scoreboard

[skawr-bawrd, skohr-bohrd]
noun
a large, usually rectangular board in a ballpark, sports arena, or the like, that shows the score of a contest and often other relevant facts and figures, as the count of balls and strikes on a baseball batter.

Origin:
1820–30; score + board

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scoreboard (ˈskɔːˌbɔːd)
 
n
sport a board for displaying the score of a game or match

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Example sentences
But all anyone talked about was the scoreboard, the seating, the positioning of the cheerleaders.
There is also a hockey rink with scoreboard, and bleachers on site.
The scoreboard is still manual, and there are no plans to change that soon.
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