Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

Click the links below for sports facilities near that city:

Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
Ram Stadium Washington D.C., Northern VA & Eastern WV Shepherdstown 2000 5,000 Home of Shepherd Rams football & soccer (NCAA)
Milan Puskar Stadium Pittsburgh & Wheeling Morgantown 1980 60,540 Home of West Virginia Mountaineers (Big 12)
Joan C. Edwards Stadium Southern WV Huntington 1991 38,227 Home of Marshall University Thundering Herd football (Conference USA)
WesBanco Arena Pittsburgh & Wheeling Wheeling 1981 7,800 Home of the Wheeling Nailers (ECHL)
WVU Coliseum Pittsburgh & Wheeling Morgantown 1970 14,000 Home of West Virginia Mountaineers basketball, gymnastics & volleyball (Big 12)
Summit Point Motorsports Park Washington D.C., Northern VA & Eastern WV Summit Point 1973 5,000 Consists of 4 circuits - Summit Point Main, Jefferson, Shenandoah & Washington
Poor House Farm Park Washington D.C., Northern VA & Eastern WV Martinsburg 1881 5,000 137-acre park with youth football complex, soccer fields, sand volleyball court, disc golf course, pond and the Henry Equestrian Arena hosting equestrian events.
Charleston Convention Center & Coliseum Southern WV Charleston 1959 13,500 Includes the Civic Center Coliseum, the Little Theater & the Charleston Convention Center (Grand Hall)
Big Sandy Superstore Arena Southern WV Huntington 1976 9,000 Consists of an arena & conference center
Martinsburg-Berkeley County CVB Washington D.C., Northern VA & Eastern WV Martinsburg 1772 Geocaching + Tomahawk MX Track + Paintball + Fishing + Biking + Hiking PLAN
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