New York is a sports-loving city where a sporting event happens in the city nearly every day.
The beautiful streets and the special seats of the stadiums where the major sports event takes place, obviously revolve around the city and therefore it enjoys its reputation as a sports capital of the U.S.
Let’s go on a trip with beautiful streets and famous sports venues in New York.
Discover local baseball at the shiny new park of Citi Field and watch the game on 50 high-definition TVs. Being one of the fledge stadia, it remains rich in New York National League baseball historic events.
Within the premises, you also get to see an Interactive Mets Museum and the Jackie Robinson rotunda.
Known as the cathedral of Baseball the new Yankee stadium was opened in 2009 which boasts of grand architecture.
It is equipped with multi-cuisine restaurants that fit everyone’s taste, a huge high-definition video scoreboard, an on-site museum, plentiful bathrooms and access to cutting-edge technology going to see a game in this stadium is a thoroughly modern experience.
If you have a chance and the desire, don’t miss a sporting event at Yankee and don’t forget to get your tickets booked at the earliest.
Tickets need to be reserved long in advance so you’ll need to plan to enjoy a unique experience. For taping details, one can look for platforms such as SportsWhereIAm and get specific details and information on making reservations.
Icahn Stadium was opened in 2005, mainly for track-and-field arenas of the United States.
Hosting more than countless performances of track and field events including the world record of Usain Bolt it also hosted the 1936 US Olympic Trials. It has one of the fastest tracks, complete with a Mondo surface.
One of the most charming ballparks of a baseball game MCU Park is located in the heart of Brooklyn’s Coney Island. You also get to enjoy and savor the Atlantic Ocean breezes from a 12,000-seat minor league stadium.
The stadium is covered with neon-accented lights with Coney Island ambiance making it a memorable experience for sports-loving fans.
Madison Square Garden
New York people have a lot of memories at Madison Square Garden which is located in midtown Manhattan.
Promoting every sport from basketball’s National Invitation Tournament, track and field’s Millrose Games, the New York Liberty’s WNBA home games and much more this sports venue has a lot of architectural grandeur to watch out for.
This venue has a 22-foot wide bridge feature traditional and bars seating options that offer a bird’s-eye view to every sports fan to enjoy.
In between, there is a unique vantage point to conduct two sporting events on one of two glass-sided sky bridges. The bridge weighs 331 tons and is firmly anchored in place and if you are lucky you might be able to catch two sports on the same day.
New Balance Track & Field Center at The Armory
Known to be one of the world’s fastest indoor tracks, New Balance Track & Field Center at the Armory in Washington Heights arena covers 60,000 square feet of area.
Combining history and athletics the venue welcomes approximately 400,000 athletes which include coaches, parents, and fans from more than 1,000 high schools of 36 states. The athletes are of all ages and abilities and have more than 100 meets each year at this venue.
During the season it has a jam-packed of crowd other than this there is plenty of features to explore inside the arena like the National Track and Field Hall of Fame.
It is an inspiring, enlightening tribute to the sport’s history which exhibits chronicle the history of the sport from the first Olympics, technological advances in sports in New York and a 40-foot-long glass Wall of Fame on which inductees’ names are etched.
USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis
Planning to visit New York then don’t ever miss a visit to the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Queens.
From watching the U.S. Open championship matches at summer’s end the expansive 897-acre park has more than 50 courts, including several stadiums.
During the offseason, you can take a tour, book a lesson or just walk in the footsteps of tennis greats.