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Let's have a little fun. With the majority of sports stadiums, arenas and ballparks named with a corporate sponsor ... what would you want YOUR team's venue to be called if corporate names weren't allowed? 


Here are mine ...


Utah Jazz - Salt Palace or Miller Sports Arena

San Francisco Giants - McCovey Park or South Beach Park

Pittsburgh Steelers - Rooney Field

Chicago Blackhawks/Bulls - Chicago Stadium II or Madison Street Arena


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Fun idea!

Orlando Magic: New Orlando Arena or Church Street Center (both a homage to Church Street Station, the historic main street of the city, and it fits geographically).

Orlando City: (even though they don’t have a corporate sponsor, I’m doing this as a joke) We Didn’t Take Your Tax Money Stadium, short name WDTYTMS.

Orlando RIP-no-one-plays-heres: Citrus Bowl

Tampa Bay Rays: St. Petersburg Dome, Florida Suncoast Dome, or (joke) The Warehouse.

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Cincinnati Reds: Crosley Riverfront Park

Cincinnati Bengals: Okay so Paul Brown Stadium isnt a corporate name but Id still change it to The Jungle, or The Factory of Sameness

FC Cincinnati: Currently they are using Nippert Stadium at the University of Cincinnati but their new stadium doesnt have a corporate sponsor yet. So if we did the opposite for the new stadium and gave it a corporate sponsor I would go with the Skyline Chili Bowl.

Cincinnati Cyclones: Riverfront Coliseum, or The Crown (Previous names for US Bank Arena)

Cincinnati Bearcats basketball: Shoemaker Center

Xavier Musketeers basketball: Xavier Convocation Center

NKU Norse basketball: Northern Kentucky Events Center

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Islanders- Nassau Coliseum. Not that anyone's called it NYCB Live outside of being required on telecasts anyway

Mets- Shea Stadium (Correct) II

Jets- Meadowlands

Syracuse- The Dome, though they can transfer Ernie Davis from the field name to naming the whole Dome to him

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  • Redskins/FedEx Field- Redskins Stadium (believe it was briefly called that at one point between Jack Kent Cooke's death and the naming right deal with FedEx).
  • Capitals & Wizards/Capital One Arena- either Gallery Place Arena or 7th Street Arena
  • DC United/Audi Field- Buzzard Point Stadium
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New York Giants & New York Jets: Meadowlands Stadium

New York Mets: Joan Whitney Payson Memorial Stadium (named for the original owner of the Mets)

Brooklyn Nets: Pacific Park Arena

New Jersey Devils: Newark Arena

New York Red Bulls: Riverbend Stadium

Brooklyn Cyclones (NYM Short Season Affiliate): Coney Island Ballpark

Staten Island Yankees (NYY Short Season Affiliate): The Ballpark at St. George or "Staten Island Yankees Stadium"

Rutgers Scarlet Knights football: Rutgers Stadium

Syracuse Orange football & basketball: Ernie Davis Dome

UConn Huskies football: Rentschler Field

UConn Huskies basketball & Hartford Wolf Pack (NYR AHL Affiliate): Hartford Civic Center

Bridgeport Sound Tigers (NYI AHL Affiliate): Bridgeport Arena at Harbor Yard

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Not my teams, but some baseball suggestions:

Astros - Union Station Grounds

Mets - Jackie Robinson Stadium

Giants - China Basin Park or Willie Mays Park

Brewers - Bud Selig Stadium :/

Phillies - Citizens' Park

Twins - Killebrew Field

Tigers - Tiger Stadium (II)

Blue Jays - SkyDome

Nationals - Capital Diamond

Angels - Anaheim Stadium

Reds - National League Park?

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Twins-Warehouse Field

Vikings-Grant Field at Riverfront Dome

Timberwolves-(New) Minneapolis Auditorium

Gopher Football-Nagurski Memorial Stadium

Minnesota United FC-University Avenue Ground

Wild-(New) St. Paul Civic Center or Rivercentre Arena

Saints-Lowertown Ballpark

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Giants: Willie Mays Park or Lefty O'Doul Park

Brewers: Yount Park, Milwaukee County Stadium II, and/or Spahn Stadium

Sharks: San Jose Arena, The Shark Tank, or (once he's retired) The Marleau Arena

Warriors: Mission Bay Arena or the Attles Center

Trail Blazers: Rose Garden (go back to it)


23 hours ago, the admiral said:

Brewers - Bud Selig Stadium :/


I'm sure you can think of more deserving people that that. Yount, Fred Miller, any member of the '57 Braves, etc. all deserve mentions. Heck, even Miller Valley Park sounds nice.


Of course, I have a few names for teams that I don't follow.


Astros: Union Station Grounds

Mariners: SoDo Field


White Sox: Sox Park (don't honor the asshat whose cheapness caused the Black Sox scandal)

Cleveland: Doby Field or Sockalexis Stadium (with the family's blessing)

Tigers: Tiger Stadium II or Kaline Park

Twins: Killebrew Field


Blue Jays: Skydome

Rays: Florida Suncoast Dome


Braves: Hank Aaron Park

Mets: Robinson Field or McGraw Field (after John McGraw)

Phillies: McGraw Park (after Tug McGraw) or Ashburn Park

Nationals: Josh Gibson Memorial Stadium


Pirates: Clemente Park, Three Rivers' Field, or Forbes Field II

Reds: Lombardi Field or Crosley Field II


Padres: Tony Gwynn Park or Williams Field

Rockies: Mile High Field or Blake Street Grounds

Diamondbacks: Snake Stadium or Phoenix Field

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Boston Celtics - Boston Garden II

Chicago Bulls - Jordan Center

Charlotte Hornets - The Hive

Cleveland Cavaliers - Gund Arena

Minnesota Timberwolves - Flip Saunders Field house

New Orleans Pelicans - The Nest

Golden State Warriors - Mission District Arena

Sacramento Kings - The Castle

Philadelphia 76ers - Spectrum Jr

Denver Nuggets - Mile High Arena or McNichols II



Anaheim Ducks - The Pond

Philadelphia Flyers - see 76ers

Winnipeg Jets - The Hangar

Tampa Bay Lightning - Ice Palace

Ottawa Senators - Palladium

Nashville Predators - Music City Palace

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1 minute ago, neo_prankster said:

Chicago Bulls - Jordan Center


It would almost certainly be called the Chicago Stadium if United decided they didn't want to sponsor it anymore.


I was surprised the Ilitches didn't go with "Detroit Olympia" for the new joint. They're not making any money on the naming rights anyway.

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A few years ago, a local company called Nymeo bought the Frederick Keys (local high-a affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles). This was in a effort to keep the team from moving. They subsequently changed the name of the Keys stadium from Harry Grove Stadium to Nymeo Field at Harry Grove Stadium. I would revert it back to HGS or rename it to Francis Scott Key Field at Mt. Olivet Stadium. Francis Scott Key is burried at Mt. Olivet Cemetery right behind the Keys stadium.

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I do appreciate what @SFGiants58 said about the Mariners and SoDo Field... I thought that should of been an option in the renaming process...


Seahawks/Sounders: Seahawks Stadium (Before the corporate names, that's what it was known as)

Seattle NHL Team/Sonics: Seattle Center or Seattle Arena

Washington Football: No name change needed

Washington Basketball: Hec Edmudson Pavillion

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