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10 Truly Bizarre Stadium Features That You’ll Need To Sample

Ah, the modern stadium. As the governor of St. Louis so eloquently put it, “welfare for millionaires.” In place of standing-room only paddocks exposed to inclement weather, we now have free universal wi-fi, luxury suites that place you next to the players and concession prices that’ll cause your rent check to bounce.

Fan-tastic. But it’s not all doom and gloom. Some features of modern stadiums are simply breathtaking or incredibly well-reasoned. Alas, some older grounds also boast truly unique features that make them a cut above the rest of the cookies. 

The American Outlaws Are Lit. Here's Proof

The USMNT ventured to Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Denver, Colorado for their fifth match in the hexagonal round of CONCACAF World Cup qualifying.

The American Outlaws were out in full force supporting the red,white and blue, and we luckily were on site to capture some of the best moments of the match. From smooching a significant other after a Christian Pulisic goal to a fan not wanting to give the steward the ball back, we saw it all. 

A Behind The Scenes Look At Estadio Chivas Before Tonight's Liga MX Final

In anticipation of Sunday night’s Liga MX final second leg at Estadio Chivas, we spoke with Jose Maria Aldrete Gonzalez, Facility and Turf Manager for the building and a member of the Sports Turf Managers Association.

Originally employed as an architect during the construction of the stadium, which opened in 2010, Aldrete has continued in his new role since that time, including overseeing the transition from an artificial playing surface to natural grass at the behest of Johan Cruyff in 2012. 

Evolution Of The Soccer Ball

Soccer is an old game, and the years have seen interesting changes to the soccer ball. As we move into the future, the technology and appearance of the soccer ball will continue to change.

Here is a quick rundown of some of the most influential and interesting soccer balls over the course of history. 

Enjoy!

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