26. Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
Los Angeles, California, USA
Built: 1923 - Capacity: 93,607
Home of the USC Trojans. Former home of the Los Angeles Rams, Raiders and Dodgers. Host of the 1932 and 1984 Summer Olympics, as well as the first Super Bowl (then called the NFL-AFL Championship Game.)
It is one of only eight sports stadia to enter the U.S. National Historic Register*.
Photo by Flickr user MetroLA.
*: The list in the link includes some golf courses, historic districts and casinos that were not counted as sports stadia.

26. Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

Los Angeles, California, USA

Built: 1923 - Capacity: 93,607

Home of the USC Trojans. Former home of the Los Angeles Rams, Raiders and Dodgers. Host of the 1932 and 1984 Summer Olympics, as well as the first Super Bowl (then called the NFL-AFL Championship Game.)

It is one of only eight sports stadia to enter the U.S. National Historic Register*.

Photo by Flickr user MetroLA.

*: The list in the link includes some golf courses, historic districts and casinos that were not counted as sports stadia.

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