Around the world, especially in America, cities build stadiums in order to host a professional sports franchise. Stadiums are considered landmarks that many fans go to and also experience another stadium that isn’t the home of our local teams. Stadiums like Fenway Park, Wrigley Field, Lambeau Field, and Dodger Stadium have been in use since their franchise’s existence in their respective cities. Unfortunately, we have seen stadiums or been to stadiums that are just terrible. When this happens, owners demand a new stadium to be built, whether it’s because of loss of profit or that the stadium’s conditions aren’t in conjunction with the modern one’s today. Oftentimes, this has forced some franchises to relocate cities. Here are the 10 worst stadiums in sports history.