Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
Richmond Raceway Richmond Richmond 1945 97,912 Sprint Cup, NASCAR Nationwide Series
John Paul Jones Arena Richmond Charlottesville 2006 14,593 Home of Virginia Cavaliers basketball (ACC)
City Stadium Richmond Richmond 1929 22,000 Football & soccer stadium
Kl”ockner Stadium Richmond Charlottesville 1948 7,906 Home of Virginia Cavaliers lacrosse & soccer (ACC)
Arthur Ashe Athletic Center Richmond Richmond 1982 6,000 Multi-purpose arena
Stuart C. Siegel Center Richmond Richmond 1999 8,000 Home of VCU Rams basketball (A-10); Includes the Verizon Wireless Arena
University Hall Richmond Charlottesville 1965 8,457 Former home of Virginia Cavaliers basketball (ACC)
Bridgeforth Stadium / Zane Showker Field Richmond Harrisonburg 1975 24,878 Home of James Madison Dukes football (NCAA)
Robins Stadium Richmond Richmond 2010 8,700 Home of Richmond Spiders football, lacrosse, soccer, track & field (A-10)
Virginia Motorsports Park Richmond Petersburg 1994 23,000 NHRA
Martinsville Speedway Richmond Martinsville 1947 65,000 Sprint Cup, NASCAR Nationwide Series, NCWTS
South Boston Speedway Richmond South Boston 1957 10,000 NASCAR Camping World East Series, Whelen All-American Series late model and USAR Hooter's Pro Cup events
Virginia International Raceway Richmond Alton 1957 5,000 Grand-Am, AMA
Scott Stadium Richmond Charlottesville 1931 61,500 Home of Virginia Cavaliers football (ACC)
The Diamond Richmond Richmond 1985 12,134 Home of the Richmond Flying Squirrels (San Francisco Giants AA affiliate), Home of VCU Rams baseball (A-10)
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