Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

Click the links below for sports facilities near that city:

Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
PNC Park Pittsburgh & Wheeling Pittsburgh 2001 38,362 Home of the Pittsburgh Pirates (MLB)
Beaver Stadium Pittsburgh & Wheeling University Park 1960 106,572 Home of Penn State Nittany Lions football (Big Ten)
Peoples Natural Gas Field Pittsburgh & Wheeling Altoona 1999 7,210 Home of the Altoona Curve (Pittsburgh Pirates AA affiliate)
Heinz Field Pittsburgh & Wheeling Pittsburgh 2001 65,500 Home of the Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) & Pittsburgh (Pitt) Panthers football (ACC)
1st Summit Arena @ Cambria County War Memorial Pittsburgh & Wheeling Johnstown 1950 6,000 Multi-purpose arena
Bryce Jordan Center Pittsburgh & Wheeling University Park 1996 15,261 Home of Penn State Nittany Lions basketball (Big Ten)
Petersen Events Center Pittsburgh & Wheeling Pittsburgh 2002 14,763 Home of Pittsburgh (Pitt) Panthers basketball (ACC)
Palumbo Center Pittsburgh & Wheeling Pittsburgh 1988 5,358 Home of Duquesne University Dukes basketball, volleyball & wrestling (A-10)
Rostraver Ice Garden Pittsburgh & Wheeling Belle Vernon 1965 5,000 Multi-purpose arena, hosts local sporting events, mainly hockey
PPG Paints Arena Pittsburgh & Wheeling Pittsburgh 2010 19,578 Home of the Pittsburgh Penguins (NHL) & Pittsburgh Power (AFL)
Jeffrey Field Pittsburgh & Wheeling University Park 1972 5,000 Home of Penn State Nittany Lions soccer (Big Ten)
Rec Hall Pittsburgh & Wheeling University Park 1929 6,846 Home of Penn State Nitany Lions gymnastics, volleyball & wrestiling (Big Ten)
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