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We’ve come up with our list of the best Super Bowl fantasy locations. Check out the list and listen in as TC and Phil countdown and debate the best ever Super Bowl fantasy locations list in the brand new show called Sportsnaut: The.Best.Ever. 

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Super Bowl Fantasy Locations

#10 – Wembley Stadium

Teams that play here: England’s soccer international stadium
Location: London, England.
Capacity: 90,000

Interesting tidbits:

  • Wembley Stadium was built over the original Wembley and opened in 2007.
  • The stadium hosts major football matches and sporting events from across the globe.
  • Wembley Stadium is the second largest stadium in Europe.

#9 – Arrowhead Stadium

Teams that play here: Kansas City Chiefs
Location: Kansas City.
Capacity: 90,000

Interesting tidbits:

  • The Arrowhead Stadium is the 27th largest stadium in North America.
  • The Chief fans broke the Guinness World Record for loudest crowd roar at an outdoor stadium in 2013.
  • Lamar Hunt is a major figure in NFL history.

#8 – Mile High Stadium

Teams that play here: Denver Broncos
Location: Denver.
Capacity: 76,125

Interesting tidbits:

  • The Mile High Stadium began as a baseball only stadium. Only after several expansions did it become the home of the Denver Broncos.
  • The stadium was originally built for the Denver Bears, by 1992 they had become the Denver Zephyrs and had moved to the Pacific Coast League.
  • The potential threat of snow could make for great TV.

#7 – Bristol Motor Speedway

Teams that play here: Nascar venue
Location: Tennessee.
Capacity: 165,000

Interesting tidbits:

  • The Motor Speedway is a NASCAR short track.
  • The Bristol Motor Speedway is one of the most popular tracks because of its unique features; steep banking, all concrete surface, two pit roads and stadium like seating.
  • The Speedway is the 4th largest sports venue in America, the 8th largest in the world.

#6 – Michigan Stadium

Teams that play here: Michigan Wolverines
Location: Michigan.
Capacity: 109,901

Interesting tidbits:

  • The Michigan Stadium is nicknamed “The Big House”.
  • The Big House is the football stadium for the University of Michigan.
  • The Big House is the largest stadium in the United States, the 3rd largest in the world.
  • The extra seat (109,901) in the stadium is reserved for the former athletic director, Fritz Crisler. The seats location is not specified.
  • Every home game has drawn over 100,000 spectators since November 8th, 1975.

#5 – Wrigley Field

Teams that play here: Chicago Cubs
Location: Chicago.
Capacity: 41,159

Interesting tidbits:

  • Originally named the Weeghman Park but was renamed by William Wrigley Jr. the chewing gum magnate.
  • Between 1921 and 1970 the stadium was also home for the Chicago Bears.
  • The stadium is nicknamed “The Friendly Confines”, this was popularized by Hall of Famer Ernie Banks.
  • Wrigley Field is the 10th smallest actively used ballpark.

#4 – Aloha Stadium

Teams that play here: University of Hawaii Warriors
Location: Hawaii.
Capacity: 50,000

Interesting tidbits:

  • The stadium has hosted the NCAA’s Hawai’i Bowl, the National Football League’s Pro Bowl and the NCAA’s Hula Bowl.
  • The stadium carpark is used locally as a swap meet every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday. This swap meet draws huge crowds.
  • The stadium was once the home field for the Hawaii Islanders of the Pacific Coast League before they moved to Colorado Springs.
  • The home of many Pro Bowl games deserves a chance for the Super Bowl.

#3 – Fenway Park

Teams that play here: Boston Red Sox
Location: Boston.
Capacity: 37,400

Interesting tidbits:

  • Fenway Park is the oldest Major League Baseball stadium in use. It opened in 1912.
  • Due to Fenway Park’s age and constrained position its renovations have resulted in a unique venue. Features include the famous “Green Monster”, “Pesky’s Pole” and “The Triangle”.
  • Fenway Park’s centennial was on March 7th 2012. The park was added to the National Register of Historic Places at this point.
  • Fenway Park is considered to be one of the most well-known sport venues in the world.

#2 – Soldier Field

Teams that play here: Chicago Bears
Location: Chicago.
Capacity: 61,500

Interesting tidbits:

  • Soldier Field is the oldest NFL stadium and also one of the smallest.
  • Soldier Field had extensive renovations in 2003.
  • The stadium opened in 1924 as Municipal Grant Park Stadium, changing its name to Soldier Field November 11th, 1925.

#1 – Lambeau Field

Teams that play here: Green Bay Packers
Location: Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Capacity: 80,750

Interesting tidbits:

  • The Lambeau Field was renamed in 1965 after Packers founder, player and long time head coach Curly Lambeau who died that year.
  • The street Lambeau Field is on was called Highland Avenue, until it was renamed to Lombardi Avenue in 1968 after former head coach Vince Lombardi.
  • The Super Bowl trophy is called the Lombardi Trophy.
  • The Green Bay Packers won the first Super Bowl in 1957, in Green Bay.
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