Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States of America
John F. Kennedy Stadium was an open-air stadium of Philadelphia which was uniquely designed as a horseshoe by the Architectural firm Simon & Simon. It had been the home ground for various football teams and other clubs such as Philadelphia Quakers (AFL), Philadelphia Eagles (NFL), Liberty Bowl (NCAA) and Philadelphia Bell (WFL).
The maximum attendance of 29,100 spectators at the stadium was recorded during the 1/8 finale of the Europa League between Rennais and Arsenal football clubs on 7th March 2019.
The stadium officially opened its gates on 15th September 1912.
At present, Roazhon Park serves as the home ground for the Stade Rennais (SRFC), a French association football club.
Roazhon Park has also hosted the semi-final of "Top 14", a French domestic rugby competition.
The stadium has also been selected to host 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup matches.