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Ohio Stadium

Columbus , Ohio

based on 3 reviews

Nestled on the banks of the Olentangy River Ohio Stadium is one of the most recognizable landmarks in all of college athletics. The Horseshoe was first built in 1922 and underwent a massive renovation recently that added seats, skyboxes and other amenities. It is the beating heart of Buckeye Nation and is crammed for every home game with more than 100,000 fans there to cheer on the Scarlet and Gray.

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Featured Reviews

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Angel Stadium by blair33

Since its facelift in the late-90s, this Stadium has been the home to good baseball and an ever-increase quest for happy fans. The ballpark fare is a… Read more »

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AT&T Park by sherpa

Loved this ballpark. Couple of pre-game beers at 21st Amendment and then headed in and attempted to eat and drink eat everything. Started with garlic… Read more »

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PNC Park by jimconsidine

This a a nice stadium to watch a game. It is designed so that you can see the game from the vending concourse. I really liked the way the stadium a… Read more »