We are back with another long form podcast for the people! We like to think we are the best brother’s in sports, and with that being said, George & Sami of That Being Said Pod are back for Episode 636… We all have many dreams of going to so many different stadiums or events in our lifetime, so we decided to rank our top 10 stadiums and/or sporting events that we want to attend on our bucket lists!
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GEORGE 10: Tokyo Sumo Wrestling Championship:
A hugely fascinating insight into the world of sumo wrestling here today in Japan. All part of the Grand Sumo Tournament at the Ryogoku Sumo Hall #sumowrestling #Tokyo #Japan pic.twitter.com/FCfsB0AGvO
— Ticketmaster Sport (@TMSportB2B) September 17, 2018
SAMI 10: Eden Gardens Cricket Stadium in India:
The Eden Gardens is an iconic cricket ground in Kolkata, India. Established in 1864, it is the oldest and second largest cricket stadium in India after the newly built Sardar Patel Stadium and third in the world after Sardar Patel Stadium and Melbourne Cricket Ground.
We haven't just stopped with colouring our face or creating paper note for team, we have created The Gigantic 'Maxican Wave' with the crowd at Eden Gardens to show the support towards my love KKR. Supporting the team in every condition. PURPLE LOVE?#PerfectFan#VIVOIPL#Kolkata pic.twitter.com/4ONVXSba1x
— Suvo (@ami_ritabrata) April 17, 2019
GEORGE 9: Tottenham Hotspurs Game:
— New Spurs Stadium (@NewSpursStadium) March 24, 2019
— Jake Cerf (@jakecerf) September 14, 2019
SAMI 9: Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall For Indiana University Basketball:
Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall is a 17,222-seat arena on the campus of Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. It is the home of the Indiana Hoosiers men’s basketball and women’s basketball teams. It opened in 1971, replacing the current Gladstein Fieldhouse.
— William Folmer (@whfolmer) March 29, 2018
It doesn't get better than this.
— Indiana Basketball (@IndianaMBB) October 24, 2016
GEORGE 8: Kentucky Derby:
Since 1969, the American Triple Crown has been scheduled to begin with the Kentucky Derby on the first Saturday in May, followed by the Preakness Stakes two weeks later in mid-May, and the Belmont Stakes three weeks after that in early June.
— BloodHorse (@BloodHorse) May 6, 2018
— Larry Collmus (@larrycollmus) May 4, 2018
SAMI 8: Duke Basketball Cameron Indoor Stadium:
Cameron Indoor Stadium is an indoor arena located on the campus of Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. The 9,291-seat facility is the primary indoor athletic venue for the Duke Blue Devils and serves as the home court for Duke men’s and women’s basketball and women’s volleyball.
— Tim Knicky (@TimKnicky) November 28, 2019
Zion’s 360 dunk had Cameron Indoor Stadium LIVE ?
(via alee923/IG) pic.twitter.com/omm4FgpUsc
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) January 6, 2019
GEORGE 7: The Masters:
Unfortunately, The Masters DO NOT allow people to bring their cellphones into the tournament, so there aren’t many fan videos or photos at all. With that said, here is a video of Tiger Woods winning the 2019 Masters.
? 2019 Golf Memories…
— Putting Fore Par (@PuttingForePar) December 15, 2019
SAMI 7: Wimbledon Tennis:
The Championships, Wimbledon, commonly known simply as Wimbledon or The Championships, is the oldest tennis tournament in the world and is regarded by many as the most prestigious. It has been held at the All England Club in Wimbledon, London, since 1877 and is played on outdoor grass courts, and since 2009 with a retractable roof over Centre Court, and since 2019, over No. 1 Court.
— We Are Tennis (@WeAreTennis) June 29, 2020
Wimbledon tennis in 1923 pic.twitter.com/mQwbWHm8OE
— Sport & Betting History (@CDCHistory) May 18, 2020
GEORGE 6: Also Wimbledon Tennis:
— Wimbledon Village (@WimbledonVil) June 23, 2018
— The Exhausted Mum (@ElectricEarls) July 12, 2018
SAMI 6: Kentucky Derby Horse Race:
The 2020 Kentucky Derby will be the 146th Kentucky Derby. The race is one of the three legs of the American Triple Crown, open to three-year-old Thoroughbreds.
Sound on ?
MAXIMUM SECURITY ? or COUNTRY HOUSE ??
— World Horse Racing (@WHR) May 5, 2019
— Kentucky Derby (@KentuckyDerby) November 7, 2019
GEORGE 5: Monaco Grand Prix:
The Monaco Grand Prix is a Formula One motor race held annually on the Circuit de Monaco on the last weekend in May.
— McLaren (@McLarenF1) May 24, 2020
— Villa Monaco (@lavillamonaco) May 29, 2016
Bruce McLaren was born #OnThisDay in ’37… so here’s some truly wonderful 70mm footage from the ’62 #MonacoGP, which he won, from the film The Flying Clipper, which was released in the US as Mediterranean Holiday. Here’s a lovely 2min 20sec clip. Enjoy!pic.twitter.com/ggYKL5hMrg
— Matt Bishop (@TheBishF1) August 30, 2020
SAMI 5: The Indy 500 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway:
The Indianapolis 500, also formally known as the Indianapolis 500-Mile Race, or simply the Indy 500, is an annual automobile race held at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Speedway, Indiana, United States, an enclave suburb of Indianapolis. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the largest sporting venue in the world, has permanent seating capacity for over 235,000 people. The infield seating increases the capacity to around a whopping 400,000 people.
One of the biggest fan favorites to ever drive at #IMS.
— Indianapolis Motor Speedway (@IMS) September 1, 2020
— Indianapolis Motor Speedway (@IMS) May 15, 2017
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— That Being Said Podcast (@PodThat) August 28, 2020
GEORGE 4: SEC Football Games… Any & All of Them:
The SEC is regarded as one of the most accomplished sports conferences in terms of its winning reputation, with 43 national football championships, 21 basketball championships, 41 indoor track championships, 42 outdoor track championships, 24 swimming championships, 20 gymnastics championships, and 13 College World Series.
— Bryson McFall (@bryson_mcfall) November 3, 2018
— Cynthia Maxey (@CynthiaMaxey) November 26, 2016
— olemisspix (@OleMissPix) September 17, 2016
SAMI 4: Camp Nou, Barcelona Football Game:
Camp Nou is a football stadium in Barcelona, Spain. It opened in 1957 and has been the home stadium of FC Barcelona since its completion. With a seating capacity of 99,354, it is the largest stadium in Spain and Europe, and the fourth largest football stadium in the world in capacity.
Video ? | Camp Nou crowd chants a special message for Bartomeu. #BarcaSiBartoNo
— BarçaTimes (@BarcaTimes) September 9, 2017
— FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) September 18, 2018
GEORGE 3: Also Camp Nou, Barcelona Football Game:
— FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) March 8, 2015
So it looks likely I was lucky enough witness Messi’s last game/goal in front of a crowd at Camp Nou… thank god I ticked that bucket list point off when I did! #Barca #Messi pic.twitter.com/Yj2LDpSEYy
— ? Nic Weatherill, (@nicweatherill) August 27, 2020
SAMI 3: Sit On The Fenway Green Monster Of A Boston Red Sox Game:
The Green Monster is a popular nickname for the 37-foot-2-inch-high left field wall at Fenway Park, home to the Boston Red Sox baseball team. The wall is 310 feet from home plate and is a popular target for right-handed hitters.
— Dan (@DanClarkSports) December 21, 2019
MGM Resorts International today announced an official partnership with the Boston Red Sox. This partnership includes the MGM Resorts logo appearing on the Green Monster at Fenway Park. MGM Resorts will have visible messaging behind home plate and Red Sox controlled media outlets. pic.twitter.com/zKXhDt0rJX
— Arash Markazi (@ArashMarkazi) March 8, 2019
— SNY (@SNYtv) September 16, 2018
GEORGE 2: Game 7 of an NBA Finals:
Since the inception of the NBA, 133 game sevens have been played. Of those, six went into overtime, and one into double overtime. Twenty-eight game sevens have been won by the road team. Not many of them have been in the NBA Finals.
If you replay game 7 of the 2016 NBA Finals (no commercials) at 10:16:24 you’ll hear “BLOCKED BY JAMES!" at midnight.
Start your decade off right.
— Complex Sports (@ComplexSports) December 31, 2019
ABC is re-airing Game 7 of the 2010 NBA Finals between the Boston Celtics and the Los Angeles Lakers right now. pic.twitter.com/AmIr77RGmC
— Arash Markazi (@ArashMarkazi) April 5, 2020
SAMI 2: Buffalo Bills Tailgate:
Andy Mayor, the Bills‘ vice president of operations and guest experience, said this week that Buffalo has “the best fans in the NFL.”
In case you have never been to Buffalo Bills tailgate. pic.twitter.com/YgTIjPe1Ga
— Chris Gronkowski (@Chrisgronkowski) September 29, 2019
— NFL (@NFL) December 16, 2017
Looking ahead toward Sunday @newerafield and it's going to be cool one. Snow showers expected for your tailgate, with sctd. rain and snow for the game. Temperatures in the mid to upper 30s with westerly winds 10-20mph. #Bills #BillsMafia @DelReid pic.twitter.com/KlUbrX96Me
— Aaron Mentkowski (@AaronCh7Weather) November 1, 2019
GEORGE 1: World Cup Finals:
The FIFA World Cup is an international association football competition established in 1930. It is contested by the men’s national teams of the members of the Fédération Internationale de Football (FIFA), the sport’s global governing body. The tournament has taken place organized every four years, except in 1942 and 1946, when the competition was cancelled due to World War II. The 2018 FIFA World Cup, hosted by Russia, was won by France, which beat Croatia 4–2 in regulation time.
This week's stadium tour takes us right back to the Azteca, which hosted the @FIFAWorldCup Final for a second time in 1986 ???
114,600 people gathered to watch Argentina beat West Germany, and Diego Maradona lift the trophy after the tournament performance of a lifetime ??? pic.twitter.com/zU6mBMIggu
— FIFA Museum (@FIFAMuseum) August 29, 2020
SAMI 1: Notre Dame Football Game:
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team is the intercollegiate football team representing the University of Notre Dame in Notre Dame, Indiana. They play home games at the campus’s Notre Dame Stadium, which has a capacity of 77,622.
Notre Dame Stadium was LOUD last night! Go Irish ??? pic.twitter.com/cl6Ii30drr
— Here Come The Irish (@herecometheiris) October 13, 2019
.@NotreDame announced Monday its game day policies for the upcoming football season. Spectators limited to 20% or less of stadium capacity — tickets for students, faculty and staff — and no tailgating. Attendees required to wear masks. ?
— Visit South Bend (@visitsouthbend) September 1, 2020
It’s one of our favorite places… especially when the halftime shows look like this!
— Notre Dame WBB ? (@ndwbb) September 14, 2019