Sports Venues in Denver CO
The 76-acre ballpark stands at 20th and Blake streets in Denver’s lower downtown (“LoDo”) district. Fans sitting in the first-base and right-field areas are treated to a spectacular view of the Rocky Mountains. Every year since it opened in 1995, Coors Field has been a league leader in attendance. Coors Field is home of the MLB Colorado Rockies.
Pepsi Center, one of the nation’s finest sports and entertainment facilities, represents the best of Colorado and the Rocky Mountain West. Clear sightlines. Dramatic views. Open space. Pepsi Center is home to the NHL Colorado Avalanche and NBA Denver Nuggets.
Sports Authority Field is the new name of Invesco Field, which replaced the identically sized, Mile High Stadium, so named because Denver is exactly 1 mile above sea level. It is the home of Denver’s NFL team, the Denver Broncos.
This soccer-specific stadium complex provides numerous options for improving the sport of soccer, and the entire complex leads the way in developing both the top domestic and international youth soccer programs located anywhere in the Rocky Mountain region. The 18,000-seat stadium is home for the Colorado Rapids Major League Soccer Club, and the 24 fields that surround the stadium are used for team practice fields, both youth and adult soccer leagues, and match fields for numerous sports.