Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes Video Book Group
North Park Sports Complex Pittsburgh Wildwood 2019 Youth & adult sports leagues & events; parties & conventions
PNC Park Pittsburgh Pittsburgh 2001 38,362 Home of the Pittsburgh Pirates (MLB)
Stabler Arena Allentown Allentown 1979 5,600 Home of Lehigh University Mountain Hawks basketball (Patriot)
Coca-Cola Park Allentown Allentown 2008 8,100 Home of the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs (Philadelphia Phillies AAA affiliate)
Fisher Stadium Allentown Easton 1926 13,132 Home of Lafayette Leopards football (Patriot)
Citizens Bank Park Philadelphia Philadelphia 2004 43,647 Home of the Philadelphia Phillies (MLB)
Peoples Natural Gas Field Pittsburgh Altoona 1999 7,210 Home of the Altoona Curve (Pittsburgh Pirates AA affiliate)
UPMC Park Erie Erie 1995 6,000 Home of the Erie SeaWolves (Detroit Tigers AA affiliate)
FNB Field Harrisburg Harrisburg 1987 6,187 Home of the Harrisburg Senators (Washington Nationals AA affiliate)
Heinz Field Pittsburgh Pittsburgh 2001 65,500 Home of the Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) & Pittsburgh (Pitt) Panthers football (ACC)
Lincoln Financial Field Philadelphia Philadelphia 2003 69,176 Home of the Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) & Temple University Owls football (American Athletic Conference)
Erie Insurance Arena Erie Erie 1983 9,000 Home of the Erie BayHawks (NBA D-League) & Erie Otters Hockey (OHL)
The Palestra Philadelphia Philadelphia 1927 8,722 Home of Pennsylvania Quakers basketball, volleyball & wrestling (Ivy); The "Cathedral of College Basketball"
Lake Erie Speedway Erie North East 2002 8,000 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series, Late Models, Modifieds, Street Stocks, Compacts, Legends & Bandoleros
Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center Harrisburg Harrisburg 1939 7,600 Includes an exhibition hall, 5 smaller halls, arena, equine arena & exposition hall
Giant Center Harrisburg Hershey 2002 12,500 Home of the Hershey Bears (AHL)
Hersheypark Arena Harrisburg Hershey 1936 8,000 Home of Lebanon Valley College Flying Dutchman hockey (MAC)
1st Summit Arena @ Cambria County War Memorial Pittsburgh Johnstown 1950 6,000 Home of the Johnstown Tomahawks (NAHL)
Bryce Jordan Center Pittsburgh University Park 1996 15,261 Home of Penn State Nittany Lions basketball (Big Ten)
Petersen Events Center Pittsburgh Pittsburgh 2002 14,763 Home of Pittsburgh (Pitt) Panthers basketball (ACC)
Santander Arena Philadelphia Reading 2001 7,200 Home of the Reading Royals (ECHL)
UPMC Cooper Fieldhouse Pittsburgh Pittsburgh 1988 5,358 Home of Duquesne University Dukes basketball, volleyball & wrestling (A-10); formerly the Palumbo Center
Andre Reed Stadium Allentown Kutztown 2006 5,600 Home of Kutztown Golden Bears football (NCAA)
McCarthy Stadium Philadelphia Philadelphia 1936 7,500 Home of La Salle Explorers soccer (A-10)
Finneran Pavilion Philadelphia Villanova 1986 6,500 Home of Villanova University Wildcats basketball (Big East)
Liacouras Center Philadelphia Philadelphia 1997 10,206 Home of Temple University Owls basketball & volleyball (American Athletic Conference)
Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia Philadelphia 1996 21,600 Home of the Philadelphia Flyers (NHL), Philadelphia 76ers (NBA), Philadelphia Wings (NLL)
Pocono Raceway Scranton Pocono 1968 76,812 Sprint Cup, ARCA, NCWTS
PNC Field Scranton Moosic 1989 10,982 Home of the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Railriders (New York Yankees AAA affiliate)
Howard J. Lamade Stadium Scranton South Williamsport 1959 40,000 Home of the Little League World Series
Rostraver Ice Garden Pittsburgh Belle Vernon 1965 5,000 Multi-purpose arena, hosts local sporting events, mainly hockey
PPG Paints Arena Pittsburgh Pittsburgh 2010 19,578 Home of the Pittsburgh Penguins (NHL)
Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza Scranton Wilkes-Barre 1999 10,000 Home of the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins (AHL)
Christy Mathewson-Memorial Stadium Scranton Lewisburg 1924 13,100 Home of Bucknell University Bison football (Patriot)
York Expo Center Harrisburg York 2003 5,500 Consists of Memorial Hall, arena/exhibition center, Heritage Hall, banquet center, Old Main & Horticultural Hall
Williams Grove Speedway Harrisburg Mechanicsburg 1939 10,000 World of Outlaws, Sprint Car, Super Sportsmen races
Jeffrey Field Pittsburgh University Park 1972 5,000 Home of Penn State Nittany Lions soccer (Big Ten)
PeoplesBank Park Harrisburg York 2007 5,200 Home of York Revolution (ALPB)
Maple Grove Raceway Philadelphia Mohnton 1962 20,000 NHRA Nationals
Subaru Park Philadelphia Chester 2010 18,500 Home of the Philadelphia Union (MLS); Hosted the 2012 MLS All-Star Game
FirstEnergy Stadium Philadelphia Reading 1951 9,000 Home of the Reading Fightin Phils (Philadelphia Phillies AA affiliate)
Franklin Field Philadelphia Philadelphia 1895 52,593 Home of Pennsylvania (Penn) Quakers football (Ivy)
Beaver Stadium Pittsburgh University Park 1960 106,572 Home of Penn State Nittany Lions football (Big Ten)
Rec Hall Pittsburgh University Park 1929 6,846 Home of Penn State Nitany Lions gymnastics, volleyball & wrestiling (Big Ten)