Angel Stadium of Anaheim is a multi-use stadium of sports in Anaheim: the state of California in the USA. It is originally known as Anaheim Stadium, for a while it was named as Edison International Field of Anaheim. The Big A is also the other name of the stadium, it’s the nickname of place. The Anaheim Stadium host many major events like NFL, MLB and it do Supercross twice in its one season. Angel Stadium was opened in 1966, provided its home ballpark to Los Angeles Angels of MLB (Major League Baseball). Angel Stadium is the 4th oldest active stadium of Major League Baseball, others are Dodger Stadium, Wrigley Field and Fenway Park. The stadium has hosted 1967, 1989 and 2010 MLB All-Star games. It was also the home stadium of NFL (National Football League) team for Los Angeles Rams from 1980 to 1994.
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Anaheim has many scenic locations to visit and enjoy your weekends with all the sports around it. It’s a perfect center of sports in California, you can get hotels that are near to the stadium. If you are coming across the border or from another state then Los Angeles International Airport is the main spot that will lead you to this sports arena.