You don’t need us to convince you to go to Madison Square Garden. Everyone you know who has been to New York City has already been telling you that you have to go there, that it’s one of the best fan experiences you could have, that there isn’t a bad seat in the house, that the atmosphere is so fun, … Read MoreCategories: NBA, NCAA, NHL, Sports travel guides, tourism, tourist
State of Origin would arguably be the biggest sporting event New South Wales and Queensland see each year. The annual best-of-three rugby matches between the two respective States is one of Australian sport’s biggest rivalry and draws incredible crowd numbers to each encounter. Queensland which has the biggest rugby supporter base in the country, not … Read MoreCategories: Sports travel guides, tourism, Uncategorized
Another June means another NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs, this time between the Nashville Predators and the Pittsburgh Penguins – both of these teams will be going into the final series with the potential of creating history. The Penguins are aiming to be the first team to go back-to-back in the salary cap era while the … Read MoreCategories: Sports travel guides, Uncategorized
Wembley Stadium is the pinnacle of sporting stadiums for those from the UK. It is also highly regarded amongst avid sport fans around the world as one of the most amazing venues to watch any event; sport or otherwise. The stadium has two distinctive towers on either side which became its trademark and then eventually … Read MoreCategories: Sports travel guides, tourism, tourist
Getting your partner to love sport – when they don’t already love it on the same level you do – can be quite challenging. No matter how much you try and explain all the benefits to them, they simple just can’t comprehend it. That’s OK, though. Not everyone can be as devoted and loyal as … Read MoreCategories: Fan interaction, Sports travel guides, Uncategorized
Indianapolis play host to some of the best attractions the country has to offer. Places like the Indianapolis Motor Speedway which have been around since 1909 has been the place for over 100 races through its time. To complement, the museum begun 50 years after the Speedway and features a theatre showing Indy 500 footage. … Read MoreCategories: Uncategorized
Whatever your heart desires in life, New York has it, and probably three to four times over. The city that never sleeps can cater to the needs of the sport fanatic, the shopaholic, the culture enthusiastic or even those that yearn for the theatre. Madison Square Garden often plays host to a plethora of events … Read MoreCategories: Uncategorized
The Rip Curl Pro is finally here and is celebrating its 56th year as the world’s best male and female surfers go head-to-head for surfing glory; the Rip Curl Pro Bell. The event has always been an incredibly big part of surfing culture and has been a major influence in bringing world surfing to the … Read MoreCategories: Fan interaction, tourism, Uncategorized
Short answer; yes. Now it’s no lie that buying any sort of membership can put you out of pocket a fair bit of cash – the gym, social clubs and especially sporting teams. A lot of the time, yearly memberships to support your favourite professional sporting team vary anywhere from $500-$1000 and although this gives … Read MoreCategories: Uncategorized
One could write a book about the good and bad things surrounding the city of Los Angeles; it’s where dreams are made, but also where they can crash and burn in a pretty horrific way. Nonetheless, L.A is the focal point for all things to do with California – money, culture, commercialism and of course … Read MoreCategories: Uncategorized
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