Florida has a stadium and/or venue for almost every sport that exists. Well populated places like Gainesville, Orlando, Miami, and Tallahassee contain their own sports stadiums where millions of people come out each year to enjoy watching their favorite teams compete. ​​​

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Amalie Arena is located in downtown Channelside Tampa, Florida and is home to the Tampa Bay Lightning NHL team and the Tampa Bay Storm Arena Football team. The arena, originally named the Ice Palace and most recently the Tampa Bay Times Forum, hosts other events, basketball, and concerts. . 

The American Airlines Arena is located on the waterfront in downtown Miami, Florida. It is home to the Miami Heat NBA basketball team and hosts large concerts and events. 

Amway Center, located in Downtown Orlando, is a sports and entertainment venue. Home to the Orlando Magic NBA team and the Orlando Solar Bears ECHL team. Built with a capacity of more than 20,000 seats, the arena's urban setting, gives guests easy access to the Orlando entertainment core. Hosting concerts, events, shows and more, the area is designed to stage any event. 

The BB&T Center is an indoor arena located in Sunrise (Fort Lauderdale Metro area), Florida. Home of the Florida Panthers NHL team, the arena also hosts basketball, arena football and concerts. 

Steve Spurrier-Florida Field at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium popularly known as "The Swamp" is located at the University of Florida in Gainesville Florida. Home to the universities Florida Gators football team and hosts other university events throughout the year as well as high school football playoffs. With a seating capacity of 88,548, The Swamp is the 12th largest stadium in American college football. 

Bragg Memorial Stadium is home to the A&M Rattlers football team, located on the A&M University campus in Tallahassee, Florida. 

Bright House Networks Stadium, also know as "The Bounce House" though recent renovations have made the bouncing effect less obvious. It is located at the University of Central Florida in Orlando Florida and home to the UCF Knights football team. The stadium has a capacity of 44,206. 

Camping World Stadium is located in Downtown Orlando Florida. It was formerly known as the Tangerine Bowl, Florida Citrus Bowl and Orlando Citrus Bowl. The stadium is currently home to the Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl, the Orlando City Soccer League, and the Russell Athletic Bowl and hosts other events, concerts and college football games. The Stadium Complex includes Tinker Field, McCracken Field, Thunder Field, and Festival Field when hosts events, concerts, sports, and community festivals throughout the year. 

CFE Federal Credit Union Arena, formerly the UCF Arena is a sports and entertainment arena located at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida. Home of the UCF Knights mens and womens basketball teams, the arena also hosts concerts, graduations, theater, events and other sporting events. 

Bobby Bowden Field at Doak S. Campbell Stadium, popularly known as "Doak" is located at Florida State University in Tallahassee. Home to the university Florida Seminoles football team, the stadium has a seating capacity of 79,560, and is known as one of the more intimidating places to play. 

Donald L. Tucker Civic Center, located at Florida State University campus in Tallahassee, Florida is home to the FSU Seminoles Men's and Women's basketball teams. The venue also hosts concerts and events and is the largest arena in the panhandle of Florida. 

ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex located in Lake Buena Vista, Florida features Jostens Center with volleyball courts, basketball courts and inline rinks, a Softball Diamondplex, Track and Field Complex, Tennis Complex, Baseball Quadraplex, Champion Stadium, HP Field House, Marathon Sports Fields, and more. Located right next to Disney's parks and resorts, ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex holds large events throughout the year that give travel teams the opportunity to enjoy activities in the surrounding area. 

EverBank Field is home to the Jacksonville Jaguars NFL team. The stadium sits on the St. Johns River in Downtown Jacksonville Florida and has a seating capacity of 67,246. In addition to Jacksonville Jaguars football games, the stadium hosts the annual Florida-Georgia college game as well as US men's national soccer games. 

FAU Stadium is home to the Florida Atlantic University college football team, located in Boca Raton, Florida. It also hosts the Major League Lacrosse Team, the Florida Launch. 

FIU Stadium is a college stadium home to Florida International University's Panthers football team. Located in Miami, Florida, and informally known as The Cage, the stadium has a seating capacity of 20,000. Also home to Miami FC soccer team and other events. 

Florida State Fairgrounds Complex, located in Tampa, Florida, includes the Expo Hall, Entertainment Hall, Special Events Center, Florida Center and Botanical Gardens, Pavillion and Waterfront Cafe as well as other outdoor locations that include an Equestrian Center.

Germain Arena is a multi-purpose arena located in Estero Florida. Home to the Florida Everblades ice hockey team and the Florida Tarpons Arena Pro Football team. The venue hosts other events, shows, concerts and entertainment. 

Hard Rock Stadium located in Miami Gardens, Florida is home to the Miami Dolphins NFL football team and the University of Miami Hurricanes football. Formerly known by 7 other names initially the Joe Robbie Stadium and most recently the Sun Life Stadium, the stadium hosts the Orange Bowl annually as well as large concerts, WrestleMania and numerous events. 5 Super Bowls, 2 World Series, 4 BCS National Championship Games, WrestleMania XXVIII are just a few of the past events hosted at the Hard Rock Stadium. 

Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena, located in Jacksonville, Florida, is a sports and entertainment venue home to the Jacksonville Sharks AFL/NAL team and the Jacksonville Giants ABA team. 

Lakeland Center is a multi-purpose arena and theatre located in Lakeland, Florida and home to the Central Florida Jaguars elite indoor football team and the Florida Tropics soccer team. 

Lockhart Stadium is located in Fort Lauderdale Florida and is home to the Fort Lauderdale Strikers of North American Soccer League. 

Marlins Park is a baseball park, home of the Miami Marlins, located in Miami, Florida. The stadium is a contemporary architecture featuring an abstract design, a retractable roof, Miami Deco Art, Fish Tanks, Swimming Pool, Nightclub and a true South Beach atmosphere. Built where the old Orange Bowl use to be, the stadium has taken a Green approach to be environmentally friendly. 

Pensacola Bay Center is a sports and entertainment arena located in Pensacola, Florida. Home to the Pensacola Ice Flyers SPHL team and hosts other sporting events and concerts. 

Raymond James Stadium is home to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the University of South Florida football, Outback Bowl and Monster Jam. Located in Downtown Tampa Bay, and hosts to large concerts and other events and festivals. 

Silver Spurs Arena is a multi-purpose arena located in Kissimmee, Florida that hosts the Silver Spurs Rodeo events, concerts, family and sporting events. 

Tropicana Field is home to the Tampa Bay Rays MLB team. Located in St. Petersburg, Florida, the stadium also hosts college football. This domed stadium is the only non-retractable Major League Baseball stadium and is the smallest by seating capacity.