RFK Stadium Is a National Treasure

RFK Stadium Is a National Treasure When you view Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium from one of its lagoon like parking lots, it looks like a mod flying saucer parked on the home of the Jetsons. Its curved roof harkens to space age architecture from the 1960s that would be more at home in Seattle than next to the Anacostia River. As you move closer, you notice that its bright white faade has faded and is actually, in many places, flaking away. This utilitarian relic of an era when people were still dreaming about sending men to the moon is old, antiquated, and crumbling due to two decades of poor upkeep. But it’s also loud, unique, and boasts one of the best atmospheres in American sports. men’s soccer team’s 4 3 win against Germany in an exhibition match, RFK Stadium is without question the…