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Rose Bowl (stadium)
2008-1226-Pasadena-008-RoseBowl
Owners City of Pasadena
Location 1001 Rose Bowl Drive, Pasadena,
California, U.S. 91103
Broke ground 1921
Opened October 8, 1922
Rose Bowl game – January 1, 1923
Tenants Los Angeles Galaxy
(MLS) (1996–2002)
Capacity 92,542
Surface Grass
Highest attendance 106,869 (1973 Rose Bowl)

The Rose Bowl is an outdoor athletic stadium in Pasadena, California, just outside Los Angeles. Built in 1922 among the San Gabriel Mountains in the Arroyo Seco of Los Angeles County, the stadium is recognized as a United States National Historic Landmark and a California Historic Civil Engineering landmark. At a modern capacity of 92,542, the Rose Bowl is the 17th-largest stadium in the world, the 11th-largest stadium in the United States, and the 11th largest NCAA stadium.

One of the most famous stadiums in sporting history, the Rose Bowl is best known as an American football venue, specifically as the host of the annual Rose Bowl Game for which it is named. Since 1982, the stadium has also served as the home stadium of the UCLA Bruins football team. The stadium has also hosted five Super Bowl games, second most of any venue. The Rose Bowl is also a noted soccer venue, hosting the 1994 FIFA World Cup Final, 1999 FIFA Women's World Cup Final, and the |1984 Olympic Gold Medal Match, as well as numerous CONCACAF and United States Soccer Federation matches.

The Rose Bowl and adjacent Brookside Golf and Country Club are owned by the City of Pasadena and managed by the Rose Bowl Operating Company, a non-profit organization whose board is selected by council members of the City of Pasadena. UCLA and the Pasadena Tournament of Roses also have one member on the company board.

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FIFA World Cup final stadiums

1930: Estadio Centenario · 1934: Stadio Nazionale PNF · 1938: Stade Olympique de Colombes · 1950: Estádio do Maracanã · 1954: Wankdorf Stadium · 1958: Råsunda Stadium · 1962: Estadio Nacional · 1966: Wembley Stadium · 1970: Estadio Azteca · 1974: Olympic Stadium · 1978: Estadio Monumental · 1982: Santiago Bernabéu · 1986: Estadio Azteca · 1990: Stadio Olimpico · 1994: Rose Bowl · '1998: Stade de France · 2002: International Stadium Yokohama · 2006: Olympic Stadium · 2010: Soccer City · 2014: Maracanã Stadium · 2018: Luzhniki Stadium · 2022: Lusail Iconic Stadium ·

1994 FIFA World Cup stadiums

Citrus Bowl · Cotton Bowl · Foxboro Stadium · Giants Stadium · Pontiac Silverdome · RFK Stadium · Rose Bowl · Soldier Field · Stanford Stadium

2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup stadiums

Cowboys Stadium (Arlington, Texas) · The Home Depot Center (Carson, California) · Ford Field (Detroit) · Bank of America Stadium (Charlotte, North Carolina) · FIU Stadium (Miami) · Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, Florida) · Soldier Field (Chicago) · Red Bull Arena (Harrison, New Jersey) · Livestrong Sporting Park (Kansas City, Kansas) · New Meadowlands Stadium (East Rutherford, New Jersey) · RFK Stadium (Washington, D.C.) · Reliant Stadium (Houston) · Rose Bowl (Pasadena, California)

2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup stadiums

AT&T Stadium (Arlington) · BBVA Compass Stadium (Houston) · CenturyLink Field (Seattle) · Georgia Dome (Atlanta) · Sun Life Stadium (Florida) · Jeld-Wen Field (Portland) · M&T Bank Stadium (Baltimore) · Red Bull Arena (New Jersey) · Rentschler Field (Connecticut) · Rio Tinto Stadium (Salt Lake City) · Rose Bowl (Pasadena) · Soldier Field (Chicago) · Sports Authority Field at Mile High (Denver)

Copa América Centenario stadiums

Camping World Stadium (Orlando) · CenturyLink Field (Seattle) · Gillette Stadium (Foxborough) · Levi's Stadium (Santa Clara) · Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia) · MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford) · NRG Stadium (Houston) · Rose Bowl (Pasadena) · Soldier Field (Chicago) · University of Phoenix Stadium (Glendale) ·

2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup stadiums

AT&T Stadium · Alamodome · BBVA Compass Stadium · FirstEnergy Stadium · Lincoln Financial Field · Levi's Stadium · Nissan Stadium · Qualcomm Stadium · Raymond James Stadium · Red Bull Arena · Rose Bowl · Sports Authority Field · Toyota Stadium · University of Phoenix Stadium

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