Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Fifth Third Arena Cincinnatti Cincinnati 1989 13,176 Home of Cincinnati Bearcats basketball (Big East)
National Trail Raceway Columbus Hebron 1964 120,000 Super Pro Motorcycle, NHRA
Paul Brown Stadium Cincinnatti Cincinnati 2000 65,515 Home of the Cincinnati Bengals (NFL)
Nippert Stadium Cincinnatti Cincinnati 1924 35,000 Home of Cincinnati Bearcats football (American Athletic Conference)
Dix Stadium Akron & Canton Kent 1969 30,520 Home of Kent State Golden Flashes football (MAC)
InfoCision Stadium - Summa Field Akron & Canton Akron 2009 30,000 Home of University of Akron Zips football (MAC)
Stambaugh Stadium Akron & Canton Youngstown 1982 20,630 Home of Youngstown State Penguins football & soccer (Horizon)
Lindner Family Tennis Center Cincinnatti Mason 1979 11,435 Home of the Western & Southern Open
Canton Memorial Civic Center Akron & Canton Canton 1951 5,942 Home of the Canton Charge (NBA D-League)
Cintas Center at Xavier University Cincinnatti Cincinnati 2000 17,556 Home of Xavier University Musketeers basketball & volleyball (A-10)
Heritage Bank Center Cincinnatti Cincinnati 1975 12,823 Home of the Cincinnati Cyclones (ECHL)
James A. Rhodes Arena Akron & Canton Akron 1983 6,000 Home of University of Akron Zips basketball & volleyball (MAC)
Covelli Centre Akron & Canton Youngstown 2005 10,000 Home of the Youngstown Phantoms (USHL)
Millett Hall Cincinnatti Oxford 1968 9,200 Home of Miami RedHawks basketball & volleyball (MAC)
Canal Park Akron & Canton Akron 1997 7,630 Home of the Akron RubberDucks (Cleveland Indians AA affiliate)
Nationwide Arena Columbus Columbus 2000 18,500 Home of the Columbus Blue Jackets (NHL)
Cleveland Public Auditorium & Conference Center Cleveland Cleveland 1922 11,500 10,000-seat auditorium, 3,000-seat Cleveland Music Hall, 600-seat Little Theater, 15 meeting rooms; Connected to FirstMerit Convention Center
Huntington Park Columbus Columbus 2009 10,100 Home of the Columbus Clippers (Cleveland Indians AAA affiliate)
FirstEnergy Stadium Cleveland Cleveland 1999 67,895 Home of the Cleveland Browns (NFL)
Ohio University Convocation Center Columbus Athens 1968 13,080 Home of Ohio University Bobcats basketball, volleyball & wrestling (MAC)
Eldora Speedway Dayton New Weston 1954 17,782 Hosts Prelude to the Dream, Dirt Late Model Dream, Kings Royal, World 100; Owned by Tony Stewart
Mapfre Stadium Columbus Columbus 1999 20,455 Home of the Columbus Crew SC (MLS)
Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse Cleveland Cleveland 1994 21,200 Home of the Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA) & Cleveland Monsters (AHL)
Ohio Expo Center & State Fair Columbus Columbus 1886 7,000 Hosts the OHSAA district and regional boys' basketball playoffs
Schottenstein Center / Value City Arena Columbus Columbus 1998 21,000 Home of Ohio State Buckeyes basketball & hockey (Big Ten, CCHA)
UD Arena Dayton Dayton 1989 13,176 Home of University of Dayton Flyers basketball (A-10)
Huntington Center Toledo Toledo 2009 8,000 Home of the Toledo Walleye (ECHL) Ice Hockey Team
John F. Savage Arena Toledo Toledo 1976 7,300 Home of University of Toledo Rockets basketball & volleyball (MAC)
Slater Family Ice Arena Toledo Bowling Green 1967 5,000 Home of Bowling Green State Falcons hockey (CCHA)
Sharon Speedway Columbus Hartford 1929 5,000 Whelen Econo Mod division, RUSH Late Models
Frericks Center Dayton Dayton 1950 5,000 Home of University of Dayton Flyers volleyball (A-10)
Wolstein Center Cleveland Cleveland 1991 13,610 Home of Cleveland State Vikings basketball (Horizon)
St. John Arena Columbus Columbus 1960 5,400 Home of Ohio State Buckeyes gymnastics & volleyball (Big Ten)
Nelson Ledges Road Course Cleveland Garretsville 1961 5,000 Paved automobile & motorcycle racing circuit
Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course Columbus Lexington 1962 75,000 IndyCar Series, ALMS, Grand-Am, AMA
Greater Columbus Convention Center Columbus Columbus 1993 16,000 Includes the Batelle Grand (ballroom)
Progressive Field Cleveland Cleveland 1994 35,225 Home of the Cleveland Indians (MLB); Part of the Gateway Sports & Entertainment Complex
Sports Ohio Columbus Dublin 1993 5,000 100-acre sports park home to Soccer First (indoor & outdoor Soccer); Field Sports (indoor & outdoor Football, Baseball, Lacrosse, Field Hockey, Volleyball, Sand Volleyball); The Golf Center (year-round driving range, 9-hole Par 3 course, and FootGolf) and PowerPlay (Go Karts, Mini Golf, Batting Cages)
Ohio Stadium Columbus Columbus 1922 102,780 Home of Ohio State Buckeyes football & lacrosse (Big Ten)
Memorial Athletic & Convocation Center Akron & Canton Kent 1950 6,327 Home of Kent State University Golden Flashes basketball, gymnastics, volleyball & wrestling (MAC)
Fifth Third Field Toledo Toledo 2002 8,943 Home of the Toledo Mud Hens (Detroit Tigers AAA affiliate)
Welcome Stadium Dayton Dayton 1949 11,000 Home of University of Dayton Flyers football (PFL); Home to all Dayton public high school football
Wright State University Nutter Center Dayton Dayton 1990 8,000 Home of Wright State University Raiders basketball (Horizon)
Great American Ball Park Cincinnatti Cincinnati 2003 42,271 Home of the Cincinnati Reds (MLB)
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