* Address: 1001 Rose Bowl Drive, Pasadena
* Country: United States
* Capacity: 92,000
* Opened: 8 October 1922
* Main use: American football
* Tenants: UCLA Bruins (American football)
Extra stadium info – Rose Bowl Stadium
The Rose Bowl Stadium is a National Historic Landmark. On 17 July 1994, the venue hosted the prestigious FIFA World Cup final, which was won by the national football team of Brazil after defeating the Italian Republic in front of 94,000 fans. In 1999, it hosted the first-ever FIFA Women’s World Cup final in the United States. 90,000 people attended the match, which was won by the United States after defeating China. The Major League Soccer side LA Galaxy had been tenants of the Rose Bowl Stadium between 1996 and 2003. The UCLA Bruins are the current tenants. Their main rivals are the USC Trojans from Los Angeles.