The Stadium Review’s website began in 2019 as a way to review every MLB ballpark. As of November 2021, I’ve been to over half, so I still have a ways to go. I plan to visit 1-2 new ballparks each year to visit each team’s stadium eventually.


However, the website grew from a personal review of ballparks to something much different. In 2020, I began expanding the content on the website to cover things like parking and food at various venues. I also started adding about fifteen new blog posts to the website each month.


The Expansion Phase on the Website

the expansion of the website

Some new areas on the site include the parking and food guide for every MLB, NHL, NBA, and NFL venue. For parking, I partner up with SpotHero to deliver affordable parking options for fans to purchase for any event, concert, or game. For the food, I highlight different food and drinks you could get at each venue.


In addition to MLB, NHL, NBA, and NFL content, the website has plans to move into more verticals. Some of the verticals will include soccer (football) and rugby. Another vertical that I’m looking to enter is e-sports, but I need to educate myself on for a bit.


As a Business

As a business

In 2021, The Stadium Reviews officially became an LLC business. The business’s official address is 229 Washington Street Suite 306, Saratoga Springs, NY, 12866. Making this a business came from my dedication of growing this website into something bigger today. While the website covers the MLB, NHL, NBA, and NFL, I plan to expand this to other sports down the road.


Some of the articles on the site are written by my content writing team. Each of my writers is in the United States, so I’ve grown a website into a small business with a few consistent writers.


Finally, this website generates money from the ads and any purchases you make on SpotHero. The Stadium Reviews, LLC partners with Mediavine to deliver high-quality and relevant ads for your visit. Along with Mediavine, The Stadium Reviews LLC works with SpotHero to show up-to-date parking deals on as many stadiums and venues as possible.


About Greg

about greg kristan of The Stadium Reviews

Greg Kristan is the owner of The Stadium Reviews. In addition to running the sports website, I run my SEO consulting firm, TM Blast LLC, since 2017. Outside of The Stadium Reviews LLC and TM Blast LLC, I’m building out Plant Legend, a new website about how to take care of plants. I also record vlogs to document best SEO practices and more.


I also enjoy running, cycling, hanging out with my friends, tossing a frisbee around, watching TV, and playing video games outside of work. I’m also exploring my new home in upstate NY, so I like to visit new towns and cities. If possible, I will always take the train somewhere because I enjoy the experience or rail life.


Do I Have a Favorite Team?

do i have a favorite team

I’m originally from New York, so I grew up a Yankees fan. Over the years, I’m also becoming a Rays fan and enjoy watching them play when I travel to different parks. With the Rays not being a favorite team for most people, I find great ticket deals whenever they visit Boston or New York.


For the NBA, NHL, and NFL, I’m more of a casual fan. That means I’m always down to go to a game, but I don’t follow a team or sport as closely as I do with baseball. Baseball is the one sport that I follow all year and offseason.


Do I have a Favorite Sport?

do i have a favorite sport

The sport that I care the most about is baseball. My first baseball game came at the Old Yankee Stadium in 1994. I was only four at the time, but I remember sitting on the third-base side with my dad, his dad, and my uncle. As the years went by, I went to more baseball games at Yankee Stadium and Fenway Park, which is why baseball means so much to me.


I plan is to visit every MLB ballpark in my lifetime. As of December 2021, I’m over the halfway point. My goal is to visit the new Atlanta Braves Stadium in 2022.


Last Stadium Visit

latest trip
 On November 8th, 2021, my last official sports game was at Madison Square Garden. The hockey game was the Florida Panthers vs. the New York Rangers, and the New York Rangers won the game 4-3.


Since I live in upstate New York, I have a 2.5-hour train ride to the city from Albany. A short 2.5-hour train ride allows me to get into the city more often, which means I can easily catch a baseball, hockey, and basketball games. However, seeing an NFL game is tricky since Buffalo is too far from me, and the Giants and Jets play in New Jersey.


January Popular Blogs

what is a slam dunk in basketball

The blogs on the website are what drive the most sessions each month. I publish about fifteen new blog posts each month covering the NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB, and more. Some of the content that I write is something that I know, while other times I research a topic because I find it interesting, and I think others might as well. Here are some of the most popular blog posts on the website as of now!


What is a Blitz in Football?

What is a Caddie in Golf?

PIM in Hockey

Grand Slam in Baseball

What is a Mulligan in Golf?

Triple Double

What Does Fore Mean in Golf?

Onside Kick

What is a Technical Foul in Basketball?

Play Action Football

What Does Icing Mean in Hockey?

What is a Travel in Basketball?


Parking Pages for the NFL

Gillette Stadium Parking

You can find parking information for every major sports team on this website as well. Each parking page has parking rates, when gates open, tailgating rules, and so much more. Finally, you’ll be able to reserve a parking space before driving to the venue, so take advantage of it! Below is the list of every NFL Stadium Parking page.


Allegiant Stadium Parking

Arrowhead Stadium Parking

ATT&T Stadium Parking

Bank of American Stadium Parking

Bills Stadium Parking

Caesars Superdome Parking

Dignity Health Sports Parking

FedEx Field Parking

FirstEnergy Stadium Parking

Ford Field Parking

Gillette Stadium Parking

Hard Rock Stadium Parking

Heinz Field Parking

Lambeau Field Parking

Levi’s Stadium Parking

Lincoln Financial Field Parking

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Parking

Lucas Oil Stadium Parking

Lumen Field Parking

M&T Bank Stadium Parking

Mercedes-Benz Stadium Parking

Mile High Stadium Parking

Nissan Stadium Parking

NRG Stadium Parking

Paul Brown Stadium Parking

Raymond James Stadium Parking

SoFi Stadium Parking

Soldier Field Parking

State Farm Stadium Parking

TIAA Bank Field Parking

U.S Bank Stadium Parking


Parking Pages for the NBA / NHL


can you tailgate at td garden

Amalie Arena Parking

American Airlines Arena Parking

American Airlines Center Parking

Amway Center Parking

AT&T Center Parking

Ball Arena Parking

Barclays Center Parking

BB&T Center Parking

Belle Centre Parking

Bridgestone Arena Parking

Canada Life Centre Parking

Canadian Tire Centre Parking

Capital One Arena Parking

Chase Center Parking

Chesapeake Energy Arena Parking

Enterprise Center Parking

FedExForum Parking

Fiserv Forum Parking

Footprint Center Parking

Gainbridge Fieldhouse Parking

Gila River Arena Parking

Golden 1 Center Parking

Honda Center Parking

KeyBank Center Parking

Little Caesars Arena Parking

Madison Square Garden Parking

Moda Center Parking

Nationwide Arena Parking

PNC Arena Parking

PPG Paints Arena Parking

Prudential Center Parking

Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse Parking

Rogers Arena Parking

Rogers Place Parking

SAP Center Parking

Scotiabank Arena Parking

Scotiabank Saddledome Parking

Smoothie King Center Parking

Spectrum Center Parking

Staples Center Parking

State Farm Arena Parking

Target Center Parking

TD Garden Parking

T-Mobile Arena Parking

Toyota Center Parking

United Center Parking

Vivint Smart Home Arena Parking

Wells Fargo Center Parking

Xcel Energy Center Parking