CLEVELAND — Cleveland has one of the lowest health code violation rates in the country for its professional sports stadiums, ESPN reports.
ESPN looked at all of the stadiums across the country to see which stadium had the worst food safety violations.
Quicken Loans Arena had the highest number violations in the city, but came in 15th in the country for the lowest amount of food safety violations for a professional stadium. They were the fifth best on the list for NBA stadiums.
First Energy Stadium came in 13th in the country for the fewest food safety violations for a professional stadium, but second in the city. They were the fourth best on the list for NFL stadiums.
The Cleveland stadium that had the fewest violations was Progressive Field, which came in ninth in the country and second for MLB.
The stadium that had the fewest violations was Oracle Arena in Oakland, CA, the stadium where the Golden State Warriors play.
The stadium that had the most violations was Spectrum Stadium, where the Charlotte Hornets play.