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If you’re a sports fan, your trip wouldn’t be complete without paying a visit to the local stadiums. Check out where the pros play or hit a game or two while you’re in town!

Visit the sports venues in the area without a hitch by checking the address and driving directions below. Some of these venues also feature other events from time to time, so check out their website to find out more information!
Arizona Diamondbacks
Arizona Diamondbacks

(602) 462-6500

401 E Jefferson St
Phoenix, AZ 85004   Directions Website

Enjoy springtime in Phoenix at an Arizona Diamondbacks game, and watch one of the youngest championship Major League Baseball teams in action. The sports team plays at Chase Field, a stadium modeled after the sprawling old-time stadiums of yesteryear, but with plenty of modern touches for the ultimate in fan satisfaction.

The Arizona Diamondbacks are a relatively new Major League Baseball team, and play in the West Division of the National League. Nicknamed the "D-backs," the team has already won one World Series. They won in 2001, which makes them the youngest team to have ever won a championship. It only took them four years.

Their first game was a sell-out crowd of 50,179, with tickets selling out in a matter of hours.

The Arizona Diamondbacks have gone on to become a highly competitive team. In their first five seasons, the D-Backs won three division titles (1999, 2001, 2002) and one World Series (2001). In 1999, Arizona won 100 games in only its second season to win the NL West title.

Arizona Rattlers
Arizona Rattlers

(602) 514-8274

4125 E McKellips Rd
Mesa, AZ 85215   Directions Website

The Arizona Rattlers know how to intimidate the opponent. The Arena Football League team has won two Arena Bowl championships, in 1994 and 1997. The sports team plays at the US Airways Center and you'll practically feel like you're at a pro-grame.

The Arizona Rattlers are one of the founding teams in the new Arena Football League, playing their inaugural season in 1992.

Based in Phoenix, the team plays their home games in the US Airways Center, also home to the NBA's Phoenix Suns.

The Arizona Rattlers made a name for themselves with their aggressive style of play and impressive number of wins.

As one of the AFL's leading franchises, the Arizona Rattlers won the Arena Bowl championship in 1994 and 1997. They also made it to the finals in 2002, 2003 and 2004.

The team's colors and merchandise are also wildly popular, with their unique copper-colored helmets and rattlesnake logo.

In a popular publicity stunt, the Arizona Rattlers guaranteed a winning 2007 season for ticket holders, pledging to make it to the playoffs or else fans would get their money back. The team made good on the $2.2 million guarantee, clinching a spot in the playoffs with a win over the Orlando Predators.

Phoenix Coyotes
Phoenix Coyotes

(623) 772-3200

9400 W Maryland Ave
Glendale, AZ 85305   Directions Website

Cheer on the Phoenix Coyotes as they deliver plenty of hard-checking, board-slamming sports action at the Jobing.com Arena. The NHL team is based in Glendale, just outside of Phoenix. Ice hockey in Phoenix? Totally cool.

The Phoenix Coyotes are a National Hockey League team and members of the Pacific Division of the Western Conference.

The Coyotes formed in 1972 in Winnipeg, then moved to Phoenix in 1996 as members of the NHL. They played at the US Airways Center until 2003, when the Jobing.com Arena was built.

The most recent victory for the Phoenix Coyotes was a playoff spot in 2010.

Phoenix Mercury
Phoenix Mercury

(602) 379-2000

201 E Jefferson St
Phoenix, AZ 85004   Directions Website

Cheer on the superstar Phoenix Mercury WNBA womens' basketball team, as they attempt to repeat their 2008 National Championship status. The sports team has logged multiple winning seasons in a row, and features plenty of MVP's and hall-of-famers on its roster.

The Phoenix Mercury is a Women's NBA team that began in 1997, one of 8 original teams when the league began. They are the sister team of the Phoenix Suns, who are also under the same ownership.

The team has fielded more than its share of superstar players, beginning with hall-of-famer Nancy Lieberman.

Players Michele Timms, Jennifer Gillom and headline-grabber Bridget Pettis has all contributed to the team's development into a major franchise.

The team made the playoffs in its first season, and has qualified multiple times since. They reached the finals twice more, and then won the Championship again in 2008.

Phoenix Suns
Phoenix Suns

(602) 379-7900

201 E Jefferson St
Phoenix, AZ 85004   Directions Website

Watch the Phoenix Suns in action. The Suns have been a strong sports team since the franchise formed in 1968, with recent records for winning seasons and for advancing to the NBA finals.

The Phoenix Suns are a highly successful NBA team based in Phoenix, and are members of the Pacific Division of the Western Conference. The Phoenix Suns have made a name for themselves since they began playing in 1968. They are fourth for best all-time winning percentage, winning 56 percent of their games. In the team's history, the Suns have 19 50-win seasons, have made the Western Conference Finals nine times, and have made it to the NBA finals twice. One of their most famous players was Charles Barkley, the flamboyant all-star power forward who won the MVP in 1993.

Phoenix del Sol
Phoenix del Sol

(480) 600-8136

1831 W Rose Garden Ln
Phoenix, AZ 85027   Directions Website

Phoenix del Sol is a new Women's Premier Soccer League franchise based in Phoenix. The franchise is owned by SC del Sol, a large, very successful youth soccer club located in the North Phoenix area. Participate in an exciting, growing league during their season running from May 1st to August 1st.

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