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Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums
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Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
1st Mariner Arena Baltimore 1962 14,000 Built on the site of "Old Congress Hall," where the Continental Congress met in 1776  
Camden Yards Baltimore 1992 45,971 Home of the Baltimore Orioles (MLB)  
 
Hughes Stadium Baltimore 1937 10,001 Home of Morgan State Bears football (MEAC)  
M&T Bank Stadium Baltimore 1998 70,008 Home of the Baltimore Ravens (NFL); Hosts Face-Off Classic and Day of Rivals lacrosse events (NCAA)  
Navy - Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Annapolis 1959 34,000 Home of Navy Midshipmen football (NCAA) & lacrosse, Chesapeake Bayhawks (MLL)  
Prince George's Stadium Bowie 1994 10,000 Home of the Bowie Baysox (Baltimore Orioles AA affiliate); Multi-purpose sports venue  
Roland E. Powell Convention Center Ocean City 1997 5,000 Multi-purpose venue hosting concerts, sporting events & exhibitions  
The Ripken Experience Aberdeen 2002 6,000 The complex consists of 10 fields featuring replicas of some MLB ballparks  
United States Naval Academy Alumni Hall Annapolis 1991 6,500 Home of Naval Academy Midshipmen basketball, volleyball & wrestling (Patriot)  
Wicomico Youth & Civic Center Salisbury 1969 6,747 Hosts banquets, concerts, trade shows, sporting events; Also known as Normandy Arena  
Byrd Stadium College Park 1950 54,000 Home of Maryland Terrapins football & lacrosse (Big Ten)  
Comcast Center College Park 2002 17,950 Home of Maryland Terrapins basketball (Big Ten)  
FedEx Field Landover 1997 79,000 Home of the Washington Redskins (NFL)  
The Show Place Arena Upper Marlboro 1993 5,892 Hosts sporting events, concerts, boxing & pro wrestling events, consumer shows, trade shows, religious services, graduations & other events  
Towson Center Towson 1976 5,250 Home of Towson University Tigers basketball, gymnastics & volleyball (CAA)