The Board Game Area, as it is called in the U.S., is where the NFL takes place.
But as of July 1, it will be replaced with the league’s new stadium in Arlington, Texas, and it is expected to open by September.
There are currently seven Board Game Areas scattered throughout the country, which is how the NFL was able to build them in the first place.
The teams can then move to one of the smaller ones to play at full capacity, which has led to some confusion and criticism.
Some people believe the Board Games are part of the new stadiums, while others argue they are just for the owners to use.
It’s up to each team to decide what they want to do, but most owners will probably want to make sure the stadiums are used for their events.
According to the BoardGameGuru.com, the Arlington Board Game Group is not responsible for the design of the facilities.
The new facility is expected open in October 2018.
Here’s how it works: The NFL has a “designer’s bureau” to design the facilities for the upcoming games.
Each team will have a staff that will have to develop a schedule, a video room and other elements of the venues, according to the board.
The video room will be designed to showcase the game’s history and give fans an inside look at what is expected of them.
The facility will also be the “point of entry for all NFL games,” according to NFL spokesman Adam Schefter.
The facilities are expected to feature: A “playfield” with the entire field, including the goalposts, the goal posts, and other locations.
A scoreboard, which will be visible to fans at home and at the games.
An indoor football practice facility.
An outdoor practice facility that is the same size as the indoor facilities.
“A practice facility will be set up for the players to work out on and have an opportunity to practice in the field of play,” Schefter said.
It is expected that the stadiums will have “a full-sized scoreboard, a full-size sideline and a full size dugout,” which will allow for spectators to see players working out on the field.
Other amenities include: An expanded practice area for the team, including a locker room, full-court, two-way, wide-open and two-level practice courts, which are used to practice against other teams and to practice and prepare for games.
The practice facilities will be available for use during the games and will be accessible from both the press box and the tunnel.
An expanded “field of vision” area, which the NFL has used to simulate playing in the NFL stadium.
There will be a bar, a VIP bar, and a VIP lounge, which can be used to host parties and events.
“The NFL plans to provide fans with a full range of entertainment options, including live events,” Schefters said.
“The NFL’s Board of Directors and the NFL Players Association will work closely together to ensure that fans can experience the full array of game-day experiences.”
The stadium will feature: A large video room with video screens and other video equipment.
Doorways to the field for fans to enter and exit.
Ticket booths with seats for each game and seats in each section for fans.
Stadium-style concessions and a bar area for food and beverage.
Food vendors and other entertainment options will be located at the Stadium, including food trucks, concession stands, and the bar.
All-access passes to the stadium will be offered.
Admission will be free to all fans.
Here are the current board games that have been installed in stadiums across the country: New Orleans Saints (NFL), Bountygate, Eagles, Raiders, Browns, Colts, Ravens, Packers, Steelers, Seahawks, Redskins, Saints, Falcons, Titans, Vikings, Browns, Colts, Panthers, Lions, Chiefs, Chargers, Eagles, Bills, Rams, Raiders, Panthers and Raiders.
Oakland Raiders (NBA), AEG NFL CenturyLink Field, New England Patriots, Broncos, Steelers, Packers and Broncos.
Miami Dolphins (NHL), New York Islanders (WNBA), Boston Bruins, San Jose Sharks, Pittsburgh Penguins and Penguins.
Minnesota Vikings (MLB), Dallas Cowboys (AFL), Detroit Lions (Pro Football Hall of Fame), Los Angeles Rams (NASCAR), Minnesota Wild (WCHA), Washington Redskins (Pac-12), Kansas City Chiefs (USFL).
Tennessee Titans (Titans), Houston Texans (Texans), Oaklanders (Eagles), Baltimore Ravens (Ravens), Tennessean