Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
Daytona International Speedway Daytona Beach 1959 167,785 Daytona 500, NASCAR XFINITY Series, ARCA  
First Data Field Port St. Lucie 1988 7,160 Spring training home of the New York Mets (MLB), Home of the St. Lucie Mets (New York Mets Class A team), Gulf Coast Mets Rookie League team  
Historic Dodgertown Vero Beach 1948 6,500 80 acre complex configured for a variety of team sports; college & high school tournament & training facilities  
J. Ollie Edmunds Center DeLand 1974 5,000 Home of Stetson Hatters basketball (ASUN)  
Municipal Stadium Daytona Beach 1988 10,000 Home of Bethune-Cookman Wildcats football (MEAC); Mainland High School and Seabreeze High School football teams  
New Smyrna Speedway Samsula 1964 8,000 Hosts annual World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing and the Florida Governor's Cup 200  
Ocean Center Daytona Beach 1985 9,440 42,000 square foot arena  
Space Coast Stadium Viera 1994 8,100 Spring training home of the Washington Nationals (MLB), Home of the Brevard County Manatees (MiLB - Milwaukee Brewers A-Advanced affiliate)  
4-17 Southern Speedway Punta Gorda 1990 5,000 Host to Super Late Models, late models, sprint cars, sportsmen, open wheeled modified, Fastruck, Fastkids, & other races  
Charlotte Sports Park Port Charlotte 1987 7,000 Spring training home of the Tampa Bay Rays (MLB), Home of the Charlotte Stone Crabs (Tampa Bay Rays A-Advanced affiliate)  
Ed Smith Stadium Sarasota 1989 7,500 Spring training home of the Baltimore Orioles (MLB)  
Germain Arena Estero 1998 8,500 Home of the Florida Everblades (ECHL)  
Hammond Stadium Fort Myers 1991 9,300 Spring training home of the Minnesota Twins (MLB), Home of the Fort Myers Miracle (MiLB - Minnesota Twins A-Advanced affiliate)  
LECOM Park Bradenton 1923 8,500 Spring training home of the Pittsburgh Pirates (MLB), Home of the Bradenton Marauders (Pittsburgh Pirates Class A-Advanced affiliate)  
Lee Civic Center Fort Myers 1978 7,800 Multi-purpose event center and home to the Southwest Florida and Lee County Fair  
Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville Jacksonville 2003 11,000 Home of the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp (Miami Marlins AA affiliate - MiLB)  
EverBank Field Jacksonville 1995 67,264 Home of the Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL), the TaxSlayer Bowl (NCAA), & the annual Florida/Georgia football game. Capacity can expand to 82,000.  
Hodges Stadium Jacksonville 2004 9,400 Home of North Florida Ospreys soccer, track & field (A-Sun)  
Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena Jacksonville 2003 15,000 Home of the Jacksonville Sharks (AFL), Icemen (ECHL), Jacksonville Giants (ABA)  
American Airlines Arena Miami 1999 20,000 Home of the Miami Heat (NBA)  
BB&T Center Sunrise 1998 20,763 Home of the Florida Panthers (NHL)  
Central Broward Park & Broward County Stadium Lauderhill 2007 20,000 Multi-purpose facility used for cricket, soccer, tennis, basketball  
Crandon Tennis Center Key Biscayne 1994 13,800 Orange Bowl, 14 USTA-sanctioned Junior Tournaments, 2 USTA adult tournaments; 26 courts  
Delray Beach Tennis Center Delray Beach 1992 8,200 14 clay courts & 6 hard courts; host of Delray Beach Open and other tournaments  
Edwards Hall Miami 1952 5,038 35,581 square foot exhibition hall  
FAU Stadium Boca Raton 2011 29,495 Home of Florida Atlantic Owls football (SBC)  
Hard Rock Stadium Miami Gardens 1987 65,326 Home of the Miami Dolphins (NFL), Miami Hurricanes football (ACC) & the Capital One Orange Bowl (NCAA); Miami Open (ATP/WTA); Host to the most Super Bowls - 11 including LIV  
Homestead Miami Speedway Homestead 1995 65,000 Sprint Cup, NASCAR Nationwide Series, NCWTS  
Marlins Park Miami 2012 37,000 Home of the Miami Marlins (MLB)  
Miami Beach Convention Center Miami Beach 1957 9,500 1,000,000 square feet in the heart of South Beach  
Palm Beach International Raceway Jupiter 1965 6,000 IHRA  
Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium Jupiter 1998 6,871 Spring training home of the Miami Marlins & St. Louis Cardinals (MLB), Home of the Jupiter Hammerheads (Miami Marlins A-Advanced affiliate) & Palm Beach Cardinals (St. Louis Cardinals A-Advanced affiliate), Gulf Coast Marlins Rookie-level Gulf Coast League, Gulf Coast Cardinals Rookie-level Gulf Coast League  
South Florida Expo Center West Palm Beach 1957 6,000 Centrally located in Palm Beach County  
Tropical Park Miami 1979 7,000 Full-service equestrian facility, football field, miles of paved pathways  
Watsco Center Coral Gables 2003 8,000 Home of University of Miami Hurricanes basketball (ACC); Hosts concerts, trade shows, sporting events  
Amway Center Orlando 2010 20,000 Home of the Orlando Magic (NBA) & Orlando Solar Bears (ECHL)  
Camping World Stadium Orlando 1936 70,188 Hosts the Capital One Bowl (NCAA), Champs Sports Bowl (NCAA), & the Florida Classic game (MEAC)  
CFE Arena Orlando 2007 10,000 Home of University of Central Florida Knights basketball (AAC)  
Champion Stadium Kissimmee 1997 9,500 Spring training home of the Atlanta Braves (MLB), youth tournaments  
ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex Orlando 1997 10,000 Home of Atlanta Braves Spring Training; Facilities for 60 different kinds of sports  
Osceola County Stadium Kissimmee 1984 5,300 Home of the Florida Fire Dogs (MiLB - Atlanta Braves Class A-Advanced affiliate); the complex consists of 6 full-sized baseball fields  
Publix Field at Joker Marchant Stadium Lakeland 1966 8,500 Spring training home of the Detroit Tigers (MLB), Home of the Lakeland Flying Tigers (Detroit Tigers A-Advanced affiliate)  
RP Funding Center Lakeland 1974 10,000 A sports, convention & entertainment complex; Home of Florida Tropics (MASL), Lakeland Magic (NBA G League), Florida Tarpons (AAL)  
Sebring International Raceway Sebring 1950 5,000 ALMS  
Silver Spurs Arena Kissimmee 2003 11,400 Multi-purpose arena  
Spectrum Stadium Orlando 2007 45,301 Home of Central Florida Knights football (American Athletic Conference)  
Blue Wahoos Stadium Pensacola 2012 5,038 Home of the Pensacola Blue Wahoos (Cincinnati Reds AA affiliate - MiLB); mixed use stadium for baseball, soccer, football, events  
Pensacola Bay Center Pensacola 1985 10,000 10,000-seat arena with over 20,000 square feet of exhibition space  
Ben Hill Griffin Stadium Gainesville 1930 88,548 Home of Florida Gators football (SEC)  
Bobby Bowden Field at Doak S. Campbell Stadium Tallahassee 1950 79,560 Home of Florida State Seminoles football (ACC)  
Bragg Memorial Stadium Tallahassee 1957 25,500 Home of Florida A&M Rattlers football (MEAC)  
Donald L. Tucker Civic Center Tallahassee 1981 12,500 Home of Florida State Seminoles basketball (ACC)  
Gainesville Raceway Gainesville 1969 32,000 NHRA  
Stephen C. O'Connell Center Gainesville 1980 10,500 Home of Florida Gators basketball, gymnastics, swimming & volleyball (SEC)  
Al Lang Stadium St. Petersburg 1947 7,227 Home of Tampa Bay Rowdies (USL)  
Amalie Arena Tampa 1996 20,500 Home of Tampa Bay Lightining (NHL)  
Expo Hall Tampa 1976 11,700 Home of the Florida State Fair  
Florida Auto Exchange Stadium Dunedin 1990 5,509 Spring training home of the Toronto Blue Jays (MLB), Home of the Dunedin Blue Jays (MiLB)  
George M. Steinbrenner Field Tampa 1996 11,000 Spring training home of the New York Yankees (MLB), Home of the Tampa Tarpons (New York Yankees Class A affiliate)  
Raymond James Stadium Tampa 1998 65,890 Home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL), USF Bulls football (American Athletic Conference), Outback Bowl (NCAA), Monster Jam, Super Bowl XXXV, XLIII, LV  
Spectrum Field Clearwater 2004 8,800 Spring training home of the Philadelphia Phillies (MLB), Home of the Clearwater Threshers (Philadelphia Phillies A-Advanced affiliate)  
Tropicana Field St. Petersburg 1990 31,000 Home of the Tampa Bay Rays (MLB)  
USF Sun Dome Tampa 1980 10,411 Home of South Florida Bulls basketball & volleyball (American Athletic Conference)