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)
New Era Field Buffalo Orchard Park 1973 73,079 Home of the Buffalo Bills (NFL) & NYSPHSAA Section 6 high school football championships
Coca-Cola Field Buffalo Buffalo 1988 18,025 Home of the Buffalo Bisons (Toronto Blue Jays AAA affiliate)
Lebanon Valley Dragway Albany East Nassau 1937 5,000 NHRA
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.
Times Union Center Albany Albany 1990 17,500 Home of the Albany Devils (AHL) & Siena College Saints basketball (MAAC)
Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena Binghamton Binghamton 1973 6,800 Home of the Binghamton Senators (AHL)
KeyBank Center Buffalo Buffalo 1996 18,595 Home of the Buffalo Sabres (NHL)
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)
University at Buffalo Alumni Arena Buffalo Amherst 1978 6,100 Home of University at Buffalo Bulls basketball, volleyball & wrestling (MAC)
Olympic Center and 1932 & 1980 Lake Placid Winter Olympic Museum Burlington Lake Placid 1980 7,700 Winter sports complex; Hosted the 1980 Winter Olympics
Binghamton University Events Center Binghamton Vestal 2004 7,753 Home of Binghamton University Bearcats basketball (AEC)
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)
Bob Ford Field at Tom & Mary Casey Stadium Albany Albany 2013 24,000 Home of Albany Great Danes football & soccer (AEC)
Bethel Motor Speedway Binghamton Bethel 1960 5,000 Hosts the Sportsman, BMS Modified, Pro Stock, Street Stock and 4 Cylinder Novice & Advanced divisions
Chemung Speedrome Binghamton Chemung 1951 5,000 NASCAR Weekly Racing Series, NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour, ISMA Supermodifieds, Race of Champions Modified Tour
Cool Insuring Arena Albany Glens Falls 1979 7,800 Home of the Adirondack Phantoms (AHL)
NYSEG Stadium Binghamton Binghamton 1992 6,012 Home of the Binghamton Mets (New York Mets AA affiliate)
Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum New York Uniondale 1972 18,000 Home of the New York Islanders (NHL)
Carrier Dome Syracuse Syracuse 1980 49,262 Home of Syracuse Orange football (Big East), and Basketball, Lacrosse teams; Hosts New York high school football championships
Oncenter War Memorial Arena Syracuse Syracuse 1951 8,000 Home of the Syracuse Crunch (AHL), Syracuse Silver Knights (professional indoor soccer)
Marina Auto Stadium Rochester Rochester 2006 13,768 Home of the Rochester Rhinos (MLL)
Oswego Speedway Syracuse Oswego 1951 10,000 Labor Day Weekend home of 200-lap, non-wing, big-block supermodified Budweiser Classic & Race of Champions
USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center New York Flushing 1978 23,200 USTA, 33 DecoTurf courts, U.S. Open
Andy Kerr Stadium Syracuse Hamilton 1966 10,221 Home of Colgate University Raiders basketball & lacrosse (Patriot)
Riverhead Raceway New York Riverhead 1951 5,000 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour
Spencer Speedway Rochester Williamson 1955 5,000 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour
Michie Stadium New York West Point 1924 40,000 Home of Army Black Knights football (NCAA)
Wyoming County International Speedway (The Bullring) Rochester Perry 1959 30,000 Race of Champions Modified Tour, SST Racing Series
Frontier Field Rochester Rochester 1997 10,868 Home of the Rochester Red Wings (Minnesota Twins AAA affiliate)
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)
NBT Bank Stadium Syracuse Syracuse 1997 11,117 Home of the Syracuse Chiefs (Washington Nationals AAA affiliate)
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)
Blue Cross Arena at the War Memorial Rochester Rochester 1990 13,000 Home of the Rochester Americans (AHL)
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