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Nationals Park

Nationals Park, home of the Washington Nationals Major League Baseball team, was opened in March 2008. It is the first certified green stadium in the United States. The park features 41,564 seats as well as 66 suites. From certain parts of the park, visitors can see the Capitol and the Washington Monument, as well as the cherry blossom grove located past left-field.

Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium

The Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium also known as The RFK is a multi-functional venue in Washington DC. The stadium is widely popular owing to the fact that it is home to some of the major sporting teams like the National Football League and several others. It was said to have been built in 1961 and this state of the art venue has hosted several spectacular games and huge events.

FedExField

The FedExField is one of the largest American football stadiums in Maryland, having a seating capacity of 82,000. Home to the Washington Football Team of the NFL, the FedExField has a splendid design with five levels of seating and posh lounge and suite areas. The stadium hosts soccer, football, and other events as well. The high seating capacity, the electrifying ambiance, and the National Football League matches make every visit worthwhile.

Maryland Stadium

The Maryland Terrapins touch base at Maryland Stadium at the foothills of the University campus. The stadium was named after Dr. H.C. Byrd, a multi-sport athlete, football coach, and university president. Since 1950, these Maryland sports grounds have undergone multiple renovations, largely to accommodate more spectators.

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