Stadiums and Sports Arenas in the Washington, DC Area
DC Armory – A Sports and Entertainment Complex in Washington DC
The DC Armory is a sports and entertainment complex in Washington DC that can accommodate up to 10,000 people. The facility was built in 1941 to serve as the headquarters for the DC National Guard. The DC Armory has been used for a wide range of purposes, ranging from hosting professional wrestling to the circus to inauguration balls to...
Washington Sports - A Guide to the Pro Sports Teams of Washington DC
Washington sports teams compete in a variety of national leagues including baseball, basketball, football, ice hockey, soccer, and tennis. Learn about the professional sports teams of Washington DC.
FedEx Field – Washington Redskins FedEx Field
FedEx Field, home of the Washington Redskins football team, located in Landover, Maryland, the largest stadium in the National Football League,
Nationals Baseball Stadium: The Building of South Capitol Ballpark
Plans are underway to build a 41,000-seat baseball stadium for the Washington Nationals in the South Capitol Street corridor of Washington, DC. Find out why, what it will cost, when it will be completed and more.
RFK Stadium in Washington, DC
Find information about the current home of the Washington Nationals and an arena for college and high school sporting events, musical concerts and other major events in Washington, DC.
Verizon Center in Washington, DC, the 20,000-seat sports arena in downtown Washington, DC, see sporting events and family entertainment at the Verizon Center
Redskins Park, the year-round headquarters for the Washington Redskins NFL Football team, is situated on a 162-acre former dairy farm in Ashburn, Virginia. See a map and directions.
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
The state-of-the art baseball stadium for the Baltimore Orioles is located in downtown Baltimore, near the Inner Harbor.
M&T Bank Stadium
The stadium is the home to the Baltimore Ravens, located in the heart of downtown Baltimore.
Bowie Baysox - Prince George's Stadium
The stadium in Bowie, Maryland is home to the Bowie Baysox, a minor league baseball team that is a Baltimore Orioles' AA affiliate in the Eastern League.