Discussion in 'New Member's Area' started by Ian, Nov 9, 2006.
Never been to a live game. Try to change that soon.
Been to Texas Stadium (old), dallas cowboy stadium (huge and unreal), Heinz field, Browns Stadium (new), Ralph Wilson, Ford Field, Philadelphia, Orange Bowl.
We do a guys trip every year, my favourite so far has been new Cowboys stadium.
Been to a few....
Shaefer Stadium and of course Gillette.
Not sure of the official name but Baltimore Ravens Stadium
The old Kezar Stadium in San Francisco (49ers) - 1970
The old Alameda Stadium (Raiders) - 1970
I've been around longer than most of the stadiums.
Does Wembley count....? Nope? Ok. No, no I haven't.
Foxboro and Gillette are the only two I have been to but, they were for concerts and have been unable to see a game anywhere,
The Place other than Gillette I would love to go is Houston stadium (reliant I think or whatever its called)
Live in England (Portsmouth)
Not a season ticket holder (the commute would be a bitch)
It is on my bucket list to though!
And been a fan since 2001.
I am actually coming over in sept to visit Canton Hall of Fame and see some games hopefully in Philly, Baltimore, Washington, NY and of course my beloved Pats!!
any ideas on what to do would be greatly appreciated!
Only place i've seen a NFL game is at Wembley in London - which was a great experience. Hoping to take a trip states side to see a game one day soon!
I've now been to the new Jets/Giants stadium in NJ - big concrete block like Gillette, but enclosed and enough bathrooms. Concessions average. Nice because it's new. I've been to Dolphins stadium too, or whatever it's called. Nice place with outdoor concessions, but man did you get boiling hot sitting there in the sun. Not enough shade.
And University of Phoenix stadium (twice - must have blocked out the stadium the first time I posted this!). The second time I liked it better because the roof was open and the stadium did not feel so dark (the outcome of the game probably had a lot to do with it too )
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