What Happened to these NFL STADIUMS? Their Sad Fates Revealed...

  • Published on Sep 19, 2019
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    NFL Stadiums aren't forever. Sometimes they are abandoned, demolished, or, converted. Either way, you're going to find out what happened to nearly all NFL stadiums today.
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Comments • 692

  • KaosSniper
    KaosSniper 16 hours ago

    At least the candlestick was history for the Beatles

  • Timothy Kellogg
    Timothy Kellogg Day ago

    Is Kesar Stadium on this list? Was the home of the 49ers in the late sixties.

  • Jon Stefanik
    Jon Stefanik 2 days ago

    I was working at Foxboro Stadium in it's final three years. What a way to go out!

  • rashad maxwell
    rashad maxwell 2 days ago

    Have to thumbs down your videos because I pay not to see ads and yet you force them on me 🤷🏾‍♂️👎🏾

  • John Plumleigh
    John Plumleigh 3 days ago

    Empower field you idiot. You need to get names right when doing these videos. It shows that you suck

  • ibuprofenPill
    ibuprofenPill 3 days ago

    Piss off Cowboys hater.

  • xheralt
    xheralt 3 days ago

    Milwaukee's County Stadium qualified as a "dual-use", even though not very many Green Bay Packers games were played at the "alternate home site". The legacy continues to this day, even with County Stadium replaced by single-use (MLB) Miller Park, in the Packer's season ticket packages. Worth a mention, if nothing else.

  • CH D'z
    CH D'z 4 days ago

    All I want know is the name of the vals in 7:45 minute

  • CH D'z
    CH D'z 4 days ago

    2 minutes advertising?

  • David Hutchinson
    David Hutchinson 4 days ago

    The Roman Circus Maximus are what a lot of these look like

    • VolumedMusicMan
      VolumedMusicMan 6 hours ago

      It was truly a multipurpose stadium. They even had naval battle with water filled in.

  • Brendan Butler
    Brendan Butler 4 days ago

    When municipal stadium was demolished they just threw the concrete and shit into the river. If you park in the right lot at first energy you can go right up to the river and see massive piles of municipal stadium in the water.

  • Michael Barnstein
    Michael Barnstein 4 days ago

    Do NHL arenas.

  • Mike C.
    Mike C. 5 days ago

    Are they actually drinking Tom Brady's bath water or baptizing their kids in it??? Hmmmm???

  • B Sm
    B Sm 5 days ago

    13:20 - a movie "The Natural" was filmed here in Buffalo. tvclip.biz/video/WPa0PcdrVco/video.html

  • HellhammerSS
    HellhammerSS 6 days ago

    Lol silverdome just wouldnt die!

  • Andrew Lindquist
    Andrew Lindquist 6 days ago

    Did you know , Before the Arizona Cardinals played in Arizona they played in Busch stadium 1. And yes I'm NOT taking about St Louis Cardinals baseball but when the Arizona Cardinals played in St Louis they played in Busch stadium 1 with the St Louis Cardinals baseball team

  • Andrew Lindquist
    Andrew Lindquist 6 days ago

    Busch stadium 1 was built in the 1960s and it closed in 2006 not 1986 and Busch stadium 2 is the current Busch stadium. Not 3

  • Jack Winschell
    Jack Winschell 7 days ago

    There’s 1 you missed well it’s still being used but the Oakland coliseum it’s the only dual stadium left & has never hosted a super bowl

  • Roger
    Roger 8 days ago

    Man, f@ck that 07 divisional loss to the giants, I’ve yet to recover from that.

  • Canadian__kid15
    Canadian__kid15 8 days ago

    Do hockey rinks

  • Callahan Mouse
    Callahan Mouse 8 days ago


  • Laurel Anderson
    Laurel Anderson 8 days ago

    The implosion of Three Rivers Stadium looked a lot like the relationship between Chuck Noll & Terry Bradshaw.

  • ridley scurry
    ridley scurry 9 days ago

    What music is that at 1:57?

    • Erikku
      Erikku 4 days ago

      Hungarian dance no. 5

  • Carl Holt
    Carl Holt 9 days ago

    Just about anyone can come up with 10 seconds worth of audio.

  • Jack Shell
    Jack Shell 9 days ago

    This was fun. Great watch and a history lesson. Thanks!

  • Cory Spang
    Cory Spang 9 days ago

    The Dome (Edward Jones) is also used for the Bands of America BOA St. Louis Super Regional

  • Tre ._2X
    Tre ._2X 10 days ago

    This guy disrespects my cowboys and dosent even at least show the other new stadium🤦🏾‍♂️

  • kevlar k
    kevlar k 10 days ago

    Candlestick had the best location. You had a beautiful site to look at for 2 hours of traffic. Oh and one of the few to be in movies

  • Keila Guansé
    Keila Guansé 10 days ago +1

    1:52 begins the video. you're welcome.

  • Laura Dlugos
    Laura Dlugos 10 days ago

    What about Three rivers

  • dancingoffym0nkey
    dancingoffym0nkey 10 days ago

    I thought the bears are still playing at soldier field

  • Arrowhead Water
    Arrowhead Water 10 days ago

    You lost me when you ran a 2 minute ad to start the video.

  • Luke Richardson
    Luke Richardson 10 days ago +1

    Another cowboy hater... smh

  • Declan Meurs
    Declan Meurs 11 days ago

    Polo Grounds. Or did I just miss it?

  • Earl Lewis
    Earl Lewis 11 days ago

    6:49 - The vet getting imploded. This is the site where NFL legend Michael Irvin got a career-ending injury.

  • dudedude949
    dudedude949 12 days ago

    Foxboro stadium is now a shopping center where patriot fans can buy Tom Brady’s bath water😂😂

  • Juan Elorriaga
    Juan Elorriaga 12 days ago

    Your forgetting that a lot of these stadiums also host MLS and old NASL teams like Seattle Sounders,NYCFC,NY Cosmos etc

  • rootbeersoup
    rootbeersoup 13 days ago

    There's nothing preventing the Astrodome from being demolished. When the Federal Gov't places a stadium on the National Registry of Historic Sites, there are tax breaks available for renovating the site, so it's usually too good to pass up.

  • Caleb Woods
    Caleb Woods 13 days ago

    Busch Stadium II closed in 2005 and demolished later that year.

  • RomanLegion
    RomanLegion 14 days ago

    I got the privilege of seeing Texas Stadium several times in my young life before JerryWorld was built. I loved that dilapidated dome despite the losses

  • Richard Patrick
    Richard Patrick 14 days ago

    Due to your crap comment about Texas Stadium, I'll never buy anything by Manscape!!!

  • Bugz BuGgY
    Bugz BuGgY 15 days ago

    Men like women who shave there pus but they don't so why do we have to make them happy 😡

  • Bill Bailey
    Bill Bailey 15 days ago +2

    ours her in Houston is here an last i heard they were thinking of making it a parking garage. Which makes sense but doubt it. i got so many memories there but im getting over it. id rather see it torn down then being forced to watch it slowly fall apart.

  • Robert Slydell
    Robert Slydell 15 days ago

    I thought the Edward Jones Dome was being used for riot practice.

  • Robert Slydell
    Robert Slydell 15 days ago

    Frankly I find Santa Claus a bit too jolly and quite annoying, so fuck him. I'd boo his ass too.

  • PutinTrump2020 X
    PutinTrump2020 X 15 days ago

    While America's infrastructure now rivals a third world country, our stadiums are the envy of the world

  • Derek Thompson
    Derek Thompson 15 days ago

    ... Kezar.

  • Leigh Silver
    Leigh Silver 15 days ago

    Jets first year at meadowlands was 1984

  • alan percival
    alan percival 15 days ago

    How many times it's NOT "SOCCER" ...ITS FOOTBALL speak Fxxxxxx ENGLISH I don't care if you call It SOCCER ENGLISH DONT

  • Max Gray
    Max Gray 16 days ago

    song at 6:00 ?

    • Erikku
      Erikku 4 days ago

      piano concerto no. 21

  • The Dormammu
    The Dormammu 17 days ago

    Lmao he used music from super old cartoons. I remember hearing that shit from when I was a kid

    NATHAN LANDRY 17 days ago


  • Human Being
    Human Being 17 days ago +3

    Who else feels ashamed they can’t read the stadium information fast enough 😔

  • Mylum O'Shinn
    Mylum O'Shinn 18 days ago

    Glad the cookie cutters are gone...unimaginative and boring. The artificial turf were the sites of many early retirements. Downright uuuuuugglly.

  • Mylum O'Shinn
    Mylum O'Shinn 18 days ago

    Mile High Stadium was known as the Horseshoe due well its horseshoe shaped which gave us a lot of good luck through the Elway years. The new ugly stadium retained the horseshoe shaped, sort of.

  • Ethan Jonah Jorge
    Ethan Jonah Jorge 18 days ago

    I love how you listen to your comments when they asked for this in the baseball one

  • Anderson Littleton
    Anderson Littleton 18 days ago

    I never expected 5point to look like this I love it even more seeing how well his voice fits his looks

  • Charlie Graves
    Charlie Graves 19 days ago +1

    The Inflatable Toilet as some called the Metro Dome

  • Greg Singlar
    Greg Singlar 19 days ago

    The fact that the Braves and Falcons only lasted 20 and 25 years in the Georgia dome and Turner field is crazy

  • Lynne Walker
    Lynne Walker 19 days ago

    You forgot to mention that Miami Orange Bowl hosted Super Bowls