List of sponsored sports venues

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

Present naming rights


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.

AAMI ParkMelbourneRectangular stadium
AAMI StadiumAdelaideOval stadium
Adelaide ArenaAdelaideMulti-purpose indoor arena
Allianz StadiumSydneyRectangular stadium
Allphones ArenaSydneyMulti-purpose indoor arena
ANZ StadiumSydneyMulti-purpose outdoor stadiumOpened with movable seating to accommodate both oval and rectangular fields. Set to be reconfigured as purely rectangular.
Bankwest StadiumParramatta, New South WalesRectangular stadium
Bendigo Bank StadiumMandurah, Western AustraliaOval stadium
Blundstone ArenaHobart, TasmaniaOval stadium
Brownes StadiumLathlain, Western AustraliaOval stadium
Cbus Super StadiumGold Coast, QueenslandRectangular stadium
City Mazda StadiumRichmond, South AustraliaOval stadium
Dairy Farmers StadiumTownsville, QueenslandRectangular stadium
Domain StadiumSubiaco, Western AustraliaOval stadium
GMHBA StadiumGeelong, VictoriaOval stadium
Hisense ArenaMelbourneMulti-purpose indoor arena
Holden CentreMelbourneMulti-purpose indoor arenaNow used exclusively as a sport training centre.
Hunter StadiumNewcastle, New South WalesRectangular stadium
Marvel StadiumMelbourneRetractable-roof multi-purpose stadiumMovable seating accommodates both oval and rectangular fields.
Medibank StadiumLeederville, Western AustraliaOval stadium
nib StadiumPerthRectangular stadiumFormerly an oval stadium.
Optus StadiumPerthOval stadium
Pepper StadiumPenrith, New South WalesRectangular stadium
Steel Blue OvalBassendean, Western AustraliaOval stadium
Suncorp StadiumMilton, QueenslandRectangular stadium
TIO StadiumDarwin, Northern Territory
TIO Traeger ParkAlice Springs, Northern Territory
WIN Entertainment CentreWollongong, New South WalesMulti-purpose indoor arena
WIN Jubilee OvalKogarah, New South WalesOval stadiumAlthough an oval stadium, it is primarily used for rugby league.
WIN StadiumWollongong, New South WalesRectangular stadium


Cashpoint ArenaWals-SiezenheimFootball stadium[1]
Red Bull ArenaWals-SiezenheimFootball stadium
Red Bull RingSpielbergAuto racingFormerly A1 Ring
UPC-ArenaGrazFootball stadium
Generali ArenaViennaFootball stadium
Allianz StadionViennaFootball stadiumReplaced the Gerhard Hanappi Stadium,[2]


Cristal ArenaGenkFootball stadium
Ghelamco ArenaGhentFootball stadium
Argosstadion Achter de KazerneMechelenFootball stadium


Allianz ParqueSão PauloFootball stadium
Arena Unimed/SicoobCariacica, Espírito SantoFootball stadium
Brasil Kirin ArenaItu, São PauloKart trackAlso used for motorcycle racing
Citibank Hall RJRio de JaneiroMulti-purpose indoor arena
Citibank Hall SPSão PauloMulti-purpose indoor arena
Jeunesse ArenaRio de JaneiroMulti-purpose indoor arena
Itaipava Arena Fonte NovaSalvador, BahiaFootball stadium


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

Barrie Molson CentreBarrie, OntarioMulti-purpose indoor arena
Bell MTS PlaceWinnipegMulti-purpose indoor arenaWinnipeg Jets.
BMO FieldTorontoMulti-sport stadiumToronto Argonauts and Toronto TFC.
Brandt CentreRegina, SaskatchewanMulti-purpose indoor arena
CAA CentreBrampton, OntarioMulti-purpose indoor arenaFormerly Brampton Centre for Sports and Entertainment (1998–2005)

Powerade Centre (2005–2018)

Canadian Tire CentreOttawaMulti-purpose indoor arenaOttawa Senators.
Centre Air CreebecVal-d'Or, QuébecMulti-purpose indoor arena
Centre BellMontréalMulti-purpose indoor arenaMontreal Canadians.
CN CentrePrince George, British ColumbiaMulti-purpose indoor arena
Coca-Cola ColiseumTorontoMulti-purpose indoor arenaPreviously the Ricoh coliseum (2003–2018), Toronto Marlies.
Colisée DesjardinsVictoriaville, QuébecMulti-purpose indoor arena
Credit Union CentreSaskatoon, SaskatchewanMulti-purpose indoor arena
ENMAX CentreLethbridge, AlbertaMulti-purpose indoor arena
ENMAX CentriumRed Deer, AlbertaMulti-purpose indoor arena
General Motors CentreOshawa, OntarioMulti-purpose indoor arena
IG FieldWinnipegFootball stadium (CFL, U Sports)Opened in June 2013 as Investors Group Field. Name changed in 2019 after the sponsor renamed itself as IG.
IGA StadiumMontréal, QuébecTennis stadiumPreviously Du Maurier Stadium and Uniprix Stadium.
Interior Savings CentreKamloops, British ColumbiaMulti-purpose indoor arena
The Budweiser GardensLondon, OntarioMulti-purpose indoor arenaUntil 2012, it was known as the John Labatt Centre, usually referred to as the "JLC"
K-Rock CentreKingston, OntarioMulti-purpose indoor arena
Kal Tire PlaceVernon, British ColumbiaMulti-purpose indoor arenaWas known as the Wesbild Centre until 2013
Mosaic StadiumRegina, SaskatchewanFootball stadium (CFL, U Sports)
Paramount Fine Foods CentreMississauga, OntarioMulti-purpose indoor arenaFormerly Hershey Centre (1998-2018), Mississauga Steelheads.
Prospera CentreChilliwack, British ColumbiaMulti-purpose indoor arena
Prospera PlaceKelowna, British ColumbiaMulti-purpose indoor arena
Rogers ArenaVancouver, British ColumbiaMulti-purpose indoor arenaWas known as General Motors Place until 2010
Rexall CentreTorontoTennis stadium
Rogers PlaceEdmonton, AlbertaMulti-purpose indoor arena
Rogers CentreTorontoRetractable-roof baseball stadium (MLB)Also used in the past for basketball. Formerly capable of hosting CFL and NFL games until 2016.
Saputo StadiumMontréalSoccer-specific stadiumOfficially named after the Saputo family, owner of the stadium's main occupant, the Montréal Impact. However, the name can also be interpreted as a sponsorship by Saputo, the Québec dairy products company controlled by the family.
Save-On-Foods Memorial CentreVictoria, British ColumbiaMulti-purpose indoor arena
Scotiabank ArenaTorontoMulti-purpose indoor arenaWas known as Air Canada Centre until June 30, 2018.Toronto Maple Leafs and Toronto Raptors.
Scotiabank CentreHalifaxMulti-purpose indoor arena
Scotiabank Field at Nat Bailey StadiumVancouverBaseball park
Scotiabank SaddledomeCalgaryMulti-purpose indoor arena
Shaw ParkWinnipegBaseball park
Sleeman CentreGuelph, OntarioMulti-purpose indoor arena
Steelback CentreSault Ste. Marie, OntarioMulti-purpose indoor arena
TD Place StadiumOttawaFootball stadium (CFL) and soccer stadium (USL Championship)
TD Waterhouse StadiumLondon, OntarioFootball stadium (U Sports)
Telus StadiumQuébec CityFootball stadium (U Sports)
Tim Hortons FieldHamilton, OntarioFootball stadium (CFL) and soccer stadium (CPL)
Videotron CentreQuébec City, QuébecMulti-purpose indoor arena
WFCU CentreWindsor, OntarioMulti-purpose indoor arena


Movistar ArenaSantiagoindoor arena


Cadillac ArenaBeijingMulti-purpose indoor arenaWukesong Culture & Sports Center (2008–11), MasterCard Center (2011–15), LeSports Center (2016–17), Cadillac Arena (2017–present)
Coca-Cola StadiumXi'anFootball (soccer) stadiumFrom 2005 to 2007. Now Shaanxi Province Stadium.
Mercedes-Benz ArenaShanghaiMulti-purpose indoor arena

Cook Islands

BCI StadiumAvaruaMulti-purpose stadium

Czech Republic

Generali ArenaPragueFootball stadium
O2 ArenaPragueMulti-purpose indoor arena
Tipsport ArenaPragueMulti-purpose indoor arena


NRGi ParkAarhus
TRE-FOR ParkOdense
Nordjyske ArenaAalborg
Blue Water ArenaEsbjerg
Jyske Bank BoxenHerning
Harboe Arena SlagelseSlagelse
Sydbank ParkHaderslev


Estadio Monumental Banco PichinchaGuayaquilFootball stadium
Estadio Banco de Pacífico – CapwellGuayaquilFootball stadium


A. Le Coq ArenaTallinnFootball stadium
Saku Suurhall ArenaTallinnIndoor arena


Sonera StadiumHelsinki
Hartwall ArenaHelsinkiMulti-purpose indoor arena
Isku AreenaLahti
Barona AreenaEspoo
Savon Sanomat AreenaKuopio
ISS StadionVantaa
Veritas StadionTurku


AccorHotels ArenaParisMulti-purpose indoor arena
Park&Suites ArenaMontpellierMulti-purpose indoor arena
Allianz RivieraNiceFootball stadium
Groupama StadiunDécines-CharpieuFootball stadium
Matmut StadiumVénissieux, LyonRugby union stadium
Matmut Stadium de GerlandLyonFootball and rugby union stadium
MMArenaLe MansFootball stadium
Paris La Défense ArenaNanterreMulti-purpose domed stadiumPrimary 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.
KindarenaRouenMulti-purpose indoor arena
Orange VélodromeMarseilleFootball stadiumAlso regularly used for rugby.


Name"Traditional" NameLocationTypeNotes
Allianz ArenaMunichFootball stadium
Audi SportparkIngolstadtFootball stadium
HDI-ArenaNiedersachsenstadionHanoverFootball stadium
Commerzbank-ArenaWaldstadionFrankfurtFootball stadium
Max-Morlock-StadionFrankenstadionNürnbergFootball stadium
Esprit ArenaDüsseldorfFootball stadium
VolksparkstadionVolksparkstadionHamburgFootball stadium
König Pilsener ArenaArena OberhausenOberhausenMulti-purpose indoor arena
Lanxess ArenaKölnarenaCologneMulti-purpose indoor arena
Mercedes-Benz ArenaNeckarstadionStuttgartFootball stadium
Porsche ArenaStuttgartMulti-purpose indoor arena
Red Bull ArenaZentralstadionLeipzigFootball stadium
rewirpowerSTADIONRuhrstadionBochumFootball stadium
RheinEnergieStadionMüngersdorfer StadionCologneFootball stadium
SAP ArenaMannheimMulti-purpose indoor arena
Saturn ArenaIngolstadtMulti-purpose indoor arena
Signal Iduna ParkWestfalenstadionDortmundFootball stadium
Tamiya Raceway SonnebergSonnebergRadio-controlled car circuit
TUI ArenaHanoverMulti-purpose indoor arena
Veltins-ArenaArena AufSchalkeGelsenkirchenRetractable-roof football stadium
with retractable playing surface
Volkswagen ArenaWolfsburgFootball stadium
Volkswagen HalleBraunschweigMulti-purpose indoor arena
Warsteiner HockeyParkMönchengladbachField hockey stadium


Skoda Xanthi ArenaXanthiFootball stadium


Estadio Cementos ProgresoGuatemala CityMulti-purpose stadium


Menora Mivtachim ArenaTel AvivMulti-purpose indoor arenaOriginally an open-air venue.


Adriatic ArenaPesaroMulti-purpose indoor arena
Allianz StadiumTurinSoccer stadium
Dacia ArenaUdineSoccer stadium
Land Rover ArenaBolognaMulti-purpose indoor arena
Mediolanum ForumMilanMulti-purpose indoor arena
PalaLottomaticaRomeMulti-purpose indoor arena
PalaWhirlpoolVareseMulti-purpose indoor arena
Mapei StadiumReggio EmiliaSoccer stadium


Ajinomoto StadiumChōfu, TokyoFootball (soccer) stadiumAlso used for rugby and American football.
Best Amenity StadiumTosu, SagaFootball (soccer) stadiumAlso regularly used for rugby.
Fukuda Denshi ArenaChibaFootball (soccer) stadiumAlso regularly used for rugby.
ZOZO Marine StadiumChibaRetractable-roof baseball stadium (NPB)
Sankyo Frontier Kashiwa StadiumKashiwa, Chiba PrefectureFootball (soccer) stadium
Denka Big Swan StadiumNiigata CityFootball (soccer) stadium
Fukuoka Yahoo! Japan DomeFukuokaRetractable-roof baseball stadium (NPB)
Futaba Buggy TrackMobaraRadio-controlled car dirt trackPrivately owned by named company, also function as a test track
Hard Off Eco StadiumNiigataBaseball stadium
Noevir Stadium KobeKobeFootball (soccer) stadiumAlso regularly used for rugby.
Hotto Motto Field KobeKobeBaseball stadium (NPB)
Kincho StadiumOsakaFootball (soccer) stadiumAlso regularly used for rugby.
Paloma Mizuho StadiumMizuho-ku, NagoyaFootball (soccer) stadiumAlso, regularly use Rugby and Track and Field
Kyocera Dome OsakaOsakaBaseball stadium (NPB)
Level-5 stadiumFukuokaFootball (soccer) stadiumAlso regularly used for rugby.
Makomanai Sekisui Heim StadiumSapporoSpeed skating stadium
Makomanai Sekisui Heim Ice ArenaSapporoMulti-purpose indoor arena
Mazda StadiumHiroshimaBaseball stadium (NPB)
Edition Stadium HiroshimaHiroshimaFootball (soccer) stadiumAlso regularly used for rugby.
NACK5 Stadium OmiyaSaitamaFootball (soccer) stadium
MetLife Seibu DomeTokorozawa, SaitamaBaseball stadium (NPB)
IAI Stadium NihondairaShizuokaFootball (soccer) stadium
Nippon Gaishi HallNagoyaMulti-purpose indoor arena
Kobo Park MiyagiMiyagino-ku, SendaiBaseball stadium (NPB)
Yurtec Stadium SendaiIzumi-ku, SendaiFootball (soccer) stadium
Nissan StadiumYokohamaFootball (soccer) stadium
Ōita Bank DomeŌitaFootball (soccer) stadium
Pocari Sweat StadiumNarutoFootball (soccer) stadium
Shonan BMW Stadium HiratsukaHiratsuka, Kanagawa PrefectureFootball (soccer) stadium
Tamiya Kakegawa CircuitKakegawa, ShizuokaRadio-controlled car circuitPrivately owned by named company, also function as a test track
Tamiya Oshika CircuitSuruga-ku, ShizuokaRadio-controlled car circuitPrivately owned by named company, also function as a test track
Toyota StadiumToyota CityFootball (soccer) stadiumAlso regularly used for rugby.
Yamaha StadiumIwata, ShizuokaFootball (soccer) stadiumAlso regularly used for rugby.
Yamanashi Chuo Bank StadiumKofuFootball (soccer) stadiumAlso regularly used for rugby.
Yanmar StadiumOsakaFootball (soccer) stadiumAlso regularly used for rugby.
Towa Pharmaceutical RACTAB DomeKadoma, Osaka PrefectureMulti-purpose indoor arena
Kuraray Zao Jump StadiumMount Zao, YamagataSki jumping stadium


Cido ArenaPanevėžysMulti-purpose indoor arena
DELFI Sports CentreVilniusMulti-purpose indoor arena
Pieno žvaigždės ArenaPasvalysMulti-purpose indoor arena
SEB ArenaVilniusMulti-purpose indoor arena
Siemens ArenaVilniusMulti-purpose indoor arena
Švyturys ArenaKlaipėdaMulti-purpose indoor arena


NameLocationTypeMain occupantNotes
Estadio AkronGuadalajaraFootball stadiumGuadalajara
Estadio AzulMexico CityFootball stadiumCruz Azul
Estadio BanorteCuliacánFootball stadiumDorados de Sinaloa
Estadio CalienteTijuanaFootball stadiumTijuana
Estadio de Beisbol CalimaxTijuanaBaseball parkTijuana Potros
Estadio Casas GEOMexicaliBaseball parkÁguilas de Mexicali
Estadio CoronaTorreónFootball stadiumSantos Laguna
Estadio CuauhtémocPueblaFootball stadiumPuebla
Estadio VictoriaAguascalientesFootball stadiumNecaxa
Foro SolMexico CityBaseball parkDiablos Rojos del México


De Grolsch VesteEnschedeFootball stadium
AFAS StadionAlkmaarFootball stadium
GN Bouw StadionDordrechtFootball stadium
Kras StadionVolendamFootball stadium
Mandemakers StadionWaalwijkFootball stadium
Mitsubishi Forklift StadionAlmereFootball stadium
Philips StadionEindhovenFootball stadium
Univé StadionEmmenFootball stadium
Offermans Joosten StadionSittardFootball stadium
Kyocera StadionThe HagueFootball stadium

New Zealand

Alpine Energy StadiumTimaru, CanterburyRugby stadium
AMI StadiumChristchurchRugby stadiumAfter 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 BayparkMount Maunganui, Bay of Plentymulti-purpose stadium
ASB Football ParkChristchurchmulti-purpose stadium
Horncastle ArenaChristchurchMulti-purpose indoor arena
Central Energy Trust ArenaPalmerston North Central, Manawatu-WanganuiRugby stadium and motorcycle speedway
FMG Stadium WaikatoHamilton, WaikatoRugby stadium
Forsyth Barr StadiumDunedin, Otagomulti-purpose stadium
Vodafone Events CentreManukau CityMulti-purpose indoor arena
TSB Bank ArenaWellingtonMulti-purpose indoor arena
Westpac StadiumWellingtonmulti-purpose stadium
Spark ArenaAucklandmulti-purpose stadium


AKA ArenaHønefossFootball stadiumFormerly Hønefoss Stadion
Aker StadionMoldeFootball stadiumFormerly Molde Stadion
Color Line StadionÅlesundFootball stadium
Intility ArenaVålerengaFootball stadium ArenaSandefjordFootball stadium
Skagerak ArenaSkienFootball stadium
Sør ArenaKristiansandFootball stadium
Telenor ArenaBærumDomed football stadium


Filoil Flying V ArenaSan Juan, Metro ManilaMulti-purpose indoor arenaFormerly "The Arena in San Juan"
Gatorade-Chelsea Blue PitchTaguigFootball grounds
Gatorade Hoops CenterMandaluyongBasketball courtLocated at the Liberty Center
Smart Araneta ColiseumQuezon CityMulti-purpose indoor arenaFormerly "Araneta Coliseum"
Emperador StadiumTaguigFootball stadiumAKA "Mckinley Hill Football Field"


PGE Arena GdańskGdańskFootball Stadium
INEA StadionPoznańFootball Stadium
Pepsi ArenaWarsawFootball Stadium

Republic of Ireland

Aviva StadiumDublinFootball (soccer) and rugby stadium
Musgrave ParkCorkRugby stadium
Flancare ParkLongfordFootball stadium
Century Homes ParkMonaghanFootball stadium
Hunky Dorys ParkDroghedaFootball stadium[1]


Otkrytiye ArenaMoscowSoccer arena
RZD Arena Moscow Soccer arena
SKB-Bank Arena Yekaterinburg Soccer arena
TatNeft ArenaKazanIce hockey arena
VEB Arena Moscow Soccer arena
VTB Arena Moscow Multi-purpose arena Planned
VTB Ice Palace Moscow Multi-purpose arena formerly known as Legends Arena


Štark ArenaBelgradeMulti-purpose indoor arena


Steel ArénaKošiceMulti-purpose indoor arena
Hudy Racing ArénaTrenčínMulti-purpose radio-controlled car circuit

South Africa

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).

axxess DSL St GeorgesPort Elizabeth, Eastern CapeCricket stadium
Bidvest StadiumJohannesburg, GautengFootball stadium
BIDVest Wanderers StadiumJohannesburg, GautengCricket stadium
Chevrolet ParkBloemfontein, Free StateCricket stadium
TicketPro DomeJohannesburg, GautengMulti-purpose indoor arena
De Beers Diamond OvalKimberley, Northern CapeCricket stadium
Emirates Airline ParkJohannesburg, GautengRugby union stadium
FNB StadiumJohannesburg, GautengFootball stadium
Jonsson Kings Park StadiumDurban, KwaZulu-NatalRugby union stadium
PPC NewlandsCape Town, Western CapeCricket stadium
DHL NewlandsCape Town, Western CapeRugby stadium
Sahara Stadium KingsmeadDurban, KwaZulu-NatalCricket stadium
Sahara Willowmoore ParkBenoni, Gauteng, GautengCricket stadium
Senwes ParkPotchefstroom, North WestCricket stadium
SuperSport ParkCenturion, GautengCricket stadium
Vodacom ParkBloemfontein, Free StateCricket stadium


Abanca RiazorA CoruñaFootball stadium
Abanca BalaidosVigoFootball stadium
Iberostar StadiumPalma de MallorcaFootball stadium
Wanda MetropolitanoMadridFootball stadium
Reale Seguros StadiumSan SebastiánFootball stadium
WIZink CenterMadridMulti-purpose indoor arena


ABB ArenaVästeråsMulti-purpose indoor arena
AXA Sports CenterSödertäljeIce hockey arena
Behrn ArenaÖrebroFootball stadium
Coop Norrbotten ArenaLuleåIce hockey arena
E.ON ArenaTimråIce hockey arena
Ericsson GlobeStockholmMulti-purpose indoor arena
Fjällräven CenterÖrnsköldsvikMulti-purpose indoor arena
Friends ArenaSolnaFootball stadiumNaming rights owned by Swedbank and donated to the Friends Foundation, a nonprofit organization heavily supported by the company.
FM Mattsson ArenaMoraMulti-purpose indoor arena
Gavlerinken ArenaGävleMulti-purpose indoor arena
Kinnarps ArenaJönköpingIce hockey arena
Löfbergs ArenaKarlstadIce hockey arena
Myresjöhus ArenaVäxjöFootball stadium
Norrporten ArenaSundsvallMulti-purpose stadium
PEAB ArenaNyköpingIce hockey arena
Saab ArenaLinköpingMulti-purpose indoor arena
Skellefteå Kraft ArenaSkellefteåIce hockey arena
Swedbank ParkVästeråsMulti-purpose stadium
Tegera ArenaLeksandIce hockey arena
Tele2 ArenaStockholmMulti-purpose stadium
T3 ArenaUmeåMulti-purpose stadium
T3 CenterUmeåIce hockey arena
Udominate ArenaUmeåMulti-purpose indoor arena


Diners Club ArenaRapperswil-Jona
BCF ArenaFribourgHockey stadium
Valiant ArenaDavosHockey stadium
PostFinance ArenaBernMulti-purpose indoor arena
Swisspor ArenaLucerne
AFG ArenaSt. GallenMulti-Purpose Arena
Stockhornstrasse ArenaThunMulti-purpose indoor arena


Türk Telekom ArenaIstanbulMulti-purpose stadium
Ülker Sports ArenaIstanbulMulti-purpose indoor arena
Vodafone ParkIstanbulFootball stadium
Volkswagen Arena IstanbulIstanbulMulti-purpose indoor arena

United Kingdom


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.

Allianz ParkHendon, LondonRugby union and athletics stadium
Kia OvalKenningtonCricket stadium
Banks's StadiumWalsallFootball stadium
American Express Community StadiumFalmerFootball stadium
The Balfour Webnet Darlington ArenaDarlingtonFootball stadium
Bargain Booze StadiumNorthwichFootball stadium[1]
Coral Windows StadiumBradfordFootball stadium
Bright Finance StadiumSheffieldFootball stadium
Bet 365 StadiumStoke-on-TrentFootball stadium
EBB StadiumAldershotFootball stadium
The Cherry Red Records StadiumKingston upon ThamesFootball stadium
DW StadiumWiganFootball and rugby league stadium
Echo Arena LiverpoolLiverpoolMulti-purpose indoor arena
Emirates RiversideChester-le-Street, County DurhamCricket stadium
Emirates Old TraffordManchesterCricket stadium
Emirates StadiumHolloway, LondonFootball stadium
Etihad StadiumManchesterFootball Stadium
Exacta StadiumChesterFootball stadiumThe stadium's front gates and access road are in Chester, but its pitch lies in Wales.
Galpharm StadiumHuddersfieldFootball and rugby league stadium
Genting Arena Birmingham Multi-purpose indoor arena
Grattan StadiumOdsalRugby league stadium
Halliwell Jones StadiumWarringtonRugby league stadium
The Jakemans StadiumBostonFootball stadium
KC StadiumHullFootball and rugby league stadium
Keepmoat StadiumDoncasterFootball and rugby league stadium
King Power StadiumLeicesterFootball stadium
KitKat CrescentYorkFootball stadium
London Borough of Barking & Dagenham StadiumDagenhamFootball stadium
Look Local StadiumStocksbridgeFootball stadium
Metro Radio Arena NewcastleNewcastleMulti-purpose indoor arena ParkOldhamFootball StadiumThe name "Sports Direct Arena" was previously used by St James' Park
The O2Greenwich, LondonMulti-purpose indoor arena
Pirelli StadiumBurton upon TrentFootball stadium
Ricoh ArenaCoventryFootball stadium
Seward StadiumBournemouthFootball stadium
Headingley Carnegie StadiumHeadingleyRugby and cricket stadium
Select Security StadiumWidnesRugby and Football stadium
University of Bolton StadiumBoltonFootball stadiumThe 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.
Wave 105 StadiumPooleGreyhound and speedway track
Weston Homes Community StadiumColchesterFootball stadium
Chigwell Construction StadiumDagenhamFootball Stadium
Tetley's StadiumDewsburyRugby stadium
iPro StadiumDerbyFootball Stadium


Indodrill StadiumAlloaFootball stadium
Global Energy StadiumDingwallFootball stadium
Tulloch Caledonian StadiumInvernessFootball stadium
The C&G Systems StadiumDumbartonFootball stadium
Tony Macaroni ArenaLivingstonFootball stadium
BT MurrayfieldEdinburghRugby Union stadium


BT Sport Cardiff Arms ParkCardiffRugby union stadium
Liberty StadiumSwanseaFootball and rugby union stadium
Principality StadiumCardiffRugby union and football stadium
Stadiwm Zip WorldColwyn BayWelsh Rugby Union
SWALEC StadiumCardiffCricket ground

United States

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".

Addition Financial ArenaOrlando, FloridaMulti-purpose indoor arenaUCF Knights
Adirondack Bank CenterUtica, New YorkMulti-purpose indoor arenaUtica Comets, Utica City FC
Alaska Airlines ArenaSeattleMulti-purpose indoor arenaWashington Huskies (permanent), Seattle Storm (temporary)
Alerus CenterGrand Forks, North DakotaMulti-purpose indoor arenaNorth Dakota Fighting Hawks football
Alliant Energy CenterMadison, WisconsinMulti-purpose indoor arena
Allianz FieldSaint Paul, MinnesotaSoccer-specific stadiumMinnesota United FC
Allstate ArenaRosemont, IllinoisMulti-purpose indoor arenaChicago Wolves
Amalie ArenaTampa, FloridaMulti-purpose indoor arenaTampa Bay Lightning
America First Event CenterCedar City, UtahMulti-purpose indoor arenaSouthern Utah Thunderbirds
American Airlines ArenaMiamiMulti-purpose indoor arenaMiami Heat
American Airlines CenterDallasMulti-purpose indoor arenaDallas Mavericks, Dallas Stars
American Bank CenterCorpus Christi, TexasMulti-purpose indoor arenaTexas A&M-Corpus Christi Islanders, Corpus Christi IceRays
American Family Fields of PhoenixPhoenix, ArizonaBaseball stadiumMilwaukee Brewers spring training, Arizona League Brewers
Amway CenterOrlando, FloridaMulti-purpose indoor arenaOrlando Magic, Orlando Solar Bears, Orlando Predators
Androscoggin Bank ColiséeLewiston, MaineMulti-purpose indoor arenaLewiston/Auburn Nordiques
Angel of the Winds ArenaEverett, WashingtonMulti-purpose indoor arenaEverett Silvertips (permanent), Seattle Storm (temporary)
Apogee StadiumDenton, TexasFootball stadiumNorth Texas Mean Green football
Appalachian Power ParkCharleston, West VirginiaBaseball stadiumWest Virginia Power
Arm & Hammer ParkTrenton, New JerseyBaseball stadiumTrenton Thunder
Arvest BallparkSpringdale, ArkansasBaseball stadiumNorthwest Arkansas Naturals
AT&T CenterSan Antonio, TexasMulti-purpose indoor arenaSan Antonio Spurs, San Antonio Rampage
AT&T FieldChattanooga, TennesseeBaseball stadiumChattanooga Lookouts
AT&T StadiumArlington, TexasRetractable-roof football stadiumDallas Cowboys, Cotton Bowl Classic
Audi FieldWashington, D.C.Soccer-specific stadiumD.C. United, Washington Spirit (part-time)
Auto Club SpeedwayFontana, CaliforniaAuto racing superspeedway
AutoZone ParkMemphis, TennesseeBaseball stadiumMemphis Redbirds, Memphis 901 FC
Avaya StadiumSan Jose, CaliforniaSoccer-specific stadiumSan Jose Earthquakes
Aveva StadiumHoustonRugby-specific stadiumHouston SaberCats
Avista StadiumSpokane, WashingtonBaseball stadiumSpokane Indians
Banc of California StadiumLos AngelesSoccer-specific stadiumLos Angeles FC
BancorpSouth ArenaTupelo, MississippiMulti-purpose indoor arena
Bank of America StadiumCharlotte, North CarolinaFootball stadiumCarolina Panthers
Bank of Colorado ArenaGreeley, ColoradoMulti-purpose indoor arenaNorthern Colorado Bears
Bankers Life FieldhouseIndianapolisMulti-purpose indoor arenaIndiana Pacers, Indiana Fever
Barclays CenterBrooklyn, New YorkBasketball arenaBrooklyn Nets, New York Islanders, New York Liberty
Baxter Arena[lower-alpha 1]Omaha, NebraskaMulti-purpose indoor arenaOmaha Mavericks
BBVA StadiumHoustonMulti-purpose outdoor stadiumHouston Dynamo, Houston Dash, Texas Southern Tigers football
BB&T ArenaHighland Heights, KentuckyMulti-purpose indoor arenaNorthern Kentucky Norse
BB&T BallparkCharlotte, North CarolinaBaseball stadiumCharlotte Knights
BB&T BallparkWinston-Salem, North CarolinaBaseball stadiumWinston-Salem Dash
BB&T CenterSunrise, FloridaMulti-purpose indoor arenaFlorida Panthers
BB&T FieldWinston-Salem, North CarolinaFootball stadiumWake Forest Demon Deacons football
BB&T Ballpark at Historic Bowman FieldWilliamsport, PennsylvaniaBaseball stadiumWilliamsport Crosscutters; also annual site of MLB Little League Classic
Bert Ogden Arena[lower-alpha 2]Edinburg, TexasMulti-purpose indoor arenaRio Grande Valley Vipers
Bethpage BallparkCentral Islip, New YorkBaseball stadiumLong Island Ducks
Big Sandy Superstore ArenaHuntington, West VirginiaMulti-purpose indoor arena
Blue Bell ParkCollege Station, TexasBaseball stadiumTexas A&M Aggies baseball
Blue Cross ArenaRochester, New YorkMulti-purpose indoor arenaRochester Americans, Rochester Knighthawks
BMO Harris Bank CenterRockford, IllinoisMulti-purpose indoor arenaRockford IceHogs
Bojangles' ColiseumCharlotte, North CarolinaMulti-purpose indoor arenaCharlotte Checkers
BOK CenterTulsa, OklahomaMulti-purpose indoor arenaTulsa Oilers
Bon Secours Wellness ArenaGreenville, South CarolinaMulti-purpose indoor arenaGreenville Swamp Rabbits
Bridgestone ArenaNashville, TennesseeMulti-purpose indoor arenaNashville Predators
Budweiser Events CenterLoveland, ColoradoMulti-purpose indoor arenaColorado Eagles
Busch StadiumSt. Louis, MissouriBaseball stadium (MLB)St. Louis Cardinals
Calsonic ArenaShelbyville, TennesseeMulti-purpose indoor arena
Camping World StadiumOrlando, FloridaFootball stadiumCitrus Bowl
Canvas StadiumFort Collins, ColoradoFootball stadiumColorado State Rams football
Capital One ArenaWashington, D.C.Multi-purpose indoor arenaWashington Capitals, Washington Wizards, Washington Valor, Georgetown Hoyas men's basketball
(Previously known as the MCI Center and Verizon Center.)
Capital One Field at Maryland StadiumCollege Park, MarylandFootball stadiumMaryland Terrapins football (Also occasionally used for lacrosse.)
Carrier DomeSyracuse, New YorkMulti-purpose domed stadium (football, basketball, lacrosse)Syracuse Orange
CarShield FieldO'Fallon, MissouriBaseball stadiumRiver City Rascals
Casino Arizona FieldTempe, ArizonaSoccer-specific stadiumPhoenix Rising FC
CEFCU StadiumSan Jose, CaliforniaFootball stadiumSan Jose State Spartans football (Also used for soccer at various times.)
Centene StadiumGreat Falls, MontanaBaseball stadiumGreat Falls Voyagers
Centennial Bank StadiumJonesboro, ArkansasFootball stadiumArkansas State Red Wolves football
CenturyLink ArenaBoise, IdahoMulti-purpose indoor arenaIdaho Steelheads
CenturyLink CenterBossier City, LouisianaMulti-purpose indoor arena
CenturyLink FieldSeattleFootball stadiumSeattle Seahawks, Seattle Sounders FC
CFSB CenterMurray, KentuckyMulti-purpose indoor arenaMurray State Racers
Chase CenterSan FranciscoMulti-purpose indoor arenaGolden State Warriors
Chase FieldPhoenixRetractable-roof baseball stadium (MLB)Arizona Diamondbacks (Also occasionally used for football and basketball)
Chesapeake Energy ArenaOklahoma CityMulti-purpose indoor arenaOklahoma City Thunder
CHI Health Center OmahaOmaha, NebraskaMulti-purpose indoor arenaCreighton Bluejays men's basketball
Chickasaw Bricktown BallparkOklahoma CityBaseball stadiumOklahoma City Dodgers
Children's Mercy ParkKansas City, KansasSoccer-specific stadiumSporting Kansas City
CHS FieldSaint Paul, MinnesotaBaseball stadiumSt. Paul Saints
Chukchansi ParkFresno, CaliforniaBaseball stadiumFresno Grizzlies
Cintas CenterCincinnatiMulti-purpose indoor arenaXavier Musketeers
Citi FieldFlushing, New YorkBaseball stadium (MLB)New York Mets
Citizens Bank ParkPhiladelphiaBaseball stadium (MLB)Philadelphia Phillies
CityNational ArenaLas Vegas, NevadaMulti-purpose indoor arenaVegas Golden Knights practice facility
Classic ParkEastlake, OhioBaseball stadiumLake County Captains
Clipper Magazine StadiumLancaster, PennsylvaniaBaseball stadiumLancaster Barnstormers
Coca-Cola ParkAllentown, PennsylvaniaBaseball stadiumLehigh Valley IronPigs
Colonial Life ArenaColumbia, South CarolinaMulti-purpose indoor arenaSouth Carolina Gamecocks
Cool Insuring ArenaGlens Falls, New YorkMulti-purpose indoor arenaAdirondack Thunder
Cooley Law School StadiumLansing, MichiganBaseball stadiumLansing Lugnuts
Coolray FieldLawrenceville, GeorgiaBaseball stadiumGwinnett Stripers
Comerica CenterFrisco, TexasMulti-purpose indoor arenaTexas Legends, Dallas Stars practice facility
Comerica ParkDetroitBaseball stadium (MLB)Detroit Tigers
CommunityAmerica BallparkKansas City, KansasBaseball stadium[lower-alpha 3]Kansas City T-Bones
Constellation FieldSugar Land, TexasBaseball stadiumSugar Land Skeeters
Coors FieldDenverBaseball stadium (MLB)Colorado Rockies
Corn CribNormal, IllinoisBaseball stadiumNormal CornBelters
Covelli CentreYoungstown, OhioMulti-purpose indoor arenaYoungstown Phantoms
Cox Convention CenterOklahoma CityMulti-purpose indoor arenaOklahoma City Blue
Cox PavilionLas Vegas, NevadaMulti-purpose indoor arenaUNLV Rebels women's basketball & volleyball
Cross Insurance ArenaPortland, MaineMulti-purpose indoor arenaMaine Mariners
CURE Insurance ArenaTrenton, New JerseyMulti-purpose indoor arenaJersey Flight
DCU CenterWorcester, MassachusettsMulti-purpose indoor arenaWorcester Railers
Dehler ParkBillings, MontanaBaseball stadiumBillings Mustangs
Dell DiamondRound Rock, TexasBaseball stadiumRound Rock Express
Denny Sanford Premier CenterSioux Falls, South DakotaMulti-purpose indoor arenaSioux Falls Stampede; also host to the Summit League men's and women's basketball tournaments
Desert Financial ArenaTempe, ArizonaMulti-purpose indoor arenaArizona State Sun Devils
Dick's Sporting Goods ParkCommerce City, ColoradoSoccer-specific stadiumColorado Rapids[1]
Dignity Health Event CenterBakersfield, CaliforniaBasketball arena
Dignity Health Sports ParkCarson, CaliforniaSoccer-specific stadiumLA Galaxy, Los Angeles Chargers
Dort Federal Credit Union Event CenterFlint, MichiganMulti-purpose indoor arenaFlint Firebirds
Dow DiamondMidland, MichiganBaseball stadiumGreat Lakes Loons
Dow Event CenterSaginaw, MichiganMulti-purpose indoor arenaSaginaw Spirit
Dozer Park[lower-alpha 4]Peoria, IllinoisBaseball stadiumPeoria Chiefs
Dr Pepper BallparkFrisco, TexasBaseball stadiumFrisco RoughRiders
DuPage Medical Group FieldJoliet, IllinoisBaseball stadiumJoliet Slammers
Dunkin' Donuts CenterProvidence, Rhode IslandMulti-purpose indoor arenaProvidence Bruins, Providence Friars men's basketball
Dunkin' Donuts ParkHartford, ConnecticutBaseball stadiumHartford Yard Goats
EagleBank ArenaFairfax, VirginiaMulti-purpose indoor arenaGeorge Mason Patriots
Empower Field at Mile High Denver, Colorado Football Stadium Denver Broncos
Enterprise CenterSt. LouisMulti-purpose indoor arenaSt. Louis Blues
Erie Insurance ArenaErie, PennsylvaniaMulti-purpose indoor arenaErie Otters, Erie BayHawks
Exploria StadiumOrlando, FloridaSoccer-specific stadiumOrlando City SC, Orlando Pride
ExtraMile ArenaBoise, IdahoMulti-purpose indoor arenaBoise State Broncos
FedExFieldLandover, MarylandFootball stadiumWashington Redskins
FedExForumMemphis, TennesseeMulti-purpose indoor arenaMemphis Grizzlies
FedExParkMemphis, TennesseeBaseball stadiumMemphis Tigers baseball
Fifth Third ArenaCincinnatiMulti-purpose indoor arenaCincinnati Bearcats
Fifth Third BallparkComstock Park, MichiganBaseball stadiumWest Michigan Whitecaps
Fifth Third Bank StadiumKennesaw, GeorgiaSoccer-specific stadiumKennesaw State Owls football & women's soccer, Atlanta United 2
Fifth Third FieldDayton, OhioBaseball stadiumDayton Dragons
Fifth Third FieldToledo, OhioBaseball stadiumToledo Mud Hens
Findlay Toyota CenterPrescott Valley, ArizonaMulti-purpose indoor arenaNorthern Arizona Suns
First ArenaElmira, New YorkMulti-purpose indoor arenaElmira Enforcers
FirstEnergy ParkLakewood, New JerseyBaseball stadiumLakewood BlueClaws
FirstEnergy StadiumCleveland, OhioFootball stadiumCleveland Browns (Also occasionally used for soccer)
FirstEnergy StadiumReading, PennsylvaniaBaseball stadiumReading Fightin Phils
First National Bank ArenaJonesboro, ArkansasMulti-purpose indoor arenaArkansas State Red Wolves
First National Bank FieldGreensboro, North CarolinaBaseball stadiumGreensboro Grasshoppers
First Tennessee ParkNashville, TennesseeBaseball stadiumNashville Sounds
Fiserv ForumMilwaukee, WisconsinMulti-purpose indoor arenaMilwaukee Bucks, Marquette Golden Eagles men's basketball
Florida Auto Exchange StadiumDunedin, FloridaBaseball stadiumDunedin Blue Jays
Fluor Field at the West EndGreenville, South CarolinaBaseball stadiumGreenville Drive
FNB FieldHarrisburg, PennsylvaniaBaseball stadiumHarrisburg Senators
Ford ArenaBeaumont, TexasMulti-purpose indoor arenaNaming 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.[3]
Ford CenterEvansville, IndianaMulti-purpose indoor arenaEvansville Purple Aces, Evansville Thunderbolts
Ford Center at The StarFrisco, TexasDomed football stadiumDallas 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 FieldDetroitDomed football stadiumDetroit Lions
Founders ParkColumbia, South CarolinaBaseball stadiumSouth Carolina Gamecocks baseball
Four Winds Field at Coveleski StadiumSouth Bend, IndianaBaseball stadiumSouth Bend Cubs
Frontier FieldRochester, New YorkBaseball stadiumRochester Red Wings
Gesa StadiumPasco, WashingtonBaseball stadiumTri-City Dust Devils
GCS BallparkSauget, IllinoisBaseball stadiumGateway Grizzlies
Giant CenterHershey, PennsylvaniaMulti-purpose indoor arenaHershey Bears
Gila River ArenaGlendale, ArizonaMulti-purpose indoor arenaArizona Coyotes
Gillette StadiumFoxborough, MassachusettsFootball stadiumNew England Patriots, New England Revolution
Globe Life Park in ArlingtonArlington, TexasFootball stadium[lower-alpha 5]Dallas Renegades, North Texas SC
Golden 1 CenterSacramento, CaliforniaMulti-purpose indoor arenaSacramento Kings
Great American Ball ParkCincinnatiBaseball stadium (MLB)Cincinnati Reds
Greater Nevada FieldReno, NevadaBaseball stadiumReno Aces, Reno 1868 FC
Guaranteed Rate FieldChicagoBaseball stadium (MLB)Chicago White Sox
Hanover Insurance Park at Fitton FieldWorcester, MassachusettsBaseball stadiumHoly Cross Crusaders, Worcester Bravehearts
Hard Rock StadiumMiami Gardens, FloridaFootball stadiumMiami Dolphins, Miami Hurricanes football; also used for tennis since 2019
H-E-B Center at Cedar ParkCedar Park, TexasMulti-purpose indoor arenaAustin Spurs, Texas Stars
H-E-B ParkEdinburg, TexasSoccer-specific stadiumRio Grande Valley FC Toros
Heinz FieldPittsburghFootball stadiumPittsburgh Steelers, Pittsburgh Panthers football
Hertz ArenaEstero, FloridaMulti-purpose indoor arenaFlorida Everblades
Highmark StadiumPittsburghSoccer-specific stadiumPittsburgh Riverhounds SC
SHI StadiumPiscataway, New JerseyFootball stadiumRutgers Scarlet Knights football
Honda CenterAnaheim, CaliforniaMulti-purpose indoor arenaAnaheim Ducks
HTC Center[lower-alpha 6]Conway, South CarolinaMulti-purpose indoor arenaCoastal Carolina Chanticleers
Huntington CenterToledo, OhioMulti-purpose indoor arenaToledo Walleye
Huntington ParkColumbus, OhioBaseball stadiumColumbus Clippers
Impact FieldRosemont, IllinoisBaseball stadiumChicago Dogs
Indiana Farmers ColiseumIndianapolisMulti-purpose indoor arenaIndy Fuel, IUPUI Jaguars men's basketball
Infinite Energy ArenaDuluth, GeorgiaMulti-purpose indoor arenaAtlanta Gladiators, Georgia Swarm
InfoCision Stadium–Summa FieldAkron, OhioFootball stadiumAkron Zips football
Intrust Bank ArenaWichita, KansasMulti-purpose indoor arenaWichita Thunder, Wichita State Shockers men's basketball (alternate)
Izod CenterEast Rutherford, New JerseyMulti-purpose indoor arena
JetBlue Park at Fenway SouthFort Myers, FloridaBaseball stadiumBoston Red Sox spring training, Gulf Coast League Red Sox
Jimmy John's FieldUtica, MichiganBaseball stadium
Jones AT&T StadiumLubbock, TexasFootball stadiumTexas Tech Red Raiders football
Jostens CenterLake Buena Vista, FloridaMulti-purpose indoor arena
Kaiser Permanente ArenaSanta Cruz, CaliforniaMulti-purpose indoor arenaSanta Cruz Warriors
Kentucky Proud Park[lower-alpha 7]Lexington, KentuckyBaseball stadiumKentucky Wildcats baseball
KeyArenaSeattleMulti-purpose indoor arenaCurrently closed for renovations; will become home of the new Seattle NHL team. The Seattle Storm are expected to return here upon reopening.
KeyBank CenterBuffalo, New YorkMulti-purpose indoor arenaBuffalo Sabres
KFC Yum! CenterLouisville, KentuckyMulti-purpose indoor arenaLouisville Cardinals
Klöckner StadiumCharlottesville, VirginiaSoccer and lacrosse stadiumVirginia Cavaliers
Kroger FieldLexington, KentuckyFootball stadiumKentucky Wildcats football
Landers CenterSouthaven, MississippiMulti-purpose indoor arenaMemphis Hustle
Laredo Energy ArenaLaredo, TexasMulti-purpose indoor arena
Las Vegas Ballpark[lower-alpha 8]Summerlin, NevadaBaseball stadiumLas Vegas Aviators
Legacy Arena[lower-alpha 9]Birmingham, AlabamaMulti-purpose indoor arena
Leidos Field at Ripken StadiumAberdeen, MarylandBaseball stadiumAberdeen IronBirds
Levi's StadiumSanta Clara, CaliforniaFootball stadium (NFL)San Francisco 49ers
Lincoln Financial FieldPhiladelphiaFootball stadiumPhiladelphia Eagles, Temple Owls football; also most common site for the Army–Navy Game in college football
Little Caesars ArenaDetroitMulti-purpose indoor arenaDetroit Red Wings, Detroit Pistons
LoanMart FieldRancho Cucamonga, CaliforniaBaseball stadium
Louisville Slugger FieldLouisville, KentuckyBaseball stadiumLouisville Bats
Lucas Oil RacewayBrownsburg, IndianaAuto racing facility
Lucas Oil StadiumIndianapolisRetractable-roof football stadiumIndianapolis Colts, Indy Eleven. Also used occasionally for basketball.
M&T Bank StadiumBaltimoreFootball stadium (NFL)Baltimore Ravens
MassMutual CenterSpringfield, MassachusettsMulti-purpose indoor arenaSpringfield Thunderbirds
Mapfre StadiumColumbus, OhioSoccer-specific stadiumColumbus Crew SC
Maverik CenterWest Valley City, UtahMulti-purpose indoor arenaUtah Grizzlies
Maverik StadiumLogan, UtahFootball stadiumUtah State Aggies football
Mazda Raceway Laguna SecaMonterey, CaliforniaRoad racing course
MCU ParkBrooklyn New YorkBaseball stadiumBrooklyn Cyclones, Rugby United New York
Melaleuca FieldIdaho Falls, IdahoBaseball stadiumIdaho Falls Chukars
Mercedes-Benz SuperdomeNew OrleansDomed football stadiumNew Orleans Saints (Also occasionally used for basketball.)
Mercedes-Benz StadiumAtlantaRetractable-roof football stadium (NFL)Atlanta Falcons. Atlanta United FC
MetLife StadiumEast Rutherford, New JerseyFootball stadium (NFL)New York Giants, New York Jets (Also used for soccer.)
MGM ParkBiloxi, MississippiBaseball stadiumBiloxi Shuckers
Miller ParkMilwaukeeRetractable-roof baseball stadium (MLB)Milwaukee Brewers
Minute Maid ParkHoustonRetractable-roof baseball stadium (MLB)Houston Astros
Moda CenterPortland, OregonMulti-purpose indoor arenaPortland Trail Blazers
Modern Woodmen ParkDavenport, IowaBaseball stadiumQuad Cities River Bandits
Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey PlazaWilkes-Barre, PennsylvaniaMulti-purpose indoor arenaWilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins
MUSC Health StadiumCharleston, South CarolinaSoccer-specific stadiumCharleston Battery
Nationwide ArenaColumbus, OhioMulti-purpose indoor arenaColumbus Blue Jackets, Columbus Destroyers
NBT Bank StadiumSyracuse, New YorkBaseball stadiumSyracuse Mets
NelsonCorp FieldClinton, IowaBaseball stadiumClinton LumberKings
Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities StadiumAppleton, WisconsinBaseball parkWisconsin Timber Rattlers
Newman Outdoor FieldFargo, North DakotaBaseball stadium
New Era FieldOrchard Park, New YorkFootball stadiumBuffalo Bills
Nissan StadiumNashville, TennesseeFootball stadiumTennessee Titans, Tennessee State Tigers football (part-time), Nashville SC (temporary)
Northeast Delta Dental StadiumManchester, New HampshireBaseball stadiumNew Hampshire Fisher Cats
Northwest ArenaJamestown, New YorkMulti-purpose indoor arena
Northwestern Medicine FieldGeneva, IllinoisBaseball stadiumKane County Cougars
NRG StadiumHoustonRetractable-roof football stadiumHouston Texans (Occasionally used for soccer and basketball.)
NYSEG StadiumBinghamton, New YorkBaseball stadiumBinghamton Rumble Ponies
OceanFirst Bank CenterWest Long Branch, New JerseyMulti-purpose indoor arenaMonmouth Hawks
Ogren Park at Allegiance FieldMissoula, MontanaBaseball stadiumMissoula Osprey
ONEOK FieldTulsa, OklahomaBaseball stadiumTulsa Drillers, Tulsa Roughnecks FC
Oracle ArenaOakland, CaliforniaMulti-purpose indoor arena
Oracle ParkSan FranciscoBaseball stadium (MLB)San Francisco Giants (Also occasionally used for football.)
Palisades Credit Union ParkPomona, New YorkBaseball stadium
Papa Murphy's ParkSacramento, CaliforniaSoccer-specific stadiumSacramento Republic FC
Parkview FieldFort Wayne, IndianaBaseball stadiumFort Wayne TinCaps
Pechanga ArenaSan DiegoMulti-purpose indoor arenaSan Diego Gulls
Peoples Natural Gas FieldAltoona, PennsylvaniaBaseball stadiumAltoona Curve
People's United CenterHamden, ConnecticutMulti-purpose indoor arenaQuinnipiac Bobcats
PeoplesBank ParkYork, PennsylvaniaBaseball stadiumYork Revolution
Pepsi CenterDenver, ColoradoMulti-purpose indoor arenaColorado Avalanche, Denver Nuggets
Petco ParkSan DiegoBaseball stadium (MLB)San Diego Padres
Pinnacle Bank ArenaLincoln, NebraskaMulti-purpose indoor arenaNebraska Cornhuskers
PNC ArenaRaleigh, North CarolinaMulti-purpose indoor arenaCarolina Hurricanes, NC State Wolfpack men's basketball
PNC FieldMoosic, PennsylvaniaBaseball stadiumScranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees
PNC ParkPittsburghBaseball stadium (MLB)Pittsburgh Pirates
PPG Paints ArenaPittsburghMulti-purpose indoor arenaPittsburgh Penguins
PPL CenterAllentown, PennsylvaniaMulti-purpose indoor arenLehigh Valley Phantoms
Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler FieldEast Hartford, ConnecticutFootball stadiumUConn Huskies football
Principal ParkDes Moines, IowaBaseball stadiumIowa Cubs
Progressive FieldCleveland, OhioBaseball stadium (MLB)Cleveland Indians
Providence ParkPortland, OregonMulti-purpose outdoor stadiumPortland Timbers, Portland Thorns FC, Portland State Vikings football (part-time)
Provident Credit Union Event CenterSan Jose, CaliforniaMulti-purpose indoor arenaSan Jose State Spartans
Provost Umphrey StadiumBeaumont, TexasFootball stadium[4][5] Lamar Cardinals football (Stadium occasionally used for concerts and other large gatherings.)
Prudential CenterNewark, New JerseyMulti-purpose indoor arenaNew Jersey Devils, Seton Hall Pirates men's basketball
Rabobank ArenaBakersfield, CaliforniaMulti-purpose indoor arenaBakersfield Condors
Raising Cane's River Center ArenaBaton Rouge, LouisianaMulti-purpose indoor arena
Raley FieldWest Sacramento, CaliforniaBaseball stadiumSacramento River Cats
Raymond James StadiumTampa, FloridaFootball stadiumTampa Bay Buccaneers, South Florida Bulls football
Red Bull Arena[lower-alpha 10]Harrison, New JerseySoccer-specific stadiumNew York Red Bulls, Sky Blue FC
Regency Furniture StadiumWaldorf, MarylandBaseball stadium
Regions FieldBirmingham, AlabamaBaseball stadiumBirmingham Barons
Rent One ParkMarion, IllinoisBaseball stadium
Reser Stadium[lower-alpha 11]Corvallis, OregonFootball stadiumOregon State Beavers football
Richmond County Bank BallparkStaten Island, New YorkBaseball stadiumStaten Island Yankees
RingCentral ColiseumOakland, CaliforniaMulti-purpose stadiumOakland Athletics, Oakland Raiders through 2019 NFL season
Rio Tinto StadiumSandy, UtahSoccer-specific stadiumReal Salt Lake, Utah Royals FC, occasional rugby matches
Rocket Mortgage FieldHouseCleveland, OhioMulti-purpose indoor arenaCleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Monsters
Ron Tonkin FieldHillsboro, OregonBaseball stadiumHillsboro Hops
Royal Farms ArenaBaltimoreMulti-purpose indoor arenaBaltimore Brigade
RP Funding CenterLakeland, FloridaMulti-purpose indoor arenaLakeland Magic
S&T Bank ArenaIndiana, PennsylvaniaMulti-purpose indoor arenaIUP Crimson Hawks men's & women's ice hockey
Sahlen FieldBuffalo, New YorkBaseball stadiumBuffalo Bisons
Salt River Fields at Talking StickSalt River Pima–Maricopa Indian Community, ArizonaBaseball stadium complexArizona Diamondbacks & Colorado Rockies spring training, Arizona League Diamondbacks, Salt River Rafters
San Manuel StadiumSan Bernardino, CaliforniaBaseball stadiumInland Empire 66ers
Sanford PentagonSioux Falls, South DakotaMulti-purpose indoor arenaSioux Falls Skyforce
Santa Ana Star CenterRio Rancho, New MexicoMulti-purpose indoor arena
Santa Ana Star FieldAlbuquerque, New MexicoBaseball stadiumNew Mexico Lobos baseball
Santander ArenaReading, PennsylvaniaMulti-purpose indoor arenaReading Royals
SAP Center at San JoseSan Jose, CaliforniaMulti-purpose indoor arenaSan Jose Sharks, San Jose Barracuda
Save Mart CenterFresno, CaliforniaMulti-purpose indoor arenaFresno State Bulldogs
SDCCU StadiumSan DiegoFootball stadiumSan Diego State Aztecs football
Sears Centre ArenaHoffman Estates, IllinoisMulti-purpose indoor arenaWindy City Bulls
SeatGeek StadiumBridgeview, IllinoisSoccer-specific stadiumChicago Red Stars
Security Bank BallparkMidland, TexasBaseball stadiumMidland RockHounds
Security Service FieldColorado Springs, ColoradoBaseball stadiumRocky Mountain Vibes
SEFCU ArenaAlbany, New YorkMulti-purpose indoor arenaAlbany Great Danes
Segra FieldLeesburg, VirginiaSoccer-specific stadiumLoudoun United FC, Washington Spirit (part-time)
Segra ParkColumbia, South CarolinaBaseball stadiumColumbia Fireflies
Segra StadiumFayetteville, North CarolinaBaseball stadiumFayetteville Woodpeckers
ShoWare CenterKent, WashingtonMulti-purpose indoor arenaSeattle Thunderbirds, Seattle Mist, Rat City Rollergirls, Tacoma Stars
Silverstein Eye Centers ArenaIndependence, MissouriMulti-purpose indoor arenaKansas City Mavericks
Simmons Bank ArenaNorth Little Rock, ArkansasMulti-purpose indoor arena
Simplot StadiumCaldwell, IdahoFootball stadiumCollege of Idaho Coyotes football
Sloan Park[lower-alpha 12]Mesa, ArizonaBaseball stadiumChicago Cubs spring training, Arizona League Cubs, Mesa Solar Sox
Smoothie King CenterNew OrleansMulti-purpose indoor arenaNew Orleans Pelicans
Southwest University ParkEl Paso, TexasBaseball stadiumEl Paso Chihuahuas, El Paso Locomotive FC
Spectrum CenterCharlotte, North CarolinaMulti-purpose indoor arenaCharlotte Hornets
Spectrum FieldClearwater, FloridaBaseball stadiumPhiladelphia Phillies spring training, Clearwater Threshers
Spectrum StadiumOrlando, FloridaFootball stadiumUCF Knights football
Sprenger StadiumAvon, OhioBaseball stadiumLake Erie Crushers
Smith's BallparkSalt Lake CityBaseball stadiumSalt Lake Bees, Utah Utes baseball
Sprint CenterKansas City, MissouriMulti-purpose indoor arenaNo current teams; hosts the Big 12 Men's Basketball Tournament
SRP ParkNorth Augusta, South CarolinaBaseball stadiumAugusta GreenJackets
Standard Bank StadiumCrestwood, IllinoisBaseball stadium
Staples CenterLos AngelesMulti-purpose indoor arenaLos Angeles Clippers, Los Angeles Kings, Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Sparks
State Farm ArenaAtlantaMulti-purpose indoor arenaAtlanta Hawks, Atlanta Dream
State Farm CenterChampaign, IllinoisMulti-purpose indoor arenaIllinois Fighting Illini
State Farm Hidalgo ArenaHidalgo, TexasMulti-purpose indoor arenaRGV Barracudas FC
State Farm StadiumGlendale, ArizonaFootball stadium with retractable roof and retractable playing surfaceArizona Cardinals (Also used occasionally for soccer.)
State Mutual StadiumRome, GeorgiaBaseball stadiumRome Braves
SunTrust ParkCumberland, GeorgiaBaseball stadium (MLB)Atlanta Braves
T-Mobile ArenaLas Vegas, NevadaMulti-purpose indoor arenaVegas Golden Knights
T-Mobile ParkSeattleRetractable-roof baseball stadium (MLB)Seattle Mariners
Talen Energy StadiumChester, PennsylvaniaSoccer-specific stadiumPhiladelphia Union, Bethlehem Steel FC
TaxSlayer CenterMoline, IllinoisMulti-purpose indoor arenaQuad City Steamwheelers, Quad City Storm
Taco John's Events CenterCheyenne, WyomingMulti-purpose indoor arena
Talking Stick Resort ArenaPhoenixMulti-purpose indoor arenaPhoenix Suns, Phoenix Mercury
Target CenterMinneapolisMulti-purpose indoor arenaMinnesota Timberwolves, Minnesota Lynx
Target FieldMinneapolisBaseball stadium (MLB)Minnesota Twins
TCF Bank StadiumMinneapolisFootball stadiumMinnesota Golden Gophers football
TD Ameritrade Park OmahaOmaha, NebraskaBaseball stadiumNo regular team; annual site of the College World Series. Also used for football.
TD ArenaCharleston, South CarolinaMulti-purpose indoor arenaCharleston Cougars
TD Bank BallparkBridgewater, New JerseyBaseball stadium
TD GardenBostonMulti-purpose indoor arenaBoston Bruins, Boston Celtics
TDECU StadiumHoustonFootball stadiumHouston Cougars football
TIAA Bank FieldJacksonville, FloridaFootball stadium (NFL)Jacksonville Jaguars FieldMyrtle Beach, South CarolinaBaseball stadiumMyrtle Beach Pelicans
Times Union CenterAlbany, New YorkMulti-purpose indoor arenaAlbany Empire, Siena Saints men's basketball
Town Toyota CenterWenatchee, WashingtonMulti-purpose indoor arena
Toyota ArenaOntario, CaliforniaMulti-purpose indoor arenaOntario Reign, Agua Caliente Clippers
Toyota CenterHoustonMulti-purpose indoor arenaHouston Rockets
Toyota CenterKennewick, WashingtonMulti-purpose indoor arena
Toyota FieldSan Antonio, TexasSoccer-specific stadiumSan Antonio FC
Toyota Sports CenterEl Segundo, CaliforniaMulti-purpose indoor arena
Toyota StadiumGeorgetown, KentuckyFootball stadiumGeorgetown Tigers
Toyota StadiumFrisco, TexasSoccer-specific stadiumFC Dallas; also used for football, most notably the NCAA Division I Football Championship game in FCS football.
Toyota StadiumFenton, MissouriSoccer-specific stadiumSaint Louis FC
Tradition FieldPort St. Lucie, FloridaBaseball stadium
Tropicana FieldSt. Petersburg, FloridaDomed baseball stadium (MLB)Tampa Bay Rays
Trustmark ParkPearl, MississippiBaseball stadiumMississippi Braves
TVA Credit Union BallparkJohnson City, TennesseeBaseball stadium
UC Health StadiumFlorence, KentuckyBaseball stadiumFlorence Freedom
UCCU CenterOrem, UtahMulti-purpose indoor arenaUtah Valley Wolverines
UFCU Disch–Falk FieldAustin, TexasBaseball stadium (college)Texas Longhorns baseball
Uni-Trade StadiumLaredo, TexasBaseball stadium
United CenterChicagoMulti-purpose indoor arenaChicago Blackhawks, Chicago Bulls
United Supermarkets ArenaLubbock, TexasMulti-purpose indoor arenaTexas Tech Red Raiders and Lady Raiders
UPMC ParkErie, PennsylvaniaBaseball stadiumErie SeaWolves
U.S. Bank ArenaCincinnatiMulti-purpose indoor arenaCincinnati Cyclones
U.S. Bank StadiumMinneapolisFootball stadiumMinnesota Vikings
U.S. Cellular CenterAsheville, North CarolinaMulti-purpose indoor arena
U.S. Cellular CenterCedar Rapids, IowaMulti-purpose indoor arena
U.S. Cellular ColiseumBloomington, IllinoisMulti-purpose indoor arena
U.S. Steel YardGary, IndianaBaseball stadiumGary SouthShore RailCats
Utz ArenaYork, PennsylvaniaMulti-purpose indoor arena
Value City ArenaColumbus, OhioMulti-purpose indoor arenaOhio State Buckeyes
Verizon Wireless CenterMankato, MinnesotaMulti-purpose indoor arena
Viejas ArenaSan DiegoMulti-purpose indoor arenaSan Diego State Aztecs
Vivint Smart Home ArenaSalt Lake CityMulti-purpose indoor arenaUtah Jazz
VyStar Veterans Memorial ArenaJacksonville, FloridaMulti-purpose indoor arenaJacksonville Icemen
WakeMed Soccer ParkCary, North CarolinaSoccer-specific stadiumNorth Carolina FC, North Carolina Courage
Warrior Ice ArenaBrighton, Boston, MassachusettsIce hockey arena
Watsco CenterCoral Gables, FloridaMulti-purpose indoor arenaMiami Hurricanes
W.B. Mason StadiumEaston, MassachusettsFootball stadiumStonehill Skyhawks
Webster Bank ArenaBridgeport, ConnecticutMulti-purpose indoor arenaBridgeport Sound Tigers, Fairfield Stags
Weidner FieldColorado Springs, ColoradoSoccer-specific stadiumColorado Springs Switchbacks FC
Wells Fargo ArenaDes Moines, IowaMulti-purpose indoor arenaIowa Wolves
Wells Fargo CenterPhiladelphiaMulti-purpose indoor arenaPhiladelphia Flyers, Philadelphia 76ers, Philadelphia Soul, Villanova Wildcats men's basketball (part-time)
Werner ParkPapillion, NebraskaBaseball stadiumOmaha Storm Chasers; future home of Omaha USL team in soccer
WesBanco ArenaWheeling, West VirginiaMulti-purpose indoor arenaWheeling Nailers
Whataburger FieldCorpus Christi, TexasBaseball stadiumCorpus Christi Hooks
Whitaker Bank BallparkLexington, KentuckyBaseball stadiumLexington Legends
Wintrust ArenaChicagoMulti-purpose indoor arenaDePaul Blue Demons, Chicago Sky
WRAL Soccer CenterRaleigh, North CarolinaSoccer-specific stadium
Xcel Energy CenterSaint Paul, MinnesotaMulti-purpose indoor arenaMinnesota Wild
Xfinity CenterCollege Park, MarylandMulti-purpose indoor arenaMaryland Terrapins
XL CenterHartford, ConnecticutMulti-purpose indoor arenaUConn Huskies (part-time in basketball, full-time in men's ice hockey)
Yuengling CenterTampa, FloridaMulti-purpose indoor arenaSouth Florida Bulls
Zions Bank StadiumHerriman, UtahSoccer-specific stadiumReal 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. Used for soccer from 2008–2010.
  4. Naming rights owned by Caterpillar Inc.; "Dozer" refers to one of the company's most prominent products, bulldozers.
  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. Here, "HTC" is not the Taiwanese electronics company, but rather local telephone provider Horry Telephone Cooperative.
  7. Naming rights owned by the Kentucky Farm Bureau and donated to the Kentucky Department of Agriculture, which uses "Kentucky Proud" as a marketing brand.
  8. The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority paid $80 million for naming rights in 2018.
  9. Bears the name of a locally based credit union.
  10. 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.
  11. 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.
  12. Named for Sloan Valve Company.

Historical naming rights

Aborted naming rights deals

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.

Naming rights for closed venues

Naming rights for venues never built

  • 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

Opening in 2019

Opening in 2020

Opening in 2021

Opening at an undetermined date

Future naming rights for existing venues

To be renamed in 2020

See also


  1. "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. 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.
  4. "$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.
  5. 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.
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