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Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums
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Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
Atlanta Motor Speedway Hampton 1960 125,000 Sprint Cup, NASCAR Nationwide Series, NCWTS  
Bobby Dodd Stadium Atlanta 1913 55,000 Home of Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football (ACC)  
Coolray Field Lawrenceville 2009 10,427 Home of the Gwinnett Braves (Atlanta Braves AAA affiliate)  
Forbes Arena Atlanta 1996 6,000 Home of Morehouse College Maroon Tigers basketball (NCAA)  
Georgia Dome Atlanta 1992 71,228 Home of Georgia State Panthers football (CAA & SBC)  
Hank McCamish Pavilion Atlanta 1956 9,191 Home of Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets basketball (ACC)  
Infinite Energy Center Duluth 2003 13,000 Consists of The Arena, Convention Center, Hudgens Center & Performing Arts Center; Home of the Georgia Force (AFL) & Gwinnett Gladiators (ECHL)  
Kennesaw State University Soccer Stadium Kennesaw 2010 8,300 Home of Kennesaw State Owls lacrosse & soccer (A-Sun)  
LakePoint Sports Complex Emerson 2013 6,000 170,000 sq.ft. indoor sports facility; multiple baseball, soccer and football fields  
Mercedes-Benz Stadium Atlanta 2017 80,000 Home of the Atlanta Falcons (NFL), Atlanta United FC (MLS), Chick-fil-A Bowl (NCAA), 2018 College Football Payoff Championship game, Super Bowl LIII, 2020 Final Four Men's Basketball Championship  
Peachtree City CVB Peachtree City 1959 When it comes to sports, Peachtree City is in a league of its own! If you re planning a tournament, or just an active participant or fan, Peachtree City has the winning combination of facilities and resources for you.
Philips Arena Atlanta 1999 21,000 Home of the Atlanta Hawks (NBA)  
Sandy Springs Hospitality & Tourism Sandy Springs 1821 Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area + Nantahala Outdoor for tubing, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding & rafting + Center Ice Arena for ice skating & hockey camps
SunTrust Park Atlanta 2017 41,500 Home of the Atlanta Braves (MLB)  
Augusta Entertainment Complex Augusta 1973 8,658 Includes the James Brown Arena, William B. Bell Auditorium, theater & exhibit floor  
Columbus Civic Center Columbus 1996 10,000 Part of South Commons which includes a softball complex, football & baseball stadium & skateboard park  
Forsyth CVB Forsyth 1823 6 city parks, 2 state parks, golf, fishing, hiking, family farm activities, shooting school
Macon Centreplex Macon 1968 9,252 Includes the Macon Coliseum, Edgar H. Wilson Convention Centre and City Auditorium  
 
Reaves Arena Perry 1990 8,250 Hosts the Georgia National Fair, Georgia National Junior Livestock Show & Georgia National Rodeo  
Sanford Stadium Athens 1929 92,746 Home of Georgia Bulldogs football (SEC); Hosted 1996 Olympics football & soccer  
Stegeman Coliseum Athens 1964 10,523 Home of Georgia Bulldogs basketball & gymnastics (SEC)  
Alpine Helen-White County CVB Helen 1857 Hiking + Bicycling + Horseback Riding + Tubing, Kayaking, Canoeing on Chattahoochee River + Fishing + Zipline + Hot Air Balloon + Golf
Road Atlanta Motor Sports Center Braselton 1970 125,000 Host to Petit Le Mans, Superbike Showdown; Home of Skip Barber Racing School, Saab Aero Academy  
Statesboro CVB Statesboro 1866 Home of the Georgia Southern Eagles
Albany Civic Center & Municipal Auditorium Albany 1983 10,711 Part of the Albany Civic Center Complex along with Veterans Park Amphitheater  
Albany Municipal Coliseum Albany 2004 10,000 Home of Albany State Golden Rams football (NCAA)  
 
Bazemore-Hyder Stadium Valdosta 1924 11,249 Home of Valdosta State Blazers (NCAA) & Valdosta High School football  
The Complex Valdosta 1983 5,350 Home of Valdosta State Blazers basketball & volleyball (NCAA)