Large sports facilities across the country are handling a new kind of crowd: people looking to get inoculated against COVID-19.
Architecture firms that specialize in stadium design are being asked to make changes to help fans maintain social distancing.
LA's new SoFi stadium is set to open, but there won't be fans in the stands.
Experts say more venues with large crowds could soon be experimenting with going cashless.
The debate still carries on, even as some teams take more community concerns into account.
That’s what data obtained by the Wall Street Journal’s senior sports reporter Rachel Bachman shows. According to numbers of ticket scans from the 2017 season, only 71 percent of the people reported in official attendance numbers actually showed up to the stadium. So why inflate the numbers? And what’s keeping fans watching from home? Click […]
It's become the norm for pro sports franchises to count on tax-free municipal bonds for building stadium projects.
They expect more publicity than sales of toasted grasshoppers or a patty melt on a funnel cake bun.