Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes Video Book Group
Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course Columbus Lexington 1962 75,000 IndyCar Series, ALMS, Grand-Am, AMA
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)
National Trail Raceway Columbus Hebron 1964 120,000 Super Pro Motorcycle, NHRA
Ohio University Convocation Center Columbus Athens 1968 13,080 Home of Ohio University Bobcats basketball, volleyball & wrestling (MAC)
Ohio Expo Center & State Fair Columbus Columbus 1886 7,000 Hosts the OHSAA district and regional boys' basketball playoffs
Nationwide Arena Columbus Columbus 2000 18,500 Home of the Columbus Blue Jackets (NHL)
Schottenstein Center / Value City Arena Columbus Columbus 1998 21,000 Home of Ohio State Buckeyes basketball & hockey (Big Ten, CCHA)
St. John Arena Columbus Columbus 1960 5,400 Home of Ohio State Buckeyes gymnastics & volleyball (Big Ten)
Sharon Speedway Columbus Hartford 1929 5,000 Whelen Econo Mod division, RUSH Late Models
Huntington Park Columbus Columbus 2009 10,100 Home of the Columbus Clippers (Cleveland Guardians AAA affiliate)
Historic Crew Stadium Columbus Columbus 1999 20,455 Home of the Columbus Crew SC (MLS)
Greater Columbus Convention Center Columbus Columbus 1993 16,000 Includes the Batelle Grand (ballroom)
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