The Arenas of the Major Arena Soccer League

Professional indoor/arena soccer enters its fifth decade of existence this season and the 17 teams of Major Arena Soccer League hope that there will be plenty more years of indoor success with the beautiful sport. The game might have fallen off the sports radar in...

Lee County Airport Property Eyed for Racing Complex

An auto dealer from New York is in early talks with Lee County, Florida to build two motorsports facilities on land near the Southwest Florida International Airport. Estero’s Carmine Dell Aquila, who owns a Nissan car dealership in Long Island, New York, has been noted as looking at a 400-500 acre site to build the raceways. One circuit would be dedicated to off-road racing while the other would be a paved oval.

Red Berenson Rink at Yost Ice Arena – Michigan Wolverines

Although the Yost Ice Arena originally opened in 1923 and was named after legendary Michigan Football coach Fielding Yost, The home of the Wolverines hockey program now shares its named after Red Berenson, the legendary hockey coach who racked up 848 wins from 1984 to 2017.

Donald W. Reynold Razorback Stadium – Arkansas Razorbacks

Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium is in Fayetteville, Arkansas on the campus of the University of Arkansas. The stadium is on the west side of campus and has been home to the Arkansas Razorbacks football team for over 75 years. In that timespan the Hogs have played 290 games here, and have won more than 65 percent of those contests.

Scottsdale Stadium – Scottsdale Scorpions

For all the baseball purists or baseball nerds (as we’re sometimes called), an Arizona Fall League game is just the ticket for you. Scottsdale Stadium provides lots of baseball and sports history. If in town in Oct or Nov, be sure to stop by and take in nine innings.

George V. Meehan Auditorium – Brown Bears

George V. Meehan Auditorium – Brown Bears

Brown University struggles to carve out its own identity in hockey-mad Rhode Island. Meehan Auditorium, in use for well over fifty years, gives you exactly what you would expect from an Ivy League hockey rink. It’s uniquely designed, it’s historic and the game day presentation is reserved and almost scholarly in nature. You won’t get modern amenities and a lively game day atmosphere here on Providence’s East Side, but Meehan Auditorium is one of those old barns that make hockey journeys special.

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Homewood Field – Johns Hopkins Blue Jays

Homewood Field – Johns Hopkins Blue Jays

Homewood Field is often referred to as “the Yankee Stadium of Lacrosse.” But for football it is a quieter occasion. This is not a football school; no matter the success the current football team has attained. Expect the crowd to be small. Students don’t come to football games like they do to the lacrosse games. Across campus and the area, Homewood Field is called the “lacrosse field,” not by the other sports that play on it.

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Pratt and Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field – Connecticut Huskies

Pratt and Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field – Connecticut Huskies

As the Huskies’ fortunes have faded over the past several seasons, so has the support for the team at Rentschler Field. In less than a decade attendance has fallen almost fifty percent. Rentschler Field remains a solid, if unspectacular, home for the Huskies. In New England, where only three football teams compete at the sport’s top level, a trip to East Hartford gives local fans a rare taste of big-time college football..

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Raymond Field – Acadia Axemen

Raymond Field – Acadia Axemen

Spending a full day or weekend in Wolfville is well worth your time during late summer or early fall. A wide range of sights, sounds, and activities fulfill all the senses for you and your loved ones to enjoy. Implementing a football game at Raymond Field to your agenda will satisfy any sports fan knowing how consistently competitive the team is. Overall, the fan experience is simple, welcoming, enjoyable, and not at all overwhelming…just like the town of Wolfville.

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Coca-Cola Court – Ryerson Rams

Coca-Cola Court – Ryerson Rams

Ryerson Rams basketball offers sports fans the opportunity to see a great sports property and a significantly low price in a truly iconic venue. Even Leafs fans who are not into OUA sports need to take the pilgrimage to the Mattamy Athletic Centre at the Gardens to see how well Ryerson has done in preserving this heritage site. Coca-Cola Court screams, go for the Gardens, stay for the Rams.

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George Williams Athletic Complex – Saint Augustine’s Falcons

George Williams Athletic Complex – Saint Augustine’s Falcons

In 2011 Saint Augustine’s University hosted its first ever on-campus football game at the then newly constructed George Williams Athletic Complex in Raleigh, NC – the venue holds 2,500 fans and cost $10M to build. The complex includes a field turf playing surface surrounded by a track, a scoreboard, and two main grandstands, plus a couple of much smaller grandstands behind the end zone. The press area is located in the top row on the home side, and is recognizable by the white tent above it.

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