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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is the home to many professional, semi-professional, amateur, community, and student sports. So much so that its sports fans are recognized as one of the most knowledgeable and passionate in the world.
Bus.com offers charter vehicles in various sizes to fit athletes from individual and group sports alike. From a passenger van for a family of fans or a pro tennis team for a large school bus for students attending a tournament or a formal fan club, Bus.com offers it all.
The South Philadelphia Sports Complex hosts all home games of the Eagles, Phillies, Flyers, and 76ers (aka the “Sixers”). Only the Philadelphia Union of Major League Soccer plays its home games around 13 miles away from Philadelphia, at Subaru Park.
Citizens Bank Park is the home baseball stadium of the Philadelphia Phillies. The park has a reputation as one of the most hitter-friendly parks in baseball. It features a natural grass-and-dirt playing field, a special zone for children, rooftop bleachers, several commemorative walls and halls, and diverse eateries serving Philadelphia-style cheesesteak sandwiches, hoagies, local beer, and other regional food specialties.
Lincoln Financial Field is the home field to the Philadelphia Eagles. Commonly referred to as “The Linc”, the stadium opened in 2003, replacing the Veterans Stadium. The renovation made the new building “greener,” added more wheelchair-accessible seating, and added modernization. Together with football, the new stadium hosts soccer and lacrosse games.
The Wells Fargo Center is the shared home to the Philadelphia Flyers, the Philadelphia 76ers, and the Philadelphia Wings, which belongs to the National Lacrosse League (NLL). In addition to home games of these teams, the arena also hostts rallies, concerts, and WWE events.
Franklin Field is an American multi-sports at the campus of the University of Pennsylvania. The NCAA regards Franklin Field as the oldest football stadium still in operation. The stadium serves as home to track-and-field Penn Relays, as well as the host for the university’s football, lacrosse, field hockey, and baseball games. Franklin Field has hosted Penn Relays Carnival for over a century.
Philadelphia hosts teams in "the Big Four" major professional sports and is one of the six US cities that has won at least one champion title in the NHL, NFL, MLB, and NBA. The major sports professional teams are the Philadelphia Flyers of the National Hockey League (NHL), the Phillies of Major League Baseball (MLB), the76ers of the National Basketball Association (NBA), and the Eagles of the National Football League (NFL). In 2010, the Philadelphia Union of Major League Soccer (MLS) joined the Philadelphia Greater Area.
The only current professional baseball team in Philadelphia is the Philadelphia Phillies, whose existence began in 1883. Philadelphia, in fact, hosted the inaugural game of Major League Baseball. Odd fact: in 2007, the Phillies franchise lost its 10,000th game; according to Elias Sports Bureau, no professional sports franchise has lost as many. Regardless of the results, the team is well-loved and has a long sellout streak for their home games.
The Philadelphia Eagles, founded in 1933, belong to the National Football Conference (NFC) East Division and compete in the National Football League (NFL). They have won Super Bowl LII, defeating the New England Patriots. The team consistently ranks among the league’s top in attendance and has had every game sold out since 1999. The team’s fans have been described as “the most intimidating in the NFL.
The Philadelphia 76ers – or just the Sixers – are the Atlantic Division NBA team with a Philadelphia home base. The team has won three NBA championships. The 76ers have had many notable Hall of Fame players, such as Hal Greer, Wilt Chamberlain, Julius Erving, Moses Malone, Charles Barkley, and Allen Iverson.
The Philadelphia Flyers, sporting a “Broad Street Bullies” nickname since the 1970s, is an ice hockey professional team playing in the Metropolitan Division. The Flyers were the first non-Original Six team to win the Stanley Cup since 1935.
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