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List of closed stadiums by capacity

This list of closed stadiums by capacity shows demolished, unused, or otherwise closed sports stadiums ordered by their capacity, that is the maximum number of spectators that the stadium could accommodate seated. All stadiums that had a capacity at the time of closing of 25.000 or greater are included. Most of the largest stadiums were used for football soccer or American football. However, some high capacity venues were used for baseball, cricket, Gaelic games, rugby union, rugby league, Australian rules football and Canadian football. Many stadiums had a running track around the perimet ...

Chapelizod Sports Stadium

The stadium also hosted speedway from 1950-1954 and 1961. The team raced as the Dublin Lizods, Dublin Eagles and Dublin Falcons at various promotions.

Joe Frazier's Gym

Joe Fraziers Gym was a training facility owned by American professional boxer, Joe Frazier. Frazier trained at the gym while preparing for his 1971 Fight of the Century against Muhammad Ali.

Olympic Aquatics Stadium

The Olympic Aquatics Stadium was a temporary aquatics center in the Barra Olympic Park in Rio de Janeiro. The venue hosted the swimming events and water polo finals at the 2016 Summer Olympics, and the para-swimming events for the 2016 Summer Paralympics.


ⓘ Defunct sports venues

  • Venues that are closed, defunct or no longer serve as sports venues are not included. Italics indicate historical regular tenant. Lists of sports venues
  • Orlando Sports Stadium a.k.a. Eddie Graham Sports Complex was an indoor arena, located in Orlando, Florida. The venue was opened in 1967 by GC Pete
  • Chapelizod Sports Stadium was a greyhound racing and speedway stadium in Chapelizod Road, Chapelizod, Dublin, Ireland. Plans were drawn up during 1949
  • of England s oldest sporting venues and was used in the 18th and 19th centuries for cricket, prizefighting and other sports The site can be reached from
  • the venues used in the NBL, the Perth Arena and Melbourne Arena, the main home venue for the two Melbourne teams, are both retractable roof venues List
  • used in concerts and conventions. The complex was actually the sports field of a defunct school named Saint Martin s Integrated School Elementary and
  • Ltd., the owners of the currently - defunct football club Mika FC. It is located near the Mika Stadium. Mika Sports Arena is currently home to the Armenia
  • South Wales portal 2000 Summer Olympics venues List of sports venues in Australia Sydney Olympic Park Sports Centre now known as Quaycentre Netball
  • of sports venues in Portland, Oregon, specifically the metro area, that are currently in operation or defunct The city features two major sports franchises
  • The Gold Coast Sports Precinct is a series of sports facilities and venues located on the Gold Coast, Queensland, in Australia. The precinct has hosted