Monday, July 6, 2009

TT - There's No Place Like Home

As we mentioned into today's Studio 90 News Update, the U.S. will be playing its 18th game at RFK Stadium since 1990. Amazingly, this is the first Gold Cup match the historic stadium will have hosted.

The question for you today is this: Which venue has hosted the most games for the MNT in the last 19-plus years. And as a bonus, where do we have the best winning percentage (in stadiums with more than five games played)?

12 comments:

kmkrahm said...

Not 100%. but I will guess.
Most games in Miami.
Best record in Los Angeles

Salvatore said...

I'm gonna say Gillette stadium for most played and columbus crew stadium for most wins

The C├ęsar said...

Best record should be in Columbus, but most games... what about Soldier Field?

Jared said...

Most Played = Foxboro
Win Percentage = Crew Stadium

Tana said...

best record = crew stadium

BJames said...

As much as I hate to say it, I am going with Foxborough for both

Michael said...

best record is foxboro (foxboro stadium and gillette stadium combined)

Ryan said...

Most played: Prob Gillette
Best Win %: How about the Home Depot Center?

Amy said...

I think Orange Bowl (18) for most games in one stadium, with RFK (17) in second.

Best winning percentage in a stadium with more than five games: HDC at 87.5% (7 wins out of 8 games played)

If you had worded the trivia at 5 or more games played, Qwest Field for best winning percentage. We're 100% after five games (including Saturday's win) in the Emerald City.

Colin said...

I believe the US have only played at Qwest 4 times. The 2002 friendly in Seattle vs Honduras was at Safeco.

Kristen said...

When are we getting the answers?

Amy said...

I thought it was at Qwest, but I could be wrong. Either way, Seattle has been good for the US in the past 20 years.