FORMER MLS VENUES
 
 
MILE HIGH STADIUM
DENVER, COLORADO
COLORADO RAPIDS

The Colorado Rapids were one of the original MLS franchises
and started play at Mile High Stadium back in 1996. When the
Broncos to Invesco Field next door, the Rapids moved with
them, but now play in a soccer only facility in Commerce City.
Mile High Stadium was demolished for parking.
 
FOXBORO STADIUM
FOXBORO, MASSACHUSETTS
NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION

The old Foxboro Stadium was a wasteland of a place, built on
the cheap for the NFL New England Patriots and offering
nothing in terms of fan comforts and amenities. When the
Patriots moved to Gillette Stadium bext door, the Revolution
moved with them. FOr soccer matches they shrink the capacity
to 20,000 seats and close off the upper decks. As for the old
Foxboro? It was demolished for parking. No one misses the
place.
 
MAPFRE STADIUM
COLUMBUS, OHIO
COLUMBUS CREW

What gives this stadium its distiniction is that it was the first
soccer specific stadium built specifically for the MLS, while other
teams were still cobbling working arrangements with football
facilities as mixed use ventures. The stadium still holds up
nicely, since its opening in 1999.
 
BMO FIELD
TORONTO, ONTARIO
TORONTO FC

Since the team's arrival in 2007, the
y've had little success on the
pitch prior to 2016, but nonetheless have enjoyed huge fan
support here in a city with many European roots and
communities. BMO Field underwent a top to bottom renovation
and expansion in tie for the 2016 season which expanded
capacity to almost 40,000 seats.
 
RED BULL ARENA
HARRISON, NEW JERSEY
NEW YORK RED BULLS

The old NY/NJ Metrostars have their very own home, and what a
home it is. Red Bull Arena is the perfect, size, the perfect
configuration, and has an almost Euro feel in terms of the crowd
and game day ambience. Located just a short shuttle ride from
Newark Penn Station, with the Newark skyline easily visible off
in the distance.
MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER