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Sports Venues in Miami

Information about stadiums, arenas, and other sports venues in Miami Florida. Includes the American Airlines Arena, Dolphin Stadium, Tropical Park Stadium, and the BankAtlantic Center.

American Airlines Arena
This arena on Biscayne Bay in downtown Miami is used for Miami HEAT Basketball home games and many other concerts and events. It was built to replace the Miami Arena and it opened for the first time on December 31, 1999. The first event held there was a Gloria Estefan concert. Note that Gloria is the owner of the "Bongos" Cuban restaurant located inside the stadium.

Dolphins Stadium
This sports stadium in Opa-Locka Florida is use for football, baseball, soccer, and lacross. It is most well-known as the venue for the home games of the Miami Dolphins NBA American football team and the Florida Marlins MLB baseball team Before it was called Dolphin Stadium it was known at different times as Joe Robbie Stadium, Pro Player Park, and Pro Player Stadium.

BankAtlantic Center
This indoor stadium is located in Sunrise Florida, a suburban town north of Miami and west of Fort Lauderdale. It was built in 1998 and it is used as a venue for ice hockey, basketball, boxing, wrestling, concerts, and other events. It is the venue for the home pages of the Florida Panthers NHL ice hockey team.

Tropical Park Stadium
This 7000 seat stadium is the venue for the home games of the Miami FC professional soccer team and it is also used for track and field, equestrian, tennis, rugby, American football, and boxing events. The stadium was built in 1979 on the site of a former horse racing track. In addition to being a venue for spectator sports the park has sports facilities, paved bicycle trails and a fishing lake that are open to the public.

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