3. Cleveland Browns stadium seats
So many memories were made at the old Cleveland Municipal Stadium, as the facility gave birth to legions of Browns fans.
I attended my first game there in the winter of 1993, and sat in the bleachers for late afternoon game against the Steelers. I heard words uttered there I never knew existed.
That ole’ stadium was there for so much good, especially in the early seasons of the Browns, and it was there for the heartbreak, too. John Elway’s drive comes to mind, and so does the final game played in the building, when fans were ripping seats out of the facility to take home.
The stadium was demolished in 1996 as the current home of the Browns, FirstEnergy Stadium, sits in its place.
While it’s gone, the Internet offers various ways to purchase an actual seat from the old stadium. This one, which was posted to Lelands, sold for $420 back in 2002. Obviously, that was 20 years ago, but I’ve seen seats going from anywhere from $200-$800. A lot depends on condition.
Rows of seats are also available online, which conjures up images of the aforementioned fans tearing out seats during the 1995 finale.