15 Most Iconic Venues In Sports History
These are the stadiums where at one time or another something great took place, the stadiums that stand out from the rest.
Opened in 1928, Stade Roland Garros is located in Paris and is the host of the French Open yearly.
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Pebble Beach is one of the most historic golf courses in the world. It’s located in California and is even open to the public.
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The Rose Bowl not only hosts one of the best Bowl Games in college football yearly, but it also has hosted two Olympics.
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Wembley Stadium is located in London is the largest stadium in the UK and the second-largest stadium in Europe.
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Wimbledon is home to the oldest tennis tournament in the world and widely regarded as the most prestigious.
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Cameron Indoor Stadium is home of the one of the most popular college basketball programs in the United States—Duke University.
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During Hurricane Katrina, the Louisiana Superdome was used to store bodies.
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The Colosseum was originally built some time from 70-80 CE to host gladiator shows. It still stand today, but no athletic competition goes on there.
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Lambeau Field opened in 1957 and is home to the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League.
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Wrigley Field is a baseball stadium known for its ivy-covered brick outfield wall and the iconic red marquee over the main entrance.
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Indianapolis Motor Speedway hosts one of the most famous events is sports yearly—The Indi 500.
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Augusta National Golf Club is located in Georgia. Since 1934, the club has played host to the annual Masters Tournament.
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Madison Square Garden is a multi-purpose indoor arena in NYC. It is used for hockey and basketball, as well as concerts, boxing, and more.
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The Boston Garden hosts basketball, hockey, and Stanley Cup games as well as concerts.
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Yankee Stadium is the second largest stadium in the MLB and is where the “The Greatest Game Ever Played” took place.
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