Florida Sports Arenas & Stadiums
American Airlines Arena - Miami
Home to the NBA's Miami Heat and various concerts and special events including the 2004 MTV Music Video Awards.
Ben Hill Griffin Stadium - Gainesville
Ben Hill Griffin Satdium at Florida Field, also known as "the Swamp" where "only Gators come out alive" -- that's the Florida Gators of the University of Florida.
Bright House Networks Field - Clearwater
Home to the new Clearwater Threshers and the new spring training location for the Philadelphia Phillies.
Cracker Jack Stadium - Lake Buena Vista
The ultimate destination for competitors and fans alike is the spring training ground for The Atlanta Braves and the training camp for Super Bowl champions the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. A vast array of facilities hosts workshops and competitions in all sports year round.
Doak Campbell Stadium - Tallahassee
Home of the Florida State Seminoles.
Holman Stadium - Vero Beach
Spring training ground of the Los Angeles Dodgers and home of the Vero Beach Dodgers.
Joker Marchant Stadium - Lakeland
Home of the Lakeland Tigers and spring training ground of the Detroit Tigers.
Legends Field - Tampa
Spring training ground for the New York Yankees and home of the Class A affiliates, Tampa Yankees.
Pro Player Stadium - Miami
Home of the Miami Dolphins, Florida Marlins and the FedEx Orange Bowl.
Progress Energy Park - St. Petersburg
Home of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays spring training.
Raymond James Stadium - Tampa
The "crown jewel" of the National Football League and home to the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers, University of South Florida Bulls football and the New Year's Day Outback Bowl, plus many concerts and special events.
Roger Dean Stadium - Jupiter
Home of the Florida State League Palm Beach Cardinals and Jupiter Hammerheads.
St. Pete Times Forum - Tampa
Tampa Bay's premier sports and entertainment center located in Tampa.
Tropicana Field - St. Petersburg
Home of MLB's Tampa Bay Devil Rays and various local concerts and special events.