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List of Major League Lacrosse stadiums

Major League Lacrosse stadiums
Active teams
Team
(former names)
Stadium
(former names)
Years Used Capacity Opened City
Boston Cannons Gillette Stadium 2015-present 20,000 2002 Foxborough, Massachusetts
Harvard Stadium 2007–2014 3,898 1903 Boston, Massachusetts
Nickerson Field 2004–06 1,000 1915
Cawley Memorial Stadium 2001–03 1,000 1996 Lowell, Massachusetts
Charlotte Hounds American Legion Memorial Stadium 2012–present 21,000 1936 Charlotte, North Carolina
Chesapeake Bayhawks
(Washington Bayhawks 2007–09)
(Baltimore Bayhawks 2001–06)
Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium 2008–present 35,000 1959 Annapolis, Maryland
George Mason Stadium 2007–08 5,000 1981 Fairfax, Virginia
Multi-Sport Field 2007 2,500 2005 Washington, D. C.
Johnny Unitas Stadium 2004–06 11,000 2002 Towson, Maryland
Homewood Field 2003 8,500 1906 Baltimore, Maryland
Ravens Stadium 2002 70,107 1998
Homewood Field 2001 8,500 1906
Denver Outlaws Sports Authority Field at Mile High 2006–present 76,125 2001 Denver, Colorado
Hamilton Nationals
(Toronto Nationals 2009-10)
Ron Joyce Stadium 2011-present 6,000 2008 Hamilton, Ontario
Lamport Stadium 2010 9,600 1975 Toronto, Ontario
BMO Field 2009 1,978 2007
New York Lizards
(Long Island Lizards 2001-12)
James M. Shuart Stadium 2009–present 5,000 1962 Hempstead, New York
Mitchel Athletic Complex 2003–08 2,969 1984 Uniondale, New York
Hofstra Stadium 2001–02 15,000 1962 Hempstead, New York
Suffolk County Sports Park 2001 6,002 2000 Central Islip, New York
Ohio Machine Selby Field 2012 9,100 1929 Delaware, Ohio
Rochester Rattlers
(Inactive 2009-10)
Sahlen's Stadium 2011-present 13,768 2006 Rochester, New York
PAETEC Park 2006–08 13,768 2006
Bishop Kearney Field 2003–05 4,500 1962 Irondequoit, New York
Frontier Field 2001–02 10,840 1996 Rochester, New York
Defunct teams
Team
(former names)
Stadium
(former names)
Years Used Seating capacity Opened City
Chicago Machine
(2006-10)
Columbus Crew Stadium[1] 2010 20,455 1999 Columbus, Ohio
Marina Auto Stadium[1] 2010 13,768 2006 Rochester, New York
Virginia Beach Sportsplex[1] 2010 10,780 1999 Virginia Beach, Virginia
John Fallon Field[1] 2010 2,800 2005 Albany, New York
Joe Walton Stadium[1] 2010 3,000 2005 Moon Township, Pennsylvania
WakeMed Soccer Park[1] 2010 10,000 2002 Cary, North Carolina
Toyota Park 2007–2009 20,000 2006 Bridgeview, Illinois
Sports Complex at Benedictine University 2006 3,000 2004 Lisle, Illinois
Los Angeles Riptide
(2006-08)
The Home Depot Center 2006–08 10,000 2003 Carson, California
LeBard Stadium [1] 2008 7,600 1955 Costa Mesa, California
New Jersey Pride
(2001-08)
Yurcak Field 2006–08 5,000 1994 Piscataway, NJ
Alumni Stadium (Kean University) [1] 2005 2,700 1998 Union Township, Union County, New Jersey
Mercer County Park [1] 2004–06 6,103 1971 West Windsor, New Jersey
Sprague Field 2004–05 6,000 1962 Montclair, New Jersey
Commerce Bank Ballpark 2002–03 6,100 1999 Bridgewater, New Jersey
Yogi Berra Stadium 2001 3,784 1998 Little Falls, New Jersey
Philadelphia Barrage
(2004-08)
(Bridgeport Barrage 2001–2003)
Hillsboro Stadium [1] 2008 7,600 1999 Hillsboro, Oregon
WakeMed Soccer Park [1] 2008 7,130 2002 Cary, North Carolina
Anheuser-Busch Center [1] 2008 6,000 1982 St Louis, Missouri
Texas Stadium [1] 2008 65,675 1971 Irving, Texas
Virginia Beach Sportsplex [1] 2008 10,780 1999 Virginia Beach, Virginia
Yurcak Field [1] 2007 5,000 1994 Piscataway, NJ
United Sports Training Center 2007 1,200 1999 Downingtown, Pennsylvania
Franklin Field [1] 2006 52,593 1895 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Villanova Stadium 2004–06 12,500 1927 Villanova, Pennsylvania
Dunning Field [1] 2002 3,200 1997 New Canaan, CT
The Ballpark at Harbor Yard 2001–03 5,300 1998 Bridgeport, CT
San Francisco Dragons
(2006-08)
Spartan Stadium 2008 30,578 1933 San Jose, California
Kezar Stadium 2006–07 9,044 1990 San Francisco, California
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