Wrigley Field ranked No. 1 stadium in North America

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Patrick Gorski - USA Today Sports
Patrick Gorski - USA Today Sports

The top places to watch a sporting event is one of those hot button topics that fans love to discuss.

Stadiumjourney.com tirelessly visited more than 2,600 stadiums in 61 countries to review the top places to watch a sporting event and Wrigley Field was ranked No. 1 place to watch a sporting event in North America.

"Any stadium can offer a fan a sporting event, but only Wrigley Field can offer everyone, a fan or a casual observer, a bucket-list life experience," stadiumjourney said. "Nestled in the middle of the Wrigleyville neighborhood, with long-time residents living a block away to new developments going up around the park, Wrigley is a pure destination, which, in itself, helps make it the best stadium in all of sports."

Here are the ratings for Wrigley Field out of five stars.

Food and Beverage -- 5
Atmosphere -- 5
Neighborhood -- 4
Fans -- 5
Access -- 4
Return on Investment -- 4
Extras -- 4

Major league baseball has some of the best stadium experiences out there with six ballparks in the top 10 overall.

The Top 10 stadium experiences were Wrigley Field, Fenway Park, AT&T Park, Oriole Park, Lucas Oil Stadium, Lambeau Field, PNC Park, CenturyLink Field, Dodgers Stadium, and Memorial Stadium.

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