Rose Bowl

Rose Bowl

The Rose Bowl, in Pasadena, California is the home stadium for the American football team UCLA Bruins. With over 90,000 seats, it was the largest stadium used to host World Cup 1994.

It is primarily a venue for Americal football. However it has been used for a number of soccer events. As well as being used for soccer matches in the 1984 Summer Olympics, the Rose Bowl was later used as home ground for LA Galaxy (1996 - 2003) and one of the host venues in the 1999 Women's World Cup. In the 1994 World Cup it was used for eight matches, including the final.


Location: Pasadena, California

Capacity: 94,194

Construction: 1922

Matches: Columbia 1 : 3 Romania (June 18), Cameroon 2 : 2 Sweden (June 19), USA 2 : 1 Columbia (June 22), USA 0 : 1 Romania (June 26), Romania 3 : 2 Argentina (July 3), semi-final Sweden 0 : 1 Brazil (July 13), third place match Sweden 4 : 0 Bulgaria (July 16) and the final on July 17 - Brazil 0 : 0 Italy [Brazil won 3 - 2 on penalties]


World Cup 1994 Venues : Rose Bowl, Pontiac Silverdome, Stanford Stadium, Giants Stadium, Citrus Bowl, Soldier Field, Cotton Bowl, Foxboro Stadium and Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium.