The Oakland Raiders may not have a home stadium to play in for the 2019 NFL season. Reports say they are now considering Glendale as an option while they await their new home in Las Vegas.
Bad audio. Inadequate video displays. Not enough high-end seating. All of this and other limitations stand out at New Era Field in Orchard Park and at KeyBank Center in downtown Buffalo amid a constant race by other sports teams across the nation to offer more to their fans.
In preparing to open their 46th season in Orchard Park, New York, this weekend, the Buffalo Bills are setting their sights on longer-term plans in determining whether to renovate their existing facility or build a new one.
It is quite idiotic that a Las Vegas state-of-the-art football stadium is being built without enough land for attendees to park. Before the first shovel touched the dirt, a proper parking area was a major problem.
The Arizona Cardinals and State Farm have reached agreement on an 18-year naming rights commitment that results in the team’s home venue becoming State Farm Stadium.
While the 49ers’ previous home in Candlestick Park often greeted fans with wind-chilled conditions, the team’s state-of-the-art venue in Santa Clara has the opposite problem, a glaring one to many who visit.
Michael Bidwill took the local media on a tour of University of Phoenix Stadium’s club level before Saturday’s preseason opener against the Chargers, pointing out myriad upgrades from a recent $28 million renovation.
With a few shorts blasts of a horn, the intricate steel structure came to life. Slowly, the eight mammoth pods above Mercedes-Benz Stadium began to slide along railroad-like tracks, revealing the towering downtown skyline off to the east, the glimmering gold dome of the state capitol to the south, and a brilliant blue sky sprinkled
Long before Las Vegas emerged as a viable landing spot for Mark Davis and his Oakland Raiders and the state of Nevada pledged $750 million to help build them a stadium and the NFL approved the Silver and Black’s relocation here, the Raiders owner was already pointed in Southern Nevada’s direction.
The process is simple once you figure out the flight patterns. If you’re flying into Los Angeles International Airport from the north, chances are you will land on the north runway, which means you will only see the forthcoming new NFL stadium on the left portion of the airplane.