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Catch The Best Sports At Missouri Venues
You haven’t experienced a football game until you’ve seen one at Arrowhead Stadium. From the mouth-watering aroma of Kansas City barbecue that permeates the parking lot as well as the stadium itself to the electric atmosphere of the crowd from kickoff until the final whistle, it’s a bucket list item for any sports fan. Even if you’re not a Chiefs fan, you’ll get goosebumps when the sea of red makes its presence felt.
Part of the same Truman Sports Complex where Arrowhead Stadium is located, you must take in a game at Kauffman Stadium. “The K” was one of the first stadiums built specifically for baseball at a time when multi-sports stadiums and arenas were commonplace.
For more ballgame action, head to the eastern end of Missouri for a thrilling baseball game at Busch Stadium in St. Louis. Catch yourself cheering at a basketball game at the multi-purpose Edward Jones Dome and when there’s not a game going on, hit up one of the headlining concerts at this massive venue.
The downtown Scottrade Center hasn’t just been for NHL’s St. Louis Blues and their skills on the ice, but has also been where The Rock won his first WWE championship back in ‘98.
With a capacity for over 79,000 football fans, Arrowhead stadium is located in Kansas City, Missouri. The western Missouri facility is home to the NFL Kansas City Chiefs and is the fifth largest in the league for seating capacity.
As part of the Harry S. Truman Sports Complex, Arrowhead Stadium is set beside Ewing M. Kauffman Stadium – the home of the MLB Kansas City Royals. Arrowhead also occasionally hosts NCAA Big 12 Conference football championship games, in addition to the annual Fall Classic at Arrowhead.
With the seating capacity for 46,861 baseball fans, Busch Stadium is located in downtown St. Louis, Missouri. The eastern Missouri facility is home to the MLB's St. Louis Cardinals and is the third St. Louis stadium to carry its name.
Busch Stadium occasionally hosts other types of sporting events, including NCAA football and even English Premier League soccer exhibition games. The facility’s ample seating makes it a go-to venue for big-name concerts – past headliners include Dave Matthews Band, The Eagles, and U2.
Edward Jones Dome
Constructed in 1995, the Edward Jones Dome is a multi-purpose entertainment venue and most notably the former home of the NFL's Los Angeles Rams. After many renovations and expansions, the dome can now seat 66,000 comfortably and is centrally located in downtown St. Louis in eastern Missouri.
Still the site of many top-flight sporting events, the Edward Jones Dome is a proud part of the America's Center complex and convention center. The dome hosts other types of events as well, including concerts featuring artists like U2 and the Rolling Stones, as well the NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament Final Four in 2005.
With a seating capacity for 38,000 baseball fans, Ewing M. Kauffman Stadium is located in Kansas City, Missouri.
Formerly known as Royals Stadium – and now affectionately known as “The K” – the western Missouri facility is home to the MLB Kansas City Royals.
Kauffman Stadium is part of the Harry S. Truman Sports Complex, which also contains Arrowhead Stadium – home of the NFL Kansas City Chiefs.
Each game, the Kansas City Royals select a fan to sit in the Buck O’ Neil Legacy Seat behind home plate as a reward for embodying the baseball legend’s spirit.
With the seating capacity for over 19,000 people, Scottrade Center is located in downtown St. Louis, Missouri. The eastern Missouri facility is home to the National Hockey League’s St. Louis Blues, and hosts numerous other types of events.
Scottrade Center frequently hosts NCAA events like NCAA Frozen Four Hockey Championships and the NCAA Women’s Final Four Basketball Championships. The arena has also hosted many pivotal WWE matches – The Rock won his first WWE Championship at Scottrade Center in 1998.