frozen Four)-2 games. And let's never speak of the second one again. Didn't stay for the Championship. f*** you, Scott Hansen.
XCel Energy Center (St. Paul, MN....NCAA Frozen Four, 2007 Icebreaker)-4 games. Didn't stay for the Championship in 2002. Michigan/BC & Michigan/Minnesota in 2007.
Van Andel Arena (Grand Rapids, NCAA Regionals)-7 games.
Lawson Ice Arena (Western Michigan)-1 game.
Value City Arena (OSU)-2 games.
United Center-1 game.
Compuware Sports Arena (Plymouth Whalers)-2 games.
Windsor Arena (Windsor Spitfires)-Best guess 3 games.
Spartan Stadium-1 game, biggest crowd ever to watch a hockey game!
Broadbent Arena (Louisville, KY)-1 Louisville Icehawks game (ECHL).
Fraser Ice Arena-1 Motor City Mechanics game. Chelios and Hatcher vs. David Wyzgowski. Go figure.
Pepsi Center (Denver, CO...NCAA Frozen Four)-2008 Frozen Four. 3 events, including the NCAA Championship.

Basketball:

The Palace of Auburn Hills-15 or so Pistons games and I have a very vague recollection of seeing the Fab Five against some foreigners there, but I could've made that up. 16 games.
Cobo Hall-This had to be a UDM game. 1 game.
The Silverdome-1 game. A really really hot Pistons/Celtics playoff game. All I remember is that it was hot and we lost 99-98. I was like 5.
Crisler Arena-2 years of season tickets, 1 year of working every home game, 2 games or so in the Ellerbe era, 1 loss to Boston University, and Cheryl Burnett's first home game where we were supposed to throw mini-basketballs into the crowd when we scored our first basket. At the first media timeout, I was still holding the friggin little basketball. I never went to another women's game. 49 games.
Conseco Fieldhouse-1 game. Pistons/Pacers game 5 the year we won the title. The arena almost got hit by a tornado, it was the same day as the Indy 500, and the upper bowl was all Pistons fans. And we won.

Auto Racing:

Daytona International Speedway-4 days, 8 trips in bumper-to-bumper traffic from Orlando to Daytona and back, 1 Craftsman Truck through the fence causing a 2 1/2 hour delay, 6 races.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway-The first two Brickyard 400s. 2 races.
Michigan International Speedway-2 IndyCar races, 3 NASCAR races. 5 total.
The Raceway on Belle Isle-I went to the "Free Prix Day" pretty much every year. We'll go with 7 of those, 4 races themselves, plus the 2007 American Le Mans race. 12 events total.
Molson Indy Toronto-"Free Prix Day" while we happened to be in Toronto. They were filming "Driven". 1 event.
Lowe's Motor Speedway-2008 Coca-Cola 600. 1 event.

Churchill Downs-Never for the Derby, but I've been there 7 times. Met Paul Hornung there one time.

Other Michigan Sports:

Cliff Keen Arena (Michigan Volleyball)-Roughly 20 events.
Ocker Field (Michigan Field Hockey)-4 years of working games....probably seen about 30 games.
Michigan Soccer Field-3 years of working men's and women's games. We'll go with 40 games. That's far too much soccer.
Crisler Arena-1 wrestling match. Met Big Poppa Pump.

As of right now, that works out my best estimate of 575 sporting events at 52 different venues.

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Posted 07 August 2008 - 02:28 AM

GOOD LORD! You people have been EVERYWHERE.
I've been the Joe, Silverdome, Tiger Stadium, Windsor Arena, Palace.........
*scratches head*
I think that's about it.

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Posted 07 August 2008 - 07:39 AM

Not many here myself...

Reunion Arena
American Airlines Center
The Ballpark at Arlington
Staples Center
The Ponda
The Joe

That's pretty much it that's noteworthy... Alot of different High School football stadiums, but nothing that really stands out.

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Posted 07 August 2008 - 08:20 AM

Joe Louis Arena, only this year and for my first ever NHL game Game 2 Preds @ Wings

and some Jays game some years ago at the Rogers Centre...

It is my personal aspiration to take in an NHL game at every arena in the league at some point in my life.... preferably when the Wings are in town of course wink.gif

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Posted 07 August 2008 - 11:49 AM

Air Canada Centre (NHL and NBA)
Skydome aka Rogers Centre (MLB)
Safeco Field (MLB)

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Posted 07 August 2008 - 12:02 PM

Ive been to over a hundred football (saw-ker) stadiums in my time.

The only ones you yanks would maybe...nah sack it you wont have heard of any of them. There is no world outside of America.

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Posted 07 August 2008 - 03:36 PM

Michigan:
Joe Louis Arena
Comerica Park
Tiger Stadium
The Palace of Auburn Hills
Pontiac Silverdome

Ohio:
The Glass Bowl (Univerisity of Toledo football)
Savage Hall (University of Toledo basketball)
Perry Stadium (Bowling Green football)
Anderson Arena (Bowling Green basketball)
Fifth-Third Field (Toledo Mud Hens - Tigers AAA affiliate)
Quicken Loans Arena (Cleveland Cavaliers)
Progressive Field (Cleveland Indians)
Cleveland Browns Stadium
Fawcett Stadium (Pro Football Hall of Fame game)

Indiana:
Notre Dame Stadium - the best place in the world
The Joyce Center (Notre Dame basketball)

California:
Dodger Stadium
PETCO Park (San Diego Padres)

New York:
Yankee Stadium

Massachusetts:
Fenway Park

Flo Rida:
American Airlines Arena (Miami Heat)
The Orange Bowl
Mark Light Field (University of Miami baseball)

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Posted 07 August 2008 - 05:07 PM

5/3 Ballpark (Tigers A-ball affiliate),
Van Andel Arena (Griffins),
CoPa,
Metrodome in Minneapolis,
Silverdome,
Spartan Stadium for the Cold War game b/t UM and MSU,
Lubbers Field (GVSU 4 time national champion football),
the Joe

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Posted 07 August 2008 - 08:02 PM

The Joe
ACC
MLG
MSG
Copps Coliseum
HSBC Arena
Scotia Bank Place
Ice House/John Labatt Center
Silverdome
Ford Field
Comerica
Tiger Stadium
Skydome/Rogers Center
Yankee Stadium



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Posted 07 August 2008 - 08:33 PM

Michigan Stadium
FedEx Field
Camden Yards
MCI/Verizon Center
The Diamond (Atlanta Braves AAA affiliate)
Fenway Park
Yankee Stadium
Three Rivers Stadium
Scott Stadium (UVA football)


Been in but never watched a game in:
Spartan Stadium (my grandfather was head engineer in charge of building it smile.gif)
Lane Stadium (VT football)




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Posted 07 August 2008 - 08:34 PM

QUOTE (uk_redwing @ August 7, 2008 - 05:02PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Ive been to over a hundred football (saw-ker) stadiums in my time.

The only ones you yanks would maybe...nah sack it you wont have heard of any of them. There is no world outside of America.


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Posted 07 August 2008 - 09:12 PM

QUOTE (uk_redwing @ August 7, 2008 - 01:02PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Ive been to over a hundred football (saw-ker) stadiums in my time.

The only ones you yanks would maybe...nah sack it you wont have heard of any of them. There is no world outside of America.

Well aren't we the obnoxious condescending one today. Tell me, if you hadn't read this thread, would you have heard of most of these places, the ones that don't have anything to do with hockey? Without looking at any reference material at all, tell me about Soldier Field.

Anyway, my list:

Football:
Alumni Stadium (Boston, MA)
Scott Stadium (Charlottesville, VA)
Bank of America Stadium (Charlotte, NC)
Citrus Bowl (Orlando, FL)
Ford Field (Detroit)
Michigan Stadium (Ann Arbor)

Baseball:
Davenport Field (Charlottesville, VA)
Turner Field (Atlanta, GA)
Tiger Stadium (Detroit)
Comerica Park (Detroit)
Oriole Park at Camden Yards (Baltimore, MD)
Qualcomm Stadium (San Diego, CA)

Basketball:
University Hall (Charlottesville, VA)
The Palace (Auburn Hills)

Hockey:
the Joe (Detroit)
Scope (Norfolk, VA)
Everett Events Center (Everett, WA)
GM Place (Vancouver, BC)

Other:
Klockner Stadium (fer watchin' that thar funny Yer-o-pee-in game where y'all run 'round the grass an' kick 'round a l'il bawl an' it goes in the goal sometimes, an' it's in Verginny)
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Posted 09 August 2008 - 12:10 AM

We've done this before.
New within the last 365 days for me are Staples Center and Nashville Superspeedway.




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