Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums
Hampton Roads & Eastern Shore | Heart of Appalachia
Northern Virginia | Richmond, Southern, Central & Shenandoah Valley
Roanoke, Highlands & Mountains | Williamsburg & Chesapeake Bay

Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
Foreman Field at S. B. Ballard Stadium Norfolk 1936 19,818 Home of Old Dominion University Monarchs football (C-USA)  
Hampton Coliseum Hampton 1970 13,800  
Harbor Park Norfolk 1993 12,067 Home of the Norfolk Tides (Baltimore Orioles AAA affiliate)  
Norfolk Scope Norfolk 1971 13,800 Home of the Norfolk Admirals (AHL)  
Ted Constant Convocation Center Norfolk 2002 9,520 Home of Old Dominion University Monarchs basketball (C-USA)  
Virginia Beach Sportsplex Virginia Beach 1999 10,780 Soccer stadium  
William "Dick" Price Stadium Norfolk 1997 30,000 Home of Norfolk State Spartans football (MEAC)  
Arthur Ashe Athletic Center Richmond 1982 6,000 Multi-purpose arena  
Bridgeforth Stadium Harrisonburg 1975 24,878 Home of James Madison Dukes football (NCAA)  
City Stadium Richmond 1929 22,000 Football & soccer stadium  
E. Claiborne Robins Stadium Richmond 2010 8,700 Home of Richmond Spiders football, lacrosse, soccer, track & field (A-10)  
John Paul Jones Arena Charlottesville 2006 14,593 Home of Virginia Cavaliers basketball (ACC)  
Klîckner Stadium Charlottesville 1948 7,906 Home of Virginia Cavaliers lacrosse & soccer (ACC)  
Martinsville Speedway Martinsville 1947 65,000 Sprint Cup, NASCAR Nationwide Series, NCWTS  
Richmond Coliseum Richmond 1971 13,410 Hosts the Colonial Athletic Association men's collegiate basketball tournament (NCAA)  
Richmond International Raceway Richmond 1945 97,912 Sprint Cup, NASCAR Nationwide Series  
Scott Stadium Charlottesville 1931 61,500 Home of Virginia Cavaliers football (ACC)  
South Boston Speedway South Boston 1957 10,000 NASCAR Camping World East Series, Whelen All-American Series late model and USAR Hooter's Pro Cup events  
Stuart C. Siegel Center Richmond 1999 8,000 Home of VCU Rams basketball (A-10); Includes the Verizon Wireless Arena  
The Diamond Richmond 1985 12,134 Home of the Richmond Flying Squirrels (San Francisco Giants AA affiliate), Home of VCU Rams baseball (A-10)  
University Hall Charlottesville 1965 8,457 Former home of Virginia Cavaliers basketball (ACC)  
Virginia Motorsports Park Petersburg 1994 23,000 NHRA  
Alumni Memorial Field at Foster Stadium Lexington 1962 10,000 Home of Virginia Military Institute (VMI) football (Big South)  
Cassell Coliseum Blacksburg 1962 9,847 Home of Virginia Tech Hokies basketball (ACC)  
Lane Stadium Blacksburg 1965 66,233 Home of Virginia Tech Hokies football (ACC)  
Salem Civic Center Salem 1967 6,820 Multi-purpose arena; Part of the James E. Taliaferro Sports & Entertainment Complex; Hosts the NCAA Division III men's college basketball championship  
EagleBank Arena Fairfax 1985 10,000 Home of George Mason University Patriots basketball (A-10)  
G. Richard Pfitzner Stadium Woodbridge 1984 6,000 Home of the Potomac Nationals (Washington Nationals A-Advanced affiliate)  
Armstrong Stadium Hampton 1928 17,000 Home of Hampton University Pirates football (MEAC)