Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
Harbor Park Hampton Roads & Eastern Shore VA; Outer Banks NC Norfolk 1993 12,067 Home of the Norfolk Tides (Baltimore Orioles AAA affiliate)
Scope Arena Hampton Roads & Eastern Shore VA; Outer Banks NC Norfolk 1971 13,800 Home of the Norfolk Admirals (AHL)
Foreman Field at S. B. Ballard Stadium Hampton Roads & Eastern Shore VA; Outer Banks NC Norfolk 1936 19,818 Home of Old Dominion University Monarchs football (C-USA)
Ted Constant Convocation Center Hampton Roads & Eastern Shore VA; Outer Banks NC Norfolk 2002 9,520 Home of Old Dominion University Monarchs basketball (C-USA)
Lane Stadium / Worsham Field Roanoke, Highlands & Mountains Blacksburg 1965 66,233 Home of Virginia Tech Hokies football (ACC)
Richmond Raceway Richmond, Southern, Central & Shenandoah Valley Richmond 1945 97,912 Sprint Cup, NASCAR Nationwide Series
The Diamond Richmond, Southern, Central & Shenandoah Valley Richmond 1985 12,134 Home of the Richmond Flying Squirrels (San Francisco Giants AA affiliate), Home of VCU Rams baseball (A-10)
Cassell Coliseum Roanoke, Highlands & Mountains Blacksburg 1962 9,847 Home of Virginia Tech Hokies basketball (ACC)
Pfitzner Stadium Washington D.C., Northern VA & Eastern WV Woodbridge 1984 6,000 Home of the Potomac Nationals (Washington Nationals A-Advanced affiliate)
Scott Stadium Richmond, Southern, Central & Shenandoah Valley Charlottesville 1931 61,500 Home of Virginia Cavaliers football (ACC)
Virginia Beach Sportsplex Hampton Roads & Eastern Shore VA; Outer Banks NC Virginia Beach 1999 10,780 Soccer stadium
William "Dick" Price Stadium Hampton Roads & Eastern Shore VA; Outer Banks NC Norfolk 1997 30,000 Home of Norfolk State Spartans football (MEAC)
John Paul Jones Arena Richmond, Southern, Central & Shenandoah Valley Charlottesville 2006 14,593 Home of Virginia Cavaliers basketball (ACC)
City Stadium Richmond, Southern, Central & Shenandoah Valley Richmond 1929 22,000 Football & soccer stadium
Kl”ckner Stadium Richmond, Southern, Central & Shenandoah Valley Charlottesville 1948 7,906 Home of Virginia Cavaliers lacrosse & soccer (ACC)
Arthur Ashe Athletic Center Richmond, Southern, Central & Shenandoah Valley Richmond 1982 6,000 Multi-purpose arena
Stuart C. Siegel Center Richmond, Southern, Central & Shenandoah Valley Richmond 1999 8,000 Home of VCU Rams basketball (A-10); Includes the Verizon Wireless Arena
EagleBank Arena Washington D.C., Northern VA & Eastern WV Fairfax 1985 10,000 Home of George Mason University Patriots basketball (A-10)
University Hall Richmond, Southern, Central & Shenandoah Valley Charlottesville 1965 8,457 Former home of Virginia Cavaliers basketball (ACC)
Armstrong Stadium Williamsburg & Chesapeake Bay Hampton 1928 17,000 Home of Hampton University Pirates football (MEAC)
Alumni Memorial Field at Foster Stadium Roanoke, Highlands & Mountains Lexington 1962 10,000 Home of Virginia Military Institute (VMI) football (Big South)
Bridgeforth Stadium / Zane Showker Field Richmond, Southern, Central & Shenandoah Valley Harrisonburg 1975 24,878 Home of James Madison Dukes football (NCAA)
Robins Stadium Richmond, Southern, Central & Shenandoah Valley Richmond 2010 8,700 Home of Richmond Spiders football, lacrosse, soccer, track & field (A-10)
Virginia Motorsports Park Richmond, Southern, Central & Shenandoah Valley Petersburg 1994 23,000 NHRA
Salem Civic Center Roanoke, Highlands & Mountains Salem 1967 6,820 Multi-purpose arena; Part of the James E. Taliaferro Sports & Entertainment Complex; Hosts the NCAA Division III men's college basketball championship
Martinsville Speedway Richmond, Southern, Central & Shenandoah Valley Martinsville 1947 65,000 Sprint Cup, NASCAR Nationwide Series, NCWTS
Hampton Coliseum Hampton Roads & Eastern Shore VA; Outer Banks NC Hampton 1970 13,800
South Boston Speedway Richmond, Southern, Central & Shenandoah Valley South Boston 1957 10,000 NASCAR Camping World East Series, Whelen All-American Series late model and USAR Hooter's Pro Cup events
Richmond Coliseum Richmond, Southern, Central & Shenandoah Valley Richmond 1971 13,410 Hosts the Colonial Athletic Association men's collegiate basketball tournament (NCAA)
Virginia International Raceway Richmond, Southern, Central & Shenandoah Valley Alton 1957 5,000 Grand-Am, AMA
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