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Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums
Baltimore | Washington D.C.

Baltimore Sports Venues
Baltimore | Washington D.C. | Index
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CITY CAPACITY NOTES
 
1962
Baltimore
14,000
Built on the site of "Old Congress Hall," where the Continental Congress met in 1776
 
1937
Baltimore
10,001
Home of Morgan State Bears football (MEAC)
 
1998
Baltimore
70,107
Home of the Baltimore Ravens (NFL); Hosts Face-Off Classic and Day of Rivals lacrosse events (NCAA)
 
1959
Annapolis
34,000
Home of Navy Midshipmen football (NCAA) & lacrosse (Patriot), Chesapeake Bayhawks (MLL)
 
1992
Baltimore
48,876
Home of the Baltimore Orioles (MLB)
 
1994
Bowie
10,000
Home of the Bowie Baysox (Baltimore Orioles AA affiliate); Multi-purpose sports venue
 
1997
Ocean City
5,000
Multi-purpose venue hosting concerts, sporting events & exhibitions
 
1991
Annapolis
6,500
Home of Naval Academy Midshipmen basketball, volleyball & wrestling (Patriot)
 
1969
Salisbury
6,747
Hosts banquets, concerts, trade shows, sporting events; Also known as Normandy Arena
Washington D.C. Sports Venues
Baltimore | Washington D.C. | Index
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1950
College Park
54,000
Home of Maryland Terrapins football & lacrosse (ACC)
 
2002
College Park
17,950
Home of Maryland Terrapins basketball (ACC)
 
1997
Landover
82,000
Home of the Washington Redskins (NFL)
 
1993
Upper Marlboro
5,892
Hosts sporting events, concerts, boxing & pro wrestling events, consumer shows, trade shows, religious services, graduations & other events
 
1976
Towson
5,250
Home of Towson University Tigers basketball, gymnastics & volleyball (CAA)


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