Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

Click the links below for sports facilities near that city:

Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
Fenway Park Boston Boston 1912 37,731 Home of the Boston Red Sox (MLB)
Gillette Stadium Boston Foxborough 2002 65,878 Home of the New England Patriots (NFL), New England Revolution (MLS) & UMass Minutemen football (Division I FBS)
Nickerson Field Boston Boston 1915 10,412 Home of Boston University Terriers lacrosse & soccer (AEC)
DCU Center Boston Worcester 1982 14,800 Home of the Worcester Sharks (AHL)
Agganis Arena Boston Boston 2005 7,200 Home of Boston University Terriers basketball & hockey (AEC, HEA, Patriot); Hosts annual CRASH-B World Indoor Rowing Championship
Conte Forum Boston Chestnut Hill 1988 8,606 Home of Boston College Eagles basketball & hockey (ACC, HEA)
Matthews Arena Boston Boston 1910 6,300 Home of Northeastern University Huskies basketball & hockey (CAA, HEA)
Tsongas Center Boston Lowell 1998 7,800 Home of UMass Lowell River Hawks (HEA)
TD Garden Boston Boston 1995 19,580 Home of the Boston Bruins (NHL) & Boston Celtics (NBA)
The Big E Coliseum Springfield West Springfield 1916 5,900 Part of The Eastern States Exposition; Hosts Shriner circuses, equestrian shows & other events
Parsons Field Boston Brookline 1933 7,000 Home of Northeastern University Huskies baseball & soccer (CAA)
Seekonk Speedway Providence Seekonk 1946 5,000 Semi-banked 1/3 mile paved oval
Warren McGuirk Alumni Stadium Springfield Amherst 1965 17,000 Home of UMass Minutewomen lacrosse (A-10)
MassMutual Center Springfield Springfield 1972 8,177 Home of the Springfield Thunderbirds (AHL) & AIC Men's Hockey
Alumni Stadium Boston Chestnut Hill 1957 44,500 Home of Boston College Eagles football (ACC)
Harvard Stadium Boston Allston 1903 30,323 Home of the Boston Cannons (MLL) & Harvard Crimson football (Ivy)
Mullins Center Springfield Amherst 1993 9,493 Home of UMass Amherst Minutemen basketball & hockey (A-10, HEA, MAC)
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