The Oakland Raiders have one of the oldest and most unsightly stadiums in the NFL today. However, the Silver and Black might be able to ditch the O.co Coliseum—opened way back in 1966 — if they can garner enough support.
That new carpet smell sure was a pleasant one Tuesday, when the A’s began an eight-game homestand.
Officials have a clogged pipe was to blame for a sewage backup at the Oakland A’s stadium over the weekend that created a stink and pools of water in the clubhouses used by the A’s, the visiting Seattle Mariners and the umpires.
A sewage problem at the Coliseum forced the Oakland Athletics and Seattle Mariners to use the same locker room after Sunday’s game.
Long ago, NFL Commissioner Bert Bell famously said, “on any given Sunday, any team in the NFL can beat any other team.” It’s worth noting that Bell died in 1959, long before the current edition of the Oakland Raiders took the field.
A man whose car was spotted performing stunts during a sideshow on Interstate 880 in Oakland on Saturday told CBS 5 his car was involved, but he said someone else was behind the wheel.
The California Highway Patrol is investigating online videos which show drivers performing sideshow stunts on Interstate 880 near O.co Coliseum in Oakland during the middle of the day.
A man fell from the upper deck at O.co Coliseum in Oakland during Thursday’s Raiders-Broncos game and was in serious condition at a hospital, according to police.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said the league is willing to contribute funding to help build a stadium in Oakland to keep the Raiders in town.
Veteran tailgaters know they can’t haul their own portable restrooms to Oakland Raiders games. Yet they still can get some relief at O.co Coliseum.