Best Home Field Advantage in SportsTough enough to win on road, tougher to win in these venues.
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With Russell Wilson undefeated here, the Seahawks are very good at CenturyLink
Crowd Noise originated in old Kingdome. If Kingdome was still around..would be here too.
Its not just a home ground for any Liverpudlian, its more to a shrine, biggest dream for any Liverpool fans to go to Anfield & sung "You'll Never Walk Alone" at the Kop.
Fortress Anfield. Hear The Kop. More History Than Any Other Team
Just face it, no one can win against a team with a stadium filled with cheeseheads.
Except for the giants of course...
Packers are going all the way next year. It had to be like this so the pats could get their perfect season, that's all.
only lost two playoff games there amazing you have to go there I did
The frozen tundra of Lambeau Field. The Fenway Park of the NFL.
The NFL's answer to Wrigley Feild.
There is NOTHING like a Saturday night in Death Valley.
Haha, a k-state fan... Biased a little. I am too and I still think that Arrowhead is the loudest whether the Chiefs are 3-13 or 12-4. The fan support makes it so awesome and makes it so difficult to play here.
THE loudest stadium in all of sports
80000 fans and a decibal level at 120. Tough place to play.
I've born and raised in KC so I have seen arrowhead plenty of times. spent 8 years in Vegas and attended UNLV (who think they have a great basketball tradition), and I have been to stadiums all such as rose bowl Arizona, the pit in New Mexico etc... and I can tell you nothing even comes close to Allen field house. It's like arrowhead/quest had a baby with Wrigly/Fenway and you have one of the greatest venues in sports where teams are 215-9 since 2005. It's definitely #1.
Statistically, this IS the greatest home field advantage in all of sports. From Wikipedia "KU's current record at Allen Fieldhouse, as of March 18, 2013, is 699-108. Since 1994, the Jayhawks have gone 263-14. Since 2007, they have gone 107-2, making Allen Fieldhouse the statistically greatest home-court advantage in all of sports."
How can you go aginst these numbers? The whole Seattle argument really irks me, where we're "the 12s" (scary name) the past decade?
It's actually statistically proven so it's the only correct answer
5280 ft above sea level and best record at home since 1980. Enough said.
There old stadium was so loud you couldn't hear the person sitting next to you no matter how well the team was playing
In January-Pats are unbeatable there.
When that wind swirls in the Jersey swamps...trouble.
The Gophs can't lose in the Barn
Too bad the U is moving to Dolphin Stadium in 2008. Imposing place to be the road team even when Dolphins were there.
When you're playing in Chicago in the Bear weather in the rain and snow against that always fierce Bears defense you're in for some trouble, and a loss!
A field dedicated to the soldiers of America. It gets PRETTY intense. Especially When Hester runs one back!
The best home record in europe only 2 defeats ever and both to the best team in the world Barcelona
Notice how many lefty hitters boston drafts smack off the wall on what would have been an easy pop up play double after double after double. Also pop ups are now a homerun.
This is how the conversation should have gone,
"Why don't we make left field like 37 feet tall?"
The temp could be 95 degrees in downtown SF but would be 32 degrees at the Stick.
not beaten at home in the league in 3 years
Best homefield in baseball. 1987 and 2006 World Series proved that.
Okay most of it has been teared down but every team in the country panicked when they had to play Arsenal at home. It's even the centre of the untouchables season not a loss in sight!
Suns Fans are rowdy during playoff time. Loudest arena in the Western Conference apart from the Staples Center.