Sun Life Stadium
Sun Life Stadium is an American football stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, a suburb of Miami. It is the home stadium of the Miami Dolphins National Football League team, and the University of Miami Hurricanes football team. It also hosts the Orange Bowl, an annual college football bowl game. It was the home to the Florida Marlins baseball team from 1993 to 2011. Originally named Joe Robbie Stadium, it has also been known as Pro Player Park, Pro Player Stadium, Dolphin Stadium, Dolphins Stadium, and Land Shark Stadium.
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... located in the Little Havana section of the city on the site of the old Orange Bowl stadium ... The Miami Dolphins play their games at Sun Life Stadium in nearby Miami Gardens ... their college football championship games at Sun Life Stadium ...
... The stadium has gone through many name changes, bringing up the overall question of the value of corporate naming rights ... Initially, Dolphins Stadium was named after Joe Robbie, the original and then-owner of the Miami Dolphins ... The Dolphins were the stadium's primary tenant at the time ...
... Coliseum At the time, there were two proposed stadiums that could have hosted the game Farmers Field in Downtown Los Angeles (L.A ... Live) and Los Angeles Stadium in City of Industry, California ... Coliseum were also discussed as possible host stadiums in the area. ...
... Arena, now the Balfour Webnet Darlington Arena ABSA Stadium (East London, South Africa), reverted to original name of Buffalo City Stadium Adelphia Coliseum, now LP Field Alltel Arena, now Verizon Arena ... and Audrey Jones Stadium, now Jones AT T Stadium KeySpan Park, now MCU Park KitKat Crescent, now reverted to Bootham Crescent Kyocera Arena, reverted to original name of Arena da Baixada ... Coliseum, now once again Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Malanda Stadium, formerly Willows Sports Complex (nonsponsored name) and Stockland Stadium, now ...
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