Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
Barclays Center New York Brooklyn 2012 20,000 Home of the Brooklyn Nets (NBA)
Citi Field New York Queens 2009 41,800 Home of the New York Mets (MLB)
Icahn Stadium New York New York 2005 5,000 1 of only 5 International Association of Athletic Federations Class 1 certified tracks in the U.S.
Island Garden New York West Hempstead 1998 5,000 Home of the Astoria Bank Super League with 305 teams for boys & girls ranging from 3rd-12th grade
Carnesecca Arena New York Queens 1961 5,602 Home of St. John's University Red Storm basketball & volleyball (Big East)
Christl Arena New York West Point 1985 5,043 Home of U.S. Military Academy's Army Black Knights basketball (Patriot)
Jack Coffey Field New York Bronx 1930 7,000 Home of Fordham University Rams football (Patriot)
James M. Shuart Stadium New York Hempstead 1962 15,000 aka Hofstra Stadium; Home of Hofstra Pride lacrosse (CAA)
Leonidoff Field New York Poughkeepsie 1968 5,000 Home of Marist College Red Foxes football (PFL)
Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum New York Uniondale 1972 18,000 Home of the New York Islanders (NHL)
USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center New York Flushing 1978 23,200 USTA, 33 DecoTurf courts, U.S. Open
Riverhead Raceway New York Riverhead 1951 5,000 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour
Michie Stadium New York West Point 1924 40,000 Home of Army Black Knights football (NCAA)
Madison Square Garden New York New York 1968 20,000 Home of the New York Knicks (NBA) & New York Rangers (NHL)
Yankee Stadium New York Bronx 2009 50,287 Home of the New York Yankees (MLB), New York City Football Club (MLS)
Richmond County Bank (RCB) Ballpark New York Staten Island 2001 7,171 Home of the Staten Island Yankees (New York Yankees Short-Season A affiliate); Wagner College Seahawks baseball (NEC)
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