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
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
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
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
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
Sport in Sydney has flown under the radar in recent times but has suddenly resurfaced with the emergence of the GWS Giants. Being a young and exuberant AFL team, they have been the focal point of the AFL world and their surge in success doesn’t look like it’s going to slow down any time soon. So … Read MoreCategories: Sports travel guides, tourism, Uncategorized
The NHL delivers some of the most grueling and competitive game-play in professional sport, regardless of its . Not only that, but the Stanley Cup can be argued as one of most prestigious trophies to win with teams going through 28 games of playoffs – which is nearly a third of the regular season – … Read MoreCategories: Sports travel guides, tourism, Uncategorized
Last year 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
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