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
For the better part of a decade, I’d told myself I’d get to Death Valley – home of Louisiana State University (LSU) Tigers football – on a Saturday night to watch a game. It’s one of the most quintessential college football experiences one could have. Earlier this year, when I started planning my US roadtrip, I included … Read MoreCategories: Fan interaction, NCAA, Sports travel guides, Tailgating, tourism
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
2016 was our busiest year yet at Sports Where I Am, with more people signing up and buying tickets through the mobile app and website than ever before. It was awesome. With this post, we’re hoping to answer some of the most common questions that have come up from our Australian users about the process of buying tickets to … Read MoreCategories: NBA, NCAA, NFL, Sports travel guides, tourism, MLB
Initially dubbed the “Yankee” Bowl because of the New York Yankee ownership (and hosted at Yankee Stadium), the Pinstripe Bowl received a face lift in 2010 with New Era agreeing to sponsor the event for four years and ESPN taking over the broadcasting rights for six. The Pinstripe Bowl has been a way for College … Read MoreCategories: NCAA, Uncategorized
If you’re a tourist coming to the USA, seeing the University of Georgia football team play might not be on your radar just yet. Most people start planning their trip around the biggest cities in the country and their respective underperforming iconic major league teams. But the type of experience that you can get at an NCAA game is what being a sports fan (and … Read MoreCategories: NCAA, Sports travel guides
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