Tonight Kansas City, MO, takes center stage in the baseball world, as they host MLB’s All-Star Game. A little known fact about Kansas City is that they also hosted the NFL’s Pro Bowl in 1974. However, the Pro Bowl was hosted at Arrowhead Stadium, and Kansas City’s MLB All-Star Games have been hosted at Municipal Stadium, and Kauffman Stadium.
There have been only six stadiums that have played host to a major professional football all-star game and a MLB All-Star Game. Check out the list below.
Stadiums That Have Hosted a Pro Football All-Star Game and a MLB All-Star Game
|Stadium||Location||Pro FB AS Games||MLB AS Games|
|Astrodome||Houston, TX||1970 (AFL)||1968, 1986|
|L.A. Coliseum||Los Angeles, CA||1951-1972, 1979||1959|
|Oakland Coliseum||Oakland, CA||1967 (AFL)||1987|
|Polo Grounds||New York, NY||1942 – Jan||1934, 1942|
|Shibe Park||Philadelphia, PA||1942 – Dec||1943, 1952|
- The Polo Grounds is the only stadium to have hosted a pro football all-star game, and a MLB All-Star Game in the same year (1942).
- The L.A. Coliseum and RFK Stadium hosted the NFLPA’s all-star games during the 1982 NFL strike. The L.A. Coliseum hosted the MLB All-Star Game in 1959, and RFK Stadium hosted one in 1969.