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This article was published on February 26, 2016


Google Street View takes you court side in some of the world’s greatest sports venues

Google Street View takes you court side in some of the world’s greatest sports venues
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After taking users into the sea and up to the top of Mont Blanc, Google has updated Street View with loads of breathtaking views inside some of the world’s most famous sports stadiums, arenas and tracks.

Football fans can see what it’s like at the 40 yard line on the CenturyLink Field in Seattle. If NASCAR is more your speed, you can zoom through the 1.5 mile oval at the Homestead-Miami Speedway.

Take a stroll through Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Colorado
Take a stroll through Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Colorado

Prefer soccer instead? Take in the sights at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, Colorado or the MAPFRE Stadium in Columbus Ohio. There are also iconic basketball venues like the Verizon Center in Washington, DC and the A&T Center that’s home to the San Antonio Rampage.

These venues, along with several others are available to view at Google’s Street View site as well as in its Android and iOS Maps apps.

Street View gets you off the sidelines and into the game [Google Maps Blog]

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