Hard Rock Stadium – Miami Dolphins

Hard Rock Stadium – Miami Dolphins

Hard Rock Stadium has hosted some of the top sports events in the world over the years. This includes five Super Bowls, four BCS-era National Championship games, two World Series and several games of the World Baseball Classic. The Miami Marlins shared the stadium with the Dolphins from 1993-2011. Presently both the Orange Bowl and the Miami Hurricanes home games are held at Hard Rock Stadium as well. Future events scheduled for the stadium include the 2020 Super Bowl and the 2021 NCAA National Football Championship game.

Paulson Stadium – Georgia Southern Eagles

Paulson Stadium – Georgia Southern Eagles

The spirit of the founding father of Georgia Southern football is present at every Eagles game. Many of the traditions started by Coach Erk Russell are still honored today. These include the “One More Time” cheer, the mystique of the waters of Eagle Creek and the symbolic butting of the defensive linemen’s head against Coach Russell’s likeness. After winning six national championships… who’s going to tamper with success?

Kenan Memorial Stadium – North Carolina Tar Heels

Kenan Memorial Stadium – North Carolina Tar Heels

Kenan Memorial Stadium brings with it adventure, rich history, anda beautiful architectural design that makes it a great visit for a sporting event. Football games bring passionate fans, great excitement, and an experience that is well worth the cost. Watching the Tar Heels play rivals Duke or North Carolina State is also something any football fan could appreciate. The Tar Heels and fans alike bring their passion to every sporting event, and the experience of Kenan Memorial Stadium is hard to replicate.

Memorial Stadium – Nebraska Cornhuskers

Memorial Stadium – Nebraska Cornhuskers

On several weekends each fall, the third largest city in Nebraska forms within the confines of Memorial Stadium in Lincoln. Nicknamed “the Sea of Red” for the predominate color worn by their fans, the stadium has a capacity of 85,458. It holds the collegiate record for consecutive sellouts as the last game where there was an empty seat was in 1961. This is a testament to the dominant history of football at Nebraska, with 5 National Championships, 43 Conference Championships and 53 Bowl appearances. The Cornhuskers own a .754 home winning percentage since play began at the stadium back in 1923.

Pitch Perfect: MLS Stadium Fan Experience Ratings

Pitch Perfect: MLS Stadium Fan Experience Ratings

Now that the season has drawn to a close, we are pleased to release our 2018 MLS Stadium Fan Experience Ratings. Our ratings are based on the FANFARE system, which considers seven different aspects of the fan experience. Once you’ve had a chance to check out our ratings, we invite you to share your opinions and thoughts in the Rate It section found at the bottom of each review. The rankings resulted in several ties, as most of the stadiums are of recent construction and are soccer-specific in design.