Cleveland Browns Stadium
|United States of America
|FirstEnergy Stadium (2013–2023)
|1085 West 3rd Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44114
USA: Browns’ stadium to host first-ever hockey match
FirstEnergy Stadium, home of the NFL franchise Cleveland Browns, is to be the arena for the first hockey game in its history. Early next year two college teams from NCAA Division I, Ohio State and Michigan, will clash against each other in an event titled 'Faceoff on the Lake'.
USA: Confusion over new Cleveland Browns venue
First, it was reported that the NFL's Cleveland Browns were preparing to build a new venue. Then, it turned out that the construction of the stadium might be subsidised by the city, but its location might change. And now ... things got even more complicated.
COVID-19 crisis: Growing uncertainty over NFL season
With just 2 months to go, reopening of the economy is being reversed as COVID-19 infections are through the roof in some states. Instead of rumours about full stadia it again seems more likely that NFL will be played behind closed doors.
Cleveland: Car dealership among fans? Big plans for Cleveland
A joke? No, another original plan for an NFL stadium after proposed swimming pools for spectators in Jacksonville. This time it's Cleveland with its vision of “Tailgate Terrace” that will house cars instead of fans. A lot more is planned for FirstEnergy Stadium though.
USA: Players and coaches with microphones?
In an attempt to bring more fans to NFL games, the league authorities are planning to plant microphones onto players and coaches, allowing everyone to hear what they say. According to Sports Business Journal, it’s a matter of a couple upcoming seasons.
USA: What’s better for matchday experience than a camera in the changing rooms?
American Football league NFL continues its efforts to compete with TV broadcasting. In another attempt to get fans off their couches and into the stands, the league has just mandated… changing room cameras.
USA: Bar-type standing terraces growing in the NFL?
An executive of the NFL predicts that future stadiums may be less about watching the game and more about a bar-type atmosphere of special decks with standing room. LA Times and NBC report.