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Planned & Proposed Stadiums
New Baseball Stadiums

Proposed
Bergen Ballpark (Minors)
Cisco Field (MLB)

Cancelled
First Tennessee Field (Minors)
New Football Stadiums

2010
FAU Stadium (NCAA)

2012
Vikings Stadium (NFL)

Proposed
Chargers Stadium
SF 49ers Stdium (NFL)
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The Ralph Engelstad Arena
"Controversy at America's Finest Hockey Arena"
About the Arena
Controversy, 10/31/2007
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Los Angeles is set to
get a NFL team by
2012.  One option for
a stadium to field
their NFL team is the
LA Memorial
Coliseum.  Major
renovations will be
needed.
 Click here
for the details of the
NFL's current
situation and the
remodeled Coliseum.
The latest proposal for keeping the Chargers in San
Diego, a new stadium in the East Village neighborhood of
downtown San Diego
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In the News
"Strange & Funny Sports Stories & Videos"
Hard Core Sports Fan List (August 1, 2007)
Federer and Nadal Set to Play on Hybrid Court (May 1, 2007)
Cleveland Indians Home Opener "Snow Day" (April 6-8, 2007)
The NIT Championship Mistake (March 28, 2007)
Peyton Manning, United Way SNL Skit (March 17, 2007)
Scott Pollard's Message to Kids (March 15, 2007)
Stands Collapse after 2007 Fiesta Bowl (January 1, 2007)
Plane Crashes on Baseball Field during Game (July 31, 2003)
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                                      Brazil wins 2014 Bid to Host the World Cup
           
The stadiums that will host the 2014 World Cup in
Brazil have not been determined.  The following list
contains the 20 largest stadiums Brazil has to choose
from.
1.   Estádio do Maracanã
2.   Estádio do Morumbi
3.   Estádio Parque do Sabiá
4.   Mineirão
5.   Castelão (São Luís)
6.   Castelão (Fortaleza)
7.   Estádio Fonte Nova
8.   Estádio do Arruda
9.   Albertão
10. Estádio Beira-Rio
11. Mangueirão
12. Estádio Serra Dourada
13. Estádio Olímpico Monumental
14. Estádio Santa Cruz
15. Estádio Ilha do Retiro
16. Estádio Mané Garrincha
17. Engenhão Olímpico João Havelange
18. Estádio do Café
19. Pinheirão
20. Verdão
People wave flags at the Christ the redeemer statue in Rio de
Janeiro, Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2007, after Brazil was officially
chosen by FIFA as host of the
2014 World Cup. This decision
returns the showcase event to the soccer-mad country that
held the tournament in 1950 and has captured the title a
record five times. On the background is the Maracana
stadium.