Bleachers

  • (noun): An outdoor grandstand without a roof; patrons are exposed to the sun as linens are when they are bleached.

Some articles on bleachers:

History Of Wrigley Field - "Building A New Tradition in The Friendly Confines" (1981–Present) - Bleacher Expansion and Renovation (2005–2006)
... After lengthy debate, the reconstruction and expansion of the bleachers (by some 1,900 seats) finally began after the close of the 2005 season, although ... The original concept called for the bleachers to simply extend out over the sidewalks, supported by open steel columns in cantilevered design, connecting new steel to the existing steel that supported the ... Thus the vertical part of the supporting structure for the new bleachers was encased in a wall constructed of new bricks, in a style reminiscent of the original wall ...
Clemens Stadium - Recent Improvements - General Admission Bleachers
... General admission bleachers were added to the north end zone in 2004 ... The bleachers were expanded again in 2007 to bring the stadium seating capacity to 7,482 ...
Archbishop Mc Nicholas High School - Project Paradise
... and goal posts, along with temporary bleachers ... For phase two, The school is raising funds to add permanent bleachers and fencing, along with converting the asphalt track to an all-weather surface track ... the school will complete the installation of the bleachers, build new restrooms, and a concession stand ...
Capacity of Colorado Field
1912-1920 = 1,000 steel bleachers and temporary bleachers as needed 1921-1924 = 5,400 seat wooden grandstand and 2,000 temporary wooden bleachers 1925-1929 = 7,500 permanent seats ...
Estádio Orlando Scarpelli - History
... Shortly before that, the metallic bleachers, the lighting system, the dressing-rooms and the field were completed ... In 2000, the Coloninha section (bleachers where the supporters have to stand up, usually known in Brazil as gerais, meaning generals, or commons) of the stadium ... In the same year the wire fence around the bleachers were built ...