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Located in Miami Gardens, Hard Rock Stadium is home to the Miami Dolphins and annual host of the Orange Bowl. Originally the facility was known as Joe Robbie Stadium, when it opened in 1987. It was home to the Miami Marlins until they moved to Marlins Park. Over the years, the stadium has hosted numerous Super Bowls and two World Series. In 2019, they also began hosting the Miami Open tennis tournament.
Home to the Miami Marlins since 2012, this stadium is owned by Miami-Date County. Its retractable roof and LEED certification made it cutting edge when it opened, however the seating capacity of 37,442 is the smallest actual capacity in Major League Baseball. Marlins Park also boasts a variety of details that anchor it firmly into Miami culture and ambiance, such as landscaping that evokes the beach, and Miami-Deco blue green pastel walls in the parking garage.
What would stadium highlights be in Miami without talking about a marine stadium? The Miami Marine Stadium that was built specifically for powerboat racing. In 2018, the 6,566-seat stadium was added to the National Register of Historic Places. The facility was open from 1963 until 1992 when it closed, due to damage from Hurricane Andrew. The stadium has also hosted a variety of other events such as a Jimmy Buffet concert in 1985 and boxing matches!
The American Airlines Arena, along Biscayne Bay, has been serving the downtown Miami crowd since its doors opened in 1999. The stadium has seen the likes of Mariah Carey, the MTV Video Music Awards, major WWE pay-per-view wrestling events, NBA finals, and the Hoophall Miami Invitational, featuring NCAA Division I teams.
The Miami Marlins have been the local Major League Baseball (MLB) team since 1993, when they were first known as the Florida Marlins. Their name change occurred in 2012, when they moved to their new home of Marlins Park, owned by Miami-Dade County. The team won the World Series in 1997 and in 2003. Billy the Marlin is the official mascot, since a rebranding in 2011, and he shows up to every home game!
If you love basketball, you’ll want to check out Miami Heat’s games. The franchise is about 35 years old and they have an impressive 14 division titles, six conference titles, and three championships in that short time frame. Some of its best known players include Shaquille O’Neal, Lebron James, Dwayne Wade, and Chris Bosh. Their main rivalries include the Chicago Bulls and the Orlando Magic.
The Miami Dolphins were founded in 1966 by Danny Thomas and Joe Robbie. Don Shula, one of the most successful head coaches in professional football, coached them from 1970 until 1995. He coached the Miami Dolphins to the only perfect season in the NFL, where a team one all fourteen regular season games, and all three playoff games, including the Super Bowl.
If the other football is more your style, then you’ll want to check out Inter Miami CF, the professional soccer club of the Miami metropolitan area. Although the team is still young (it was found in January 2018), it counts David Beckham among its co-owners. The team had its first game in the 2020 season on March 1, 2020, however much of its season was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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