Since I like to watch sports, I decided to make a bucket list just for sports related places and games.
National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum: A sport that prides itself on tradition, it's no surprise that a museum dedicated to baseball's history exists. I, being a history fan myself, would like to see what exhibits are located there.
NFL: Out of the big four North American sports leagues, this is the only I haven't been to. While many people say that a game on TV is much better, I would still like to see a game for the heck of it.
Pro Football Hall of Fame: The NFL's history may not be as renowned as baseball, but being an NFL fan myself, a museum dedicated entirely to professional football is a must visit.
Liga MX: The atmosphere at a Tigres-Monterrey games is fantastic and one I would like to see. And unlike South America where most of the best players leave for Europe, Mexico's best players usually stay at home.
Premier League: The biggest soccer (OK football for anybody that gets angry with that term) league in the world. I previously didn't have much interested in visiting England until I remembered about the sports in the country. Liverpool is the city I want to see a game on.
Serie A: Considered the best league in the world during the 1990's and early 2000's, it's fallen quite a bit since then. However, I love the Italian style of play and AS Roma are my favourite European team.
FIFA World Cup: This one will be a bit harder because it's only once every four years. Fortunately for me, there's a good chance of games being played in Canada and the United States, and I will make sure I attend a game if that's the case.
FIFA World Museum: Museum dedicated to the World Duo's history = heaven to me. Unfortunately there's nothing else in Switzerland that I can think of visiting.
AFL: Aussie rules football is a niche sport outside of Australia (more like non-existent). But it's very cool with a mixture of basketball, rugby and soccer. The venue to to see a game is the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
National Sport Museum: This is also at the Melbourne Cricket Ground and it sounds interesting.