Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes Video Book Group
Lynn Family Stadium Louisville Louisville 2020 15,304 Home of Louisville City FC soccer (USL Championship league) and Louisvilleā€™s new National Women's Soccer League
Bowling Green Ballpark Louisville Bowling Green 2009 4,500 Home of the Bowling Green Hot Rods (Tampa Bay Rays A affiliate)
Lynn Family Stadium Louisville Louisville 2014 15,304 Home of the Louisville City FC (USL Championship League)
Kentucky Speedway Covington Sparta 2000 107,000 NASCAR Series, Indy Racing League, ARCA races
Cardinal Stadium Louisville Louisville 1998 56,000 Home of Louisville Cardinals football (Big East)
Broadbent Arena Louisville Louisville 1956 6,600 At Kentucky Exposition Center
Florence Speedway Covington Walton 1950 5,000 Host of the North/South 100, Ralph Latham Memorial, and Spring 50
BB&T Arena Covington Highland Heights 2008 10,500 Home of Northern Kentucky Norse basketball (A-Sun)
Freedom Hall Louisville Louisville 1956 19,169 Hosts annual Kentucky State Fair World Championship Horse Show & North American International Livestock Exposition
KFC Yum! Center Louisville Louisville 2010 22,600 Home of University of Louisville Cardinals basketball & volleyball (Big East)
Appalachian Wireless Arena Lexington Pikeville 2004 7,000 Home of UPike Bears basketball (NAIA)
Memorial Coliseum Lexington Lexington 1950 9,000 Home of Kentucky Wildcats women's basketball, gymnastics & volleyball (SEC)
E.A. Diddle Arena Louisville Bowling Green 1963 7,326 Home of Western Kentucky Hilltoppers basketball & volleyball (SBC)
Jayne Stadium Lexington Morehead 1964 10,000 Home of Morehead State Eagles football (PFL)
Kroger Field Lexington Lexington 1973 62,093 Home of Kentucky Wildcats football (SEC)
Houchens Industries-L.T. Smith Stadium Louisville Bowling Green 1968 22,113 Home of Western Kentucky Hilltoppers football (SBC); Hosts the KHSAA Commonwealth Gridiron Bowl
Churchill Downs Louisville Louisville 1875 165,000 Home of the Kentucky Derby, the Kentucky Oaks and Thoroughbred horse racing
Central Bank Center Lexington Lexington 1976 23,000 Part of Lexington Center; Home of Kentucky Wildcats basketball (SEC) in Rupp Arena
CFSB Center Owensboro Murray 1998 8,500 Home of Murray State Racers Men's and Women's basketball (OVC)
Whitaker Bank Ballpark Lexington Lexington 2001 6,994 Home of the Lexington Legends (Kansas City Royals A affiliate)
Elizabethtown Sports Park Louisville Elizabethtown 2012 5,000 Host events & tournaments for baseball, softball, soccer, football, lacrosse, field hockey & other sports
Louisville Slugger Field Louisville Louisville 2000 13,131 Home of the Louisville Bats (Cincinnati Reds AAA affiliate)
Owensboro Sportscenter Owensboro Owensboro 1949 7,100 Home of Kentucky Wesleyan Panthers basketball & volleyball (NCAA)
Roy Stewart Stadium Owensboro Murray 1973 16,800 Home of Murray State Racers football (OVC)
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