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Sports Economics



Index to Current Urban Documents
Source of annual reports, progress reports, proposals, etc. "Stadiums" is on the topic list.

Inside the Ownership of Pro Sports Teams 
Chicago, Ill.: Team Marketing Report, 1995-2009
Call Number: (1998-2001 also in paper in RECAP GV583.I57; no longer issued in paper)
Focusing on men's professional baseball, basketball, football, hockey and soccer, this resource begins with essays on various financial topics related to professional sports and is followed by team profiles containing information on team finances, attendance records, media overview, personnel, facilities reports, pre-season training sites, and ownership structures. Covers 1995-2001, 2004, 2005 (baseball only), 2008, 2009. Includes Major League Facilities which has sports leases including major league agreements. Includes over 110 complete sports leases on including 76 major league agreements and 35 minor league agreements, more than 40 stadium revenue agreements, and more than 25 Major League Baseball spring training facilities agreements.

Revenues from Sports Venues
Nashville, TN: Mediaventures.
Call Number: (DR) GV716 .R483 2008
 Samples of leases, naming rights, concessions, luxury suites, seat licenses, management, team benefits, the current MLB current bargaining agreement, and feasibility reports.

Sports Leases on CD-Rom: Stadium Revenue Agreements
Location: Microform Services (FilmB)
Call Number: Computer File 318
Contains more than 40 actual stadium contracts.

Ballparks by Munsey & Suppes