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|Foxboro Raceway, known for much of its existence as Bay State Raceway, was a harness racing track located in Foxborough, Massachusetts that operated from 1947 until 1997. It stood next to Foxboro Stadium and the site of Gillette Stadium.|
The track was built by E. M. Loew, who owned a chain of movie theaters. Loew owned the Raceway until his death in 1984. He sold the land for Fox...
|Nagai Stadium is a football stadium in Osaka, Japan. It's the home of Cerezo Osaka. The stadium's capacity is 45,409.|
Nagai Stadium hosted the 1997 52st National Sports Festival of Japan main stadium. hosted some matches in the 2002 World Cup. The stadium will also host the 2007 IAAF World Championships in Athletics.
Latinoamericano Stadium Havana This stadium will be the main stadium as well as the headquarters of the championship. It has a potential capacity of 55,000 seats. There is an electronic scoreboard and lighting that corresponds to international norms. The changing rooms and the dug-out are acceptable and do not need any renovation. The stadium has all the necessary facilities for the pre...
|Memorial Stadium was a sports stadium in Baltimore, Maryland, that formerly stood on 33rd Street. It stood on an oversized block also bounded by Ellerslie Avenue (west), 36th Street (north), and Ednor Road (east). Two different stadiums were located here, a 1922 version known as Baltimore Stadium, Municipal Stadium, and Venable Stadium and the stadium that, when finally completed in 1950, would...||10/07/2009||356|
|Merdeka Stadium (in Malay means Independence Stadium) is the first modern stadium complex in Malaysia. Tunku Abdul Rahman (the first Prime Minister of Malaysia) announced the independence of Malaya from the British on August 31 1957 at the stadium.||02/03/2006||674|
|Cleveland Stadium (also known as Lakefront Stadium and Cleveland Municipal Stadium) was a baseball and American football stadium located in Cleveland, Ohio. In its final years, the stadium seated 74,438 for baseball and 81,000 for football. It was one of the early multi-purpose stadiums, built to accommodate both baseball and football.|
|Yanggakdo Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Pyongyang, North Korea. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium holds 30,000 people and was opened in 1989. It is home to the Capital Army F.C..||05/20/2007||679|
|Kim Il-Sung Stadium is a very large stadium located in Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea. Originally the "Kirim Stadium," a baseball field built during the Japanese occupation, it was the site of Kim Il-Sung's first speech after returning from exile in 1945. Rebuilt in 1969, it was then called Moranbong Stadium, but in 1982 it was renovated and renamed in honour of Kim Il-Sung. Th...||05/22/2007||766|
|Hrazdan Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Yerevan, Armenia. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium holds 69,000. It was built in 1972.||06/25/2006||669|
|William A. Shea Municipal Stadium, usually shortened to Shea Stadium, is an American baseball stadium in Flushing, New York. It is the longtime home of the New York Mets Major League Baseball club, and the fourth-oldest ballpark in the National League. The stadium is slated to be replaced by a new stadium for the Mets in 2009, which is currently under construction.||10/26/2006||642|
|Daegu Baseball Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Daegu, South Korea. It is currently used mostly for baseball games and is the home stadium of Samsung Lions. The stadium holds 13,941 people and was built in 1981.||05/10/2007||453|
|The Olympisch Stadion is a stadium built as the main stadium for the 1928 Summer Olympics in Amsterdam. When completed, the stadium had a capacity of 31,600. Following the completion of the rival De Kuip stadium in Rotterdam in 1937, the Amsterdam authorities decided to increase the capacity of the Olympisch Stadion to 64,000 by adding a second ring to the stadium. AFC Ajax used the Olympisch S...||02/07/2006||501|