Top 10 Best Venues in Sports
Whether it has a storied history and tradition, an innovative or aesthetic design, or is just flat-out electrifying, stadiums are a huge part of sports. Here are some of the best venues.
3. Tiger Stadium
LSU’s Tiger Stadium seats an at capacity 93,000 plus fans for every home game. It’s not a normal crowd either. It’s a drunk, rowdy, rabid fanbase wreaking havoc on opposing teams. If you’re going to visit, try to make it a “Saturday night in Death Valley” to get the full game day experience.
2. Lambeau Field
Lambeau Field is what football is all about. It’s always packed, recently renovated (2013), and it’s usually freezing cold, but nobody cares because their beloved Packers are playing. Attending a game at Lambeau is an all day event; you must tailgate and soak in the experience and passion of the fans in a city that shuts down when the Packers play. Want season tickets? Get on the list and be prepared to wait an estimated 34 years.
1. Wrigley Field
Built in 1916, Wrigley Field is home to baseball’s lovable losers: the Chicago Cubs. Wrigley is must-visit for any sports fan, and the surrounding Wrigleyville is a great place to hang out before and after the game. The ivy, the manual scoreboard, the Old Style beer, and the friendly fans offer an experience unlike any other in sports. Often referred to as “the world’s largest outdoor bar,” win or lose, Cubs fans still booze.