From professional sports dynasties to prestigious universities, Boston's sports venues are as iconic as the teams that play within them. Whether you're catching a game or attending a concert, our cities sports stadiums and arenas provide attendees a perfect viewing experience.
4 Yawkey Way, Boston, MA 02215
Fenway Park is the nation’s oldest major league baseball park and home of the Boston Red Sox. The park is open year round and hosts multiple baseball, hockey, and soccer games as well as world-renowned musicians.
100 Legends Way, Boston, MA 02114
New England’s largest sports and entertainment arena, the TD Garden is the home of the historic NHL’s Boston Bruins and NBA’s Boston Celtics franchises.
1 Patriot Pl, Foxborough, MA 02035
Home of the historic New England Patriots and New England Revolution franchises, Gillette Stadium is New England’s premier destination for the biggest acts on the planet. When the Patriots and Revolution are out of town the location, space, and venue itself make Gillette Stadium the obvious choice for the music industry’s elite acts when playing in Massachusetts.
79 N Harvard St, Allston, MA 02134
Home to the Crimson, Harvard Stadium is located in Cambridge right next to the Charles River and has beautiful views of Boston’s skyline. The nation’s oldest stadium has a capacity of over 30,000 and still ranks as one of the nation’s finest football facilities.
Boston College, Alumni Football Stadium & Conte Forum
140 Commonwealth Avenue, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
Alumni Stadium and the Conte Forum are located in Chestnut Hill, about 6 miles west of Boston. Home of the Eagles, the arenas tend to sell out quite often have seating capacities of over 26,000 and 8,600 respectively.
Boston University, Agganis Arena
925 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215
Home of the Terriers, Agganis Arena is ranked amongst the top 15 venues globally for its size. The arena itself is over 290,000 sq. ft. accommodating over 6,100 seats for BU hockey games, and over 7,000 seats for concerts and shows.
Boston University, Nickerson Field
285 Babcock Street Boston, MA 02215
Located right in Boston, Nickerson field is home of the Terriers soccer and lacrosse athletic programs. It was also the home of the Boston Braves MLB team until 1953 when the team relocated.
Northeastern University, Matthews Arena
238-262 St. Botolph Street, Boston, MA 02115
Home of the Huskies, Matthews Arena is the oldest operating ice arena in North America and has a capacity of over 6,000. Matthews Arena was recently renovated and continues to host games, commencements, concerts, shows, and even Presidential addresses.