Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

Click the links below for sports facilities near that city:

Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
Citizens Bank Park Philadelphia Philadelphia 2004 43,647 Home of the Philadelphia Phillies (MLB)
FirstEnergy Stadium Philadelphia Reading 1951 9,000 Home of the Reading Phillies (Philadelphia Phillies AA affiliate)
Lincoln Financial Field Philadelphia Philadelphia 2003 69,176 Home of the Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) & Temple Owls football (American Athletic Conference)
Franklin Field Philadelphia Philadelphia 1895 52,593 Home of Pennsylvania (Penn) Quakers football (Ivy)
The Palestra Philadelphia Philadelphia 1927 8,722 Home of Pennsylvania Quakers basketball, volleyball & wrestling (Ivy); The "Cathedral of College Basketball"
Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia 1996 21,600 Home of the Philadelphia Flyers (NHL), Philadelphia 76ers (NBA), Philadelphia Soul (AFL) & Villanova Wildcats basketball (Big East)
Santander Arena Philadelphia Reading 2001 7,200 Home of the Reading Royals (ECHL)
Liacouras Center Philadelphia Philadelphia 1997 10,206 Home of Temple University Owls basketball & volleyball (American Athletic Conference)
Finneran Pavilion Philadelphia Villanova 1986 6,500 Home of Villanova University Wildcats basketball (Big East)
McCarthy Stadium Philadelphia Philadelphia 1936 7,500 Home of La Salle Explorers soccer (A-10)
Maple Grove Raceway Philadelphia Mohnton 1962 20,000 NHRA
Talen Energy Stadium Philadelphia Chester 2010 18,500 Home of the Philadelphia Union (MLS); Hosted the 2012 MLS All-Star Game
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