Lincoln Financial Field

Home of the Philadelphia Eagles, Temple Owls, & Army vs Navy Game

  • Naming rights were granted in June 2002 to Lincoln Financial Group for a sum of $139.6 million over 21 years.
  • It has a seating capacity of 68,532 (69,144 with Standing Room Only tickets).
  • August 3, 2003: Lincoln Financial Field hosted its first ticketed event, a soccer match between Manchester United and FC Barcelona
  • For the inaugural season at Lincoln Financial Field (2003), the Eagles imposed a ban on hoagies and cheesesteaks being brought into the stadium, citing security concerns related to the events of September 11. The ban only lasted one week after much mockery by fans and radio personalities.

Citizens Bank Park

Home of the Philadelphia Phillies

  • In its first years, Citizens Bank Park allowed 218 home runs in 2004 and 201 in 2005. More than half of those home runs were to left-field. Following the 2005 season, the left-field wall was moved back 5 feet
  • The food at CBP was named as Best Ballpark Food in a survey of Food Network viewers in the first annual Food Network Awards which first aired on April 22, 2007.
  • On August 14, it was announced that Citizens Bank Park was voted #1 by PETA as America's most vegetarian-friendly ballpark, which was repeated in 2008 and again in 2009.

Wells Fargo Center

Home of the Philadelphia Flyers, 76ers, Wings, and Soul

  •  The arena was formerly known as Spectrum II, Core States Center, First Union Center and Wachovia Center.
  • The Center officially seats 20,444 for basketball (NBA, NCAA) and 19,537 for hockey (NHL) and indoor ("box") lacrosse (NLL)
  • On June 9, 2010, the Center set the record for the highest attendance for a hockey game in the state of Pennsylvania (20,327) when the Flyers lost Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals to the Chicago Blackhawks.

 Liacouras Center

Home of Temple's Men's and
Women's Basketball Teams

  • Capacity: 10,206
  • Cost: $73 Million ($99.9 Million in 2012 Dollars)
  • Hand dryers in public restrooms – reduces paper towel costs by over $15,000 annually
  • Recycling trash cans around the concourse for plastic and aluminum products
  • Waterless urinals in public restrooms – reduces water & sewage usage by up to 700,000 gallons annually
  • Produce is purchased locally in season
  • All of our disposable items such as plates, cups, and utensils are 100% recyclable made from sugar cane and starch
  • Our cooking oil in our concession stands and kitchen is 100% recyclable

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