Frank Youell Field was one of the original stadiums they used. They did play at Frank Youell Field from 1962-1965. The first year of their franchise, 1960, they played in Kezar Stadium. The next year (1961) they moved to Candlestick Park. After the three years at Youell Field, they moved to McAfee Stadium in 1966 and have played there ever since, except of course the 13 years (1982-1994) they played in the L.A. Memorial Coliseum.
Its called a Football Stadium.
soldier field is the football team that the Chicago bears call home
The french have accents but as I have an English keyboard I cant do it properly but the French call a football stadium "Le stade de foot". but with accents.
There are many places you can purchase Oakland Raider tickets. You can go directly to the Raiders website or call 510-864-5020. You can also get them through ticket master, or vivid seats.
it is played both inside and outside. if it is played inside, then they call the stadium a dome. most football fields are outside
The Cowboys have played their home games at the Cotton Bowl (1960-71), Texas Stadium (1971-2008) and Cowboys Stadium (2009-present).
San Diego Chargers , San Francisco 49rs and Oakland Raiders until 1995 there was a team call Los Angeles Rams but the move to S. Luis.
You call it football because you play with ball and kick the ball
As in L.A. Raiders? Just the same: Raiders de Los Angeles. Its translation would be corsarios or piratas but such terms are barely used, if at all.
Baltimore and los angeles