When it comes to sports, NYC is the undisputed champion. The City is filled with historic teams, renowned venues and die-hard fans.
Here’s what you need to know before you get in the game.
You can find a local team playing nearly every week of the year.
New York City's WNBA team is in the playoffs. Cheer them on at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Watch (or try to find a way to participate in) the largest marathon in the world.
Take in a baseball game at their home in Queens, Citi Field.
One of the most successful franchises in sports, the Yankees have won a staggering 27 World Series championships.
The Major League Soccer club shares a stadium with baseball's Yankees.
The Red Bulls, the NYC area's elder pro soccer team, play at New Jersey's Red Bull Arena.
Here's where to see the big games.
The world's most famous arena is home to basketball's New York Knicks, hockey's New York Rangers and large-scale events and concerts.
Brooklyn’s premier indoor arena hosts some of the City’s biggest sporting events and concerts.
Home to baseball's 27-time champs, the new Yankee Stadium was built in 2009 across the street from its former location.
Citi Field is home to baseball's New York Mets.
The marquee event at Queen's sprawling tennis venue is, of course, the US Open.
MetLife Stadium is the home of New York's National Football League teams, the Jets and Giants.
Brooklynites spent more than four decades without professional baseball until the Cyclones arrived in 2001, along with their charming ballpark.
The ballpark is the home of the Staten Island FerryHawks, a member of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball.