Now that sports season has been cancelled, authorities are setting up isolation wards in stadiums.
Nearly 28 percent of professional sports venues were found to have high-level food violations, according to a recent report.
For some neighborhoods, the promise of a new professional sports stadium can be a blessing and a curse.
The Golden State Warriors are calling the personal seat licenses for their new privately funded arena "memberships," and after 30 years you'll get your money back.
How a proposed federal law from 1995 could end America's hopeless addiction to spending billions of taxpayer dollars on sports stadiums.
In this episode of Chips, Aaron and Will discuss how new stadiums can change a league's landscape and what it means for fans attending games.
With the Raiders headed to Las Vegas and two teams currently in Los Angeles, there might not be a major new stadium deal for a long time.
Five years after the terrible Christchurch Earthquake, the future of the city's greatest stadium looks to have been decided.
NFL teams move semi-regularly, but the Oakland Raiders feel different. If the franchise bolts, it will be heretical. A betrayal. Hell, it even figures to be bad business.
Once with aspirations of challenging the MLS for U.S. soccer supremacy, the NASL will crown a champion in front of 2,600 people.
The atmosphere inside a stadium has as much to do with its design as the fans inside it. We asked an architect who worked on Lyon's new ground how to create a truly noisy match day experience.
Hall of Famer Ronnie Lott has assembled a coalition of investors to keep Raiders owner Mark Davis from bolting to Las Vegas, and seems to have Roger Goodell's support. But many hurdles reamin before any deal gets done.