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Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums
Allentown | Erie | Harrisburg | Philadelphia | Pittsburgh & Wheeling | Scranton & Wilkes-Barre

Allentown Sports Venues
Allentown | Erie | Harrisburg | Philadelphia | Pittsburgh & Wheeling | Scranton & Wilkes-Barre | Index
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2008
Allentown
8,100
Home of the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs (Philadelphia Phillies AAA affiliate)
 
1926
Easton
13,132
Home of Lafayette Leopards football (Patriot)
 
1979
Allentown
5,600
Home of Lehigh University Mountain Hawks basketball (Patriot)
 
2006
Kutztown
5,600
Home of Kutztown Golden Bears football & field hockey (NCAA)
Erie Sports Venues
Allentown | Erie | Harrisburg | Philadelphia | Pittsburgh & Wheeling | Scranton & Wilkes-Barre | Index
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1983
Erie
7,938
Home of the Erie BayHawks (NBA D-League)
 
1995
Erie
6,000
Home of the Erie SeaWolves (Detroit Tigers AA affiliate)
 
2002
Erie
8,000
NASCAR Whelen All-American Series, Late Models, Modifieds, Street Stocks, Compacts, Legends & Bandoleros
Harrisburg Sports Venues
Allentown | Erie | Harrisburg | Philadelphia | Pittsburgh & Wheeling | Scranton & Wilkes-Barre | Index
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2002
Hershey
12,500
Home of the Hershey Bears (AHL)
 
1936
Hershey
8,000
Home of Lebanon Valley College and Shippensburg University hockey (ACHA)
 
1987
Harrisburg
6,187
Home of the Harrisburg Senators (Washington Nationals AA affiliate)
 
1939
Harrisburg
7,600
Includes an exhibition hall, 5 smaller halls, an arena, equine arena & exposition hall
 
1939
Mechanicsburg
10,000
World of Outlaws
 
2003
York
5,500
Consists of Memorial Hall, arena/exhibition center, Heritage Hall, banquet center, Old Main & horticultural hall
Philadelphia Sports Venues
Allentown | Erie | Harrisburg | Philadelphia | Pittsburgh & Wheeling | Scranton & Wilkes-Barre | Index
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2004
Philadelphia
43,647
Home of the Philadelphia Phillies (MLB)
 
1951
Reading
9,000
Home of the Reading Phillies (Philadelphia Phillies AA affiliate)
 
1895
Philadelphia
52,593
Home of Pennsylvania (Penn) Quakers football (Ivy)
 
1997
Philadelphia
10,206
Home of Temple University Owls basketball & volleyball (A-10)
 
2003
Philadelphia
68,532
Home of the Philadelphia Eagles (NFL), & Temple Owls football (Big East)
 
1962
Mohnton
20,000
NHRA
 
1936
Philadelphia
7,500
Home of La Salle Explorers soccer (A-10)
 
1927
Philadelphia
8,722
Home of Pennsylvania Quakers basketball, volleyball & wrestling (Ivy); The "Cathedral of College Basketball"
 
2010
Chester
18,500
Home of the Philadelphia Union (MLS); Hosted the 2012 MLS All-Star Game
 
2001
Reading
7,200
Home of the Reading Royals (ECHL)
 
1986
Villanova
6,500
Home of Villanova University Wildcats basketball (Big East)
 
1996
Philadelphia
21,600
Home of the Philadelphia Flyers (NHL), Philadelphia 76ers (NBA), Philadelphia Soul (AFL) & Villanova Wildcats basketball (Big East)
Pittsburgh & Wheeling Sports Venues
Allentown | Erie | Harrisburg | Philadelphia | Pittsburgh & Wheeling | Scranton & Wilkes-Barre | Index
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1960
University Park
107,282
Home of Penn State Nittany Lions football (Big Ten)
 
1996
University Park
15,261
Home of Penn State Nittany Lions basketball (Big Ten)
 
1950
Johnstown
6,000
Multi-purpose arena
 
2010
Pittsburgh
19,578
Home of the Pittsburgh Penguins (NHL) & Pittsburgh Power (AFL)
 
2001
Pittsburgh
65,050
Home of the Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) & Pittsburgh (Pitt) Panthers football (ACC)
 
1972
University Park
5,000
Home of Penn State Nittany Lions soccer (Big Ten)
 
1988
Pittsburgh
5,358
Home of Duquesne University Dukes basketball, volleyball & wrestling (A-10)
 
1999
Altoona
7,210
Home of the Altoona Curve (Pittsburgh Pirates AA affiliate)
 
2002
Pittsburgh
14,763
Home of Pittsburgh (Pitt) Panthers basketball (ACC)
 
2001
Pittsburgh
38,496
Home of the Pittsburgh Pirates (MLB)
 
1929
University Park
6,846
Home of Penn State Nitany Lions gymnastics, volleyball & wrestiling (Big Ten)
 
1965
Belle Vernon
5,000
Multi-purpose arena, hosts local sporting events, mainly hockey
Scranton & Wilkes-Barre Sports Venues
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1924
Lewisburg
13,100
Home of Bucknell University Bison football (Patriot) and Lewisburg High School Green Dragons football
 
1959
South Williamsport
40,000
Home of the Little League World Series
 
1999
Wilkes-Barre Township
10,000
Home of the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins (AHL)
 
1989
Moosic
10,982
Home of the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees (New York Yankees AAA affiliate)
 
1968
Pocono
76,812
Sprint Cup, ARCA, NCWTS


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