Ohio Stadium visitor guide Feared by most and the pride of the city of Columbus, the Ohio State University’s Ohio Stadium is one of college football’s “OGs”. A rite of passage for many college football fans – particularly fans of schools in the Big Ten conference – Ohio Stadium is the United States’ sixth largest football stadium by capacity, and its iconic horseshoe shape makes … Continue reading Ohio Stadium: Watching a Buckeyes game at Ohio State
Heinz Field visitor guide Offering punters one of the best views of one of America’s most picturesque cities, Pittsburgh’s Heinz Field truly is one of the NFL’s standout stadiums for watching football. Located just across the Allegheny River from Pittsburgh’s downtown district, the stadium is centrally located, easy to get to, and surrounded by a plethora of excellent dining and drinking options. Home to the Pittsburgh … Continue reading Heinz Field, Pittsburgh: One of the NFL’s standout venues
FirstEnergy Stadium visitor guide Home to one of the NFL’s most publicized and interesting teams – and not necessarily for good reasons – FirstEnergy Stadium is a great place to take in some NFL action without breaking the bank. The Cleveland Browns have been the league’s perennial laughing stock for some time, so if you’re a long-suffering Browns fan or a visiting fan looking for cheap NFL … Continue reading FirstEnergy Stadium: Home of the Cleveland Browns
TD Garden visitor guide It might not get the same attention as the famed Fenway Park a little way down the road, but Boston’s home of basketball and ice hockey, TD Garden, holds some fond memories for the people of Massachusetts. Constructed in 1993 as a replacement for the terribly outdated Boston Garden, the new home of the Celtics and Bruins has housed both an NBA … Continue reading TD Garden: A guide for your Celtics or Bruins game
Wrigley Field visitor guide Since opening in 1914, Wrigley Field has become one of the most iconic stadiums in American sports, famous for its hand-operated scoreboard, ivy-coated outfield walls, rooftop viewing platforms and… Bill Murray. Here’s our guide for anyone who wants to make the journey to the home of the Chicago Cubs in Wrigleyville. First: Getting your ticket to Wrigley Field The first step is to go to … Continue reading Wrigley Field: Visitor guide for your trip to Wrigleyville
AT&T Stadium is a work of genius… in design, planning and execution It doesn’t matter if you’ve been awed by the MCG or been impressed by Wembley, Lords or Madison Square Garden – nothing can prepare you for the home of the Dallas Cowboys, AT&T Stadium. It’s only when you’re about 20 minutes out of Dallas, heading down the Tom Landry Freeway (named after the … Continue reading AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, is a work of genius
Dodger Stadium Visitor Guide You don’t need to be up on the LA Dodgers latest news (i.e. that they’re currently competing in the 2017 World Series at the time of writing) to appreciate these local tips from SWIAM users – some of them have been on our database for years. Can’t find what you’re looking for here? Check the most up-to-date database of fan tips … Continue reading 5 tips for attending Dodger Stadium
Sarah went to a Seattle Seahawks game at CenturyLink Field. It was loud. In case we weren’t jealous enough already, Sarah really rubbed our noses in it this week by taking her USA sports tour to CenturyLink Field in Seattle to watch the Seahawks. From the looks of it, an NFL game at CenturyLink Field might be one of the best fan experiences in the world. … Continue reading Is CenturyLink Field the best stadium experience in the USA?
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 Test Matches and the Queensland Rugby League’s Intrust Super Cup … Continue reading Suncorp Stadium, winter…and you!
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 tourist visiting Sydney. Aside from sport, the venue attracts over … Continue reading Spotless Stadium and you!