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Stadiums in New York

Updated Jul 26 2014 01:10 AM EST with 15 listings
Stadiums in New York

Major Stadiums (5 listings total)

   

Arthur Ashe Stadium

USTA National Tennis Center Flushing Meadows-Corona Park Named for tennis great Arthur Ashe, this stadium is part of the National Tennis Center & home to the U.S. Open every August. It is open to the public for the rest of the year. Seating capacity is 22,547 & the complex can be reached by taking the #7 train to Willets Ave-Shea Stadium. Seating Chart
Tel 718-760-6200
Website: usta.com

Continental Airlines Arena

The Continental Arena is the home of the New Jersey Devils ice hockey team & the New Jersey Nets basketball team. Its maximum capacity is 20,049. It also hosts college basketball, arena football, & concerts. It is part of the Meadowlands Sports Complex in East Rutherford, N.J. & can be reached via the N.J. Turnpike (exit 16W) or by bus from the Port Authority. Seating Chart.
East Rutherford, NJ, Tel 201-507-8900
Website: meadowlands.com

Giants Stadium

Home to the Giants, the Jets, & the New York/New Jersey Metrostars soccer team, this stadium seats 79,469. It also is the site of concerts & a variety of other events, including a mass said by Pope John Paul in 1995. It is part of the Meadowlands Sports Complex & can be reached via the New Jersey Turnpike (exit 16W) or by bus from the Port Authority. Stadium seating chart.
Tel 201-935-3900
Website: meadowlands.com

Meadowlands Sports Complex

The Sports Complex contains 3 separate sports facilities - Giants Stadium, Continental Arena, & the Meadowlands Racetrack. It is located in East Rutherford, New Jersey, & can be reached via the New Jersey Turnpike.
Concert Schedule** 201-935-3900
Information: 201-935-8500; Website: meadowlands.com

Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum

Frequently referred to simply as Nassau Coliseum, this is the largest sports/entertainment arena on Long Island. Home of the New York Islanders hockey & New York Saints lacrosse teams, other sporting events, concerts & expos. seating chart.
Tel 516-794-9303
Website: 516web.com

Regular Stadiums (10 listings total)

Baker Field

Home field for Columbia University football.
W. 218th St., Inwood NY

Downing Stadium

Home to the John Jay College baseball team. A good location for outdoor concerts. Occasionally, the Guinness Fleagh festival concert is held here.
Randall's Is. Pk., Tel 212-830-7715

Dutchess Stadium

This minor league stadium is home to the Hudson Valley Renegades, an affiliate of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays.
Route 90, Wappingers Falls, Tel 914-838-0094
Fax: 914-838-0014

Forest Hills Tennis Stadium

Former home of the U.S. Open, this stadium no longer sees much big-league tennis action but it is a nice venue for outdoor festivals. It is open to the public.
Tel 718-520-0666

Gaelic Park

Home for NY hurling teams and site of Irish sport events.

Hofstra Stadium

The Hofstra Stadium is currently being renovated to increase it's seating capacity to 15,000. It hosts the football, field hockey, men's & women's lacrosse teams.
Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY, Ticket office 516-463-6633
Website: hofstra.edu

KeySpan Park

Home of the New York Mets' Penn League affiliate Brooklyn Cyclones.
1904 Surf Ave., Coney Island NY

Louis Armstrong Stadium

A part of the U.S.T.A.'s National Tennis Center, this facility hosts some of the events of the U.S. Open, although not any of the major matches. It is open to the public the rest of the year.
Flushing NY 11368 Tel 718-760-6200

USTA National Tennis Center

Home of the US Tennis Championships A superb facility. Air conditioned and equipped for wheel-chair tennis. Seating Chart
Flushing Meadows, Corona Park, Tel 718-760-6200
Website: usopen.org

Wagner College Stadium

Home to the Wagner College football team & track & field events, this stadium has a capacity of 3,300.
631 Howard Avenue, Staten Is&, Tel 718-390-4495