30. Providence Park (United States)
Major League Soccer is an afterthought to most fans outside the United States, but the recently renovated home of the Portland Timbers in Oregon is the gem of the league. Originally opened in the late 1920s, Providence Park is known for its ivy-covered facade and rampant passion of the “Timbers Army.” With 4,000 seats added to push the capacity over 25,000 and major upgrades from food to phone-charging stations, it’s a new era for the historic venue.
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