Stadiums and arenas can be cultural centerpieces of the cities and states in which they reside.
We took a look at the most iconic stadiums in every state in the U.S. The list is dominated by college football facilities, many of which are the biggest in their respective states. In some states, however, there are iconic baseball, football, and basketball venues that have historical significance.
Check out the most iconic stadiums in every state below:
One thing to know: The "largest entertainment facility in Alaska," the Sullivan Center also hosts shows, concerts, trade shows, and more.
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Arizona: Sun Devil Stadium
Location: Tempe, AZ
One thing to know: Home of Arizona State football, Sun Devil Stadium sits between the Tempe buttes and first hosted a game in 1958.
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Arkansas: Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium
Location: Fayetteville, AR
One thing to know: Donald W. Reynolds Stadium has been home University of Arkansas football since 1938. In 2018, it underwent a $160 million renovation.
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California: Rose Bowl
Location: Pasadena, CA
Sports: Football, soccer
One thing to know: Opened in 1922, the Rose Bowl has hosted college football games, Super Bowl games, and World Cup games. The stadium is recognized as a National Historic Monument.
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Colorado: Coors Field
Location: Denver, CO
One thing to know: Coors Field, the Colorado Rockies home field, is located in downtown Denver and has a reputation for being a hitter's park because of the thin air one mile above sea level.
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Connecticut: Yale Bowl
Location: New Haven, CT
One thing to know: Over 100 years old, the Yale Bowl was once the largest stadium in the world and the first football stadium to offer seating surrounding the field, according to Yale's website.
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Delaware: Delaware Stadium
Location: Newark, DE
Sports: Football, lacrosse
One thing to know: Home of University of Delaware football and men's and women's lacrosse, Delaware Stadium is the largest stadium in the state.
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Florida: Daytona International Speedway
Location: Daytona Beach, FL
Sports: Auto racing
One thing to know: Daytona International Speedway hosts the Daytona 500, the most prestigious race in NASCAR.
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Georgia: Sanford Stadium
Location: Athens, GA
One thing to know: The Georgia Bulldogs' home field is the fifth-largest on-campus stadium in the U.S., according to the unversity.
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Hawaii: Aloha Stadium
Location: Honolulu, HI
One thing to know: The largest stadium in Hawaii, Aloha Stadium has also hosted NFL preseason and Pro Bowl games beyond the University of Hawaii's football games.
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Idaho: Albertsons Stadium
Location: Boise, ID
One thing to know: Boise State's iconic blue field was apparently the idea of an athletic director who decided if the school was going to spend $750,000 on a new playing surface, they should do something to set them apart.
One thing to know: The second oldest ballpark in America, Wrigley Field is famous for its iconic ivy on the outfield wall. The park has been undergoing renovations to improve facilities while keeping its original charm.
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Indiana: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Location: Indianapolis, IN
Sports: Auto racing
One thing to know: Home to the Indy 500, the 2.5-mile track has remained almost unchanged since its construction in 1909.
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Iowa: Kinnick Stadium
Location: Iowa City, IA
One thing to know: Home of the Iowa Hawkeyes, some believe the stadium has "Kinnick Voodoo," as the Hawkeyes often defeat higher-ranked opponents when they visit.
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Kansas: Bill Snyder Family Stadium
Location: Manhattan, KS
One thing to know: Named after legendary Kansas State head coach Billy Snyder's family, the stadium opened in 1968.
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Kentucky: Churchill Downs
Location: Louisville, KY
Sports: Horse racing
One thing to know: Churchill Downs hosts the Kentucky Derby, the longest-running and perhaps the most unique event in sports.
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Louisiana: Mercedes-Benz Superdome
Location: New Orleans, LA
One thing to know: Often just called the "Superdome," the New Orleans Saints' domed arena has given them a strong home-field advantage since they moved in in 1975.
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Maine: Alfond Stadium
Location: Orono, Maine
Sports: Football, track
One thing to know: Maine isn't the biggest state for sports, but Alfond Stadium at the University of Maine was ranked by Yahoo as the best place in the state to watch a football game. Tickets can be as low as $9.
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Maryland: Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Location: Baltimore, MD
One thing to know: Oriole Park looks like a retro ballpark, but was actually built in the '90s to keep the Orioles in town after the Colts left Baltimore for Indianapolis.
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Massachusetts: Fenway Park
Location: Boston, MA
One thing to know: The oldest park in MLB, Fenway has several quirky features, including "Pesky's Pole and the "Green Monster." It's a National Historic Landmark.
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Michigan: Michigan Stadium
Location: Ann Arbor, MI
One thing to know: Known as the "Big House," the University of Michigan has led the NCAA in college football attendance for 43 of the past 45 years.
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Minnesota: U.S. Bank Stadium
Location: Minneapolis, MN
One thing to know: Opened in 2016, the panel of windows gives a view to the downtown, but keeps the stadium warm and dry from harsh Minnesota winters.
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Mississippi: Vaught-Hemingway Stadium
Location: Oxford, Mississippi
One thing to know: Vaught-Hemingway received an expansion in 2016 that made it the largest stadium in Mississippi.
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Missouri: Arrowhead Stadium
Location: Kansas City, MO
One thing to know: The football-shaped video boards are among the distinctive features of the Kansas City Chiefs' home field.
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Montana: Washington-Grizzly Stadium
Location: Missoula, MT
One thing to know: Situated next to rolling hills and Mount Sentinel, the home of the Montana Grizzlies is among the most picturesque on this list.
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Nebraska: Memorial Stadium
Location: Lincoln, NE
One thing to know: Named for Nebraskan war veterans, the University of Nebraska stadium has commemorative quotes on each of the stadium's four corners from former UNL professor of philosophy Hartley Burr Alexander.
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Nevada: MGM Grand Garden Arena
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Sports: Boxing, professional wrestling
One thing to know: The MGM Grand has hosted some of the biggest fights in boxing history and has even hosted hockey and basketball games.
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New Hampshire: Memorial Field
Location: Hanover, NH
Sports: Football, track
One thing to know: Another Ivy League facility, Dartmouth's Memorial Field was originally built in 1893 and finished in 1923.
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New Jersey: MetLife Stadium
Location: East Rutherford, NJ
Sports: Football, soccer
One thing to know: Home of both the New York Giants and New York Jets (yet located in New Jersey), MetLife Stadium hosts more football games per year than any other stadium in America.
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New Mexico: Dreamstyle Stadium
Location: Albuquerque, NM
One thing to know: The atmosphere inside Dreamstyle Stadium, the home field for the University of Mexico Lobos, is said to be electric, with the student-section called the Howl Raisers.
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New York: Madison Square Garden
Location: New York, NY
Sports: Basketball, hockey, combat sports
One thing to know: Madison Square Garden, the self-appointed "World's Most Famous Arena," is actually the fourth iteration of the building, as previous Madison Square Gardens were located in other areas of midtown in New York City. The current version opened in 1968.
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North Carolina: Cameron Indoor Stadium
Location: Durham, NC
One thing to know: The intimate setting and raucous student section have given Duke one of the best home-court advantages in all of college basketball.
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North Dakota: Fargodome
Location: Fargo, ND
One thing to know: The Fargodome hosts the North Dakota State University football team and is technically not a "dome" at all.
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Ohio: Ohio Stadium
Location: Columbus, OH
One thing to know: Nicknamed "The Shoe," the home of the Ohio State Buckeyes is the fourth-largest on-campus facility in the country, according to the university.
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Oklahoma: Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium
Location: Norman, OK
One thing to know: Fans attending Oklahoma Sooners games are treated to the Sooner Schooner, a vintage, covered wagon often used by settlers in Oklahoma, being pulled onto the field by two white horses.
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Pennsylvania: Franklin Field
Location: Philadelphia, PA
Sports: Track and field, football
One thing to know: Situated on the University of Pennsylvania campus, Franklin Field is the oldest college stadium in the country, according to Penn Today, and the home of the famous Penn Relays for 100 years.
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Rhode Island: Brown Stadium
Location: Providence, RI
Sports: Football, track and field
One thing to know: The home field for Brown University has a grass field instead of turf.