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Stadium Journey Magazine

A Guide of the World's Athletic Venues for Traveling Sports Fans

The late Al Davis modeled his football philosophy around a simple adage, "Speed kills." For author, sports radio producer, and proud Buckeye, Alicia Barnhart, speed was the key during her attempt to set the Guinness World Record for fastest time to visit all National Football League stadiums.

Anfield is one of the most renowned football stadiums in the world. Built in 1884, the ground was actually home to Liverpool’s arch-rivals, Everton FC, until 1892. Since then, the Reds have enjoyed seven seasons where they went undefeated inside their historic ground.

In the summer of 2016, the Boleyn Ground will be turned into apartment blocks, so it's currently a must see for any English football fan. Home to West Ham FC for 110 years, Upton Park seats 36,016 fans, and is located on the famous (or infamous, depending on who you ask) Green Street. Though its capacity is half of some of the bigger Premier League clubs, the atmosphere and passion you’ll find is a magnificent experience.

Take a two-minute drive from the historic Colonial Williamsburg and the College of William and Mary campus, and you will find one of the premier collegiate playing grounds on the east coast.

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