Yes The new stadium does have a retractable roof, but the old stadium did not.
When it gets really hot.
Yep, some stadium have the roof for when its rain but some stadium doesn't roof so sometimes they post the game and the other they still play on the rain.
Takes about 20 minutes to open or close it
Exactly 10 minutes. Same duration when they close the roof.
The retractable roof of Cowboys Stadium likely will remain closed because of a forecast of cold weather on Thanksgiving Day, 2010.
== == One hour The process takes 56 minutes and 30 seconds - and the roof should only be operated when the stadium is empty.
No, it does not. The new Yankee Stadium, like the old one, has no roof.
i stadium were there is no roof and it can snow inside.
No, its a retractable roof stadium.
No. Arrowhead Stadium doesn't have a roof.
It can be played inside and has been when the roof is closed in the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff where they presently have the only stadium for this type of sport which has a roof that can close. If the game did become inside it would require astro turf which can be somewhat more difficult to play on
when it rains
because you have no roof on your house
Most places don't have a roof because it's expensive. But if they do, they do use it when it rains. However, if it's not raining, they don't close the roof because it changes the court conditions. (Indoor tennis is different than outdoor tennis, yes.)
No, it is not. The new Yankee Stadium, like the old stadium, has an open roof.
Lucas Oil Stadium is a retractable roof stadium.
Nope. It certainly doesn't have the joy of a closing roof. :(
Yes it's a roof that opens and closes
The Kitchen roof is apt to leak when it rains .