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Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums
Charlottesville | Newport News & Williamsburg | Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Outer Banks
Piedmont Triad-Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem | Richmond
Roanoke, Lynchburg, Shenandoah Valley | Tri-Cities - Bristol, Johnson City, Kingsport | Washington D.C.

Charlottesville Sports Venues
Charlottesville | Newport News & Williamsburg | Norfolk, Virginia Beach & Outer Banks
Piedmont Triad - Greensboro, High Point & Winston-Salem | Richmond
Roanoke, Lynchburg & Shenandoah Valley | Tri-Cities - Bristol, Johnson City & Kingsport | Washington D.C. | Index
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CITY CAPACITY NOTES
 
1975
Harrisonburg
24,878
Home of James Madison Dukes football (NCAA)
 
2006
Charlottesville
14,593
Home of Virginia Cavaliers basketball (ACC)
 
1948
Charlottesville
7,906
Home of Virginia Cavaliers lacrosse & soccer (ACC)
 
1931
Charlottesville
61,500
Home of Virginia Cavaliers football (ACC)
 
1965
Charlottesville
8,457
Former home of Virginia Cavaliers basketball (ACC)
Newport News & Williamsburg Sports Venues
Charlottesville | Newport News & Williamsburg | Norfolk, Virginia Beach & Outer Banks
Piedmont Triad - Greensboro, High Point & Winston-Salem | Richmond
Roanoke, Lynchburg & Shenandoah Valley | Tri-Cities - Bristol, Johnson City & Kingsport | Washington D.C. | Index
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1928
Hampton
17,000
Home of Hampton University Pirates football (MEAC)
Norfolk, Virginia Beach & Outer Banks Sports Venues
Charlottesville | Newport News & Williamsburg | Norfolk, Virginia Beach & Outer Banks
Piedmont Triad - Greensboro, High Point & Winston-Salem | Richmond
Roanoke, Lynchburg & Shenandoah Valley | Tri-Cities - Bristol, Johnson City & Kingsport | Washington D.C. | Index
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1936
Norfolk
19,818
Home of Old Dominion University Monarchs football (C-USA)
 
Hampton
13,800
 
1993
Norfolk
12,067
Home of the Norfolk Tides (Baltimore Orioles AAA affiliate)
 
1971
Norfolk
13,800
Home of the Norfolk Admirals (AHL)
 
2002
Norfolk
9,520
Home of Old Dominion University Monarchs basketball (C-USA)
 
1999
Virginia Beach
10,780
Soccer stadium
Piedmont Triad - Greensboro, High Point & Winston-Salem Sports Venues
Charlottesville | Newport News & Williamsburg | Norfolk, Virginia Beach & Outer Banks
Piedmont Triad - Greensboro, High Point & Winston-Salem | Richmond
Roanoke, Lynchburg & Shenandoah Valley | Tri-Cities - Bristol, Johnson City & Kingsport | Washington D.C. | Index
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1947
Martinsville
65,000
Sprint Cup, NASCAR Nationwide Series, NCWTS
 
1957
South Boston
10,000
NASCAR Camping World East Series, Whelen All-American Series late model and USAR Hooter's Pro Cup events
Richmond Sports Venues
Charlottesville | Newport News & Williamsburg | Norfolk, Virginia Beach & Outer Banks
Piedmont Triad - Greensboro, High Point & Winston-Salem | Richmond
Roanoke, Lynchburg & Shenandoah Valley | Tri-Cities - Bristol, Johnson City & Kingsport | Washington D.C. | Index
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1982
Richmond
6,000
Multi-purpose arena
 
1929
Richmond
22,000
Football & soccer stadium
 
2010
Richmond
8,700
Home of Richmond Spiders football, lacrosse, soccer, track & field (A-10)
 
1971
Richmond
13,410
Hosts the Colonial Athletic Association men's collegiate basketball tournament (NCAA)
 
1945
Richmond
97,912
Sprint Cup, NASCAR Nationwide Series
 
1999
Richmond
8,000
Home of VCU Rams basketball (A-10); Includes the Verizon Wireless Arena
 
1985
Richmond
12,134
Home of the Richmond Flying Squirrels (San Francisco Giants AA affiliate), Home of VCU Rams baseball (A-10)
 
1994
Petersburg
23,000
NHRA
Roanoke, Lynchburg & Shenandoah Valley Sports Venues
Charlottesville | Newport News & Williamsburg | Norfolk, Virginia Beach & Outer Banks
Piedmont Triad - Greensboro, High Point & Winston-Salem | Richmond
Roanoke, Lynchburg & Shenandoah Valley | Tri-Cities - Bristol, Johnson City & Kingsport | Washington D.C. | Index
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1962
Lexington
10,000
Home of Virginia Military Institute (VMI) football (Big South)
 
1971
Roanoke
11,000
Home of Virginia Tech Hokies ice hockey (ACCHL)
 
1962
Blacksburg
9,847
Home of Virginia Tech Hokies basketball (ACC)
 
1965
Blacksburg
66,233
Home of Virginia Tech Hokies football (ACC)
 
1967
Salem
6,820
Multi-purpose arena; Part of the James E. Taliaferro Sports & Entertainment Complex; Hosts the NCAA Division III men's college basketball championship
Washington D.C. Sports Venues
Charlottesville | Newport News & Williamsburg | Norfolk, Virginia Beach & Outer Banks
Piedmont Triad - Greensboro, High Point & Winston-Salem | Richmond
Roanoke, Lynchburg & Shenandoah Valley | Tri-Cities - Bristol, Johnson City & Kingsport | Washington D.C. | Index
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1984
Woodbridge
6,000
Home of the Potomac Nationals (Washington Nationals A-Advanced affiliate)
 
1985
Fairfax
10,000
Home of George Mason University Patriots basketball (CAA)


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