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Tennessee is a sports fan's dream with many places and arenas across the state worth visit

A visit to Tennessee for a sports fan is incomplete without a trip to the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville. It houses a multimedia collection of memorabilia, stories and more that honour the great legends in Tennessee sports. The Hall serves as a platform to connect athletes, coaches, sports fans and supporters by acknowledging the life achievements through sports.   The roar of NASCAR and stock cars can be heard as they whizz around the world's fastest half-mile in Bristol Motor Speedway & Dragway, known as The Last Great Colosseum, for its action-packed events and Romanesque architecture. The speedway is among the largest sporting venues in the world.   The Titans' new $2.1 billion domed stadium, to be called Nissan Stadium, is expected to open in spring 2027 at Nashville. The New Nissan Stadium would host Titans games, Tennessee State University football games and community activities, and also aim to attract the world's largest and most prestigious events such as Super Bowls and College Football Playoffs.

 

Posted by: Tennessee Tourism
Posted on: 11/04/2024

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Tennessee is a sports fan's dream with many places and arenas across the state worth visit

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