The Pittsburgh Pirates are much cleaner than their namesake, landing in the 26TH spot of our rankings. Erected in 2001, the Pirates’ PNC Park uses up-to-date technology to keep their restrooms as touch-less and clean as realistically possible. With 99% of females washing their hands, and 76% of males, PNC Park comes in with above-average fan restroom hygiene.
The rest of the stadium performs above-average as well, with clean facilities and relatively hygienic vendors and concessions. Though they do employ the entrance turnstile, the cleanliness of the rest of the stadium more than compensates, giving PNC Park a final score of 85% and placing it as 26TH on our list.