If you’re reading this, chances are you have thought about making some sort of bucket list in your life. In grade school we were told we could be anything we wanted to be and do whatever we put our minds to. Well, as most kids were dreaming of creating pools full of pudding and thinking of a pen pal in a faraway land, I was thinking more along the lines of sports. Yes, seeing the Detroit Lions in a Super Bowl is at the top of my list still, but I have come to add a few more things as I've gotten older.
See, the problem with sports today is that some of the greatest experiences a fan can have probably cost quite a bit of money. It’s no secret that at this year’s Super Bowl the average ticket price was over $2,000; but what if money wasn’t an issue? There have been probably millions of people who've made up bucket lists of things to do before they die, but how many of those items are sports related? Buying a house and getting married sound great, but how about attending a NASCAR race with 100,000 other screaming fans or playing a round of golf at St. Andrews?
If money weren’t an issue, I could make an endless list of things you should do in the sports world before you die. You only live once and you can’t take money with you when you go, so why not enjoy life while you can? Here are the top 10 sporting events you should experience at least once in your life.
10 Visiting the Little League World Series
9 Sitting On Top of the “Green Monster” at Fenway Park
8 Running With the Bulls in Pamplona, Spain
7 Attending An Outdoor Hockey Game
6 Seeing a European Futbol Match Live
5 Watching the Army vs. Navy Football Game in Philadelphia, PA
4 Playing A Round af Golf at Pebble Beach
3 Runing a Marathon
2 Attending a Game Seven
1 Seeing Your Team at the Super Bowl
As an NFL fan, nothing will compare to seeing your team play in the Super Bowl. For two weeks, there is non-stop coverage of every aspect of the game from around the world. But when it comes down to it, seeing your team suit up would be an incredible feeling. Probably one of the more expensive items on this list, the money should be worth the experience if you are a true fan. Thousands of people flood the stadium and streets during every Super Bowl so there is plenty to do. No matter where you are sitting, just knowing that there are millions of people from around the world watching the game is enough to give you goosebumps.
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