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Yankee Stadium, New York City

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Drone New York Stadium Hyperlapse

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Here's an epic dronelapse view of New York's Yankee Stadium, compliments of contributor Invincible Storm Films.  Home of the most storied team in Major League Baseball, the stadium is situated in the southern part of the Bronx and adjacent to the original 1920's era Yankee Stadium.  Opened in 2012, the stadium seats just over 47,300 fans.  The new version of the House that Ruth Built cost about $2.3 billion to build, making it (easily) the most expensive sports venue in history.    

Met Life Stadium, New Jersey

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Aerial Met Life Stadium

All Island Aerial

Based in East Rutherford, New Jersey, Met Life Stadium is home to both the New York Jets and Giants NFL football teams.  By building a stadium for both teams to share, the immense construction costs (US$1.8 billion, a record for a new stadium) could be spread over twice as many home games.  In this video, contributor All Island Aerial flies his drone over this behemouth venue to create this amazing bird's eye view! 

Fenway Park, Boston

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Fenway Park, Boston

Chris Bonanno

Contributor Chris Bonano used a DJI Mavic Pro 2 to create this aerial view of Boston's Fenway Park, one of the most storied venues in American sports.  The oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball, since 1912 it's been the home of the Boston Red Sox.  Part of its appeal is its size - with seating for just over 37,000, it's one of MLB's smallest stadiums.  Located in the city's Fenway-Kenmore neighborhood the park was the filming location for the climax of the movie the Town (2010).

Pittsburgh's Heinz Field

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Heinz Field - Home of the Steelers

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Check out this awesome aerial view of Pittsburgh's Heinz Field, courtesy of contributor Blaze.  He used a DJI Mavic Pro 2 to aerially film the home of the Pittsburgh Steelers, one of the 2-3 most storied names in the National Football League.  Opened in 2001 on a site adjacent to the old (multi-purpose) Riverfront Stadium across the Ohio River from downtown, Heinz currently seats 68.4k for football (which also includes the University of Pittsburgh Panthers) and up to 75k for concerts.  

Levi's Stadium: Home of the 49ers

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Levi's Stadium: Home of the 49ers

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Here's a nice aerial view of Levi's Stadium in south San Francisco Bay, compliments of contributor caldroneflyer.  Opened in 2014, the 68,500 seat stadium is the home of the San Francisco 49ers, one of the most storied teams in the National Football League.  It's located in the town of Santa Clara, just north of San Jose.  The stadium replaced Candlestick Park just south of the city of San Francisco, which had also been the home of the San Francisco Giants Major League Baseball team until 2000.  

Denver's "New" Mile High Stadium

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Empower Field at Mile High

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Empower Field at Mile High is the latest name for the home field of the Denver Broncos of the National Football League.  Located just southwest of downtown, the 76k seat stadium opened in 2001.  It's gone under several different names, most of which were variations on the name of the Broncos' first home field: Mile High Stadium, in reference to the city's elevation of over 5k ft. (around 1.6k meters) above sea level.  Check out the home of the 3x Super Bowl champions from above in this drone video by Blaze.  

Busch Stadium, St. Louis

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Busch Stadium, St. Louis

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St. Louis, Missouri is one of the USA's great baseball towns; its hometown St. Louis Cardinals are one of the oldest teams in Major League Baseball and have won 11 World Series through 2018.  In this drone video by mavictraveler, you'll get a bird's eye view of the home of the Cardinals since 2016: Busch Stadium.  Opened in 2006 on the site of the prior field of the same name, Busch Stadium currently seats about 45.5k fans.  It's situated on the southern fringe of downtown.  

Cleveland's Progressive Field

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Home of the 2019 MLB All Star Game

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As part of a colloboration with Major League Baseball, contributor Blaze was given permission to fly out of Progressive Field in Cleveland, Ohio, a few weeks before the 2019 All Star Game was held here.  The stadium opened as Jacobs Field in 1994, and is the home of the Cleveland Indians.  Its regular seating capacity is a bit under 35k, and it was chosen as the #1 MLB ballpark by fans in a well-respected 2008 survey by Sports Illustrated.  The field sits just to the southeast of downtown Cleveland.  

Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles

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Dodger Stadium

Dave Yip

Contributor Dave Yip brings us this aweseome aerial view of Dodger Stadium, home of the Los Angeles Dodgers Major League Baseball team.  In the 1960's, when the then-Brooklyn Dodgers couldn't get a new stadium built in New York, the owner relocated the team to LA.  Dodger Stadium was built to become the home of California's first MLB team.   The stadium is located in an area called Chavez Ravine, which is (as you will see from the video) very near downtown LA.

Denver's Coors Field

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Coors Field - Home of the Rockies

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Check out this drone video of Denver's Coors Field, compliments of Blaze.  The stadium opened in 1995 as the home of Major League Baseball's Colorado Rockies, who played their first two seasons as an expansion team in the original (and now demolished) Mile High Stadium.  Located in the Lower Downtown (LoDo) section on the western side of downtown, the famously home run-friendly park seats about 47k fans.   Coors Field hosted the 1998 All-Star baseball game.  

La Bombonera, Buenos Aires

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Buenos Aires: La Bombonera

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Contributor Zekedrone created this amazing bird's eye views of one of the world's most well recognized football (soccer) stadiums.  La Bombonera stadium is located in Argentina's capital city Buenos Aires.  It's name translates into "Chocolate Box" due to its unusual shape.  It's the home stadium of the Boca Juniors, one of the most popular football teams in South America.  Opened in 1940, the stadium has a seating capacity of about 50,000.  It's been refurbished several times.

Kansas City's Kauffman and Arrowhead Stadiums

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KC's Kauffman and Arrowhead Stadiums

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Kansas City is the smallest media market to have a team in both Major League Baseball and the National Football League - the Royals and Chiefs, respectively.  The two teams play in adjacent stadiums in the Truman Sports Complex southeast of downtown KC: the 37.9k seat Kauffman Stadium and the 76.4k seat Arrowhead Stadium.  In this drone video by mavictraveler, you'll get a bird's eye view of the two venues, which date to the early 1970's but have been extensively renovated in the intervening years.  

St. Petersburg's Football Stadium

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Saint Petersburg Stadium - 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia

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Saint Petersburg's new, super-modern stadium is built on the site of the Kirov Stadium on Krestovsky Island, which, in its day, was one of Russia's largest stadiums, with a regular seating capacity of 110,000.  The stadium hosted the Opening Match and Final of the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup.  Contributor Dronemedia.me flew a drone over this massive new sports facility and created this amazing aerial view of the stadium and its surroundings. 

PNC Park, Pittsburgh

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PNC Park - Home of the Pirates

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PNC Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is the home of the city's Pittsburgh Pirates Major League Baseball franchise.  The Pirates are one of the oldest teams in baseball, having joined the National League in 1887.  The team played its first season at PNC in 2001, following 30 years at the multi-purpose Three Rivers Stadium which was located nearby, also on the Ohio riverfront.   You can check out the 38,700 seat PNC Park from above in this drone video by Blaze, which was shot with a DJI Mavic Pro 2. 

Philadelphia's Sports Complex

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Philadelphia's Sports Complex

Chris Bonanno

One opf the USA's great sports cities, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania has chosen to concentrate its enthusiasm for professional sports into the South Philadelphia Sports Complex.  This is the location of the city's three most prominent sports venues: Lincoln Financial Field, home of the Philadelphia Eagles NFL football team; Citizen's Bank Park, home of baseball's Phillies; and Wells Fargo Center, home of the 76ers (basketball) and Flyers (hockey).  Check out the PSC from above in this video by Chris Bonano.  

San Diego's Petco Park

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A Tour of Petco Park

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While FAA rules forbid drone flights over Major League Baseball games, there are no such rules on days when no games are played.  While access to the stadium is controlled by its owners, a drone pilot with the right connections can create an aerial video of the venue.  Contributor Robby Incmakowski, a TV sports reporter, was at Petco Park in San Diego when he created this epic bird's eye view of the $450 million stadium.  Home of the San Diego Padres, the 2004 vintage park seats just over 40,000.  

Nigerian Football Stadium

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Akwa Ibom International Soccer Stadium

GlobalAirMedia

Professional drone piloting company GlobalAirMedia was created this amazing drone video of Nigeria's Godswill Akpabio International Stadium in the state of Akwa Ibom, in the southern part of Africa's most populous country.  The stadium seats 30k fans and was built in 2014.  It's home to a professional football (soccer) teams, and is also used for various cultural and recreational events.  The modern complex was designed to be similar to Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany.

Malaysian Football Stadium

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Stadium Shah Alam, Malaysia

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The Shah Alam Stadium lies in the Malaysian state of Selangor, which previously (before an administrative reorganization) also included the city of Kuala Lumpur.  The stadium was built in 1990 and has a capacity of a bit over 80k.    While Shah Alam is primarily used for football (soccer), it serves as the venue for other sports as well.  Contributor Jeremy1975 used a drone to give us a nice aerial tour of this stadium located on the outskirts of the Malaysian capital city.  

LA Coliseum: Olympics Venue

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The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, from Above

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The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is one of the most storied sports venues in the USA.  Built in the 1920's, it was expanded to be the prime venue for the 1932 Summer Olympics, a role it replayed when LA hosted its second Olympics in 1984.  At times, it was also home to the LA Rams and Raiders of the National Football League, all the while the home field of the USC football team.  In this video, DeeFair23 gives us a bird's eye view of the great sports venue.

Football Stadium in Northern England

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Stadium of Light Sunderland

Brian Priest Aerial Images

Contributor Brian Priest Aerial Images created this beautiful night aerial tour of one of the largest football (soccer) stadiums in the United Kingdom.  The Stadium of Light is based Sunderland, a suburb of Newcastle in the heart of the rabid UK football culture in North East England.  The 49,000 stadium is the home of the Sunderland A.F.C., which plays in League One of the English Football League.  The stadium is the eighth largest overall in the UK by capacity.

Hard Rock: Home of the Miami Dolphins

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Miami's Hard Rock Stadium

Thatdroneview

Thatdroneview put together this beautiful aerial video of Miami's Hard Rock Stadium.  Completed in 1987, it's the home of the Miami Dolphins, one of the 2-3 most storied teams in the National Football League.  It's also the home field of the University of Miami Hurricanes college football team and the Orange Bowl, one of the premiere college football post-season events.  From 1993 to 2011, it was also home to the Miami Marlins Major League Baseball team.  The stadium sits about 65,000 for football.

Salt Lake: World's Largest Stadium

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Salt Lake Stadium: Kolkata, West Bengal,

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Streamon created this aerial video of India's Salt Lake Stadium (Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan), which hosted the 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup football tournament.  With current seating capacity of 85,000, it's the largest in India.  Before its renovation in 2011, it seated 120,000, and was the world's largest football stadium.  In 1997, the stadium packed in almost 132,000 spectators for a tournament, a record which still stands.  Salt Lake Stadium is located in Bidhannagar, part of metropolitan Kolkata.

Target Field, Minneapolis

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Playoff baseball is back in MPLS

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Check out these great aerial views of Target Field in Minneapolis, compliments of tylerjmason.  The 38.6k seat stadium opened in 2010 as the new home field of Major League Baseball's Minnesota Twins, who for nearly three decades were confined to indoor baseball at the multi-purpose Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome.  The Twins celebrated their tenth season here by winning 101 games, one short of the team record.  The stadium is located in the North Loop neighborhood on the downtown outskirts.  

Lambeau Field, Green Bay, Wisconsin

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LAMBEAU FIELD - 4K

Alec Smirts

Contributor Alec Smirts created this drone's eye view of Lambeau Field, the home of the Green Bay Packers of the National Football Field.  Opened in 1957, the stadium has been modified several times.  It now seats about 81,000 fans for football games, a number which is equal to about 80% of the population of the city of Green Bay.  The oldest continuously operated NFL stadium, it's considered one of the game's 2-3 most hallowed spots. 

Michigan Stadium: The Big House

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MICHIGAN FOOTBALL STADIUM - 4K

Alec Smirts

Contributor Alex Smirts created this amazing drone video of the largest stadium in the United States - Michigan Stadium, otherwise known as the Big House.  Located in Ann Arbor, about an hour's drive from Detroit, it's the home of the University of Michigan football team.  Built in 1927 and expanded several times, the stadium now seats almost 108,000 fans, making it the world's second largest stadium.  It's seated as many as 115,000 for special events.

Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium

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Mercedes Benz Stadium Atlanta, Georgia

Bumble Bee Productions

Check out this drone video of Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium, compliments of contributor Bumble Bee Productions.  The home field of the city's National Football League Atlanta Falcons, the stadium can seat up to 75k fans for football games.  Opened in 2017, the retractable-roof stadium replaced the Georgia Dome on an adjacent site, following which the latter was demolished.  Situated just west of downtown Atlanta, MB Stadium hosted Super Bowl LIII in 2019.  

Marlins Park, Miami

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Miami Marlins Ballpark

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Check out this drone video of Marlins Park in Miami, Florida, compliments of contributor drone_us.  The stadium opened in 2012 on the site of the old Orange Bowl, just west of downtown.  It seats a bit over 37,000 fans for baseball games, making it one of the more intimate Major League Baseball venues.  One of a half-dozen MLB stadiums with a retractable roof, the park hosted the 2017 All Star Game.  Prior to moving the Marlins Park, the team played at what was originally called Joe Robbie Stadium.  

TCF Bank Stadium, Minneapolis

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TCF Bank Stadium, Home of the Gophers

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Contributor gopherdrone used a DJI Mavic Pro 2 to shoot this aerial video of TCF Bank Stadium, a world-class college football stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota.  The 51k seat facility opened in 2009 as the new home of the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers football team, which had spent the previous 25+ years sharing the HHH Metrodome with Minnesota's pro baseball and football teams.  The new stadium is located on the site of the old Memorial Stadium, the team's home field from 1924-1981.

Home of the FSU Seminoles

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Doak Campbell Stadium

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Terryjames shared this drone video of Doak Campbell Stadium, the home of the Florida State University Seminoles.  It's based on the school's campus in the state capital, Tallahassee. Opened in 1950, for nearly seven decades it's been the home field for one of the most storied college football programs in history.  The stadium, which seats just over 80,000 fans, is known as the largest continuous brick structure in the United States.  It's now technically called Bobby Bowden Field at Doak Campbell Stadium.

Atlanta's Bobby Dodd Stadium

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Bobby Dodd Stadium

Bumble Bee Productions

Atlanta's Bobby Dodd Stadium is the home of the Georgia Institute of Technology men's football team, the Yellow Jackets.  With the original field dating to 1905, Bobby Dodd has the distinction of being the oldest continuously-operated college football stadium in the (famously college football friendly) Southeastern USA.  In this drone video by Bumble Bee Productions, you'll get a bird's eye view of the 55k seat stadium, which is located on the Georgia Tech campus a bit north of downtown.    

Beaver Stadium, Penn State University

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Beaver Stadium

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Contributor Jason Restich used a drone to aerially film Pennsylvania's Beaver Stadium, one of the world's largest sports venues.  Located in the town of University Park near the geographic center of the state, the stadium is the home of the Penn State University Nittany Lions.  Regularly voted as the top stadium for NCAA college football, the stadium in its current form dates to 1960.  It seats over 106,000 fans for football games, second only to Michigan Stadium in the USA and #3 in the world.  

Target Center, Minneapolis

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Extraordinary Angles: Target Center - Home Of The Minnesota Timberwolves!

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SkyCandy Studios worked with the Minnesota Timberwolves of the National Basketball Associate (NBA) to produce this awesome aerial view of the newly renovated Target Center, the team's home arena.  Located in downtown Minneapolis, the arena opened in 1990 for the expansion team's second season.  In 2017, Target Center underwent a complete renovation, a project which cost roughly 40% more than the arena's initial construction cost.  Its current capacity is almost 19,000 for basketball.  

Riverfront Stadiums of Cincinnati, Ohio

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Cincy Waterfront

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The waterfront of Cincinnati, Ohio is dominated by its two world-class stadiums.  Paul Brown Stadium is the home of the Cincinnati Bengals of the National Football League.  Sometimes referred to as the "Jungle", it seats a bit over 65k fans and was opened in 2000.  Next to it is the Great American Ballpark, the home of the legendary Cincinnati Reds baseball team since 2003.  GA seats just over 42k fans for baseball games.  Check out both venues from above in this drone video by hdprosdroneworks.    

Alabama's Bryant-Denny Stadium

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Bryant Denny Stadium Roll Tide

Bumble Bee Productions

Check out this drone video of the legendary Bryant-Denny football stadium in Alabama, compliments of Bumble Bee Productions.  The home of the University of Alabama Crimson Tide men's football team, it's located on the university's main campus in Tuscaloosa, near the center of the state.  Opened in 1929, it's been expanded nearly a dozen times and now seats just under 102k fans, making it the #7 US stadium by capacity as of 2019.  It's named after the legendary U of A coach William "Bear" Bryant.

Kyle Field: #3 NCAA Stadium

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The 12th Man - Kyle Field

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One of the great football teams in the famously football-crazy state of Texas is the Texas A&M Aggies.  Their home field on the campus in College Station is Kyle Field, which was constructed in 1927 and expanded numerous times since then.  It now seats almost 103k fans, making it the third-largest college football stadium in the land and the fifth-largest stadium in the world excluding racing stadiums.  You can check out the famous stadium from above in this drone video by vaporswift.  

Jordan-Hare: Auburn Tigers Home

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Jordan-Hare Stadium

Bumble Bee Productions

Jordan-Hare Stadium is one of the most storied college football venues in the Southeastern USA, a region which is famously loyal to its college football teams.  It's the home of the Auburn University Tigers, a member of the storied Southeastern Conference.  Situated on the university campus in Auburn, the 87.5k seat stadium is one of the ten largest stadiums in the National Collegiate Athletic Association.  Bumble Bee Productions created this bird's-eye view of the stadium, originally constructed in 1939.

Pepsi Center: Denver Arena

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Pepsi Center - Home to Avs and Nuggets

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Pepsi Center is the main indoor sporting venue in Denver, Colorado.  It's home to the Nuggets of the National Basketball League and the Colorado Avalanche of the National Hockey League.  It's also the city's primary indoor concert arena.  It currently seats about 19.5k fans for basketball and about 10% fewer for hockey.  Located in the downtown area roughly between Coors Field and Mile High Stadium, the stadium opened in 1997.  You can see it from above in this drone video by Blaze.

The Superdome, New Orleans

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Mercedes Benz Superdome

Bumble Bee Productions

Check out this drone video of the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana, compliments of Bumble Bee Productions  The 73.2k seat stadium (expandable to 76.5k) opened in 1975 as the home field of the New Orleans Saints of the National Football League.  It's hosted seven NFL championship games as of 2019, most recently Super Bowl XLVII in 2013.   Famously, the SuperDome became the shelter of last resort when Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans in 2005.  

Louisiana's Tiger Stadium

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LSU Tiger Stadium

Bumble Bee Productions

Bumble Bee Productions created this excellent aerial view of Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  It's the home of the Tigers men's football team of Louisiana State University, the state's largest university.  Built in 1924 and originally seating just 12k, its capacity has been expanded over 8x since then.  It now seats a bit over 102k fans, making it the fifth-largest of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) stadiums by capacity and one of the ten largest non-racing stadiums in the world.  

Montreal's Olympic Stadium

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Olympic Stadium - Phantom 4 footage in Montreal - 4K

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During the last two weeks of July, 1976, the Canadian city Montreal became the center of the world.  As host city of the 1976 Summer Olympics, Montreal had the added burden of being the first Summer Games host following the terrorism-marred games of Munich four years earlier.  In this video, contributor realMont Vlog - Montreal gives us a drone's eye view of Olympic Stadium, which was the main venue for the event and became the home stadium for the Montreal Expos baseball team.  

Estádio da Luz, Lisbon

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Sunset over Estádio da Luz, Lisbon - Portugal

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Check out this drone video of Portugal's biggest football (soccer) stadium, compliments of flyingbydaniel: the Estádio da Luz in Lisbon.  It's the home of the S.L. Benfica club, which competes in the top-flight Primeira Liga league. The stadium opened in 2003, replacing an older facility of the same name.  The stadium seats just under 65k fans, putting it amongst the top 25 in Europe.  In a survey conducted by the French sporting publication in 2014, it was voted as Europe's most beautiful stadium.  

Tennessee's Neyland Stadium

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Neyland Stadium

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Neyland Stadium is one of the USA's largest college football stadiums.  Its the home of the University of Tennessee Volunteers.  Situated on the main campus in Knoxville, the stadium dates to 1921.  Expanding several times in the ensuing decades, it now seats about 102.5k fans.   That puts it at the #4 spots amongst the USA's college football stadiums and amongst the half-dozen largest stadiums in the world excluding racing stadiums.  Check it out from above in this drone video by Spilled Milk Productions.    

Williams-Brice Stadium, South Carolina

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University of South Carolina Gamecocks

Bumble Bee Productions

Bumble Bee Productions created this excellent drone videos of one of the biggest college football stadiums in the Southeastern USA.  Williams–Brice Stadium (aka the "Cockpit") is the home field of the South Carolina Gamecocks men's football team, which competes in the storied Southeastern Conference of the NCAA.  It's located on the University of South Carolina campus in Columbia.  Opened in 1934 with a capacity of only 17k, it's been expanded multiple times and now seats just over 80k fans.  

Stadiums of Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota

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Aerial Vūz of Minnesota's Stadiums

AirVūz Official

The Twin Cities of Minneapolis/St. Paul are home to a plethora of major professional and collegiate sports teams.   Since the mid-2000's, the area has seen a number of massive new stadiums constructed to host these teams, including Target Field, US Bank Stadium, and TCF Stadium, as well as a full renovation of 1990's era Target Center.  AirVūz created this video reel to showcase the aerial videography work it has done with a number of the local teams and sports venues.

Stadiums of Dallas, Texas

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An Aerial View of Dallas: A City Powered by Sports

AirVūz Official

Dallas, Texas, known as “The Big D,” is the center of the Dallas Ft. Worth Metroplex, one of the largest  metro areas in the United States. Thanks in part to recent investments in massive stadium complexes, Dallas-For Worth can lay credible claim to being the sports capital of the USA.  AirVuz produced this mini-documentary of the Dallas sports scene, which features aerial views of the impressive Dallas skyline as well as AT&T Stadium, Global Life Park, American Airlines Arena, and more.  

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