As of 2014, the stadium with the largest seating capacity is the North Korean May Day Stadium in Pyongyang. This stadium has a capacity of 150,000 and is often used to stage large-scale arirang performances as well as state events.
Three Rivers Stadium was a stadium in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania that opened on July 16, 1970 and was demolished on December 16, 2000. The stadium derived its name from its location at the confluence of the Allegheny River and Monongahela River, which forms the Ohio River.
Regal Staten Island Stadium 16 opens at 11 a.m. and closes at 11:30 p.m., Monday through Sunday, as of 2015. The movie theatre is also known as United Artists Staten Islands 16 & RPX.
A website that allows users to design their own stadiums is SecondStory.com. Visitors create 3-D ballparks and make design decisions using graphics and interactive tools. A visitor maneuvers through different building considerations, such as scoreboards and outfield distances.
Michigan Stadium is known as "The Big House" due to its large seating capacity. At over 100,000 seats, Michigan Stadium is the largest college football stadium in the United States, as of 2015. The stadium is also famous for hosting record-breaking crowds for its sporting events.
As of 2015, Friendly Ford is located at 660 N. Decatur Blvd., Las Vegas, NV, 89107. The dealership can be reached on the Web at FriendlyFordLV.com.
Ford's A Plan is the company's employee discount purchase program for active Ford employees. The A stands for "Active," distinguishing it from the Z Plan for retired employees and the X plan for employees in certain Ford-related businesses and Canadian subsidiaries.
Interactive seat view maps are widely available online from major ticketing companies, official stadium websites and dedicated seat view services, such as AViewFromMySeat.com. Seat view maps are free to browse prior to booking and are available for many major venues across the United States.
As of 2014, the largest football stadium used only for high school games is Allen Eagle Stadium, in Allen, Texas. There are three larger stadiums that high school teams share with non-scholastic teams.
Stadiums that have hosted the Super Bowl include Tulane Stadium in New Orleans, Los Angeles Coliseum in Los Angeles, Rice Stadium in Houston, the Silverdome in Pontiac and Stanford Stadium in Stanford. Many stadiums are used for more than one Super Bowl game.