The Shea Stadium, or the William A. Shea Municipal Stadium, which was the venue’s full name, was a large-multipurpose stadium located in New York City. The Shea Stadium could be found in Queens in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park. When the stadium was around, it was the home of Major League Baseball team the New York Mets; who used the stadium as their ball park from 1964 to 2008. Although the Mets had a home in the stadium, the Shea was originally constructed for multiple purposes and even had a device that would expand and rotate the playing field in the stadium. The versatility of the stadium also allowed it to be home to the New York Jets professional football team until 1983. For one year in 1975, four teams; the Jets, Mets, Giants and Yankees all shared the field.
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