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    • Defunct sports venues

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    • Proposed sports venues

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    • Unbuilt sports venues

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    • Lists of sports venues

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    • Sports attendance

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    • Indoor arenas

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    • Playing field surfaces

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    • Stadiums

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    • Sport venue

    • A sport venue is a building, structure, or place in which a sporting competition is held. A stadium (plural stadiums or stadia) is a place or venue for (mostly) outdoor sports or other events and consists of a field or stage either partly or completely surrounded by a tiered structure designed to allow spectators to s ... Read »


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    • Baseball field

    • A baseball field, also called a ball field or a baseball diamond, is the field upon which the game of baseball is played. The term is also used as a metonym for baseball park. The starting point for much of the action on the field is home plate, which is a five-sided slab of whitened rubber, 17 inches square with ... Read »


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    • Baseball park

    • Baseball Park

      Baseball Park is home to baseball in Western Australia. It was built in 2004, with a seating capacity of about 500 and standing room for a further 3,500. This is the first baseball-exclusive stadium in Perth since the demolition of Parry Field in the mid-1990s. Baseball Park was the venue of the 2007 Claxton Shield, wh ... Read »


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    • Bleacher

    • In the United States, bleachers or stands are raised, tiered rows of benches found at sports fields and other spectator events. Stairways provide access to the horizontal rows of seats, often with every other step gaining access to a row of benches. Benches range from simple planks to elaborate ones with backrests. Ma ... Read »


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    • Club seating

    • Club-level seating is a special section of seating in modern sports stadiums and arenas. The club level is usually located towards the middle of the stage of seating sections, above the lower deck but below the upper deck. They are usually situated near the luxury boxes, whether right above, right below, or sandwiched ... Read »


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    • Debenture (sport)

    • In sport, a debenture is defined as a certificate of agreement of loans which is given under the company's stamp and carries an undertaking that the debenture holder will get a fixed return (fixed on the basis of interest rates) and the principal amount whenever the debenture matures. The terms may also include ancilla ... Read »


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    • Field house

    • Field house or fieldhouse is a common name for indoor sports arenas and stadiums, mostly used for college basketball, volleyball, or ice hockey. Additionally it is known to serve as a support building for various adjacent sports fields, i.e. locker room, team room, coaches' offices, etc. When spelled "Field House", it ... Read »


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    • Grandstand

    • A grandstand is a large and normally permanent structure for seating spectators, most often at a racetrack. This includes both auto racing and horse racing. The grandstand is in essence like a single section of a stadium, but differs from a stadium in that it does not wrap all or most of the way around. Grandstands may ... Read »


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    • Groundshare

    • Groundshare is the principle of sharing a stadium between two local sport teams. This is usually done for the purpose of reducing the costs of either construction of two separate facilities and related maintenance. This is two teams that do not play the same sport share a ground or a stadium. It is common in North ... Read »


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    • Gymkhana

    • Gymkhana (Hindi: जिमख़ाना, Assamese: জিমখানা, Bengali: জিমখানা, Urdu: جِمخانہ‎, Sindhi: جمخانه‎) is an Indian term which originally referred to a place of assemb ... Read »


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    • International Association for Sports and Leisure Facilities

    • International Association for Sports and Leisure Facilities

      The International Association for Sports and Leisure Facilities (IAKS) is a non-profit organization devoted to sports buildings and leisure centres. The IAKS was founded in Cologne in 1965. It is the only non-profit organization concerned globally with the subject of sports facility development and has therefore been ... Read »


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    • Leisure centre

    • A leisure centre in the UK, Ireland, Australia (also called aquatic centres) and Canada is a purpose built building or site, usually owned and operated by the city, borough council or municipal district council, where people go to keep fit or relax through using the facilities. Facilities may include a swimming pool ( ... Read »


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    • Luxury box

    • Luxury boxes and club seating constitute the most exclusive class of seating in arenas and stadiums, and generate much higher revenues than regular seating. Club ticketholders often receive exclusive access to an indoor part of the venue through private club entrances, to areas containing special restaurants, merchandi ... Read »


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    • Mobile bleacher

    • A mobile bleacher or portable bleacher is a type of bleacher that can be moved to different locations to fulfill a need for temporary or reconfigurable seating. Some units incorporate a built-in hydraulic or electric actuation system for raising and lowering the unit. Highway towable units are available, as well as uni ... Read »


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    • Modular stadium

    • A modular stadium is a sports facility that is constructed of modular components. In contrast to a temporary stadium, modular stadiums are not time-limited constructions, but rather permanent ones. The actual structure is thereby built without the use of concrete. The focus here is on the steel construction. Individual ... Read »


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    • Multi-Use Games Area

    • A Multi Use Games Area (abbreviated MUGA) is usually a steel anti vandal outdoor fenced area with built in goal post units for various types of sports games, such as football, basketball or tennis. The outer fencing makes it easier to keep the ball in play. MUGAs are often installed at schools. MUGAs can be supplied in ... Read »


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    • Naming rights

    • In the private sector, naming rights are a financial transaction and form of advertising whereby a corporation or other entity purchases the right to name a facility or event, typically for a defined period of time. For properties like a multi-purpose arena, performing arts venue or an athletic field, the term ranges f ... Read »


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    • Nosebleed section

    • In the United States and Canada, the nosebleed section (or nosebleed seats) are the seats of a public arena, usually an athletic stadium or gymnasium, that are highest and, usually, farthest from the desired activity. A common tongue-in-cheek reference to having seats at the upper tiers of a stadium is "sitting in the ... Read »


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    • Palace of Sports

    • Palace of Sports or Sports Palace (Russian: Дворец спорта) is the name of comprehensive indoors sports venues introduced in the Soviet Union (compare with Palace of Culture) and still used in a number of post-Soviet states. Many of them had standard architectural design. Some of them ... Read »


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    • Palaestra

    • The palaestra (/pəˈliːstrə/ or /-ˈlaɪ-/; also (chiefly British) palestra; Greek: παλαίστρα) was the ancient Greek wrestling school. The events that did not require a lot of space, such as boxing and wrestling, were practised there. The palaestra functioned both independently ... Read »


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    • Personal seat license

    • A personal seat license, or PSL, is a paid license that entitles the holder to the right to buy season tickets for a certain seat in a stadium. This holder can sell the seat license to someone else if they no longer wish to purchase season tickets. However, if the seat license holder chooses not to sell the seat licens ... Read »


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    • Scoreboard

    • A scoreboard is a large board for publicly displaying the score in a game. Most levels of sport from high school and above use at least one scoreboard for keeping score, measuring time, and displaying statistics. Scoreboards in the past used a mechanical clock and numeral cards to display the score. When a point was ma ... Read »


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    • Sports complex

    • A sports complex is a group of sports facilities. For example, there are track and field stadiums, football stadiums, baseball stadiums, swimming pools, and gymnasiums. This area is a sports complex, for fitness. Olympic Park is also a kind of sports complex. Examples of a sports complexes: ... Read »


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    • Stadium

    • A stadium (plural stadiums or stadia) is a place or venue for (mostly) outdoor sports, concerts, or other events and consists of a field or stage either partly or completely surrounded by a tiered structure designed to allow spectators to stand or sit and view the event. Pausanias noted that for about half a century t ... Read »


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    • Stadium subsidy

    • A stadium subsidy is a type of government subsidy given to professional sports franchises to help finance the construction or renovation of sports venues. Stadium subsidies can come in the form of tax-free municipal bonds, cash payments, infrastructure improvements and operating cost subsidies. Funding for stadium subs ... Read »


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    • Standing-room only

    • An event is described as standing room only when it is so well-attended that all of the chairs in the venue are occupied, leaving only flat spaces of pavement or flooring for other attendees to stand, at least those spaces not restricted by occupancy by fire codes for ingress/egress of crowds. Some venues issue standin ... Read »


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    • Turf management

    • Turf management or pitchcare describes the work needed to keep a sporting pitch ready for use. This article looks at the various types of sporting pitches and the type of challenges which they present. The skills needed vary considerably dependent upon the sport and whether or not artificial surfaces are used. Special ... Read »


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