Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
Boardwalk Hall Atlantic City Atlantic City 1929 13,800 Multi-purpose venue hosting concerts, conventions, sporting events & more; A National Historic Landmark
Arm & Hammer Park Trenton Trenton 1994 6,341 Home of the Trenton Thunder (New York Yankees AA affiliate)
High Point Solutions Stadium Newark Piscataway 1994 52,454 Known as the Birthplace of College Football; Home of Rutgers Scarlet Knights football (Big Ten) and men's & women's lacrosse
Princeton Stadium Newark Princeton 1998 27,773 Home of Princeton Tigers football (Ivy)
MetLife Stadium Newark East Rutherford 2010 82,500 Home of the New York Giants and New York Jets (NFL)
Red Bull Arena Newark Harrison 2010 26,189 Home of the New York Red Bulls (MLS)
Prudential Center Newark Newark 2007 19,000 Home of the New Jersey Devils (NHL) & New York Liberty (WNBA)
Cure Insurance Arena Trenton Trenton 2000 10,500 Home of the Trenton Titans (ECHL)
Jadwin Gymnasium Newark Princeton 1969 6,854 Home of Princeton University Tigers basketball (Ivy)
Rutgers Athletic Center Newark Piscataway 1977 8,000 Home of Rutgers University Scarlet Knights basketball (Big East)
Sprague Field Newark Montclair 1935 5,700 Home of Montclair State Red Hawks football, field hockey & lacrosse (NCAA)
TD Bank Ballpark Newark Bridgewater 1999 6,100 Baseball stadium
New Jersey Motorsports Park Atlantic City Millville 2008 5,000 ARCA, Grand-Am
Old Bridge Township Raceway Park Newark Englishtown 1965 85,000 NHRA
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