- Address: 347 Don Shula Drive, Miami Gardens
- Country: United States
- Capacity: 64,000
- Opened: 16 August 1987
- Main use: American football
- Tenants: Miami Dolphins (American football), Miami Hurricanes (American football)
Extra stadium info – Hard Rock Stadium
The Hard Rock Stadium opened as the Joe Robbie Stadium with a capacity of 74,000. It became a venue for various events, like American football, Australian football, baseball, basketball, concerts, football, relgious gatherings, tennis, trade shows and wrestling. The club which is currently known as the Miami Marlins played numerous home matches at the Hard Rock Stadium. They are Major League Baseball members. MLB became the most popular baseball league in the world.
The Miami Dolphins moved to the Hard Rock Stadium in 1987. It became one of the first American football clubs with 1 million followers on its main social media page. The Dolphins won the Super Bowl in 1973 for the first time in their history. They won the title after beating the club which is currently known as the Washington Commanders. 90,000 people attended the 1973 Super Bowl, which took place in California. The American football team of the Miami Hurricanes moved to the Hard Rock Stadium in 2008. That year, they drew an average home attendance of 46,000 in six home games.
FC Barcelona versus Real Madrid
In 2017, the Hard Rock Stadium hosted the first match between the Spanish football giants FC Barcelona and Real Madrid CF in the United States. A capacity crowd attended the match between the first sports teams with 100 million followers on their main social media page. FC Barcelona won the game 3-2. A crowd of 66,000 showed up for the football match. It was the second game between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid to take place outside of Spain. The first game outside of Spain between both clubs took place in Venezuela in 1982.