It depends on the home team. For example, Chicago Fire plays at Soldier Field, and AFC Ajax plays at Amsterdam ArenA
Kop Stand is the designation for the home end of the soccer field in Liverpool, England. It's named after a battle in the Boer War.
The England away kit is all red.
White for home, Red for away
Modern soccer was officially invented in England. The soccer Association was established in 1863 writing the rules for the game..with league and cup competitions following years later. England is referred to as the "Home of soccer"
The New England Patriots current home field is Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts
They are the home of the "Original Marathon"
pitch? grounds? stadium? Home? ...and you spelled soccer wrong
the first purpose built soccer stadium was goodison park in Liverpool England. it is home to everton fc.
England have only won 1 World Cup. That was on home soil in 1966.
the home plate of a baseball field
Boston University Field
The Hawthorns is the home ground of West Bromwich Albion Football Club, which is a soccer club in England.
Chicago plays home games at Wrigley Field in Illinois. Pittsburgh plays home games at PNC Park in Philadelphia.
The New England Patriots are based in the greater Boston area. They play their home games in the town of Foxborough, Mass at the Gillette Stadium. -Trigger
The Brown Bears lacrosse team's home field is Stevenson Field. The Brown Bears lacrosse team plays for Brown University which is located in Providence, Rhode Island.
The Qwest Field located in Seattle, Washington is home of two very popular sports. They are football and soccer. The two home teams are the Seattle Seahawks and the Seattle Sounders FC.
Red Bull Arena is widely recongized as the best US soccer stadium, maybe even the best in the world. It is home to the not so great but easily lovable NY Red Bulls
He is Australian However he does reside(second/main home) in England.
In soccer this mean the home team is playing on their home ground in their home town that they represent; same in every other sport.
No. According to the FIFA Laws of the Game, all field markings must be clearly visible. The home team's logo can be present, but it must not obscure the required markings.
i think is the giant stadium, because that were the final of the gold cup is going to be. The biggest soccer-specific stadium in the US is the Home Depot Center, home of the LA Galaxy and Chivas USA. The stadium has a capacity of over 27,000. Technically though, The Home Depot Center isn't the biggest soccer-hosting stadium. Gillette Stadium, a multi-purpose stadium, is also home the New England Revolution team. Their capacity is 68,000, making them the biggest soccer stadium.