List of sponsored sports venues

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The following is a list of sports venues with sole naming rights:

Present naming rights[edit]


In Australia, the most important distinction regarding outdoor stadiums is the shape of their fields:

  • Oval stadiums — Generally used for cricket and Australian rules football. Can be used for rectangular-field sports, but seating arrangement is not necessarily optimal.
  • Rectangular stadiums — Used for the rugby codes and soccer, and generally cannot be used for oval-field sports.

A few stadiums with oval fields have movable seating that can readily accommodate rectangular-field sports.

Name Location Type Notes
1300SMILES Stadium Townsville, Queensland Rectangular stadium
AAMI Park Melbourne Rectangular stadium
Adelaide 36ers Arena Adelaide Multi-purpose indoor arena
Allianz Stadium Sydney Rectangular stadium
Bankwest Stadium Parramatta, New South Wales Rectangular stadium
Cbus Super Stadium Gold Coast, Queensland Rectangular stadium
GMHBA Stadium Geelong, Victoria Oval stadium
HBF Arena Joondalup, Western Australia Multi-purpose sport complex Includes multiple indoor and outdoor venues.
HBF Park Perth Rectangular stadium Formerly an oval stadium.
HBF Stadium Perth Multi-purpose sport complex Includes multiple indoor venues and an aquatics centre.
Holden Centre Melbourne Multi-purpose indoor arena Now used exclusively as a sport training centre.
Marvel Stadium Melbourne Retractable-roof multi-purpose stadium Movable seating accommodates both oval and rectangular fields.
Netstrata Jubilee Stadium Kogarah, New South Wales Oval stadium
Optus Stadium Perth Oval stadium
Qudos Bank Arena Sydney Multi-purpose indoor arena
Steel Blue Oval Bassendean, Western Australia Oval stadium
Suncorp Stadium Milton, Queensland Rectangular stadium Suncorp has held the naming rights to Brisbane Stadium since 1994 and will continue to hold the rights until at least 2033, the year after the Brisbane 2032 Olympics.
TIO Stadium Darwin, Northern Territory
TIO Traeger Park Alice Springs, Northern Territory
WIN Entertainment Centre Wollongong, New South Wales Multi-purpose indoor arena
WIN Stadium Wollongong, New South Wales Rectangular stadium


Name Location Type Notes
Cashpoint Arena Wals-Siezenheim Football stadium [1]
Merkur-Arena Graz Football stadium
Red Bull Arena Wals-Siezenheim Football stadium
Red Bull Ring Spielberg Auto racing Formerly A1 Ring
Generali Arena Vienna Football stadium
Allianz Stadion Vienna Football stadium Replaced the Gerhard Hanappi Stadium,[2]


Name Location Type Notes
Ghelamco Arena Ghent Football stadium
Luminus Arena Genk Football stadium
Argosstadion Achter de Kazerne Mechelen Football stadium


Name Location Type Notes
Allianz Parque São Paulo Football stadium
Arena Unimed/Sicoob Cariacica, Espírito Santo Football stadium
Brasil Kirin Arena Itu, São Paulo Kart track Also used for motorcycle racing
Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova Salvador, Bahia Football stadium
Jeunesse Arena Rio de Janeiro Multi-purpose indoor arena
KM de Vantagens Hall Rio de Janeiro Multi-purpose indoor arena
Neo Química Arena São Paulo Football stadium
UnimedHall São Paulo Multi-purpose indoor arena


In accord with Canadian English usage, "football" refers to Canadian football unless otherwise indicated, and association football is called "soccer".

Name Location Type Notes
BMO Field Toronto Multi-sport stadium Toronto Argonauts and Toronto TFC.
Brandt Centre Regina, Saskatchewan Multi-purpose indoor arena
CAA Centre Brampton, Ontario Multi-purpose indoor arena Formerly Brampton Centre for Sports and Entertainment (1998–2005)

Powerade Centre (2005–2018)

Canada Life Centre Winnipeg Multi-purpose indoor arena Winnipeg Jets. Formerly MTS Centre (2004–2017) and Bell MTS Place (2017–2021).
Canadian Tire Centre Ottawa Multi-purpose indoor arena Ottawa Senators.
Centre Air Creebec Val-d'Or, Québec Multi-purpose indoor arena
Centre Bell Montréal Multi-purpose indoor arena Montreal Canadiens.
CN Centre Prince George, British Columbia Multi-purpose indoor arena
Coca-Cola Coliseum Toronto Multi-purpose indoor arena Previously the Ricoh coliseum (2003–2018), Toronto Marlies.
Colisée Desjardins Victoriaville, Québec Multi-purpose indoor arena
ENMAX Centre Lethbridge, Alberta Multi-purpose indoor arena
Sadlon Arena Barrie, Ontario Multi-purpose indoor arena Formerly Barrie Molson Centre (1998-2018)
SaskTel Centre Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Multi-purpose indoor arena
Westerner Park Centrium Red Deer, Alberta Multi-purpose indoor arena
Tribute Communities Centre Oshawa, Ontario Multi-purpose indoor arena Formerly General Motors Centre (2006-2016)
IG Field Winnipeg Football stadium (CFL, U Sports) Opened in June 2013 as Investors Group Field. Name changed in 2019 after the sponsor renamed itself as IG.
Stade IGA Montréal, Québec Tennis stadium Previously Du Maurier Stadium and Uniprix Stadium.
Sandman Centre Kamloops, British Columbia Multi-purpose indoor arena
The Budweiser Gardens London, Ontario Multi-purpose indoor arena Until 2012, it was known as the John Labatt Centre, usually referred to as the "JLC"
Leon's Centre Kingston, Ontario Multi-purpose indoor arena
Kal Tire Place Vernon, British Columbia Multi-purpose indoor arena Was known as the Wesbild Centre until 2013
Mosaic Stadium Regina, Saskatchewan Football stadium (CFL, U Sports)
Paramount Fine Foods Centre Mississauga, Ontario Multi-purpose indoor arena Formerly Hershey Centre (1998-2018), Mississauga Steelheads.
Chilliwack Coliseum Chilliwack, British Columbia Multi-purpose indoor arena
Prospera Place Kelowna, British Columbia Multi-purpose indoor arena
Rogers Arena Vancouver, British Columbia Multi-purpose indoor arena Was known as General Motors Place until 2010
Aviva Centre Toronto Tennis stadium Formerly Rexall Centre (2004-2015)
Rogers Place Edmonton, Alberta Multi-purpose indoor arena
Rogers Centre Toronto Retractable-roof baseball stadium (MLB) Also used in the past for basketball. Formerly capable of hosting CFL and NFL games until 2016.
Saputo Stadium Montréal Soccer-specific stadium Officially named after the Saputo family, owner of the stadium's main occupant, CF Montréal. However, the name can also be interpreted as a sponsorship by Saputo, the Québec dairy products company controlled by the family.
Save Max Sports Centre Brampton Soccer-specific recreation facility formerly Brampton Soccer Centre (2007-2020)
Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre Victoria, British Columbia Multi-purpose indoor arena
Scotiabank Arena Toronto Multi-purpose indoor arena Was known as Air Canada Centre until June 30, 2018.Toronto Maple Leafs and Toronto Raptors.
Scotiabank Centre Halifax Multi-purpose indoor arena
Scotiabank Field at Nat Bailey Stadium Vancouver Baseball park
Scotiabank Saddledome Calgary Multi-purpose indoor arena
Shaw Park Winnipeg Baseball park
Sleeman Centre Guelph, Ontario Multi-purpose indoor arena Formerly Guelph Sports and Entertainment Centre (2000-2007)
GFL Memorial Gardens Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario Multi-purpose indoor arena
TD Place Stadium Ottawa Football stadium (CFL) and soccer stadium (CPL)
TD Waterhouse Stadium London, Ontario Football stadium (U Sports)
Telus Stadium Québec City Football stadium (U Sports)
Tim Hortons Field Hamilton, Ontario Football stadium (CFL) and soccer stadium (CPL)
Videotron Centre Québec City, Québec Multi-purpose indoor arena
WFCU Centre Windsor, Ontario Multi-purpose indoor arena


Name Location Type Notes
Movistar Arena Santiago indoor arena


Name Location Type Notes
Cadillac Arena Beijing Multi-purpose indoor arena Wukesong Culture & Sports Center (2008–11), MasterCard Center (2011–15), LeSports Center (2016–17), Cadillac Arena (2017–present)
Genting Snow Park [zh] Chongli District, Zhangjiakou Ski park Sold to named company after completion.
Mercedes-Benz Arena Shanghai Multi-purpose indoor arena

Cook Islands[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
Avarua Tereora Stadium Avarua Multi-purpose stadium

Czech Republic[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
Stadion Letná Prague Football stadium
O2 Arena Prague Multi-purpose indoor arena
Tipsport Arena Prague Multi-purpose indoor arena


Name Location Type Notes
NRGi Park Aarhus
TRE-FOR Park Odense
Nordjyske Arena Aalborg
Blue Water Arena Esbjerg
Jyske Bank Boxen Herning
Harboe Arena Slagelse Slagelse
Sydbank Park Haderslev


Name Location Type Notes
Estadio Monumental Banco Pichincha Guayaquil Football stadium
Estadio Banco de Pacífico – Capwell Guayaquil Football stadium


Name Location Type Notes
A. Le Coq Arena Tallinn Football stadium
Saku Suurhall Tallinn Indoor arena


Name Location Type Notes
Bolt Arena Helsinki
Espoo Metro Areena Espoo
Hartwall Arena Helsinki Multi-purpose indoor arena
Isku Areena Lahti
Myyrmäen jalkapallostadion Vantaa
Savon Sanomat Areena Kuopio
Veritas Stadion Turku


Name Location Type Notes
AccorHotels Arena Paris Multi-purpose indoor arena
Allianz Riviera Nice Football stadium
GGL Stadium Montpellier Rugby union stadium Previously known as Altrad Stadium
Groupama Stadiun Décines-Charpieu Football stadium
Matmut Stadium Vénissieux, Lyon Rugby union stadium
Matmut Stadium de Gerland Lyon Football and rugby union stadium
Stade Matmut-Atlantique Bordeaux Football stadium
MMArena Le Mans Football stadium
Paris La Défense Arena Nanterre Multi-purpose domed stadium Primary sports use is for rugby; movable seating allows use for indoor court sports.
The naming rights are held by the company that manages the nearby La Défense business district.
Sud de France Arena Montpellier Multi-purpose indoor arena
Orange Vélodrome Marseille Football stadium Also regularly used for rugby.


Name "Traditional" Name Location Type Notes
Allianz Arena Munich Football stadium
Audi Sportpark Ingolstadt Football stadium
HDI-Arena Niedersachsenstadion Hanover Football stadium
Commerzbank-Arena Waldstadion Frankfurt Football stadium
Max-Morlock-Stadion Frankenstadion Nürnberg Football stadium
Merkur Spiel-Arena Düsseldorf Football stadium
Volksparkstadion Volksparkstadion Hamburg Football stadium Formerly known as AOL Arena, HSH Nordbank Arena and Imtech Arena
König Pilsener Arena Arena Oberhausen Oberhausen Multi-purpose indoor arena
Lanxess Arena Kölnarena Cologne Multi-purpose indoor arena
Mercedes-Benz Arena Neckarstadion Stuttgart Football stadium
Porsche-Arena Stuttgart Multi-purpose indoor arena
Red Bull Arena Zentralstadion Leipzig Football stadium
rewirpowerSTADION Ruhrstadion Bochum Football stadium
RheinEnergieStadion Müngersdorfer Stadion Cologne Football stadium
SAP Arena Mannheim Multi-purpose indoor arena
Saturn Arena Ingolstadt Multi-purpose indoor arena
Signal Iduna Park Westfalenstadion Dortmund Football stadium
Tamiya Raceway Sonneberg Sonneberg Radio-controlled car circuit
ZAG-Arena Hanover Multi-purpose indoor arena
Veltins-Arena Arena AufSchalke Gelsenkirchen Retractable-roof football stadium
with retractable playing surface
Volkswagen Arena Wolfsburg Football stadium
Volkswagen Halle Braunschweig Multi-purpose indoor arena
Warsteiner HockeyPark Mönchengladbach Field hockey stadium


Name Location Type Notes
Xanthi FC Arena Xanthi Football stadium


Name Location Type Notes
Estadio Cementos Progreso Guatemala City Multi-purpose stadium


Name Location Type Notes
Indomilk Arena Tangerang Multi-purpose stadium


Name Location Type Notes
Menora Mivtachim Arena Tel Aviv Multi-purpose indoor arena Originally an open-air venue.


Name Location Type Notes
Adriatic Arena Pesaro Multi-purpose indoor arena
Allianz Stadium Turin Soccer stadium
Dacia Arena Udine Soccer stadium
PalaDozza Bologna Multi-purpose indoor arena
Mediolanum Forum Milan Multi-purpose indoor arena
PalaLottomatica Rome Multi-purpose indoor arena
Palasport Lino Oldrini Varese Multi-purpose indoor arena
Mapei Stadium Reggio Emilia Soccer stadium
Unipol Arena Casalecchio di Reno Multi-purpose indoor arena
U-Power Stadium Monza Soccer stadium


Name Location Type Notes
Adastria Mito Arena Mito multi-purpose indoor arena
Abema Shonan Bank [ja] Hiratsuka Keirin velodrome
Ajinomoto Stadium Chōfu, Tokyo Football (soccer) stadium Also used for rugby and American football.
Ajinomoto Field Nishigaoka Kita-ku, Tokyo Football (soccer) stadium
Akigin Stadium Akita Football (soccer) stadium
All Nippon Airways (ANA) Ball Park Urasoe Urasoe, Okinawa, Ryukyu Island amateur level and training baseball stadium [citation needed]
Arigato Service Dream Stadium Imabari, Ehime Prefecture Football (soccer) stadium
Axis Bird Stadium Tottori Football (soccer) stadium
Belluna Dome Tokorozawa, Saitama Baseball stadium (NPB)
Best Denki Stadium Fukuoka Football (soccer) stadium Also regularly used for rugby.
Chubu Yajin Stadium Yonago Football (soccer) stadium
City Light Stadium Okayama Athletic (track & field) & Football (soccer) stadium
Denka Big Swan Stadium Niigata City Athletic (track & field) & Football (soccer) stadium
Dolphins Arena Nagoya Multi-purpose indoor arena
DyDo Drinco Ice Arena Nishitokyo, Tokyo Indoor ice skating (ice hockey) arena
Edion Arena Osaka Osaka Multi-purpose indoor arena
Edion Stadium Hiroshima Hiroshima Athletic (track & field) & Football (soccer) stadium Also regularly used for rugby.
Egao Kenko Stadium Kumamoto, Kumamoto Prefecture Athletic (track & field) & Football (soccer) stadium
Ekimae Real Estate Stadium Tosu, Saga Football (soccer) stadium Also regularly used for rugby.
Es Con Field Hokkaido Kitahiroshima Baseball stadium
Fukuda Denshi Arena Chiba Football (soccer) stadium Also regularly used for rugby.
Fukuoka PayPay Dome Fukuoka Retractable-roof baseball stadium (NPB)
Futaba Buggy Track Mobara Radio-controlled car dirt track Privately owned by named company, also function as a test track
Hard Off Eco Stadium Niigata Baseball stadium
Heiwa Lease Stadium Kagoshima Baseball stadium
Hotto Motto Field Kobe Kobe Baseball stadium (NPB)
IAI Stadium Nihondaira Shizuoka Football (soccer) stadium
Ishin Me-Life Stadium Yamaguchi Athletic (track & field) & Football (soccer) stadium
Iwagin Stadium Morioka Football (soccer) stadium
JIT Recycle Ink Stadium Kōfu Athletic (track & field) & Football (soccer) stadium
Kakuhiro Group Athletic Stadium Aomori Athletic (track & field) & Football (soccer) stadium
Kanseki Stadium Tochigi Utsunomiya Athletic (track & field) & Football (soccer) stadium
Kikkoman Arena Nagareyama Nagareyama, Chiba Prefecture Multi-purpose indoor sports arena former Nagareyama municipal arena.
K's denki Stadium Mito Mito, Ibaraki Prefecture Athletic (track & field) & Football (soccer) stadium Also regularly used for rugby
Kuraray Zao Jump Stadium Mount Zao, Yamagata Ski jumping stadium [page needed]
Kyocera Dome Osaka Osaka Baseball stadium (NPB)
Lemon Gas Stadium Hiratsuka Hiratsuka, Kanagawa Prefecture Athletic (track & field) & Football (soccer) stadium
Machida GION Stadium Machida, Tokyo Athletic (track & field) & Football (soccer) stadium
Maeda Arena Aomori Multi-purpose indoor arena
Makomanai Sekisui Heim Ice Arena Sapporo Multi-purpose indoor arena
Makomanai Sekisui Heim Stadium Sapporo Speed skating stadium
Mazda Stadium Hiroshima Baseball stadium (NPB)
Meiji Hokkaido-Tokachi Oval Obihiro Speed skating stadium
Mikuni World Stadium Kitakyushu Kitakyushu, Fukuoka Prefecture Football (soccer & rugby union) stadium
NACK5 Stadium Omiya Saitama Football (soccer) stadium
ND Soft Stadium Yamagata Tendō Athletic (track & field) & Football (soccer) stadium
NHK Spring Mitsuzawa Football Stadium Yokohama Football (soccer) stadium
Ningineer Stadium Matsuyama, Ehime Prefecture Athletic (track & field) & Football (soccer) stadium
Nippon Gaishi Hall Nagoya Multi-purpose indoor arena
Nippon Totor Green Dome Maebashi Maebashi Velodrome
Nissan Stadium Yokohama Athletic (track & field) & Football (soccer) stadium
Noevir Stadium Kobe Kobe Football (soccer) stadium Also regularly used for rugby.
Okinawa Cellular Stadium Naha Baseball stadium
Paloma Mizuho Stadium Mizuho-ku, Nagoya Athletic (track & field) & Football (soccer) stadium Also, regularly use for rugby union
Panasonic Stadium Suita Suita, Osaka Prefecture Football (soccer) stadium
Pikara Stadium Marugame, Kagawa, Kagawa Prefecture Athletic (track & field) & Football (soccer) stadium
Pocari Sweat Stadium Naruto Athletic (track & field) & Football (soccer) stadium
Prifoods Stadium Hachinohe, Aomori Football (soccer) stadium
Q&A Stadium Miyagi Rifu, Miyagi Athletic (track & field) & Football (soccer) stadium
Rakuten Seimei Park Miyagi Miyagino-ku, Sendai Baseball stadium (NPB)
Sagamihara Gion Stadium Sagamihara Athletic (track & field) & Football (soccer) stadium
Sanga Stadium by Kyocera Kameoka Football (soccer) stadium
Sankyo Frontier Kashiwa Stadium Kashiwa, Chiba Prefecture Football (soccer) stadium
Shiranami Stadium Kagoshima, Kagoshima Prefecture Athletic (track & field) & Football (soccer) stadium
Shoda Shoyu Stadium Gunma Maebashi Athletic (track & field) & Football (soccer) stadium
Showa Denko Ōita Dome Ōita Athletic (track & field) & Football (soccer) stadium
Soyu Stadium Akita Athletic (track & field) & Football (soccer) stadium
Sunpro Alwin Matsumoto Football (soccer) stadium
Takebishi Stadium Kyoto Kyoto Athletic (track & field) & Football (soccer) stadium
Tamiya Kakegawa Circuit Kakegawa, Shizuoka Radio-controlled car circuit Privately owned by named company, also function as a test track
Tamiya Oshika Circuit Suruga-ku, Shizuoka Radio-controlled car circuit Privately owned by named company, also function as a test track
Tapic Kenso Hiyagon Stadium Okinawa City Athletic (track & field) & Football (soccer) stadium
Teriha Sekisui House Arena Fukuoka Multi-purpose indoor sports arena
Tipstar Dome Chiba [jp] Chiba Velodrome
Toho Stadium Fukushima Athletic (track & field) & Football (soccer) stadium
Towa Pharmaceutical RACTAB Dome Kadoma, Osaka Prefecture Multi-purpose indoor arena [page needed]
Transcosmos Stadium Nagasaki Isahaya, Nagasaki, Nagasaki Prefecture Athletic (track & field) & Football (soccer) stadium
Unilever Stadium Shintomi Shintomi, Miyazaki Prefecture Football (soccer) stadium
Vantelin Dome Nagoya Higashi-ku, Nagoya Baseball stadium (NPB) sometimes use for concert and entertainment
Yamaha Stadium Iwata, Shizuoka Football (soccer) stadium Also regularly used for rugby.
Yanmar Stadium Osaka Athletic (track & field) & Football (soccer) stadium Also regularly used for rugby.
Yodoko Sakura Stadium Osaka Football (soccer) stadium Also regularly used for rugby.
Yurtec Stadium Sendai Izumi-ku, Sendai Football (soccer) stadium
ZA Oripri Stadium Ichihara, Chiba Athletic (track & field) & Football (soccer) stadium
Zip Arena Okayama Okayama Multi-purpose indoor arena
ZOZO Marine Stadium Chiba Baseball stadium (NPB)


Name Location Type Notes
Avia Solutions Group Arena Vilnius Multi-purpose indoor arena
Cido Arena Panevėžys Multi-purpose indoor arena
DELFI Sports Centre Vilnius Multi-purpose indoor arena
Hikvision Arena Marijampolė Football Stadium
Hikvision Arena (indoor) Marijampolė Indoor football hall
Jeep Arena Vilnius Multi-purpose indoor arena
Pieno žvaigždės Arena Pasvalys Multi-purpose indoor arena
SEB Arena Vilnius Multi-purpose indoor arena
Švyturys Arena Klaipėda Multi-purpose indoor arena


Name Location Type Main occupant Notes
Estadio Akron Guadalajara Football stadium Guadalajara
Estadio Banorte Culiacán Football stadium Dorados de Sinaloa
Estadio Caliente Tijuana Football stadium Tijuana
Estadio Casas GEO Mexicali Baseball park Águilas de Mexicali
Estadio Ciudad de los Deportes Mexico City Football stadium Cruz Azul
Estadio Chevron Tijuana Baseball park Tijuana Potros
Estadio Corona Torreón Football stadium Santos Laguna
Estadio Cuauhtémoc Puebla Football stadium Puebla
Estadio Victoria Aguascalientes Football stadium Necaxa
Foro Sol Mexico City Baseball park Diablos Rojos del México


Name Location Type Notes
AFAS Stadion Alkmaar Football stadium
Cars Jeans Stadion The Hague Football stadium
De Grolsch Veste Enschede Football stadium
De Oude Meerdijk Emmen Football stadium
Fortuna Sittard Stadion Sittard Football stadium
GN Bouw Stadion Dordrecht Football stadium
Kras Stadion Volendam Football stadium
Mandemakers Stadion Waalwijk Football stadium
Philips Stadion Eindhoven Football stadium
Yanmar Stadion Almere Football stadium

New Zealand[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
Fraser Park Timaru, Canterbury Rugby stadium
AMI Stadium Christchurch Rugby stadium After the 2011 Christchurch earthquake that damaged the previous AMI Stadium (Lancaster Park) so extensively that it was eventually demolished, AMI received naming rights to the less severely damaged Rugby League Park, which is now the city's main rugby stadium.
ASB Baypark Mount Maunganui, Bay of Plenty multi-purpose stadium
ASB Football Park Christchurch multi-purpose stadium
Horncastle Arena Christchurch Multi-purpose indoor arena
Central Energy Trust Arena Palmerston North Central, Manawatū-Whanganui Rugby stadium and motorcycle speedway
FMG Stadium Waikato Hamilton, Waikato Rugby stadium
Forsyth Barr Stadium Dunedin, Otago multi-purpose stadium
Sky Stadium Wellington multi-purpose stadium
Spark Arena Auckland multi-purpose stadium
TSB Bank Arena Wellington Multi-purpose indoor arena
Vodafone Events Centre Manukau City Multi-purpose indoor arena


Name Location Type Notes
AKA Arena Hønefoss Football stadium Formerly Hønefoss Stadion
Aker Stadion Molde Football stadium Formerly Molde Stadion
Color Line Stadion Ålesund Football stadium
Intility Arena Vålerenga Football stadium
Sandefjord Arena Sandefjord Football stadium
Skagerak Arena Skien Football stadium
Sør Arena Kristiansand Football stadium
Telenor Arena Bærum Domed football stadium


Name Location Type Notes
National Bank Cricket Arena Karachi Cricket stadium


Name Location Type Notes
Filoil Flying V Centre San Juan, Metro Manila Multi-purpose indoor arena Formerly "The Arena in San Juan"
Gatorade-Chelsea Blue Pitch Taguig Football grounds
Gatorade Hoops Center Mandaluyong Basketball court Located at the Liberty Center
Smart Araneta Coliseum Quezon City Multi-purpose indoor arena Formerly "Araneta Coliseum"
Emperador Stadium Taguig Football stadium Former sponsorship by Emperador Distillers. Now McKinley Hill Stadium


Name Location Type Notes
PGE Narodowy Warsaw Football Stadium [3]
Suzuki Arena Kielce Football Stadium [4]
Tauron Arena Kraków Krakow Multi-purpose Stadium

Republic of Ireland[edit]

Name Location Type Notes
Aviva Stadium Dublin Football (soccer) and rugby stadium
Bishopsgate Longford Football stadium
Gortakeegan Monaghan Football stadium
Musgrave Park Cork Rugby stadium
United Park Drogheda Football stadium [1]


Name Location Type Notes
CSKA Arena Moscow Multi-purpose arena formerly known as Legends Arena
Otkritie Arena Moscow Soccer arena
RZD Arena Moscow Soccer arena
SKB-Bank Arena Yekaterinburg Soccer arena
TatNeft Arena Kazan Ice hockey arena
VEB Arena Moscow Soccer arena
VTB Arena Moscow Multi-purpose arena Planned


Name Location Type Notes
Štark Arena Belgrade Multi-purpose indoor arena


Name Location Type Notes
Steel Aréna Košice Multi-purpose indoor arena
Hudy Racing Aréna Trenčín Multi-purpose radio-controlled car circuit

South Africa[edit]

Outdoor stadiums are listed by their primary sport. Many stadiums regularly host matches in sports other than their primary ones; this is especially true with regard to stadiums hosting rugby union and football (soccer).

Name Location Type Notes
Bidvest Stadium Johannesburg, Gauteng Football stadium
BIDVest Wanderers Stadium Johannesburg, Gauteng Cricket stadium
De Beers Diamond Oval Kimberley, Northern Cape Cricket stadium
Emirates Airline Park Johannesburg, Gauteng Rugby union stadium
Free State Stadium Bloemfontein, Free State Cricket stadium
FNB Stadium Johannesburg, Gauteng Football stadium
Jonsson Kings Park Stadium Durban, KwaZulu-Natal Rugby union stadium
Mangaung Oval Bloemfontein, Free State Cricket stadium
Newlands Stadium Cape Town, Western Cape Rugby stadium
PPC Newlands Cape Town, Western Cape Cricket stadium
Sahara Stadium Kingsmead Durban, KwaZulu-Natal Cricket stadium
Sahara Willowmoore Park Benoni, Gauteng, Gauteng Cricket stadium
Senwes Park Potchefstroom, North West Cricket stadium
St George's Park Cricket Ground Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape Cricket stadium
SuperSport Park Centurion, Gauteng Cricket stadium
Ticketpro Dome Johannesburg, Gauteng Multi-purpose indoor arena


Name Location Type Notes
Abanca Riazor A Coruña Football stadium
Abanca Balaidos Vigo Football stadium
Visit Mallorca Stadium Palma de Mallorca Football stadium
Civitas Metropolitano Madrid Football stadium
Reale Seguros Stadium San Sebastián Football stadium
WIZink Center Madrid Multi-purpose indoor arena
Spotify Camp Nou Barcelona Football stadium


Name Location Type Notes
A3 Arena Umeå Ice hockey arena
ABB Arena Västerås Multi-purpose indoor arena
AXA Sports Center Södertälje Ice hockey arena
Behrn Arena Örebro Football stadium
Catena Arena Ängelholm Ice hockey arena
Coop Norrbotten Arena Luleå Ice hockey arena
Eleda Stadion Malmö Football stadium
Ericsson Globe Stockholm Multi-purpose indoor arena
Hägglunds Arena Örnsköldsvik Multi-purpose indoor arena
Jalas Arena Mora Multi-purpose indoor arena
Friends Arena Solna Football stadium Naming rights owned by Swedbank and donated to the Friends Foundation, a nonprofit organization heavily supported by the company.
Husqvarna Garden Jönköping Ice hockey arena
Iver Arena Västerås Multi-purpose stadium
Löfbergs Arena Karlstad Ice hockey arena
Monitor ERP Arena Gävle Multi-purpose indoor arena
NHC Arena Timrå Ice hockey arena
Norrporten Arena Sundsvall Multi-purpose stadium
PEAB Arena Nyköping Ice hockey arena
Saab Arena Linköping Multi-purpose indoor arena
Skellefteå Kraft Arena Skellefteå Ice hockey arena
Tegera Arena Leksand Ice hockey arena
Tele2 Arena Stockholm Multi-purpose stadium
Udominate Arena Umeå Multi-purpose indoor arena
Umeå Energi Arena Umeå Multi-purpose stadium
Visma Arena Växjö Football stadium


Name Location Type Notes
BCF Arena Fribourg Hockey stadium
Kybunpark St. Gallen Multi-Purpose Arena
PostFinance Arena Bern Multi-purpose indoor arena
St. Galler Kantonalbank Arena Rapperswil-Jona
Stockhorn Arena Thun Multi-purpose indoor arena
Swissporarena Lucerne
Vaillant Arena Davos Hockey stadium


Name Location Type Notes
Nef Stadium Istanbul Multi-purpose stadium
Ülker Sports and Event Hall Istanbul Multi-purpose indoor arena
Vodafone Park Istanbul Football stadium
Volkswagen Arena Istanbul Istanbul Multi-purpose indoor arena

United Kingdom[edit]


Each outdoor stadium is listed by the sports or football codes that primarily use it. "Football" here refers to association football. Many stadiums are occasionally used to host matches in codes other than their primary ones.

Name Location Type Notes
Adrian Flux Arena King's Lynn, Norfolk Short oval arena
American Express Community Stadium Falmer Football stadium
Balfour Webnet Darlington Arena Darlington Football stadium
Bargain Booze Stadium Northwich Football stadium [1]
Bescot Stadium Walsall Football stadium
bet365 Stadium Stoke-on-Trent Football stadium
LNER Community Stadium York Football stadium
Bright Finance Stadium Sheffield Football stadium
Cherry Red Records Stadium Wimbledon Football stadium Name transferred from Kingsmeadow Stadium to Plough Lane with AFC Wimbledon in 2020
Coral Windows Stadium Bradford Football stadium
Colchester Community Stadium Colchester Football stadium
Crown Flatt Dewsbury Rugby stadium
DCBL Stadium Widnes Rugby and Football stadium
DW Stadium Wigan Football and rugby league stadium
EBB Stadium Aldershot Football stadium
Emirates Riverside Chester-le-Street, County Durham Cricket stadium
Emirates Old Trafford Manchester Cricket stadium
Emirates Stadium Holloway, London Football stadium
Etihad Stadium Manchester Football Stadium
Exacta Stadium Chester Football stadium The stadium's front gates and access road are in Chester, but its pitch lies in Wales.
Grattan Stadium Odsal Rugby league stadium
Halliwell Jones Stadium Warrington Rugby league stadium
Headingley Stadium Headingley Rugby and cricket stadium
Jakemans Stadium Boston Football stadium
Keepmoat Stadium Doncaster Football and rugby league stadium
Kia Oval Kennington Cricket stadium
King Power Stadium Leicester Football stadium
Kirklees Stadium Huddersfield Football and rugby league stadium
Look Local Stadium Stocksbridge Football stadium
M&S Bank Arena Liverpool Multi-purpose indoor arena
MKM Stadium Hull Football and rugby league stadium
Pirelli Stadium Burton upon Trent Football stadium
Poole Stadium Poole Greyhound and speedway track
Pride Park Stadium Derby Football Stadium
Resorts World Arena Birmingham Multi-purpose indoor arena
Ricoh Arena Coventry Football stadium
Select Car Leasing Stadium Reading Football stadium
Seward Stadium Bournemouth Football stadium Park Oldham Football Stadium The name "Sports Direct Arena" was previously used by St James' Park
StoneX Stadium Hendon, London Rugby union and athletics stadium
The O2 Greenwich, London Multi-purpose indoor arena
Utilita Arena Newcastle Newcastle Multi-purpose indoor arena
University of Bolton Stadium Bolton Football stadium The stadium was called the Reebok Stadium since it was opened in 1997, until the naming rights were bought by Macron in 2014. In 2018 the naming rights changed again to The University of Bolton.
Victoria Road Dagenham Football Stadium


Name Location Type Notes
BT Murrayfield Edinburgh Rugby Union stadium
Global Energy Stadium Dingwall Football stadium
Indodrill Stadium Alloa Football stadium
Tulloch Caledonian Stadium Inverness Football stadium
The C&G Systems Stadium Dumbarton Football stadium
Tony Macaroni Arena Livingston Football stadium


Name Location Type Notes
BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park Cardiff Rugby union stadium
Liberty Stadium Swansea Football and rugby union stadium
Millennium Stadium Cardiff Rugby union and football stadium
Stadiwm Zip World Colwyn Bay Welsh Rugby Union

United States[edit]

Stadiums are listed by their primary use; many stadiums will host events in other sports. In accordance with American English usage, "football" refers specifically to American football, and association football is called "soccer".

Name Location Type Tenants/Notes
121 Financial Ballpark Jacksonville, Florida Baseball stadium Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp
Acrisure Stadium Pittsburgh Football stadium Pittsburgh Steelers, Pittsburgh Panthers football
Addition Financial Arena Orlando, Florida Multi-purpose indoor arena UCF Knights
Adirondack Bank Center Utica, New York Multi-purpose indoor arena Utica Comets, Utica City FC
AdventHealth Stadium Rome, Georgia Baseball stadium Rome Braves
Alaska Airlines Arena Seattle Multi-purpose indoor arena Washington Huskies
Alaska Airlines Center Anchorage Multi-purpose indoor arena Alaska Anchorage Seawolves men's ice hockey
Alaska Airlines Field at Husky Stadium Seattle Football stadium Washington Huskies
Albertsons Stadium Boise, Idaho Football stadium Boise State Broncos football
Alerus Center Grand Forks, North Dakota Multi-purpose indoor arena North Dakota Fighting Hawks football
Allegiant Stadium Paradise, Nevada Football stadium Las Vegas Raiders, UNLV Rebels football
Alliant Energy Center Madison, Wisconsin Multi-purpose indoor arena Host of WIAA boys' and girls' hockey tournaments.
Alliant Energy PowerHouse Cedar Rapids, Iowa Multi-purpose indoor arena Host of Iowa State High School girls' volleyball and Dual Wrestling championships.
Allianz Field Saint Paul, Minnesota Soccer-specific stadium Minnesota United FC
Allstate Arena Rosemont, Illinois Multi-purpose indoor arena Chicago Wolves
Amalie Arena Tampa, Florida Multi-purpose indoor arena Tampa Bay Lightning
America First Event Center Cedar City, Utah Multi-purpose indoor arena Southern Utah Thunderbirds
American Airlines Center Dallas Multi-purpose indoor arena Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Stars
American Bank Center Corpus Christi, Texas Multi-purpose indoor arena Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Islanders, Corpus Christi IceRays
American Family Field Milwaukee Retractable-roof baseball stadium (MLB) Milwaukee Brewers
American Family Fields of Phoenix Phoenix, Arizona Baseball stadium Milwaukee Brewers spring training, Arizona League Brewers
Amica Mutual Pavilion Providence, Rhode Island Multi-purpose indoor arena Providence Bruins, Providence Friars men's basketball
Amway Center Orlando, Florida Multi-purpose indoor arena Orlando Magic, Orlando Solar Bears, Orlando Predators
Androscoggin Bank Colisée Lewiston, Maine Multi-purpose indoor arena Lewiston/Auburn Nordiques
Angel of the Winds Arena Everett, Washington Multi-purpose indoor arena Everett Silvertips
Apogee Stadium Denton, Texas Football stadium North Texas Mean Green football
Appalachian Power Park Charleston, West Virginia Baseball stadium Charleston Dirty Birds, Charleston Golden Eagles baseball
Arvest Ballpark Springdale, Arkansas Baseball stadium Northwest Arkansas Naturals
accesso ShoWare Center Kent, Washington Multi-purpose indoor arena Seattle Thunderbirds, Seattle Mist, Rat City Rollergirls, Tacoma Stars
AT&T Center San Antonio, Texas Multi-purpose indoor arena San Antonio Spurs, San Antonio Rampage
AT&T Field Chattanooga, Tennessee Baseball stadium Chattanooga Lookouts
AT&T Stadium Arlington, Texas Retractable-roof football stadium Dallas Cowboys, Cotton Bowl Classic
Atlantic Union Bank Center Harrisonburg, Virginia Multi-purpose indoor arena James Madison Dukes
Atlantic Union Bank Park Blacksburg, Virginia Baseball stadium Virginia Tech Hokies baseball
Atrium Health Ballpark Kannapolis, North Carolina Baseball stadium Kannapolis Cannon Ballers
Audi Field Washington, D.C. Soccer-specific stadium D.C. United, Washington Spirit (primary)
AutoZone Park Memphis, Tennessee Baseball stadium Memphis Redbirds, Memphis 901 FC
Aveva Stadium Houston Rugby-specific stadium Houston SaberCats
Avista Stadium Spokane, Washington Baseball stadium Spokane Indians
Ball Arena Denver, Colorado Multi-purpose indoor arena Colorado Avalanche, Denver Nuggets
Banc of California Stadium Los Angeles Soccer-specific stadium Los Angeles FC, Angel City FC
BancorpSouth Arena Tupelo, Mississippi Multi-purpose indoor arena
Bank of America Stadium Charlotte, North Carolina Football stadium Carolina Panthers, Charlotte FC
Bank of Colorado Arena Greeley, Colorado Multi-purpose indoor arena Northern Colorado Bears
Barclays Center Brooklyn, New York Basketball arena Brooklyn Nets, New York Islanders, New York Liberty
Baxter Arena[a] Omaha, Nebraska Multi-purpose indoor arena Omaha Mavericks
BayCare Ballpark Clearwater, Florida Baseball stadium Clearwater Threshers, Philadelphia Phillies (spring training)
Bert Ogden Arena[b] Edinburg, Texas Multi-purpose indoor arena Rio Grande Valley Vipers
Bethpage Federal Credit Union Stadium Brookville, New York Multi-purpose stadium LIU Sharks
Blue Bell Park College Station, Texas Baseball stadium Texas A&M Aggies baseball
Blue Cross Arena Rochester, New York Multi-purpose indoor arena Rochester Americans, Rochester Knighthawks
BMO Harris Bank Center Rockford, Illinois Multi-purpose indoor arena Rockford IceHogs
Bojangles' Coliseum Charlotte, North Carolina Multi-purpose indoor arena Charlotte Checkers
BOK Center Tulsa, Oklahoma Multi-purpose indoor arena Tulsa Oilers
Bon Secours Wellness Arena Greenville, South Carolina Multi-purpose indoor arena Greenville Swamp Rabbits
Bridgestone Arena Nashville, Tennessee Multi-purpose indoor arena Nashville Predators
Brookshire Grocery Arena Bossier City, Louisiana Multi-purpose indoor arena
Budweiser Events Center Loveland, Colorado Multi-purpose indoor arena Colorado Eagles
Busch Stadium St. Louis, Missouri Baseball stadium (MLB) St. Louis Cardinals
Cable Dahmer Arena Independence, Missouri Multi-purpose indoor arena Kansas City Comets, Kansas City Mavericks, Kansas City Force
Calsonic Arena Shelbyville, Tennessee Multi-purpose indoor arena
Camping World Stadium Orlando, Florida Football stadium Citrus Bowl
Canvas Stadium Fort Collins, Colorado Football stadium Colorado State Rams football
Capital One Arena Washington, D.C. Multi-purpose indoor arena Washington Capitals, Washington Wizards, Georgetown Hoyas men's basketball
SECU Stadium College Park, Maryland Football stadium Maryland Terrapins football, Maryland Terrapins men's lacrosse
CarShield Field O'Fallon, Missouri Baseball stadium River City Rascals
Casino Arizona Field Tempe, Arizona Soccer-specific stadium Phoenix Rising FC
Caesars Superdome New Orleans Domed football stadium New Orleans Saints (Also occasionally used for basketball.)
CEFCU Stadium San Jose, California Football stadium San Jose State Spartans football (Also used for soccer at various times.)
Centene Stadium Great Falls, Montana Baseball stadium Great Falls Voyagers
Centennial Bank Stadium Jonesboro, Arkansas Football stadium Arkansas State Red Wolves football
Center Parc Stadium Atlanta Football stadium[c] Georgia State Panthers football
CFSB Center Murray, Kentucky Multi-purpose indoor arena Murray State Racers
Charles Schwab Field Omaha Omaha, Nebraska Baseball stadium No regular team; annual site of the Men's College World Series. Also used for football.
Chase Center San Francisco Multi-purpose indoor arena Golden State Warriors
Chase Field Phoenix Retractable-roof baseball stadium (MLB) Arizona Diamondbacks (Also occasionally used for football and basketball)
CHI Health Center Omaha Omaha, Nebraska Multi-purpose indoor arena Creighton Bluejays men's basketball
Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark Oklahoma City Baseball stadium Oklahoma City Dodgers
Children's Mercy Park Kansas City, Kansas Soccer-specific stadium Sporting Kansas City, Kansas City Current
Choctaw Stadium[d] Arlington, Texas Football stadium[e] Dallas Renegades, North Texas SC
CHS Field Saint Paul, Minnesota Baseball stadium St. Paul Saints
Chukchansi Park Fresno, California Baseball stadium Fresno Grizzlies
Cintas Center Cincinnati Multi-purpose indoor arena Xavier Musketeers
Citi Field Flushing, New York Baseball stadium (MLB) New York Mets
Citizens Bank Park Philadelphia Baseball stadium (MLB) Philadelphia Phillies
CityNational Arena Las Vegas, Nevada Hockey-specific indoor arena Vegas Golden Knights team headquarters and practice facility, UNLV Rebels hockey
Classic Park[f] Eastlake, Ohio Baseball stadium Lake County Captains
Climate Pledge Arena[g] Seattle Multi-purpose indoor arena Seattle Kraken, Seattle Storm
Clipper Magazine Stadium Lancaster, Pennsylvania Baseball stadium Lancaster Barnstormers
Clover Park Port St. Lucie, Florida Baseball stadium St. Lucie Mets
Clover Stadium Pomona, New York Baseball stadium New York Boulders, Dominican Chargers, St. Thomas Aquinas Spartans, Nyack Warriors
Coca-Cola Park Allentown, Pennsylvania Baseball stadium Lehigh Valley IronPigs
Colonial Life Arena Columbia, South Carolina Multi-purpose indoor arena South Carolina Gamecocks
Comerica Center Frisco, Texas Multi-purpose indoor arena Texas Legends, Dallas Stars practice facility
Comerica Park Detroit Baseball stadium (MLB) Detroit Tigers
Constellation Field Sugar Land, Texas Baseball stadium Sugar Land Space Cowboys
Cool Insuring Arena Glens Falls, New York Multi-purpose indoor arena Adirondack Thunder
Coolray Field Lawrenceville, Georgia Baseball stadium Gwinnett Stripers
Coors Field Denver Baseball stadium (MLB) Colorado Rockies
Corn Crib Normal, Illinois Baseball stadium Normal CornBelters
Covelli Centre Youngstown, Ohio Multi-purpose indoor arena Youngstown Phantoms
Cox Pavilion Las Vegas, Nevada Multi-purpose indoor arena UNLV Rebels women's basketball & volleyball
Cross Insurance Arena Portland, Maine Multi-purpose indoor arena Maine Mariners
Cross Insurance Center Bangor, Maine Multi-purpose indoor arena Maine Black Bears Arena Los Angeles, California Multi-purpose indoor arena Los Angeles Clippers, Los Angeles Kings, Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Sparks
CURE Insurance Arena Trenton, New Jersey Multi-purpose indoor arena Jersey Flight
Day Air Ballpark Dayton, Ohio Baseball stadium Dayton Dragons
DCU Center Worcester, Massachusetts Multi-purpose indoor arena Worcester Railers
Dehler Park Billings, Montana Baseball stadium Billings Mustangs
Dell Diamond Round Rock, Texas Baseball stadium Round Rock Express
Delta Dental Stadium Manchester, New Hampshire Baseball stadium New Hampshire Fisher Cats
Denny Sanford Premier Center Sioux Falls, South Dakota Multi-purpose indoor arena Sioux Falls Stampede; also host to the Summit League men's and women's basketball tournaments
Desert Financial Arena Tempe, Arizona Multi-purpose indoor arena Arizona State Sun Devils
Dickies Arena Fort Worth, Texas Multi-purpose indoor arena Panther City Lacrosse Club; site of annual Fort Worth Stock and Rodeo. Also used for PBR World Finals.
Dick's Sporting Goods Park Commerce City, Colorado Soccer-specific stadium Colorado Rapids[1]
Dignity Health Event Center Bakersfield, California Basketball arena Bakersfield Jam
Dignity Health Sports Park Carson, California Soccer-specific stadium LA Galaxy, San Diego State Aztecs football (2020–2021)
Dollar Loan Center Henderson, Nevada Multi-purpose indoor arena Henderson Silver Knights; also hosts the Big West Conference men's and women's basketball tournaments
Dort Federal Credit Union Event Center Flint, Michigan Multi-purpose indoor arena Flint Firebirds
Dow Diamond Midland, Michigan Baseball stadium Great Lakes Loons
Dow Event Center Saginaw, Michigan Multi-purpose indoor arena Saginaw Spirit
Dozer Park[h] Peoria, Illinois Baseball stadium Peoria Chiefs
DRV PNK Stadium[i] Fort Lauderdale, Florida Soccer-specific stadium Inter Miami CF, Inter Miami CF II
DuPage Medical Group Field Joliet, Illinois Baseball stadium Joliet Slammers
Dunkin' Park Hartford, Connecticut Baseball stadium Hartford Yard Goats
EagleBank Arena Fairfax, Virginia Multi-purpose indoor arena George Mason Patriots
Empower Field at Mile High Denver, Colorado Football stadium Denver Broncos
Enterprise Center St. Louis Multi-purpose indoor arena St. Louis Blues; also hosts the Missouri Valley Conference men's basketball tournament
Erie Insurance Arena Erie, Pennsylvania Multi-purpose indoor arena Erie Otters, Erie BayHawks
Exploria Stadium Orlando, Florida Soccer-specific stadium Orlando City SC, Orlando Pride
ExtraMile Arena Boise, Idaho Multi-purpose indoor arena Boise State Broncos
Fairfield Properties Ballpark Central Islip, New York Baseball stadium Long Island Ducks
FBC Mortgage Stadium Orlando, Florida Football stadium UCF Knights football
FedExField Landover, Maryland Football stadium Washington Commanders
FedExForum Memphis, Tennessee Multi-purpose indoor arena Memphis Grizzlies, Memphis Tigers men's basketball
FedExPark Memphis, Tennessee Baseball stadium Memphis Tigers baseball
Fifth Third Arena Cincinnati Multi-purpose indoor arena Cincinnati Bearcats
Fifth Third Bank Stadium Kennesaw, Georgia Soccer-specific stadium Kennesaw State Owls football & women's soccer, Atlanta United 2
Fifth Third Field Toledo, Ohio Baseball stadium Toledo Mud Hens
Findlay Toyota Center Prescott Valley, Arizona Multi-purpose indoor arena Northern Arizona Suns
First Arena Elmira, New York Multi-purpose indoor arena Elmira Enforcers
FirstEnergy Stadium Cleveland, Ohio Football stadium Cleveland Browns (Also occasionally used for soccer)
FirstEnergy Stadium Reading, Pennsylvania Baseball stadium Reading Fightin Phils
First National Bank Arena Jonesboro, Arkansas Multi-purpose indoor arena Arkansas State Red Wolves
First National Bank Field Greensboro, North Carolina Baseball stadium Greensboro Grasshoppers
First Horizon Park Nashville, Tennessee Baseball stadium Nashville Sounds
Fiserv Forum Milwaukee, Wisconsin Multi-purpose indoor arena Milwaukee Bucks, Marquette Golden Eagles men's basketball
Fluor Field at the West End Greenville, South Carolina Baseball stadium Greenville Drive
FNB Field Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Baseball stadium Harrisburg Senators
Footprint Center Phoenix, Arizona Multi-purpose indoor arena Phoenix Suns, Arizona Rattlers
Ford Arena Beaumont, Texas Multi-purpose indoor arena Naming also covers a 221-acre complex named Ford Park which includes the 9,500-seat arena, an 18,000 seat amphitheater, a softball field complex.[5]
Ford Center Evansville, Indiana Multi-purpose indoor arena Evansville Purple Aces, Evansville Thunderbolts
Ford Center at The Star Frisco, Texas Domed football stadium Dallas Cowboys practice facility, Frisco Independent School District (high school football), Dallas Rattlers; also current host of the Conference USA men's and women's basketball tournaments
Ford Field Detroit Domed football stadium Detroit Lions
Founders Park Columbia, South Carolina Baseball stadium South Carolina Gamecocks baseball
Four Winds Field at Coveleski Stadium South Bend, Indiana Baseball stadium South Bend Cubs
Gainbridge Fieldhouse Indianapolis Multi-purpose indoor arena Indiana Pacers, Indiana Fever
Gas South Arena Duluth, Georgia Multi-purpose indoor arena Atlanta Gladiators, Georgia Swarm
Gesa Stadium Pasco, Washington Baseball stadium Tri-City Dust Devils
GCS Ballpark Sauget, Illinois Baseball stadium Gateway Grizzlies
Giant Center Hershey, Pennsylvania Multi-purpose indoor arena Hershey Bears
Gila River Arena Glendale, Arizona Multi-purpose indoor arena Arizona Coyotes
Gillette Stadium Foxborough, Massachusetts Football stadium New England Patriots, New England Revolution
Globe Life Field Arlington, Texas Baseball stadium Texas Rangers
Golden 1 Center Sacramento, California Multi-purpose indoor arena Sacramento Kings
Great American Ball Park Cincinnati Baseball stadium (MLB) Cincinnati Reds
Great Southern Bank Arena Springfield, Missouri Multi-purpose indoor arena Missouri State Bears
Greater Nevada Field Reno, Nevada Baseball stadium Reno Aces, Reno 1868 FC (2017–2020)
Greater Zion Stadium[j] St. George, Utah Football stadium Utah Tech Trailblazers
Grossinger Motors Arena Bloomington, Illinois Multi-purpose indoor arena Illinois State Redbirds
Guaranteed Rate Field Chicago Baseball stadium (MLB) Chicago White Sox
Hancock Whitney Stadium Mobile, Alabama Football stadium South Alabama Jaguars football; also hosts the Senior Bowl all-star game
Hanover Insurance Park at Fitton Field Worcester, Massachusetts Baseball stadium Holy Cross Crusaders, Worcester Bravehearts
Hard Rock Stadium Miami Gardens, Florida Football Stadium and Formula 1 Track Miami Dolphins, Miami Hurricanes football; also used for tennis since 2019
Harrah's Cherokee Center Asheville, North Carolina Multi-purpose indoor arena Asheville Championship
H-E-B Center at Cedar Park Cedar Park, Texas Multi-purpose indoor arena Austin Spurs, Texas Stars
H-E-B Park Edinburg, Texas Soccer-specific stadium Rio Grande Valley FC Toros
Heart Health Park Sacramento, California Soccer-specific stadium Sacramento Republic FC
Heritage Bank Center Cincinnati Multi-purpose indoor arena Cincinnati Cyclones
Heritage Financial Park Wappingers Falls, New York Baseball stadium Hudson Valley Renegades
Hertz Arena Estero, Florida Multi-purpose indoor arena Florida Everblades
Highmark Stadium Orchard Park, New York Football stadium Buffalo Bills
Highmark Stadium Pittsburgh Soccer-specific stadium Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC
Honda Center Anaheim, California Multi-purpose indoor arena Anaheim Ducks
HTC Center[k] Conway, South Carolina Multi-purpose indoor arena Coastal Carolina Chanticleers
Huntington Bank Stadium Minneapolis Football stadium Minnesota Golden Gophers football
Huntington Center Toledo, Ohio Multi-purpose indoor arena Toledo Walleye
Huntington Park Columbus, Ohio Baseball stadium Columbus Clippers
Idaho Central Arena Boise, Idaho Multi-purpose indoor arena Idaho Steelheads, Treasure Valley Rollergirls
Idaho Central Credit Union Arena Moscow, Idaho Multi-purpose indoor arena Idaho Vandals
Impact Field Rosemont, Illinois Baseball stadium Chicago Dogs
Indiana Farmers Coliseum Indianapolis Multi-purpose indoor arena Indy Fuel, IUPUI Jaguars men's basketball
InfoCision Stadium–Summa Field Akron, Ohio Football stadium Akron Zips football
Innovative Field Rochester, New York Baseball stadium Rochester Red Wings
Intrust Bank Arena Wichita, Kansas Multi-purpose indoor arena Wichita Thunder, Wichita State Shockers men's basketball (alternate)
Izod Center East Rutherford, New Jersey Multi-purpose indoor arena
Jackson Field Lansing, Michigan Baseball stadium Lansing Lugnuts
Jersey Mike's Arena Piscataway, New Jersey Multi-purpose indoor arena Rutgers Scarlet Knights
JetBlue Park at Fenway South Fort Myers, Florida Baseball stadium Boston Red Sox spring training, Gulf Coast League Red Sox
Jimmy John's Field Utica, Michigan Baseball stadium United Shore Professional Baseball League
JMA Wireless Dome Syracuse, New York Multi-purpose domed stadium (football, basketball, lacrosse) Syracuse Orange
Jones AT&T Stadium Lubbock, Texas Football stadium Texas Tech Red Raiders football
Kaseya Center Miami, Florida Multi-purpose indoor arena Miami Heat
Kaiser Permanente Arena Santa Cruz, California Multi-purpose indoor arena Santa Cruz Warriors
Kentucky Proud Park[l] Lexington, Kentucky Baseball stadium Kentucky Wildcats baseball
KeyBank Center Buffalo, New York Multi-purpose indoor arena Buffalo Sabres
KFC Yum! Center Louisville, Kentucky Multi-purpose indoor arena Louisville Cardinals
Kia Forum Inglewood, California Multi-purpose indoor arena
Klöckner Stadium Charlottesville, Virginia Soccer and lacrosse stadium Virginia Cavaliers
Kroger Field Lexington, Kentucky Football stadium Kentucky Wildcats football
Landers Center Southaven, Mississippi Multi-purpose indoor arena Memphis Hustle
Las Vegas Ballpark[m] Summerlin, Nevada Baseball stadium Las Vegas Aviators
Legacy Arena[n] Birmingham, Alabama Multi-purpose indoor arena Birmingham Squadron
The Legacy Center[o] Lake Charles, Louisiana Multi-purpose indoor arena McNeese Cowboys and Cowgirls
Leidos Field at Ripken Stadium Aberdeen, Maryland Baseball stadium Aberdeen IronBirds
Levi's Stadium Santa Clara, California Football stadium (NFL) San Francisco 49ers
Lifeguard Arena Henderson, Nevada Hockey-specific indoor arena Henderson Silver Knights team headquarters and practice facility
Lincoln Financial Field Philadelphia Football stadium Philadelphia Eagles, Temple Owls football; also most common site for the Army–Navy Game in college football
Little Caesars Arena Detroit Multi-purpose indoor arena Detroit Red Wings, Detroit Pistons
LMCU Ballpark Comstock Park, Michigan Baseball stadium West Michigan Whitecaps
LoanDepot Park Miami, Florida Baseball stadium Miami Marlins
LoanMart Field Rancho Cucamonga, California Baseball stadium Rancho Cucamonga Quakes
Louisville Slugger Field Louisville, Kentucky Baseball stadium Louisville Bats Field Columbus, Ohio Soccer-specific stadium Columbus Crew
Lucas Oil Raceway Brownsburg, Indiana Auto racing facility
Lucas Oil Stadium Indianapolis Retractable-roof football stadium Indianapolis Colts, Indy Eleven. Also used occasionally for basketball.
Lumen Field Seattle Football stadium Seattle Seahawks, Seattle Sounders FC
M&T Bank Stadium Baltimore Football stadium (NFL) Baltimore Ravens
Maimonides Park Brooklyn New York Baseball stadium Brooklyn Cyclones, Rugby United New York
MassMutual Center Springfield, Massachusetts Multi-purpose indoor arena Springfield Thunderbirds
Maverik Center West Valley City, Utah Multi-purpose indoor arena Utah Grizzlies
Maverik Stadium Logan, Utah Football stadium Utah State Aggies football
Mayo Clinic Health System Event Center Mankato, Minnesota Multi-purpose indoor arena Minnesota State Mavericks
Mechanics Bank Arena Bakersfield, California Multi-purpose indoor arena Bakersfield Condors
Melaleuca Field Idaho Falls, Idaho Baseball stadium Idaho Falls Chukars
Mercedes-Benz Stadium Atlanta Retractable-roof football stadium (NFL) Atlanta Falcons. Atlanta United FC
Mercy Health Stadium Avon, Ohio Baseball stadium Lake Erie Crushers
MetLife Stadium East Rutherford, New Jersey Football stadium (NFL) New York Giants, New York Jets (Also used for soccer.)
MGM Park Biloxi, Mississippi Baseball stadium Biloxi Shuckers
Michelob Ultra Arena Las Vegas, Nevada Multi-purpose indoor arena Las Vegas Aces
Minute Maid Park Houston Retractable-roof baseball stadium (MLB) Houston Astros
Mirabito Stadium Binghamton, New York Baseball stadium Binghamton Rumble Ponies
Moda Center Portland, Oregon Multi-purpose indoor arena Portland Trail Blazers
Modern Woodmen Park Davenport, Iowa Baseball stadium Quad Cities River Bandits
Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania Multi-purpose indoor arena Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins
Momentum Bank Ballpark Midland, Texas Baseball stadium Midland RockHounds
Mountain Health Arena Huntington, West Virginia Multi-purpose indoor arena
Muncy Bank Ballpark at Historic Bowman Field Williamsport, Pennsylvania Baseball stadium Williamsport Crosscutters; also annual site of MLB Little League Classic
MUSC Health Stadium Charleston, South Carolina Soccer-specific stadium Charleston Battery
Nationwide Arena Columbus, Ohio Multi-purpose indoor arena Columbus Blue Jackets, Columbus Destroyers
NBT Bank Stadium Syracuse, New York Baseball stadium Syracuse Mets
NelsonCorp Field Clinton, Iowa Baseball stadium Clinton LumberKings
Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium Appleton, Wisconsin Baseball park Wisconsin Timber Rattlers
Newman Outdoor Field Fargo, North Dakota Baseball stadium Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks, North Dakota State Bison
Nissan Stadium Nashville, Tennessee Football stadium Tennessee Titans, Tennessee State Tigers football (part-time), Nashville SC (temporary)
Northwest Arena Jamestown, New York Multi-purpose indoor arena Jamestown Rebels
Northwestern Medicine Field Geneva, Illinois Baseball stadium Kane County Cougars
NOW Arena Hoffman Estates, Illinois Multi-purpose indoor arena Windy City Bulls
NRG Stadium Houston Retractable-roof football stadium Houston Texans (Occasionally used for soccer and basketball.)
OceanFirst Bank Center West Long Branch, New Jersey Multi-purpose indoor arena Monmouth Hawks
Ogren Park at Allegiance Field Missoula, Montana Baseball stadium Missoula PaddleHeads
ONEOK Field Tulsa, Oklahoma Baseball stadium Tulsa Drillers, FC Tulsa
Oracle Park San Francisco Baseball stadium (MLB) San Francisco Giants (Also occasionally used for football.)
Ozinga Field Crestwood, Illinois Baseball stadium Windy City ThunderBolts
Parkview Field Fort Wayne, Indiana Baseball stadium Fort Wayne TinCaps
Paycom Center Oklahoma City Multi-purpose indoor arena Oklahoma City Thunder
Paycor Stadium Cincinnati, Ohio Football stadium (NFL) Cincinnati Bengals
Payne Arena Hidalgo, Texas Multi-purpose indoor arena RGV Barracudas FC
PayPal Park San Jose, California Soccer-specific stadium San Jose Earthquakes
Pechanga Arena San Diego Multi-purpose indoor arena San Diego Gulls
Peoples Natural Gas Field Altoona, Pennsylvania Baseball stadium Altoona Curve
People's United Center Hamden, Connecticut Multi-purpose indoor arena Quinnipiac Bobcats
Petco Park San Diego Baseball stadium (MLB) San Diego Padres
Pinnacle Bank Arena Lincoln, Nebraska Multi-purpose indoor arena Nebraska Cornhuskers
PNC Arena Raleigh, North Carolina Multi-purpose indoor arena Carolina Hurricanes, NC State Wolfpack men's basketball
PNC Field Birmingham, Alabama Soccer-specific stadium UAB Blazers; formerly Birmingham Legion FC
PNC Field Moosic, Pennsylvania Baseball stadium Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders
PNC Park Pittsburgh Baseball stadium (MLB) Pittsburgh Pirates
PNC Stadium Houston Multi-purpose outdoor stadium Houston Dynamo FC, Houston Dash, Texas Southern Tigers football
Polar Park Worcester, Massachusetts Baseball stadium Worcester Red Sox
PPG Paints Arena Pittsburgh Multi-purpose indoor arena Pittsburgh Penguins
PPL Center Allentown, Pennsylvania Multi-purpose indoor aren Lehigh Valley Phantoms
Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field East Hartford, Connecticut Football stadium UConn Huskies football
Principal Park Des Moines, Iowa Baseball stadium Iowa Cubs
Progressive Field Cleveland, Ohio Baseball stadium (MLB) Cleveland Guardians
Protective Stadium Birmingham, Alabama Football stadium UAB Blazers football, Birmingham Legion FC, 2022 USFL season
Providence Park Portland, Oregon Multi-purpose outdoor stadium Portland Timbers, Portland Thorns FC, Portland State Vikings football (part-time)
Provident Credit Union Event Center San Jose, California Multi-purpose indoor arena San Jose State Spartans
Provost Umphrey Stadium Beaumont, Texas Football stadium [6][7] Lamar Cardinals football (Stadium occasionally used for concerts and other large gatherings.)
Prudential Center Newark, New Jersey Multi-purpose indoor arena New Jersey Devils, Seton Hall Pirates men's basketball
Q2 Stadium Austin, Texas Soccer-specific stadium Austin FC
Raising Cane's River Center Arena Baton Rouge, Louisiana Multi-purpose indoor arena
Raymond James Stadium Tampa, Florida Football stadium Tampa Bay Buccaneers, South Florida Bulls football
Red Bull Arena[p] Harrison, New Jersey Soccer-specific stadium New York Red Bulls, Sky Blue FC
Regency Furniture Stadium Waldorf, Maryland Baseball stadium Southern Maryland Blue Crabs
Regions Field Birmingham, Alabama Baseball stadium Birmingham Barons
Rent One Park Marion, Illinois Baseball stadium Southern Illinois Miners, Canadian Wild
Reser Stadium[q] Corvallis, Oregon Football stadium Oregon State Beavers football
Richmond County Bank Ballpark Staten Island, New York Baseball stadium Staten Island Yankees
Rio Rancho Events Center Rio Rancho, New Mexico Multi-purpose indoor arena New Mexico Runners
Rio Tinto Stadium Sandy, Utah Soccer-specific stadium Real Salt Lake, Utah Royals FC (2018–2020), occasional rugby matches
Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse Cleveland, Ohio Multi-purpose indoor arena Cleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Monsters
Ron Tonkin Field Hillsboro, Oregon Baseball stadium Hillsboro Hops
Royal Farms Arena Baltimore Multi-purpose indoor arena Baltimore Brigade
RP Funding Center Lakeland, Florida Multi-purpose indoor arena Lakeland Magic
S&T Bank Arena Indiana, Pennsylvania Multi-purpose indoor arena IUP Crimson Hawks men's & women's ice hockey
Sahlen Field Buffalo, New York Baseball stadium Buffalo Bisons, Toronto Blue Jays
Salt River Fields at Talking Stick Salt River Pima–Maricopa Indian Community, Arizona Baseball stadium complex Arizona Diamondbacks & Colorado Rockies spring training, Arizona League Diamondbacks, Salt River Rafters
Sames Auto Arena Laredo, Texas Multi-purpose indoor arena
San Manuel Stadium San Bernardino, California Baseball stadium Inland Empire 66ers
Sanford Pentagon Sioux Falls, South Dakota Multi-purpose indoor arena Sioux Falls Skyforce
Santa Ana Star Field Albuquerque, New Mexico Baseball stadium New Mexico Lobos baseball
Santander Arena Reading, Pennsylvania Multi-purpose indoor arena Reading Royals
SAP Center at San Jose San Jose, California Multi-purpose indoor arena San Jose Sharks, San Jose Barracuda
Save Mart Center Fresno, California Multi-purpose indoor arena Fresno State Bulldogs
SeatGeek Stadium Bridgeview, Illinois Soccer-specific stadium Chicago Red Stars
SEFCU Arena Albany, New York Multi-purpose indoor arena Albany Great Danes
Segra Field Leesburg, Virginia Soccer-specific stadium Loudoun United FC, Washington Spirit (secondary)
Segra Park Columbia, South Carolina Baseball stadium Columbia Fireflies
Segra Stadium Fayetteville, North Carolina Baseball stadium Fayetteville Woodpeckers
SHI Stadium Piscataway, New Jersey Football stadium Rutgers Scarlet Knights football
Simmons Bank Arena North Little Rock, Arkansas Multi-purpose indoor arena
Simmons Bank Liberty Stadium Memphis, Tennessee Football stadium Memphis Tigers football; also hosts the Liberty Bowl game
Simplot Stadium Caldwell, Idaho Football stadium College of Idaho Coyotes football
Sloan Park[r] Mesa, Arizona Baseball stadium Chicago Cubs spring training, Arizona League Cubs, Mesa Solar Sox
Smith's Ballpark Salt Lake City Baseball stadium Salt Lake Bees, Utah Utes baseball
Smoothie King Center New Orleans Multi-purpose indoor arena New Orleans Pelicans
Snapdragon Stadium San Diego college football stadium San Diego State Aztecs football
SoFi Stadium Inglewood, California Football stadium (NFL) Los Angeles Rams, Los Angeles Chargers
Southwest University Park El Paso, Texas Baseball stadium El Paso Chihuahuas, El Paso Locomotive FC
Spectrum Center Charlotte, North Carolina Multi-purpose indoor arena Charlotte Hornets
SRP Park North Augusta, South Carolina Baseball stadium Augusta GreenJackets
State Farm Arena Atlanta Multi-purpose indoor arena Atlanta Hawks
State Farm Center Champaign, Illinois Multi-purpose indoor arena Illinois Fighting Illini
State Farm Stadium Glendale, Arizona Football stadium with retractable roof and retractable playing surface Arizona Cardinals (Also used occasionally for soccer.)
Subaru Park Chester, Pennsylvania Soccer-specific stadium Philadelphia Union, Philadelphia Union II
Suncoast Credit Union Arena Fort Myers, Florida Multi-purpose indoor arena Florida SouthWestern Buccaneers
Sutter Health Park West Sacramento, California Baseball stadium Sacramento River Cats
T-Mobile Arena Las Vegas, Nevada Multi-purpose indoor arena Vegas Golden Knights
T-Mobile Center Kansas City, Missouri Multi-purpose indoor arena Big 12 men's basketball tournament
T-Mobile Park Seattle Retractable-roof baseball stadium (MLB) Seattle Mariners
TaxSlayer Center Moline, Illinois Multi-purpose indoor arena Quad City Steamwheelers, Quad City Storm; also current host of the Missouri Valley Conference women's basketball tournament
Target Center Minneapolis Multi-purpose indoor arena Minnesota Timberwolves, Minnesota Lynx
Target Field Minneapolis Baseball stadium (MLB) Minnesota Twins
TD Arena Charleston, South Carolina Multi-purpose indoor arena Charleston Cougars
TD Bank Ballpark Bridgewater, New Jersey Baseball stadium Somerset Patriots
TD Ballpark Dunedin, Florida Baseball stadium Dunedin Blue Jays
TD Garden Boston Multi-purpose indoor arena Boston Bruins, Boston Celtics
TDECU Stadium Houston Football stadium Houston Cougars football
Thomas More Stadium Florence, Kentucky Baseball stadium Florence Y'alls
TIAA Bank Field Jacksonville, Florida Football stadium (NFL) Jacksonville Jaguars Field Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Baseball stadium Myrtle Beach Pelicans
Times Union Center Albany, New York Multi-purpose indoor arena Albany Empire, Siena Saints men's basketball
Total Mortgage Arena Bridgeport, Connecticut Multi-purpose indoor arena Bridgeport Sound Tigers, Fairfield Stags
Town Toyota Center Wenatchee, Washington Multi-purpose indoor arena Wenatchee Valley Skyhawks, Wenatchee Wild
Toyota Arena Ontario, California Multi-purpose indoor arena Ontario Reign, Agua Caliente Clippers
Toyota Center Houston Multi-purpose indoor arena Houston Rockets
Toyota Center Kennewick, Washington Multi-purpose indoor arena Tri-City Americans
Toyota Field Madison, Alabama Baseball stadium Rocket City Trash Pandas
Toyota Field San Antonio, Texas Soccer-specific stadium San Antonio FC
Toyota Sports Center El Segundo, California Multi-purpose indoor arena Los Angeles Kings Practice Facility, Ontario Reign Practice Facility
Toyota Stadium Georgetown, Kentucky Football stadium Georgetown Tigers
Toyota Stadium Frisco, Texas Soccer-specific stadium FC Dallas; also used for football, most notably the NCAA Division I Football Championship game in FCS football.
TQL Stadium Cincinnati, Ohio Soccer-specific stadium FC Cincinnati
Tropicana Field St. Petersburg, Florida Domed baseball stadium (MLB) Tampa Bay Rays
Truist Arena Highland Heights, Kentucky Multi-purpose indoor arena Northern Kentucky Norse
Truist Field Charlotte, North Carolina Baseball stadium Charlotte Knights
Truist Field at Wake Forest Winston-Salem, North Carolina Football stadium Wake Forest Demon Deacons football
Truist Park Cumberland, Georgia Baseball stadium (MLB) Atlanta Braves
Truist Point High Point, North Carolina Baseball stadium High Point Rockers
Truist Stadium Winston-Salem, North Carolina Baseball stadium Winston-Salem Dash
Trustmark Park Pearl, Mississippi Baseball stadium Mississippi Braves
TVA Credit Union Ballpark Johnson City, Tennessee Baseball stadium Johnson City Doughboys. Tri-Cities Otters
UBS Arena Elmont, New York Multi-purpose indoor arena New York Islanders
UCCU Center Orem, Utah Multi-purpose indoor arena Utah Valley Wolverines
UCHealth Park Colorado Springs, Colorado Baseball stadium Rocky Mountain Vibes
UFCU Disch–Falk Field Austin, Texas Baseball stadium (college) Texas Longhorns baseball
Uni-Trade Stadium Laredo, Texas Baseball stadium Tecolotes de los Dos Laredos
United Center Chicago Multi-purpose indoor arena Chicago Blackhawks, Chicago Bulls
United Supermarkets Arena Lubbock, Texas Multi-purpose indoor arena Texas Tech Red Raiders and Lady Raiders
University Credit Union Pavilion Moraga, California Multi-purpose indoor arena Saint Mary's Gaels
UPMC Cooper Fieldhouse Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Multi-purpose indoor arena Duquesne Dukes
UPMC Events Center Moon Township, Pennsylvania Multi-purpose indoor arena Robert Morris Colonials
UPMC Park Erie, Pennsylvania Baseball stadium Erie SeaWolves
U.S. Bank Stadium Minneapolis Football stadium Minnesota Vikings
U.S. Steel Yard Gary, Indiana Baseball stadium Gary SouthShore RailCats
Utz Arena York, Pennsylvania Multi-purpose indoor arena
Value City Arena Columbus, Ohio Multi-purpose indoor arena Ohio State Buckeyes
Viejas Arena San Diego Multi-purpose indoor arena San Diego State Aztecs
Visa Athletic Center Lake Buena Vista, Florida Multi-purpose indoor arena
Vivint Smart Home Arena Salt Lake City Multi-purpose indoor arena Utah Jazz
VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena Jacksonville, Florida Multi-purpose indoor arena Jacksonville Icemen
WakeMed Soccer Park Cary, North Carolina Soccer-specific stadium North Carolina FC, North Carolina Courage
Warrior Ice Arena Brighton, Boston, Massachusetts Ice hockey arena Boston Pride
Watsco Center Coral Gables, Florida Multi-purpose indoor arena Miami Hurricanes
W.B. Mason Stadium Easton, Massachusetts Football stadium Stonehill Skyhawks
WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca Monterey, California Road racing course
Weidner Field Colorado Springs, Colorado Soccer-specific stadium Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC
Wells Fargo Arena Des Moines, Iowa Multi-purpose indoor arena Iowa Wolves
Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia Multi-purpose indoor arena Philadelphia Flyers, Philadelphia 76ers, Philadelphia Soul, Villanova Wildcats men's basketball (part-time)
WellSpan Park York, Pennsylvania Baseball stadium York Revolution
Werner Park Papillion, Nebraska Baseball stadium Omaha Storm Chasers, Union Omaha (soccer)
WesBanco Arena Wheeling, West Virginia Multi-purpose indoor arena Wheeling Nailers
Whataburger Field Corpus Christi, Texas Baseball stadium Corpus Christi Hooks
Wild Health Field Lexington, Kentucky Baseball stadium Lexington Legends
Wintrust Arena Chicago Multi-purpose indoor arena DePaul Blue Demons, Chicago Sky
Woodforest Bank Stadium Shenandoah, Texas Football stadium Regals FC
World Wide Technology Soccer Park Fenton, Missouri Soccer-specific stadium Saint Louis FC (formerly)
WRAL Soccer Center Raleigh, North Carolina Soccer-specific stadium
Xcel Energy Center Saint Paul, Minnesota Multi-purpose indoor arena Minnesota Wild
Xfinity Center College Park, Maryland Multi-purpose indoor arena Maryland Terrapins
XL Center Hartford, Connecticut Multi-purpose indoor arena UConn Huskies (part-time in basketball, full-time in men's ice hockey)
Yuengling Center Tampa, Florida Multi-purpose indoor arena South Florida Bulls
Zions Bank Stadium Herriman, Utah Soccer-specific stadium Real Monarchs, Utah Warriors (rugby)
  1. ^ Named for a regional chain of auto dealerships.
  2. ^ Named for a local chain of auto dealerships founded by Bert Ogden.
  3. ^ Originally built as Centennial Olympic Stadium for the 1996 Summer Olympics. Reconfigured in 1997 as Turner Field to serve as the home of the Atlanta Braves until 2016, when the team moved to Truist Park. Reconfigured to its current form in 2017.
  4. ^ Named for Choctaw Casinos & Resorts, owned and operated by the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma.
  5. ^ Originally a baseball park. Reconfigured for football and soccer after its original occupant, the Texas Rangers, moved to the nearby Globe Life Field.
  6. ^ Named for a local chain of auto dealerships.
  7. ^ Naming rights held by Amazon, which chose to publicize the company's climate change initiatives, as well as the arena's commitment to exclusively use renewable energy sources in its operations.
  8. ^ Naming rights owned by Caterpillar Inc.; "Dozer" refers to one of the company's most prominent products, bulldozers.
  9. ^ Naming rights held by AutoNation, which chose to promote its breast cancer awareness campaign.
  10. ^ The naming rights are held by Washington County, Utah, whose tourism agency is the Greater Zion Convention & Tourism Office.
  11. ^ Here, "HTC" is not the Taiwanese electronics company, but rather local telephone provider Horry Telephone Cooperative.
  12. ^ Naming rights owned by the Kentucky Farm Bureau and donated to the Kentucky Department of Agriculture, which uses "Kentucky Proud" as a marketing brand.
  13. ^ The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority paid $80 million for naming rights in 2018.
  14. ^ Bears the name of a locally based credit union.
  15. ^ Bears the name of the local retailer Legacy Jewelers and Legacy Fields, a farm owned by the retailer's owners.
  16. ^ Although this stadium was built for the New York Red Bulls, the stadium and the team are owned by Red Bull GmbH, the company that manufactures and sells Red Bull energy drink.
  17. ^ Although the stadium is officially named for the Reser family (donors), the name can also be interpreted as a sponsorship by Reser's Fine Foods, the company owned by the family.
  18. ^ Named for Sloan Valve Company.

Historical naming rights[edit]

Aborted naming rights deals[edit]

At least two venues had naming rights deals in place, but the deals were canceled before the name was ever officially used:

  • The University of Missouri announced that its new basketball arena, set to open in 2004, would be named Paige Sports Arena after Paige Laurie, daughter of major donors Bill and Nancy Laurie. However, when it was discovered that Paige had never earned a claimed degree from the University of Southern California, the university and the elder Lauries agreed to remove Paige's name from the venue. The facility opened as, and remains to this day, Mizzou Arena.
  • In February 2013, Florida Atlantic University announced that it had sold the naming rights to its football venue, FAU Stadium, to GEO Group, an operator of private prisons. However, the FAU football play-by-play announcer immediately dubbed the venue "Owlcatraz" (a play on the school's nickname and the infamous Alcatraz prison), and several other protests quickly followed. Due to the pressure, the school and company agreed to rescind the naming deal before it ever took effect.
  • The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum announced that the naming rights would be sold to United Airlines, renaming the stadium United Airlines Coliseum, however, after major backlash and United not wanting to change the name to anything other than the United Airlines Coliseum, the deal was cancelled and remains as the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
  • In February 2022, Citypark, home venue of the 2023 Major League Soccer expansion club St. Louis City SC, was named Centene Stadium after the St. Louis-based managed healthcare company Centene Corporation acquired the naming rights. However, in October 2022, Centene pulled out of the 15-year contract before the stadium's opening.[8]

Naming rights for closed venues[edit]

  • Allianz Stadium – Final sponsored name of the stadium historically known as Sydney Football Stadium; also previously sponsored as Aussie Stadium. Closed in October 2018 and demolished in 2019.
  • AMI Stadium in Christchurch, New Zealand – Final sponsored name of the stadium historically known as Lancaster Park; also had a sponsored name of Jade Stadium. Damaged beyond repair in the 2011 Christchurch earthquake and eventually demolished; the AMI Stadium name was transferred to the venue historically known as Rugby League Park.
  • Amway Arena in Orlando, Florida, USA (closed September 30, 2010; demolished March 25, 2012)
  • BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA (closed July 25, 2018; demolished May 31, 2019)
  • Busch Memorial Stadium in St. Louis, Missouri, USA (demolished December 8, 2005)
  • Busch Stadium (original) in St. Louis, Missouri, USA (demolished 1966)
  • Campbell's Field in Camden, New Jersey, USA (demolished December 2018)
  • Canad Inns Stadium in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (demolished August 2013)
  • Cinergy Field in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA (demolished December 29, 2002)
  • Colisée Pepsi in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada (closed September 14, 2015)
  • Compaq Center in Houston (closed as a sports facility in December 2003; now the main worship center for Lakewood Church)
  • Estadio Corona (original) in Torreón, Coahuila, Mexico (demolished November 2, 2009)
  • Houlihan's Stadium in Tampa, Florida, USA (demolished 1999)
  • Mazda CP Mine Circuit in Mine, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan (closed in February 2006, became a private testing site when it was sold to its sponsor, now Mine Proving Grounds)
  • McCain Stadium in Scarborough, England (closed May 2007; still standing, but damaged in an October 2008 fire)
  • Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada (closed on November 5, 2016; demolished October 27, 2017)
  • NRG Astrodome in Houston, Texas, USA (closed 2004)
  • RCA Dome in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA (demolished December 20, 2008)
  • SDCCU Stadium in San Diego – Final sponsored name of the stadium originally known as San Diego Stadium and later as Jack Murphy Stadium. Sponsored as Qualcomm Stadium from 1997 to 2017. Closed in March 2020 and demolished in 2021.
  • Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento, California, USA (closed December 17, 2016)
  • US Airways Arena in Landover, Maryland, USA (demolished December 15, 2002)
  • Wachovia Spectrum (originally the Spectrum; later sponsored as CoreStates Spectrum and FirstUnion Spectrum) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA (closed October 31, 2009; demolition came in 2011.)
  • WesBank Raceway in Germiston, Gauteng, South Africa (closed to be demolished)

Naming rights for venues never built[edit]

  • Arco Park in Sacramento, California, US (Started construction on foundation in 1989, however, nothing has been constructed besides concrete slabs and remnants still remain today)
  • Cisco Field in Fremont, California, and later San Jose, California, US (proposed in 2005; proposal abandoned in 2015)
  • Farmers Field in Los Angeles, California, US (proposed in 2010; proposal abandoned in 2015)
  • Labatt Park in Montreal, Quebec, Canada (proposed in 2000; proposal abandoned in 2002)
  • National Car Rental Field in St. Louis, Missouri, US (proposed in 2015; proposal abandoned in 2016 after the NFL's Rams moved back to Los Angeles)

Naming rights for future venues[edit]

Opening in 2023[edit]

Opening in 2024[edit]

Opening at an undetermined date[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d e "Top 10 Wacky Football Stadium Names". Archived from the original on 2016-03-06.
  2. ^ "Home". Allianz Stadion. Archived from the original on 2015-07-05.
  3. ^ "Stadion Narodowy w Warszawie zmienia nazwę. W nowej będzie sponsor i patron" [The National Stadium in Warsaw changes its name. There will be a sponsor and a patron in the new one]. (in Polish).
  4. ^ "Hit na Suzuki Arenie. Korona zagra z Widzewem" [Hit at the Suzuki Arena. Korona will play against Widzew]. (in Polish).
  5. ^ David Broughton (November 24, 2003). "Ford Park means arena, ballfields and more for Beaumont, Texas". American City Business Journals. Archived from the original on October 20, 2016. Retrieved October 19, 2016.
  6. ^ "$4M donation changes Cardinal Stadium to Provost Umphrey Stadium". Beaumont Enterprise. Hearst Newspapers II, LLC. November 10, 2008. Archived from the original on October 20, 2016. Retrieved October 19, 2016.
  7. ^ Beth Gallaspy (April 6, 2009). "Cardinal Stadium reborn". Lamar University. Archived from the original on July 7, 2017. Retrieved October 19, 2016. In recognition of a $3 million gift from the Beaumont-based law firm and an additional $1 million from Umphrey and his wife, Sheila, the name "Provost Umphrey Stadium" will grace the soon-to-be renovated facility where fans will cheer on the Cardinals.
  8. ^ Marrilees, Annika; Kukujan, Steph (October 25, 2022). "Centene backs out of St. Louis soccer stadium naming deal". Retrieved October 25, 2022.