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Great Sports Venues Bring Great Sporting Events to Maryland

Looking for sports action? Get your ticket to a game at one of these great sports venues in Maryland.

FedEx Field in Landover is the largest-capacity stadium in the National Football League, and all those 85,000 seats fill up when the Washington Redskins play their games at home. The arena also hosts many college athletic events. Not far away in Baltimore, the Baltimore Ravens are at home in M&T Bank Stadium. The venue is known for its amenities, including more than 8,000 club seats and 128 suites.

Maryland travelers have two choices for college football. Head to Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium, where the University of Maryland Terrapins take to the field in College Park. The Navy Midshipmen football team plays at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis. The stadium also hosts the Military Bowl each year.

Oriole Park at Camden Yards is the long-time home of the Baltimore Orioles baseball team. Today's stadium was built in the 1990s with retro style and has great sightlines so spectators don't miss any of the action. The Oriole's Class-A affiliate team, the Aberdeen Ironbirds, play at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen. The Southern Maryland Blue Crabs, a team in the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball, play at Regency Furniture Stadium in Waldorf.

FedEx Field

After its most recent renovation, FedEx Field, home to the NFL's Washington Redskins, now has the league's largest stadium capacity. The Stadium is located near Lanham in the DC region and holds 85,000 football fans every Sunday.

Originally opened in 1997, the stadium is also known for hosting regional college athletic events as well. Fedex field exemplified its versatility hosting the 1999 FIFA women's world cup semi final and as well as several other MLS game since.

Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium

Opened in 1950, Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium is the home football stadium of the University of Maryland Terrapins. The stadium is located on the UM campus in the city of College Park, just outside of the greater Baltimore area.

The stadium, formerly known as Byrd Stadium, seats just over 50,000 fans on game days in the fall. Check out a Terps game this fall as they take on all comers in the Big Ten Conference, and be ready to cheer when the Mighty Sound of Maryland sounds. (Hint: that's when the Terps score).

M&T Bank Stadium

Ready for some football in Baltimore? Head to M&T Bank Stadium, south of downtown Baltimore, to cheer on the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League.

This multi-purpose, stadium has been the home of the Ravens since it was completed in 1998. This impressive stadium has also hosts the Johns Hopkins University's men's lacrosse team games, an annual high school rival football game (one of the oldest in the country), plus concerts and lacrosse tournaments.

M&T Bank Stadium is considered to be the "crowning jewel" of the sports facilities in the National Football League. It features 71,008 seats, including 8,196 club seats and 128 suites, two high definition RavensVision video screens and Shaw Sportexe Momentum Turf. Enjoy a day of football fun at the stadium to round out your Baltimore visit.

Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium

Visits to the Baltimore area are often filled with tours of historic sites, meals rich in blue crab, and, for those visiting during the fall, college football. Don't miss the action on your next stay in Annapolis – head for the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, home of the Navy Midshipmen football team.

Opened in 1959, the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium seats 34,000 fans. It can be found only minutes southeast from Highway 50 along Farragut Road in central MD. Each year, this stadium not only hosts all the home games for the Midshipmen, but also hosts the Military Bowl.

Oriole Park at Camden Yard

Baseball fans in the Balitmore area have a great reason to love the sport. Charm City is home to Major League Baseball's Baltimore Orioles, playing at Oriole Park at Camden Yard since 1992.

Oriole Park was the first ballpark built during the 1990s, with a "retro-style" architecture – providing great views for the fans.

Oriole Park at Camden Yard became an inspiration for baseball stadiums to be built in the "retro" style. The stadium features seats for 45,971 fans, with standing room for an additional 800 people, plus picnic tables.

The park's location in downtown Baltimore is close to nearby attractions like Inner Harbor and M&T Bank Stadium.

Regency Furniture Stadium

On your next trek through Maryland, head for the western region, near DC, and visit the Regency Furniture Stadium. Whether you're a baseball fanatic, or simply in search of something fun and unique to do on your visit to nearby La Plata, make a day of it at Regency Furniture Stadium.

Home to the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball, Regency Furniture Stadium opened in 2008, and seats 4,200 fans. Each year, the RFS hosts the Southern Maryland Nationals baseball tournament. You can find RFS just east of Highway 301 along Piney Church Road.

Ripken Stadium

There are many ways to enjoy a visit to Maryland – the famous blue crabs come to mind, along with a wealth of historic sites, and outdoor adventures. Head for the northeast corner of Maryland and take in a ballgame at Ripken Stadium. Seating 6,300 fans, Ripken Stadium is home of the Aberdeen IronBirds, the Baltimore Orioles Class-A affiliate.

Opened in 2002, Ripken Field is home to Leidos Field, and you can find the whole complex just west of Interstate 95 – a short drive from the town of North East. Don't miss the exciting minor league baseball action on your visit. The IronBirds play from June through September.