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The USF War Memorial Gymnasium remembers the soldiers that took part in WWII, Korean War and Vietnam conflict. With a grand facility that can seat around 5300 people, you can watch all the sporting action without missing anything. Home of the basketball and volleyball teams, see the players pass, dribble and shoot the ball from one basket to the another. Watch the players serve, pass, dig, block and set in exciting games of Volleyball played here. Almost every fixtures is a nail-biter. The USF War Memorial Gymnasium is also the venue for several important entertainment and cultural events.
Formerly Pac Bell Park, SBC Park, and AT&T Park, the Oracle Park is the first privately financed ballpark in Major League Baseball since Dodger Stadium in 1962. The name may have changed several times, but the game always remains the same here. The San Francisco Giants' home features an inspiring nine-foot (2.74-meter) statue of America's greatest living ballplayer, Willie Mays, at the northwest corner of the stadium. An 80-foot (24.3-meter) Coca-Cola bottle with playground slides and a miniature replica of the park, located behind left field, has become a magnet for kids of all of ages.
Kezar Pavilion is located next to Kezar Stadium and it is an indoor sphere. It was built in 1924 and can seat 4000 people. It is the home venue of the San Francisco Rumble and Academy of Art University Urban Knights. It also holds volleyball tournaments and professional boxing championships. It also hosts concerts and the very interesting female wrestling tournaments.
Kezar Stadium is a beloved stadium in the beautiful Golden Gate Park. The stadium was once the home of the San Francisco 49ers and was also the founding home of the Oakland Raiders. Today, this facility is used for a number of events, including high school football games and other amateur and recreational sports.
Despite the name, polo is almost never played at the Polo Fields in Golden Gate Park. The multi-purpose sport field, which is made up of six soccer fields surrounded by a track nearly three quarters of a mile long (1 kilometer), was originally called Golden Gate Park Stadium and opened in 1906 as a track cycling arena. It was the home field of San Francisco rugby teams of the Northern California Rugby Football Union during the 1960s and 1970s. The field is used for soccer games, running, horse riding, cycling, and plays host to concerts and annual music festivals. The Bay to Breakers post-race party and Outside Lands Music Festival are held at the fields.
Cow Palace is San Francisco's venue for a wide assortment of events and attractions. Thousands of folks flock to the Palace for the the Grand National Rodeo, the Great Dickens Christmas Fair, Regional Cheerleading Championships, the San Francisco Hot Rod and Motorcycle Show, the Harlem Globe Trotters, Dog Shows, Gun Shows, Disney on Ice, The San Francisco Flower and Garden Show, and much more.