Stadium Guides

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Part a bucket list ambition to visit every professional soccer stadium in the country, and part a desire to provide a resource for fans, WSOTP Stadium Guides aim to be the most comprehensive source of information about American soccer venues.

As I visit each stadium, I work with the clubs and local supporters to provide a full break down on not just the match day experience at that stadium — where to park, what seats are offer the best value, where the good beer is at each stadium — but will also take a look at visiting the city itself, too. And we’ll pull back the curtains and give you some looks behind the scenes, too.

Eastern Conference
Club Stadium Location Visit Date & Guide
Atlanta United FC (2017) Mercedes-Benz Stadium Atlanta, GA TBD
Chicago Fire Toyota Park Bridgeview, IL 6/2/2013
Columbus Crew SC Mapfre Stadium Columbus, OH 6/15/2013
D.C. United RFK Stadium Washington, DC 7/20/2014
Impact Montreal Stade Saputo Montreal, QC TBD
New England Revolution Gillette Stadium Foxborough, MA TBD
New York City FC Yankee Stadium (Temporary) Bronx, NY TBD
New York Red Bulls Red Bull Arena Harrison, NJ 8/28/2016
Orlando City SC Citrus Bowl (Temporary) Orlando, FL TBD
Philadelphia Union Talen Energy Stadium Chester, PA 8/27/2016
Toronto FC BMO Field Toronto, ON TBD
Western Conference
Club Stadium Location Visit Date & Guide
Colorado Rapids Dick’s Sporting Goods Park Commerce City, CO 7/29/2015
FC Dallas Toyota Stadium Frisco, TX 9/7/2013
Houston Dynamo BBVA Compass Stadium Houston, TX 9/8/2013
LA Galaxy StubHub Center Carson, CA TBD
LAFC (2018) Bank of California Stadium Los Angeles, CA TBD
Portland Timbers Providence Park Portland, OR TBD
Real Salt Lake Rio Tinto Stadium Sandy, UT TBD
San Jose Earthquakes Avaya Stadium San Jose, CA TBD
Seattle Sounders FC CenturyLink Field Seattle, WA TBD
Sporting KC Sporting Park Kansas City, KS TBD
Vancouver Whitecaps FC BC Place Vancouver, BC TBD

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4 Comments

  1. BMO Field is wonderful. Super nice people but a quiet,quiet stadium. Singing felt oddly pushy. From our seats we could just about chat to our team. We got thumbs up for encouragement. I highly suggest you take the train to the stadium and stay in town by a trolley/subway/train line and you will have full access to the city. Super nice place to visit. Clean, safe, fun, good food, good transportation.

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  2. D.J.

    Found you for WWC, so I’ve been checking out your site. My husband knows better than I what info is out there for soccer fans here. But it would be wonderful to see NWSL info on your map. Here in Houston, the Dash share grounds with the Dynamo. Really nice grounds at the new BBVA Compass Stadium, always tons of seating, but sadly really expensive concessions. We would go more often ourselves if it weren’t $4.50 for a bottle of water. Also, for your soccer pubs, I believe Bar Munich still hosts the Red Army for Man United games.

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