Banc of California Stadium – Los Angeles FC

Banc of California Stadium – Los Angeles FC

From L.A. to The O.C. (Los Angeles to Orange County), southland sports fans will never suffer from a shortage of teams to cheer for. With fans having a choice of two teams to cheer for in each major sport, as of this 2018 season, Major League Soccer fans throughout the southland will also have their choice of two teams to cheer for with the addition of the Los Angeles Football Club.

Stadium Journey Speaks To The Lead Designer Of Audi Field

Stadium Journey Speaks To The Lead Designer Of Audi Field

On July 14th, MLS squad D.C. United opened their new home, Audi Field, with an inaugural match win against the Vancouver Whitecaps. Some fans may most remember the Yamil Asad score that became the first goal in Audi Field history, but all should eventually be happy to leave the team’s long term home of RFK Stadium, built in 1961 and home from the team’s beginning up to the end of last season.

Audi Field – DC United

Audi Field – DC United

Audi Field was specifically made for MLS regulation soccer. The stadium interior is beautiful. The seats are comfortable and have built-in cup holders. The width from seat backs to the next row seat fronts is very comfortable, I witnessed people over 6ft in height not hitting their knees on the backs of the seats in front of them. The tilt of the seats is 30 degrees on the east and 35 degrees on the west which makes the seating steep. Steep seating coupled with the row staggering of the seats gives fans less of a chance that a tall fan in front of them can block their field view. The field was green and immaculate, the scoreboard was bright and detailed, the sound system was just right and as a whole all parts of the stadium came together to make a great experience.

Stade Saputo – Montreal Impact

Stade Saputo – Montreal Impact

Whether you’re a fair weather fan or a die-hard soccer supporter, Stade Saputo has activities and attractions above and beyond a typical soccer stadium. This review was written in the second year of the stadium’s five-year plan to improve fan experience. It’s intriguing to know what further enhancements will be made, when witnessing a match at Stade Saputo is already top tier.

BBVA Compass Stadium – Houston Dynamo

BBVA Compass Stadium – Houston Dynamo

In 2005, Major League Soccer (MLS) announced that the San Jose Earthquakes franchise would be relocating and had chosen the fourth-largest city in the United States, Houston, as their new home. The Houston Dynamo began play in time for the 2006 season, and promptly won the MLS Championship in their first season in Space City.