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The USA stadiums map shows all main stadiums of USA. This stadiums map of USA will allow you to know stadiums locations and list of teams stadiums in USA in Americas. The USA stadiums map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Rose Bowl Stadium opened in October 1922. It got built by the City of Pasadena to host College football games and in particular the annual Rose Bowl game, after which it got named, which had been held since 1902 and has been held at the stadium ever since. Mercedes-Benz Stadium as its mentioned in USA stadiums map is the recently opened new stadium of NFL team Atlanta Falcons and MLS team Atlanta United FC. Instead, the stadium officially opened on 26 August 2017 with a pre-season game of the Atlanta Falcons vs Arizona Cardinals. Gillette Stadium was built between 2000 and 2002. It replaced the old Foxboro Stadium, which had hosted several games during the 1994 World Cup.
Levi Stadium was built to become the new home of the San Francisco 49ers (NFL). The first match at the stadium was an MLS league match between the San Jose Earthquakes and Seattle Sounders (1-0) on 2 August 2014. CenturyLink Field was built between 2000 and 2002 and officially opened on 20 June 2002. The stadium was built to serve as the new home of NFL side Seattle Seahawks and soccer team Seattle Sounders, who back then still played in the lower USL league. It was specifically designed to comply with international soccer standards. Camping World Stadium as you can see in USA stadiums map, better known as the Citrus Bowl, was built in 1936, though the stadium back then only had seats for 8,900 people. The stadium got first expanded in 1967 and once more in 1974, after which it could pack 48,000 spectators.
Soldier Field opened in 1924. The first match, an American football match between Louisville Male High School and Chicago Austin High, was played on 4 October 1924. In its early years, the stadium would regularly pack over 100,00 spectators, culminating in 123,000 people watching a football match between Notre Dame and Southern California in 1927. RFK Stadium as its shown in USA stadiums map, then still called District of Columbia Stadium, opened on the 1st of October 1961. It received its present name 8 years later when it got named after the murdered senator Robert F. Kennedy. Dignity Health Sports Park, until 2019 known as Stubhub Center and until 2013 as The Home Depot Center, officially opened on 7 June 2003 with a match between the LA Galaxy and Colorado Rapids (2-0).