Top 10 Historic Sports Stadiums Still In Use

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Welcome to Top10Archive! Since ancient times, man has sought means of entertainment. For most of us, that happens to be found in the large world of sports. With athletics growing to be such a large part of the human culture, it comes as no surprise that such fantastic architectural creativity has gone into constructing some stadiums. In this installment, we’re counting down our pick for the top 10 most historic sports arenas still in use today!

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10. Wimbledon Centre Court, 1922 (London, UK)
9. Wrigley Field, 1914 (Chicago, IL)
8. Fenway Park, 1912 (Boston, MA)
7. Old Trafford, 1910 (Manchester, England)
6. Indianapolis Motor Speedway, 1909 (Indianapolis, IN)
5. Anfield, 1884 (Liverpool, England)
4. Churchill Downs, 1875 (Louisville, KY)
3. Saratoga Race Course, 1863 (Saratoga Springs, NY)
2. Bramall Lane Stadium, 1855 (Sheffield, England)
1. Melbourne Cricket Ground, 1854 (Melbourne, Australia)

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8 thoughts on “Top 10 Historic Sports Stadiums Still In Use

  1. i would barely fit Soldier’s Field, home of the chicago bears, as a
    honorable mention since it’s one of the oldest North American oldest
    operating stadium.

    Churchill Downs is one of the most familiar stadiums i can remember off the
    top of my head

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