Statistically speaking, yes. Since 1985, the team that has opened the World Series at home (hosting a possible four of seven games) has been victorious in 24 of the last 30 World Series.
Yes. As the #1 seed in the NFC, the 2010 Falcons have secured a first-round bye and homefield advantage throughout the playoffs.
There is no homefield advantage in the Superbowl. It is a pre-picked location by the NFL.
The Pro bowl usually has no homefield advantage because it is played in Honolulu, Hawai'i.
i think the cubs do
No. No team has ever gotten homefield advantage in the Superbowl.
They had the homefield advantage. In other words they knew the geography and the terrain better then the British.
Homefield Preparatory School was created in 1870.
It means that the team that is the sixth seed will never have homefield advantage in the playoffs and they have to win in the wild card game
There is an MLB rule that states the League that wins the All-Star game has home field advantage in the World Series. Since the American League won the 2009 All-Star game, 4-3, they get home field advantage for the 2009 World Series.
The location of the World Series is determined according to the two teams that they are playing and whichever league won the All Star Game in July is the league that will be given the home field advantage for the World Series and the World Series is set up so that Games 1, 2, 6 and 7 will be at the team with the home field advantage's stadium and Games 3, 4 and 5 will be at the stadium of the team that doesn't have the home field advantage.
Currently, whatever league wins the All-Star game will have Home-Field advantage in the World Series.