The Oldest Stadiums in America

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5. Climate Pledge Arena
> Year opened: 1962
> Location: Seattle, WA
> Primary team(s): Seattle Kraken

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4. Lambeau Field
> Year opened: 1957
> Location: Green Bay, WI
> Primary team(s): Green Bay Packers

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3. Soldier Field
> Year opened: 1926
> Location: Chicago, IL
> Primary team(s): Chicago Bears

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2. Wrigley Field
> Year opened: 1914
> Location: Chicago, IL
> Primary team(s): Chicago Cubs

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1. Fenway Park
> Year opened: 1912
> Location: Boston, MA
> Primary team(s): Boston Red Sox

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