Playing or watching sports can be very exciting. But, the experience can be even better if you are playing or watching on a stadium. Surely, you may find stadiums that are equipped with the latest features. However, there are also old sports stadiums that are quite active until today. Below are some of the following.
Melbourne Cricket Ground
Located in Melbourne, Australia, Melbourne Cricket Ground is known to be the oldest operating sports arena in the world built in 1854. Melbourne Cricket Ground is also one of the largest, with a capacity of over 100,000. Plus, it also boasts the world record for the highest light towers in a sports arena.
Constructed in 1912 and located in Boston, Massachusetts, Fenway Park is the oldest major league baseball stadium in America. Fenway is famous not only for the Boston Red Sox, but also for its unique architectural features. Its left field wall, known as the Green Monster, is the product of limited building space and strange angular dimensions.
Wimbledon was erected in 1922 at the site of the All England Racquet Club in London, England and is known as the cathedral of professional tennis. Wimbledon plays host to public events for two weeks out of the year, during the Wimbledon grand slam tournament.
The San Siro, named after its neighborhood in the city of Milan, Italy. San Siro is the home of two world famous football clubs, AC Milan and Inter Milan. Built in 1925, it underwent a major renovation in 1990 when Italy hosted the World Cup.
Trivia Info Source From: www.zsc.ae