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What is the division 1 football stadium minimum requirement?

15,000 30,000 The institution shall have averaged more than 17,000 in paid attendance per home football game in the immediate past four-year period, or the stadium utilized re (MORE)

What are the newest baseball stadiums?

  New Yankee Stadium, home of the Yankees; Citi Field, home of the Mets.
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Where is Shea Stadium?

  Shea Stadium USED to be located in Flushing Meadow, New York.   However, the Mets moved into a new home, Citi Field, in 2009. Shea is now demolished.
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What is the largest cricket stadium in the world?

Eden Garden, Kolkata, India in capacity (was 120,000 now reduced to 90,000) and Melbourne Cricket Ground (was 120,000+ now 100,000), Australia in area.   MCG 174m x 149m, 1 (MORE)

What is the plural for stadium?

If referring to a classical stadium, i.e. a semi-circular running track then the plural is stadia.   If referring to a modern-day multi-event stadium, then the plural is st (MORE)

Is ROW 1 the front row at Michigan Stadium or are there lettered seats in front of the numbered seats?

There are lettered seats in front. I had tickets for Row 1 in one of the endzones and there were a few rows in front us, lettered something like AA, BB, and CC or something.
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What is the name of the Mets' stadium?

The Mets have used three stadiums as their home field-The Polo Grounds from 1962-1964, Shea Stadium from 1964-2008, and Citi Field from 2009-Present. The Polo Grounds, while u (MORE)

The 2 oldest stadiums?

  The two oldest stadiums in baseball history are Wrigley Field in Chicago, which opened in 1914, and Fenway Park in Boston which opened on April 20, 1912.
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Where is The millennium stadium?

  It is in Cardiff, Wales. Westgate Street-City Centre Its In Wales But To Be Presais Cardiff Bahht
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Is stadium an adverb in the sentence we are going back to the stadium?

No. Stadium is a noun, the object of the preposition "to."    However, the prepositional phrase "to the stadium" is an adverb  phrase.
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