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Albany Sports Venues
Albany | Binghamton | Buffalo | Burlington | New York | Rochester | Syracuse | Index
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1979
Glens Falls
7,800
Home of the Adirondack Phantoms (AHL)
 
1990
Albany
17,500
Home of the Albany Devils (AHL) & Siena College Saints basketball (MAAC)
 
1970
Albany
10,000
Home of Albany Great Danes track & field (AEC)
Binghamton Sports Venues
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2004
Vestal
7,753
Home of Binghamton University Bearcats basketball (AEC)
 
1973
Binghamton
6,800
Home of the Binghamton Senators (AHL)
 
2000
Elmira
5,000
Home of the Elmira Jackals (ECHL)
 
1992
Binghamton
6,012
Home of the Binghamton Mets (New York Mets AA affiliate)
 
1953
Watkins Glen
41,000
Sprint Cup, NASCAR Nationwide Series, Grand-Am
Buffalo Sports Venues
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1988
Buffalo
18,025
Home of the Buffalo Bisons (Toronto Blue Jays AAA affiliate)
 
1996
Buffalo
18,595
Home of the Buffalo Sabres (NHL)
 
1973
Orchard Park
73,967
Home of the Buffalo Bills (NFL) & NYSPHSAA Section 6 high school football championships
 
1978
Amherst
6,100
Home of University at Buffalo Bulls basketball, volleyball & wrestling (MAC)
Burlington Sports Venues
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1980
Lake Placid
7,700
Winter sports complex; Hosted the 1980 Winter Olympics
New York Sports Venues
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1961
Queens
5,602
Home of St. John's University Red Storm basketball & volleyball (Big East)
 
1985
West Point
5,043
Home of U.S. Military Academy's Army Black Knights basketball (Patriot)
 
2009
New York
41,800
Home of the New York Mets (MLB)
 
2005
New York
5,000
1 of only 5 International Association of Athletic Federations Class 1 certified tracks in the U.S.
 
1998
West Hempstead
5,000
Home of the Astoria Bank Super League with 305 teams for boys & girls ranging from 3rd-12th grade
 
1930
Bronx
7,000
Home of Fordham University Rams football (Patriot)
 
1962
Hempstead
15,000
aka Hofstra Stadium; Home of Hofstra Pride lacrosse (CAA)
 
1968
Poughkeepsie
5,000
Home of Marist College Red Foxes football (PFL)
 
1968
New York City
20,000
Home of the New York Knicks (NBA) & New York Rangers (NHL)
 
1924
West Point
40,000
Home of Army Black Knights football (NCAA)
 
1972
Uniondale
18,000
Home of the New York Islanders (NHL)
 
2012
New York City
20,000
Home of the Brooklyn Nets (NBA)
 
1978
Flushing
23,200
USTA, 33 DecoTurf courts, U.S. Open
 
2009
Bronx
54,251
Home of the New York Yankees (MLB)
Newark Sports Venues
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2001
Staten Island
7,171
Home of the Staten Island Yankees (New York Yankees Short-Season A affiliate); Wagner College Seahawks baseball (NEC)
Rochester Sports Venues
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1996
Rochester
10,868
Home of the Rochester Red Wings (Minnesota Twins AAA affiliate)
 
2006
Rochester
13,768
Home of the Rochester Rattlers (MLL)
 
1959
Perry
30,000
Race of Champions Modified Tour, SST Racing Series
Syracuse Sports Venues
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1966
Hamilton
10,221
Home of Colgate University Raiders basketball & lacrosse (Patriot)
 
1980
Syracuse
49,262
Home of Syracuse Orange football (Big East); Hosts New York high school football championships
 
1997
Syracuse
11,117
Home of the Syracuse Chiefs (Washington Nationals AAA affiliate)
 
1951
Syracuse
8,000
Home of the Syracuse Crunch (AHL)
 
1951
Oswego
10,000
Labor Day Weekend home of 200-lap, non-wing, big-block supermodified Budweiser Classic & Race of Champions
 
1951
Syracuse
8,000
Home of the Syracuse Crunch (AHL)


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