|Location:||Pasadena, United States of America|
|Capacity:||92,542 (all seated)|
Located in Pasadena on the outskirts of Los Angeles and best-known for its unique architecture, Rose Bowl is one of the most beautiful stadiums of the United States of America. It has served as a stamping-ground to the football team "UCLA Bruins" and is now the home of "LA Galaxy". The design of the stadium is an engineering masterpiece. It served as the best ground for several famous football matches including the finals of Olympic Games in 1984 and the World Cup final of 1994, won by Brazil. But the fact that gives it the distinction and a name in the history books is the design which is similar to a horseshoe. The construction was modified several times and in 1928 when the southern stands were constructed, the stadium appeared as a whole bowl. But due to this unique design, the stadium does not have any parking space that makes it a little difficult for the spectators yet it is always houseful.