Examples of stadium in a Sentence
the football game will be held at the new stadium, which seats 100,000 people
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SoccerCity proposes a 23,500-seat professional soccer stadium that could be enlarged for Aztecs football games.
The attacks that targeted a concert hall and a soccer stadium as well as cafes left 130 people dead.
The Beckham group’s latest proposal calls for a 28,000-seat stadium on the site of what is now the Melreese Country Club, a public golf course owned by the city that sits near Miami International Airport.
South Korea's Hyundai business group built a basketball stadium in Pyongyang during a previous era of rapprochement between South and North, and a joint game was played there in 2003.
His parents even built a 20,000-seat stadium to seat all of the couple's guests, according to Fortune.
The legislation enables the team, state, and city to begin shopping for bonds to finance a new stadium at Slater Mill.
The clan of 30 would be part of the more than 44,000 to pack the ballpark Wednesday, a third straight sellout for a stadium that hadn’t been filled to capacity since September 2013.
Despite many efforts, Kraft has not received much if any community support to build a football stadium and was criticized for trying to force out longtime men’s basketball coach Fran Dunphy after last season.
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Definition of stadium for English Language Learners
: a very large usually roofless building that has a large open area surrounded by many rows of seats and that is used for sports events, concerts, etc.
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