Sports Facility Reports, Volume 18 (2017)
RESEARCH AND REPORTS
- 2017 Sports Facility Reference List.
- Fourteen years ago (Volume 3, Number 2, the Fall 2002 issue) the National Sports Law Institute published a Sports Facility Reference List including citations to articles, reports, books and other documents related to sports facilities. This list was updated twelve years ago in Volume 5, Number 1, the Spring/Summer 2004 issue. Since 2016, the list is updated each year.
- Sports Facility Economic Reports, Reviews and Studies since 2000
- A list of publicly available economi impact reports, reviews and studies related to sports facilities since 2000.
- Sports Facility Referenda 1990 - 2016
- A review of the results of referenda related to sports facilities since 1990.
- Comparison of Team Values, 2000-2016
- A report on the values of sports facilities and how they have changed since 2000.
- Professional Sports League Team Relocation History, 1950-2016
- A database of professional sports team relocation since 1950.
- Major League Baseball (completed summer 2012)
- National Basketball Association (completed summer 2013)
- National Football League (completed summer 2012)
- National Hockey League (completed summer 2013)
The following reports were compiled from information found on team and league websites, news sources available on LEXIS, Westlaw, general webbased metasearches, and other general research. Each report is intended to provide information on facility and team financing for teams within the various sports and leagues covered.
- Major League Baseball (appendix 1)
- National Basketball Association (appendix 2)
- National Football League (appendix 3)
- National Hockey League (appendix 4)
- Soccer (appendix 5)
- Motorsports (appendix 6)
- College Facilities (appendix 7)
- Green Sports Facility Links (appendix 8)
- Professor Paul M. Anderson, Creator, Editor & Designer, NSLI Director
- Professor Matthew J. Mitten, NSLI Executive Director
- Contributors to Volume 18: Jacob Armellani (L'19), Courtney Brenk (L'18), Antonio Cannavaro (L'19), Sara Dilanjian (L'18), M'Kenzee Galloway (L'19), Alexander Hensley (L'19), and Ryan Jordan (L'18).
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