Fantastic Facilities!

Columbus has developed into one of the nation’s emerging sports destinations in recent years due in large part to the opening of a variety of new venues, including two multi-purpose arenas, the nation’s first soccer-specific stadium built for a professional soccer team and a world-class track and field facility. Columbus is also home to the world’s largest softball complex.

Columbus is one of the few cities that can boast two 20,000 seat arenas - Nationwide Arena and the Schottenstein Center - located only minutes from each other. Nationwide in the Arena District and the Schott on the campus of OSU

MAPFRE Stadium

MAPFRE Stadium is a pioneer for soccer-specific stadium, but with a capacity of 22,500, it is also the perfect setting for football and lacrosse, and has the amenities and luxuries to host such events as the MLS Cup, MLS All-Star Game and FIFA Women’s World Cup.

In addition to the massive Ohio Stadium, The Ohio State University also boasts the new McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion, Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium (track & field, soccer and lacrosse) and the beautiful 4,450-seat Bill Davis Stadium (baseball).

The Greater Columbus Convention Center is one of the city’s most flexible venues and hosts a variety of volleyball, fencing and wrestling tournaments, in addition to the Arnold Sports Festival and its 18,000 athletes.

Huntington Park


In Spring 2009, Huntington Park opened downtown in the Arena District and is the home of the International League’s Columbus Clippers baseball team, affilate of the Cleveland Indians.


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