Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

Click the links below for sports facilities near that city:

Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
Van Andel Arena Grand Rapids Grand Rapids 1996 13,184 Home of the Grand Rapids Griffins (AHL)
Gingerman Raceway Battle Creek & Kalamazoo South Haven 1996 5,000 1.88-mile road course for racing sports cars & motorcycles; Specifically designed for driver safety, especially amateur drivers
Kellogg Arena Battle Creek & Kalamazoo Battle Creek 1980 8,500 Home of the Battle Creek Knights (IBA)
Spartan Stadium Lansing East Lansing 1923 75,025 Home of Michigan State Spartans football (Big Ten)
Rynearson Stadium Detroit Ypsilanti 1969 30,200 Home of Eastern Michigan Eagles football (MAC)
Eastern Michigan University Convocation Center Detroit Ypsilanti 1998 8,824 Home of Eastern Michigan Eagles basketball & volleyball (MAC)
Comerica Park Detroit Detroit 2000 41,574 Home of the Detroit Tigers (MLB)
Breslin Student Events Center Lansing East Lansing 1989 15,138 Home of Michigan State Spartans basketball (Big Ten)
Dort Federal Credit Union Event Center Flint Flint 1969 6,469 Sports, entertainment & convention venue
Wings Event Center Battle Creek & Kalamazoo Kalamazoo 1974 8,023 Home of the Kalamazoo Wings (ECHL)
L.C. Walker Arena Grand Rapids Muskegon 1960 6,396 Host to concerts, trade shows, conventions, ice hockey & other sports & events
McMorran Place Detroit Port Huron 1960 6,500 Includes a multi-purpose arena, a pavilion & a theater
Dow Event Center Saginaw Saginaw 1972 7,647 Consists of The Atrium, The Garden Room, Heritage Theater, Unity Hall & Wendler Arena
Munn Ice Arena Lansing East Lansing 1974 6,470 Home of Michigan State Spartans hockey (CCHA)
Little Caesars Arena Detroit Detroit 2017 22,000 Home of the Detroit Red Wings (NHL) and the Detroit Pistons(NBA)
Crisler Center Detroit Ann Arbor 1967 12,721 Home of Michigan Wolverines basketball & gymnastics (Big Ten)
Read Fieldhouse / University Arena Battle Creek & Kalamazoo Kalamazoo 1957 5,421 Home of Western Michigan Broncos basketball, gymnastics & volleyball (MAC); Located in Read Fieldhouse
Yost Ice Arena Detroit Ann Arbor 1923 6,637 Home of Michigan Wolverines hockey (CCHA)
Flat Rock Speedway Detroit Flat Rock 1953 5,000 ARCA
Berlin Raceway & Entertainment Complex Grand Rapids Marne 1950 8,800 ARCA
Grattan Raceway Grand Rapids Belding 1960 5,000 Indy Cars, Trans AM, Motor Cycle, SCCA
Waterford Hills Road Racing Flint Clarkston 1958 5,000 1.5-mile road race course with 12 turns and numerous elevation changes
Michigan International Speedway Detroit Brooklyn 1968 85,000 "The Great Escape," Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, NASCAR XFINITY Series, ARCA, concerts & special events
Ford Field Detroit Detroit 2002 65,000 Home of the Detroit Lions (NFL); Super Bowl XL; Hosts the Quick Lane Bowl, MAC Championship Game & Michigan high school football championship games
Waldo Stadium Battle Creek & Kalamazoo Kalamazoo 1939 30,200 Home of Western Michigan Broncos football (MAC)
Michigan Stadium Detroit Ann Arbor 1927 107,601 Home of Michigan Wolverines football (Big Ten), men's & women's lacrosse (Big Ten)
Kelly/Shorts Stadium Saginaw Mount Pleasant 1972 45,000 Home of Central Michigan Chippewas football (MAC)
McGuirk Arena Saginaw Mount Pleasant 2010 5,300 Home of Central Michigan Chippewas basketball, gymnastics, volleyball & wrestling (MAC); Part of the CMU Events Center
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