American Cities by Stadium Quiz

Name the U.S. cities which are home to these famous stadiums, past and present
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Last updated: January 2, 2020
First submittedSeptember 6, 2011
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Fenway Park
Wrigley Field
Lambeau Field
Green Bay
Camden Yards
The Superdome
New Orleans
Joe Louis Arena
The Kingdome
Three Rivers Stadium
Cotton Bowl
Arrowhead Stadium
Kansas City
Candlestick Park
San Francisco
Arthur Ashe Stadium
New York City
The Metrodome
Orange Bowl
The Astrodome
Mile High Stadium
Rose Bowl
Camp Randall
Bryant–Denny Stadium
Dean Smith Center
Chapel Hill
Rupp Arena
Rose Garden
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May 31, 2014
Changed the quiz to be U.S. only since it was mostly U.S. anyway.
Level 75
May 31, 2014
Finished with 5 seconds left
Level 59
Jun 12, 2014
I believe that Arthur Ashe stadium is in Flushing Meadows - that should be an accepted answer.
Level 80
Jun 12, 2014
Flushing Meadows is a neighborhood, not a city. The city is NYC.
Level 70
Jun 12, 2014
Shouldn't the Orange Bowl be listed as Miami Gardens?
Level 45
Jun 12, 2014
14/22 even though I don't even know any of them. I just tried typing in major cities of the US
Level 58
Mar 26, 2017
same but i have 15 :)
Level 44
May 29, 2017
Did that too lmao, got 17 though c:
Level 37
Jun 12, 2014
Cities is deceptive in quiz title.
Level 81
Jun 12, 2014
You may find this helpful.
Level 52
Nov 9, 2014
i've always been curious of that. I spent a few years in Heber City, Utah which is incorporated as a city and only has a few thousand people. And I was born in Oak Park, Illinois, a *village* of over 50,000. TBH i think its arbitrary and shouldnt matter
Level 83
Apr 22, 2019
In Maine and I think all of New England a town has a town meeting. However, larger towns have representative town meetings with people elected to a permanent town council to vote, headed by a town manager. Cities in Maine can also have a city council headed by a city manager, the exact same government. There is no distinction nor rules based on physical size, density or population.

Three cities have about 7,000 to 9,000 people and physical borders over 70 square miles. Many of the largest municipalities are towns.

In Connecticut cities are coextensive with a town of the same name that exists on paper only. They also have no county government whatsoever.

So in New England, no difference.

Level 81
Jun 12, 2014
I knew almost none of these stadiums but got most of the right answers just by randomly guessing cities famous for pro or college sports.
Level 90
Jun 14, 2014
The Cotton Bowl is played at "Jerry World" in Arlington, TX now. I believe the old stadium in Dallas is still called the Cotton Bowl, but you might want to consider accepting Arlington as well.
Level 51
Aug 5, 2014
No, because the cotton bowl STADIUM is in Dallas regardless of where the Cotton Bowl Game is played.
Level 55
Aug 15, 2015
Can you accept Pasadina?
Level 84
Jun 16, 2017
Not shocked about Camp Randall being the lowest but I am shocked the rest of the college towns are practically just as low. The other three college venues are named after a very famous coach that at least connects you to the correct university.
Level 49
Mar 23, 2018
haha, I am shocked it wasthat high, guess people guessing a few and quitting then getting 100%?
Level 46
Oct 31, 2017
Level 48
Nov 5, 2017
Rose Garden is now called Moda Center
Level 38
Mar 8, 2018
Please add a yellow box!!! Omg that would be soooo much harder and more fun. Plz
Level 78
Feb 6, 2020
I agree. I knew 3 of the stadiums, but got 18 by just guessing big cities.