The Oldest Stadiums in America

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10. GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium
> Year opened: 1972
> Location: Kansas City, MO
> Primary team(s): Kansas City Chiefs

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9. Oakland Coliseum
> Year opened: 1968
> Location: Oakland, CA
> Primary team(s): Oakland Athletics

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8. Madison Square Garden
> Year opened: 1968
> Location: New York, NY
> Primary team(s): New York Rangers, New York Knicks

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7. Angel Stadium
> Year opened: 1966
> Location: Anaheim, CA
> Primary team(s): Los Angeles Angels

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6. Dodger Stadium
> Year opened: 1962
> Location: Los Angeles, CA
> Primary team(s): Los Angeles Dodgers

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