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if any one can help me put a name to this stadium i was looking at a few years back
i think its in england (not sure), its very small, really modern design, i think it had grass on the roof or something
I'm not certain, but I think you may be referring to Dartford F.C. A Non-league team who have just recently been promoted to the Conference south (6th tier) of the English Football pyramid. It got voted the best design for a new ground the year it was built or something.

http://www.pyramidpassion.co.uk/html/dartford.html





 

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After reading through these, I feel like the Netherlands has the best tiny stadiums. When I look through these, I'm looking for stadiums that would be acceptable in MLS, and it seems like the Netherlands is loaded with them.
 

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Spain

Municipal de Chapin - 20.743 (Xerez C.D.)



Estadio Nuevo Colombino - 20.000 (Recreativo de Huelva)



Estadio Mediterráneo - 20.000 (U.D. Almeria)


Estadio El Arcángel - 18.000 (Córdoba C.F.)


Estadio Nuevo Los Cármenes - 16.200 (Granada C.F.)


Estadio Nuevo La Victoria - 12.800 (Real Jaén)
 

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Estadio El Alcoraz - 5.500 (S.D. Huesca)


Estadio Balear - 18.000 (C.A. Baleares)


Estadio Mendizorroza - 19.500 (Deportivo Alavés)



Estadio El Helmántico - 17.341 (U.D. Salamanca)



Estadio El Plantío - 16.000 (Burgos C.F.)


Estadio Antonio Amilivia - 13.451 (Cultural Leonesa)

 

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Nuevo Los Pajaritos - 10.000 (C.D. Numancia)



Estadio La Balastera - 8.100 (C.F. Palencia)

 

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This is one I like. It has no stands, it has no fancy pavilion

Its based at the old mining town in Tasmania called Queenstown

Its hard to tell from the photo, but the "turf" is actually not turf, its gravel



Capacity is 5000, but how crazy are you to play Aussie Rules on gravel?!?!?
 

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The University of Richmond is close to completing an expansion of their small (3,000 seat) on-campus soccer stadium into a multi-pupose 8,700 seat football, soccer and track & field stadium. The Spiders will be playing football on-campus for the first time in over 80 years.

Original Soccer Stadium


Construction of stadium






And now almost completed
















 

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My Favorite? Mercer County Waterfront Park, home of the Trenton Thunder, Official seating capacity is 6,341-










And of course, I have to make mention of Doubleday Field, Capacity 9,791-









 

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^^

No most of the scenes for A League of Their Own were filmed at different minor league parks in Indiana, with Wrigley Field making a small cameo as well.
 

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I'm not certain, but I think you may be referring to Dartford F.C. A Non-league team who have just recently been promoted to the Conference south (6th tier) of the English Football pyramid. It got voted the best design for a new ground the year it was built or something.

ttp://www.pyramidpassion.co.uk/html/dartford.html





Do you know if the grass has grown on the roof yet? I think it's supposed (or was) going to look like this:
 

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Point Stadium (cap. 7,500), Johnstown, PA:


Suplizio Field (cap. 11,000), Grand Junction, CO:


My favorite:

La Playa Stadium (cap. 10,000), Santa Barbara, CA:
 
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