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Stadium Seating Charts!

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I'll post the seating charts of the the two stadiums in New Orleans home to professional sports teams...

The massive Louisiana Superdome, home of the NFL's Saints:

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And the New Orleans Arena, home of the NBA's Hornets:

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Below: Legion Field, in Birmingham, Alabama. Current Capacity: 71,594

Current Uses:

*University of Alabama at Birmingahm football games

*Super Six State Football Championship

*BCS Birmingham Bowl

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Below: Bryant-Denny Stadium, in Tuscaloosa, Alabama at the University of Alabama.

Current Capacity: 92,138

Current Uses:

*University of Alabama football

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Below: Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex (BJCC) Arena

Current Capacity: 17,000 (sports), 19,000 (concerts)

Current Uses:

*Concerts

*Birmingham Steeldogs AFL2 Football

*2008 NCAA Basketball 1st and 2nd Round Tournament

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Wallace Wade, where Duke loses lots of football games. They're in no way my favorite team, but I usually bike past it.

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I can throw in a few more from around SE Louisiana:

Tiger Stadium- Baton Rouge, LA

Home of the Lousiana State University Fighting Tigers (football)

Current Capacity: 92,400

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Pete Maravich Assembly Center- Baton Rouge, LA

Home of the Lousiana State University Fighting Tigers (basketball)

Current Capacity: 14,164

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UNO Lakefront Arena- New Orleans, LA

Home of the University of New Orleans Privateers (basketball), as well as countless concerts and shows every year

Current Capacity: 10,000

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Tad Gormley Stadium- New Orleans, LA

Used to host numerous high school football games every year in the city, as well as festivals, track and field events, etc.

Current Capacity: 26,500

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Anfield Liverpool FC, England

Cap. 45000

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Lord's Middlesex Crusaders Cricket Club, London

Cap. 28000

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Twickenham England Rugby National Team, London

Cap. 75000 (82000 after expansion)

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Bank of America Stadium, home of the Carolina Panthers in Charlotte, NC

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Bobcats Arena, home of the Charlotte Bobcats in Charlotte, NC

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Kenan Stadium, home of the University of North Carolina Tarheels in Chapel Hill, NC

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Dean Smith Center, home of the University of North Carolina Tarheels in Chapel Hill, NC

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New England Patriots/New England Revolution:

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Boston Celtics/Boston Bruins:

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Boston Red Sox:

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Pawtucket Red Sox:

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I can throw in a few more from around SE Louisiana:

Tiger Stadium- Baton Rouge, LA

Home of the Lousiana State University Fighting Tigers (football)

Current Capacity: 92,400

949.JPG

Pete Maravich Assembly Center- Baton Rouge, LA

Home of the Lousiana State University Fighting Tigers (basketball)

Current Capacity: 14,164

lsumaravichseating.gif

UNO Lakefront Arena- New Orleans, LA

Home of the University of New Orleans Privateers (basketball), as well as countless concerts and shows every year

Current Capacity: 10,000

arena_diagram.gif

Tad Gormley Stadium- New Orleans, LA

Used to host numerous high school football games every year in the city, as well as festivals, track and field events, etc.

Current Capacity: 26,500

tadgormley.gif

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this made me think of the loudest college stadiums, does anyone have any suggestions. I had the joy of going deaf at Autzen stadium. Wondering you southern boys know any loud places

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this made me think of the loudest college stadiums, does anyone have any suggestions. I had the joy of going deaf at Autzen stadium. Wondering you southern boys know any loud places

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Ohio Stadium, "The Horseshoe" is much louder than most stadiums, save maybe Tennessee's and LSU's. I don't think Autzen Stadium w/ only 55K seats can hold a candle to the 105K in The Shoe, or Neyland, especially when all those people are pretty much right on top of the field.

Here's Ohio Stadium:

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And here's the seating chart.

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I've always heard that Tennessee's stadium is pretty loud and that the entire stadium shakes.

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Rupp Arena

University of Kentucky Basketball

Capacity: 24,000 +

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That looks like Yankee Stadium to me.

I don't get what's with Rhode Islanders rooting for the Yanks and then every other sport roots for Boston teams.

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I think it looks more like Jacobs Field in Cleveland.

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Once the new Cowboys stadium is built, it will make all stadiums look bad

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