Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

Click the links below for sports facilities near that city:

Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes Video Book Group
McGuirk Alumni Stadium Springfield Amherst 1965 17,000 Home of UMass Minutemen football (A-10)
MassMutual Center Springfield Springfield 1972 8,177 Home of the Springfield Thunderbirds (AHL) & AIC Men's Hockey
Harvard Stadium Boston Allston 1903 30,323 Home of Harvard Crimson football (Ivy)
Agganis Arena Boston Boston 2005 7,200 Home of Boston University Terriers basketball & hockey (AEC, HEA, Patriot); Hosts annual CRASH-B World Indoor Rowing Championship
Tsongas Center Boston Lowell 1998 7,800 Home of UMass Lowell River Hawks (HEA)
Matthews Arena Boston Boston 1910 6,300 Home of Northeastern University Huskies basketball & hockey (CAA, HEA)
Gillette Stadium Boston Foxborough 2002 65,878 Home of the New England Patriots (NFL) & New England Revolution (MLS)
Nickerson Field Boston Boston 1915 10,412 Home of Boston University Terriers lacrosse & soccer (AEC)
TD Garden Boston Boston 1995 19,580 Home of the Boston Bruins (NHL) & Boston Celtics (NBA)
Conte Forum Boston Chestnut Hill 1988 8,606 Home of Boston College Eagles basketball & hockey (ACC, HEA)
DCU Center Boston Worcester 1982 14,800 Home of the Worcester Railers (ECHL) & Massachusetts Pirates football (IHL)
The Big E Coliseum Springfield West Springfield 1916 5,900 Part of The Eastern States Exposition; Hosts Shriner circuses, equestrian shows & other events
Parsons Field / Friedman Diamond Boston Brookline 1933 7,000 Home of Northeastern University Huskies baseball & soccer (CAA)
Seekonk Speedway Southeast Seekonk 1946 5,000 Semi-banked 1/3 mile paved oval; NASCAR Whelen Modified
Mullins Center Springfield Amherst 1993 9,493 Home of UMass Amherst Minutemen basketball & hockey (A-10, HEA, MAC)
Alumni Stadium Boston Chestnut Hill 1957 44,500 Home of Boston College Eagles football (ACC)
Fenway Park Boston Boston 1912 37,731 Home of the Boston Red Sox (MLB)