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Soccer City - Football - International Football
... FNB stadium has been used by the South African national football team for both friendlies and qualification matches ... This has led to the stadium being seen as the de facto 'national stadium' for football ... The stadium has also hosted large continental club fixtures ...
Fallowfield Stadium
2.21556°W / 53.44306 -2.21556 Fallowfield Stadium was an athletics stadium and velodrome in Fallowfield, Manchester, England ... The stadium came to national attention on 26 March 1893 during the FA Cup final between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Everton which Wolverhampton Wanderers ... Despite this, the stadium hosted the 1899 FA Cup semi-final between Sheffield United and Liverpool the match had to be abandoned due to a crush in the crowd ...
Al Kuwait Sports Club Stadium
... Al Kuwait Kaifan Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Kuwait City, Kuwait ... The stadium holds 18,500 ... This stadium had also hosted Kuwait's national team matches during the 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification, which they failed to reach ...
Lang Park - History - Today
... Although the stadium has been the traditional home of rugby league in Queensland, it has also become the state's premier venue for association football, as well as rugby union ... The re-developed Suncorp Stadium first hosted rugby union games at the 2003 Rugby World Cup and in 2005, the stadium became the new home of the Queensland Reds Super Rugby team when they moved from their ... A-League also elected to play their home games at Suncorp Stadium ...
Met Life Stadium - Other Events
... The first concert at the New Meadowlands Stadium was on May 26, 2010 ... The second concert at the stadium was Hot 97's Summer Jam ... U2 performed at the stadium on July 20, 2011 on their U2 360° Tour ...

Famous quotes containing the word stadium:

    In their eyes I have seen
    the pin men of madness in marathon trim
    race round the track of the stadium pupil.
    Patricia K. Page (b. 1916)