Have you ever been to a baseball stadium, or any sporting venue, that doesn’t have a convenient cup holder for your drink? Problem solved. The Nearly Universal Cup Holder attaches to most armrests and cradles your beverage while you cheer on your favorite team. Simply attach the Velcro brand fasteners of the cup holder to the armrest of your stadium chair and you have a sturdy solution to your beverage placement problem.
While the “Nearly” Universal Cup Holder hasn’t been tested on all sporting venues, we encourage you to bring it with you while you explore stadiums around the world. If you’re a baseball fan, The Huffington Post recently ranked the 10 great baseball stadiums to visit in 2012.
Be sure to try your “Nearly” Universal Cup Holder at the top 10 baseball stadiums:
- Fenway Park, Boston
Home of the Boston Red Sox, this 100-year-old ballpark is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
- Marlins Park, Miami
Marlins Park is baseball’s newest stadium. It’s even air conditioned!
- Citi Field, New York
Citi Field opened in 2009 and is home to the New York Mets. This park seats approximately 45,000 people and has optimal sightlines of the field.
- PNC Park, Pittsburgh
Located on the Allegheny River, Pirates fans enjoy expansive views of the Pittsburgh skyline and riverfront at PNC Park.
- Camden Yards, Baltimore
Camden Yards, a highly acclaimed baseball stadium, launched a new retro-classic style ballpark in the 1990s.
- Wrigley Field, Chicago
Built in 1914, Wrigley Field has been the site of numerous historic events including Babe Ruth’s memorable “called shot.”
- Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia
The Phillies moved to this new state-of-the-art facility in 2004. This ballpark was designed to be universally accessible for all fans with disabilities and special needs.
- Yankee Stadium, New York
Whether you love or hate the Yankees, the new New Yankee Stadium is something to see. If you can’t make it to NYC this season, check out these panoramas of the ballpark.
- AT&T Park, San Francisco
Home to the Giants, this ballpark has scenic views of the bay. In 2008, AT&T Park was named Sports Facility of the Year by Sports Business Journal and Sports Business Daily.
- Tokyo Dome, Tokyo
The Tokyo Dome opened in 1988 as Tokyo’s first domed stadium.
For more details and photos about these stadiums, read The Huffington Post’s full story.