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Daytona Beach & Central East Sports Venues
Daytona Beach & Central East | Fort Myers & Southwest | Jacksonville & Northeast | Miami & Southeast
Orlando & Central | Pensacola & Northwest | Tallahassee & North Central | Tampa & Central West | Index
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1959
Daytona Beach
167,785
Sprint Cup, Natiowide, NCWTS, ARCA
 
1988
Port St. Lucie
7,347
Spring training home of the New York Mets (MLB), Home of the St. Lucie Mets (New York Mets A-Advanced affiliate)
 
1974
DeLand
5,000
Home of Stetson Hatters basketball (A-Sun)
 
1951
Vero Beach
6,500
College & high school training facilities
 
1988
Daytona Beach
10,000
Home of Bethune-Cookman Wildcats football (MEAC); Mainland High School football
 
1964
Samsula
8,000
Hosts annual World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing and the Florida Governor's Cup 200
 
1985
Daytona Beach
9,440
42,000 square foot arena
 
1994
Viera
8,100
Spring training home of the Washington Nationals (MLB), Home of the Brevard County Manatees (Milwaukee Brewers A-Advanced affiliate)
Fort Myers & Southwest Sports Venues
Daytona Beach & Central East | Fort Myers & Southwest | Jacksonville & Northeast | Miami & Southeast
Orlando & Central | Pensacola & Northwest | Tallahassee & North Central | Tampa & Central West | Index
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1987
Port Charlotte
7,000
Spring training home of the Tampa Bay Rays (MLB), Home of the Charlotte Stone Crabs (Tampa Bay Rays A-Advanced affiliate)
 
1989
Sarasota
7,500
Spring training home of the Baltimore Orioles (MLB)
 
1998
Estero
8,500
Home of the Florida Everblades (ECHL)
 
1991
Fort Myers
7,500
Spring training home of the Minnesota Twins (MLB), Home of the Fort Myers Miracle (Minnesota Twins A-Advanced affiliate)
 
1978
Fort Myers
7,800
Largest indoor/outdoor event complex between Tampa & Miami
 
1923
Bradenton
8,500
Spring training home of the Pittsburgh Pirates (MLB), Home of the Bradenton Marauders (Pittsburgh Pirates A-Advanced affiliate)
 
1993
Fort Myers
8,000
Baseball & concert venue
Jacksonville & Northeast Sports Venues
Daytona Beach & Central East | Fort Myers & Southwest | Jacksonville & Northeast | Miami & Southeast
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2003
Jacksonville
11,000
Home of the Jacksonville Suns (Miami Marlins AA affiliate)
 
1998
Jacksonville
5,000
Home of Jacksonville University Dolphins football (PFL)
 
1995
Jacksonville
76,867
Home of the Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL), the Gator Bowl (NCAA), & the annual Florida/Georgia football game - formerly known as The World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party
 
2004
Jacksonville
9,400
Home of North Florida Ospreys soccer, cross country, and track & field (A-Sun)
 
2003
Jacksonville
16,301
Home of the Jacksonville Sharks (AFL), Jacksonville Giants (ABA) & Jacksonville University Dolphins basketball (A-Sun)
Miami & Southeast Sports Venues
Daytona Beach & Central East | Fort Myers & Southwest | Jacksonville & Northeast | Miami & Southeast
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1999
Miami
20,000
Home of the Miami Heat (NBA)
 
2003
Coral Gables
8,000
Home of University of Miami Hurricanes basketball (ACC); Hosts concerts, trade shows, sporting events
 
1998
Sunrise
22,457
Home of the Florida Panthers (NHL)
 
2007
Lauderhill
20,000
Home of the Fort Lauderdale Fighting Squids (USAFL), South Florida Elite Futbol Club (USYS), Fort Lauderdale Schulz Academy (USL PDL)
 
1992
Delray Beach
8,200
14 clay courts & 7 hard courts; has hosted Fed Cup & Davis Cup matches
 
1952
Miami
5,038
35,581 square foot exhibition hall
 
1986
Miami
5,000
Home of FIU Golden Panthers basketball & volleyball (C-USA)
 
2011
Boca Raton
30,000
Home of Florida Atlantic Owls football (SBC)
 
1987
Miami Gardens
65,326
Home of the Miami Dolphins (NFL), Miami Hurricanes (ACC), & the Capital One Orange Bowl (NCAA), Super Bowl LIV
 
1995
Homestead
65,000
Sprint Cup, NASCAR Nationwide Series, NCWTS
 
1959
Fort Lauderdale
20,450
Home of the Fort Lauderdale Strikers second tier soccer team
 
2012
Miami
37,000
Home of the Miami Marlins (MLB)
 
1957
Miami Beach
9,500
1,000,000 square feet in the heart of South Beach
 
1965
Jupiter
6,000
IHRA
 
1998
Jupiter
6,871
Spring training home of the Miami Marlins & St. Louis Cardinals (MLB), Home of the Jupiter Hammerheads (Miami Marlins A-Advanced affiliate) & Palm Beach Cardinals (St. Louis Cardinals A-Advanced affiliate)
 
2002
West Palm Beach
5,000
Centrally located in Palm Beach County
 
1991
Key Biscayne
13,300
Miami Masters, ATP, Sony Ericsson Open, Orange Bowl
 
1979
Miami
7,000
Multi-purpose athletic field - football, rugby, soccer, etc
Orlando & Central Sports Venues
Daytona Beach & Central East | Fort Myers & Southwest | Jacksonville & Northeast | Miami & Southeast
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1989
Orlando
17,740
Home of the Orlando Magic (NBA), Orlando Predators (AFL) & Orlando Solar Bears (ECHL)
 
2007
Orlando
45,301
Home of Central Florida Knights football (Big East)
 
1936
Orlando
70,188
Hosts the Capital One Bowl (NCAA), Champs Sports Bowl (NCAA), & the Florida Classic game (MEAC)
 
1997
Lake Buena Vista
9,500
Spring training home of the Atlanta Braves (MLB)
 
1997
Lake Buena Vista
10,000
Facilities for every kind of sport
 
1966
Lakeland
8,500
Spring training home of the Detroit Tigers (MLB), Home of the Lakeland Flying Tigers (Detroit Tigers A-Advanced affiliate)
 
1974
Lakeland
10,000
Central Florida's sports, convention & entertainment complex
 
1984
Kissimmee
5,300
Spring training home of the Houston Astros (MLB)
 
2003
Kissimmee
8,300
Multi-purpose arena
 
2007
Orlando
10,072
Home of University of Central Florida Knights basketball (Big East)
Pensacola & Northwest Sports Venues
Daytona Beach & Central East | Fort Myers & Southwest | Jacksonville & Northeast | Miami & Southeast
Orlando & Central | Pensacola & Northwest | Tallahassee & North Central | Tampa & Central West | Index
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2012
Pensacola
5,038
Home of the Pensacola Blue Wahoos (Cincinnati Reds AA affiliate)
 
1985
Pensacola
10,000
Over 20,000 square feet of exhibition space
Tallahassee & North Central Sports Venues
Daytona Beach & Central East | Fort Myers & Southwest | Jacksonville & Northeast | Miami & Southeast
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1930
Gainesville
88,548
Home of Florida Gators football (SEC)
 
1950
Tallahassee
82,300
Home of Florida State Seminoles football (ACC)
 
1957
Tallahassee
25,500
Home of Florida A&M Rattlers football (MEAC)
 
1981
Tallahassee
13,800
Home of Florida State Seminoles basketball (ACC)
 
1969
Gainesville
32,000
NHRA
 
1980
Gainesville
12,000
Home of Florida Gators basketball, gymnastics & volleyball (SEC)
Tampa & Central West Sports Venues
Daytona Beach & Central East | Fort Myers & Southwest | Jacksonville & Northeast | Miami & Southeast
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1947
St. Petersburg
7,227
Home of Tampa Bay Rowdies (NASL)
 
1996
Tampa
21,500
Home of the Tampa Bay Lightning (NHL) & Tampa Bay Storm (AFL)
 
2004
Clearwater
8,500
Spring training home of the Philadelphia Phillies (MLB), Home of the Clearwater Threshers (Philadelphia Phillies A-Advanced affiliate), Home of the Big East Baseball Tournament
 
1976
Tampa
11,700
Home of the Florida State Fair
 
1990
Dunedin
5,510
Spring training home of the Toronto Blue Jays (MLB), Home of the Dunedin Blue Jays (Toronto Blue Jays A-Advanced affiliate; Formerly Dunedin Stadium
 
1996
Tampa
11,000
Spring training home of the New York Yankees (MLB), Home of the Tampa Yankees (New York Yankees A-Advanced affiliate)
 
1998
Tampa
65,647
Home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL), South Florida Bulls football (Big East), and the Outback Bowl (NCAA)
 
1990
St. Petersburg
36,973
Home of the Tampa Bay Rays (MLB)
 
1980
Tampa
10,411
Home of South Florida Bulls basketball & volleyball (Big East)


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