. When was Philadelphia's Veterans Stadium demolished?




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The ultimate end came when the 33-year old stadium was imploded on March 21, 2004. A parking lot for the current sporting facilities was constructed in 2004 and 2005 at the site.

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The ultimate end came when the 33-year old stadium was imploded on March 21, 2004. A parking lot for the current sporting facilities was constructed in 2004 and 2005 at the site.

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On January 8, 2004 the Phillies closed their offices at the Vet for the last time. At seven in the morning on March 21, 2004 Demolition Dynamics imploded the stadium.

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It was demolished March 21, 2004.


Broke ground October 2, 1967
Opened April 10, 1971
Closed September 28, 2003
Demolished March 21, 2004



Tenants
Philadelphia Phillies (MLB) (1971-2003)
Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) (1971-2002)
Philadelphia Atoms (NASL) (1973-1975)
Philadelphia Fury (NASL) (1978-1980)
Philadelphia Stars (USFL) (1983-1984)
Temple University (NCAA) (1978-2002)

Philadelphia Veterans Stadium (informally called "The Vet") was a professional sports facility located at the northeast corner of Broad Street and Pattison Avenue in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It housed the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League from 1971 through 2002 and Major League Baseball's Philadelphia Phillies from 1971 through 2003. The listed capacity for baseball in 1971 was 56,371 and for football was listed with a 62,000 seat capacity. The 1976 and 1996 Major League Baseball All-Star Games were held at the venue. The Vet also hosted the annual Army-Navy football game 17 times, first in 1980 and last in 2001. In addition, numerous concerts were performed here by artists ranging from The Who to Bruce Springsteen to 'N Sync and religious events from annual Jehovah's Witnesses conventions to a Billy Graham crusade

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