No matter the sport, there is a venue for it in Hampton Roads. Whether it involves sand, waves, fish or water - we've got that by the bucket full! To search our venues - Use the search feature to access our detailed facility inventory. To see a complete listing, read our facilities guide in PDF.
Old Dominion University's own Powhatan Sports Complex is home to the Powhatan Football Field, a multipurpose stadium with artificial surface that has over 2,800 seats, concessions stands and locker rooms. This field is mainly used by ODU as well as local Norfolk High Schools, Maury and Granby High. Adjacent to the football field, the Sports Center also contains a field hockey and lacrosse stadium where ODU's teams practice and compete. The lighted stadium has over 1,500 permanent seats with room for additional 1,500 temporary seats, Astro Turf field, concessions stands and restrooms. This complex also includes two lighted practice football fields for the ODU Football Team.
Chrysler Hall, located in Norfolk, VA, serves as the premier performing arts center of Hampton Roads. Seating 2,500 in the orchestra, dress circle, and balcony, Chrysler Hall is well suited to a multitude of events. Its main lobby and two-level grand hall can easily accommodate bistro tables as well as buffet serving tables for a complete evening of patron entertaining. The venue has hosted countless concerts and events, including the following:
Built in 1971, Scope Arena remains the world's largest reinforced thin-shell concrete dome. An iconic landmark in downtown Norfolk, it is currently home to the Norfolk Admirals hockey team and host of the MEAC Basketball Tournament.
The Bud Metheny Baseball Complex located in Norfolk, VA is home to the Old Dominion Universtiy Monarch basbeall team, who compete in Conference USA. The ballpark has a seating capacity of 2,500 and is named after long-time basketball coach, baseball manager and athletic director Bud Metheny. Coach Metheny worked for the university for over 30 years and served as:
All this was after an 11 year playing career with the New York Yankess that included a World Series Title in 1943. He holds the record for most baseball wins in school history with 423. ODU baseball has continued that success with a few players making it to the MLB:
The Jane P. Batten Student Center located at the center of the Virginia Wesleyan College campus is a 137,000 square foot multipurpose facility. The Batten Student Center is devoted to promoting health, leadership and a love for athletics.
The Center contains an arena that houses a competition:
The Center also houses:
The athletic complex in 2015 made Norfolk Collegiate the first K-12 school in the greater Hampton Roads region with two side-by-side, competition-size turf fields with lights. As the only school with such fields in Hampton Roads, Collegiate offers our student-athletes and the local athletic community a standout facility for local and regional tournaments, as well as the opportunity to train and compete daily on professional-level surfaces.
Not only does a synthetic grass field allow teams to practice and play games under all weather conditions, it easily accommodates multiple sports to be played on one field.See below for detailed information on the turf fields.
Two 70x110 yard, competition-sized, pre-lined artificial turf fields
Comprised of approximately 164,500 square feet of TurfField Classic Slit Film two-inch with an infill mix
Fields are pre-lined for soccer, field hockey, women’s lacrosse and men’s lacrosse
New, high-visibly scoreboards
2016 Hero Games Venue
Ocean View Golf Course will Host the Golf Tournament!
Now only $300 for a foursome!
Ocean View Golf Course, located in Norfolk, Virginia is among Hampton Roads' most memorable and enjoyable golf courses! It has enjoyed a long successful 85 year history and was the first course in the United States to offer rental pull carts before electric carts became the preferred choice on the course.
Current/Former Pro Golfers to play at Ocean View: