Other winter sports in NY It’s no secret that both New York football teams aren’t going well – at the time of writing, the New York Jets are 5-8 and New York Giants 2-11. There wasn’t much hope for the Jets this year anyway, with many analysts thinking that they might struggle to win a game… but the … Read MoreCategories: Sports travel guides, tourism
We’ve spoken about it before at SWIAM but we’ll say it again; Ice Hockey is one of the most underrated spectator sports going around. What other sport requires finesse skills like ice-skating and controlling a tiny black puck as well as bearing the brunt of intense physicality? There aren’t many. Throw in the varying paces of the sport … Read MoreCategories: NCAA, Sports travel guides
Feeling left out because everyone at work (and on social media) is talking about the Spring Carnival in Melbourne? Don’t have a clue what any of it means? Here’s a short guide to the different horseraces in Melbourne: Caulfield cup The Caulfield Cup is the richest turf handicap in the world. The race spans 2400 metres and Group 1 … Read MoreCategories: Sports travel guides
The SCG tour is an experience that is matched by no other. After all, the ground hosts a plethora of high profile sporting matches and events. The tour delves into the stories of players, spectators, events as well as covering the architecture behind the stadium and its surroundings which make it so breathtaking. The tour … Read MoreCategories: Sports travel guides, tourism, tourist
Covering all there is to see in Sydney in two days can be pretty difficult – 48 hours isn’t a lot of time to immerse yourself in one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Below is a summarised list of the key places to see in Sydney if you’ve got a spare weekend … Read MoreCategories: tourism, tourist
Although here at SWiAM we cover where to eat before a game, it normally means a sports bar or something similar. In this little write up, I’ll be covering the best places to eat in Koreatown NYC whether you’re there before a game or you’re just visiting the city and really love food. BCD Tofu … Read MoreCategories: Fan interaction, tourism, tourist
Suncorp Stadium – for those of you who don’t know – is a stadium in south-east Queensland that seats approximately 52,500 people. Throughout the year it hosts a multitude of things which includes Rugby League, Rugby Union, soccer and concerts. Rugby League usually consists of Brisbane Broncos home games, annual State of Origin matches, International … Read MoreCategories: Uncategorized
The home of the GWS Giants, Spotless Stadium, is one of the better stadiums available to the footballing world today, as well as being a prime location for entertainment events. Conveniently located within Sydney Olympic Park, it’s also roughly 25 minutes from the Anzac Bridge and Darling Harbour – a must see if you’re a … Read MoreCategories: Uncategorized
Finding words to describe the 2017 AFL season so far would be nothing short of difficult right now. A few come to mind, actually: breathtaking, baffling, shocking, inspiring, questionable, unbelievable. There are probably hundreds more but I have to stick to a word count. It’s been dubbed as the most even season that anyone can … Read MoreCategories: Fan interaction, Sports travel guides
Allianz Stadium, or as it might be known as Sydney Football Stadium, is the go-to stadium in Sydney for professionals rugby league, rugby union and soccer matches. The venue plays home to the Sydney Roosters (NRL), NSW Waratahs and Sydney FC (A-League) while the Wallabies (Union), Kangaroos (League) and the Socceroos all play at the … Read MoreCategories: Sports travel guides, tourism
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