Sports Venues

The Madison area is filled with unique venues and premier facilities. Below is just a small sampling of all of the spaces we have to offer, but please contact us to find out more about how we can best meet the needs of your event. You can also fill out our RFP form (or send us an already-prepared RFP) and our staff will find the perfect venue for you.

Alliant Energy Center
The Alliant Energy Center is a prime venue sitting upon 164 acres, with a multi-building complex featuring a 255,000 sq. ft. Exhibition Hall, 10,000 seat Veterans Memorial Coliseum, 22,000 sq.ft. Arena and 29 acre outdoor venue. It has hosted the CrossFit Games since 2017.

Monona Terrace
The Frank Lloyd Wright designed Monona Terrace is a spectacular multi-level structure located in the heart of downtown Madison featuring a 40,000 square foot exhibit hall and exquisite lake views.  This facility can be creatively used for sporting events. It serves as the home of IRONMAN Wisconsin, its expo and transition areas.

Capitol Ice Arena
Located in Middleton, WI, Capitol Ice Arena is owned and operated by Bob and Gary Suter, featuring two ice sheets and seating for 1,500 in the showcase rink. Home to the AAA Madison Capitols, the Capitol Ice Arena has a rich history and commitment to the sport of hockey.

Dane County Parks
Dane County Parks has over 30 locations and is the perfect venue in any season. The various parks feature trails for walking, biking and skiing, athletic fields, camping, swimming and has space tailored to event needs.

Greater Madison BMX Track
The Greater Madison BMX track is located in DeForest, WI with easy access off I-90. The track is 1150 ft. long of hard packed clay featuring a paved starting hill, UCI random starting gate, awesome berms and fast straights. It's been dubbed one of the fastest tracks around the Midwest.

Oregon Community Sports Arena
The Oregon Community Sports Arena features one sheet of ice and seating for 1,200. It is equipped with one varsity locker room and five additional locker rooms. It is home to the Oregon High School Varsity team, Oregon Stampede (adult hockey) and broomball leagues. The attached Angela Drake Community Room provides additional meeting space.

Verona Ice Rink
Eagles Nest is home to an Olympic sized ice sheet with seating for 900 spectators in permanent bleachers. The facility has six large locker rooms, a heated mezzanine overlooking the ice, pro shop, and concession area.

Hartmeyer Ice Arena
Hartmeyer Ice Arena, located on Madison's east side, features one sheet of ice and seating for 1,500. The concrete based rink can host a wide array of other events including indoor football and roller hockey.

Madison Ice Arena
Madison Ice Arena, located on Madison's west side, has one NHL-sized rink and a studio rink home to many area high school teams. Both rinks are operated by Madison Ice Inc.

Hitters SportsPlex
Hitters SportsPlex features a 50,000 sq. ft. indoor training space containing six championship size tennis courts and two USTA Quickstart courts. The remodeled area also offers onsite childcare, locker room facilities and a lounge. Also included are automated batting cages, a private instruction area, athletic performance center and more.

Keva Sports Center
Keva Sports Center offers a selection of indoor and outdoor facilities for many sports including soccer, basketball, volleyball, flag football and badminton. The Center is equipped with three playing surfaces, two field turfs with boards, glass and netting, and two suspended hardwood basketball floors. KEVA also has an outdoor area with field turf for Lacrosse, soccer and frisbee, as well as three state-of-the-art sand volleyball courts. All outdoor areas are lit for night time play.

Madison Curling Club
The Madison Curling Club was the host arena for the 2010 National Club Curling Championships and the 2012 Junior Curling Championships  in addition to annual events. This facility features a 15,800 sq. ft., six-sheet rink house, club room and outdoor patio area for special events.

Madison College
Home to the NJCAA Wolfpack, Madison College includes a newly updated gymnasium with three full-court basketball and volleyball courts, a six-lane swimming pool and fitness center. The outdoor venues include a baseball field with a 600-seat grandstand, a completely renovated softball complex and two soccer fields.

Madison Parks
Madison parks have amenities including athletic courts and fields, hiking, biking and skiing trails, boating, swimming and much more. The parks' customizable, open spaces make it perfect for a variety of events. Madison Parks is home to four premiere public golf courses: Glenway, Monona, Odana Hills and the 36-hole Yahara Hills.

Reddan Soccer Park
This 64-acre facility hosts over 1,000 games, eight major tournaments and over 175,000 visitors every year. Reddan Soccer Park has 1,200 parking spaces and a complete clubhouse. In addition to the prestigious soccer tournaments, Reddan Park also served as the home to the 2010 USA Ultimate Collegiate National Championships.

Singletrack at CamRock
Part of the 422-acre CamRock County Park, the single-track bike trail challenges even the most experienced of riders. Designed by local members of the Wisconsin Off-Road Bicycling Association, the trail features three miles of challenging terrain at elevations reaching 150 feet.

Kohl Center
Home of Badger basketball and hockey, the Kohl Center provides a competitive floor, practice space, spacious locker rooms and state-of-the-art amenities. With seating for up to 17,230, it's an ideal location for sporting events, concerts and large events. In addition, the Nicholas-Johnson Pavilion houses three full-size basketball courts.

Camp Randall
Home of Badger football, this stadium has seating for just over 80,000 and hosts college and high school football games, outdoor concerts and other large events. The stadium is complete with a press box, suites, concession stands, locker rooms and weight and training rooms.

Field House
The University Field House is currently home to Badger volleyball and wrestling but accommodates a variety of events. The historic building seats 12,000 visitors and was updated in 2009 with a resurfaced floor and additional seating.

Thomas Zimmer Cross Country Course
The Thomas Zimmer Cross Country Course, is designed to host major championship events like the 2018 NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships, Wisconsin Adidas Invitational and 2010 Big Ten Cross Country Championship. The course accommodates distances of 4k, 5k, 8k and 10k with an exterior loop of approximately 2,500 meters and an interior loop of 1,000 meters.

University Ridge Golf Course
University Ridge Golf Course is a world-class course ranked in the top 50 public courses in the country. The par-72, 18-hole course offers 7,259 yards of golf within a natural Wisconsin setting of woods, hills and wetlands. The facility includes a 33-acre practice facility and a clubhouse, hospitality tent and veranda for guests.

Dan McClimon Memorial Track and Field/Soccer Complex
The Dan McClimon Memorial Track/Soccer Complex features a fully-lighted, 400-meter, eight-lane track made of polyurethane "Martin 2000" surface. The inside of the track doubles as both a soccer field and space for all field events. The complex has general bleacher seating for 2,000 guests with a total capacity of 4,500 and has been host to multiple Big Ten Championships.

Goodman Diamond
The scenic, fully-lighted Goodman Diamond overlooks Lake Mendota. It features dugouts, locker areas, a players' lounge, grandstand seating, a press box and has a capacity of 1,600. The Diamond is home to the University of Wisconsin softball team and annually hosts the WIAA State Softball Tournament.

The Natatorium features an eight-lane, 25-yard pool and a separate 50 ft, x 40 ft. diving well with three 1m boards, two 3m boards and one 5m board. Additional features include fan seating, a timing system, digital readout scoreboard, an on-deck dryland board and trampoline with spotting rigs. The facility includes eight basketball courts, five racquetball courts, a weight room, fitness training room and cardio center.

Nielsen Tennis Stadium
The Nielsen Tennis Stadium features 12 indoor and six outdoor tennis courts. Amenities include shower and locker areas and spectator seating for more than 1,500 fans. The Nielsen serves as the site for Big Ten Championships, the annual Wisconsin Boys' and Girls' High School Championships and the USTA/ITA Women's National Indoor Team Tennis Championship since 1988.

Shell - indoor track
The Shell features a 200-meter Martin Surfacing encapsulated urethane track. The most recent renovations include wider track turns, an additional jump pit, and new competitive pole vault area. Each year, the Wisconsin track team hosts the Badger Track Classic at the 1,500-seat Shell.

Porter Boathouse
Located on the shore of Lake Mendota, the Porter Boathouse is home to the Badger men's and women's crew teams. The building features three separate team workout rooms, a moving water rowing tank for 24 athletes, storage space for more than 100 boats, team locker rooms, coach and staff offices, a meeting room, a catering kitchen and exterior terraces.

Middleton Firefighter's Memorial Park
Just outside Madison, the Middleton Firefighter's Memorial Park features four baseball diamonds. All four have a 60 ft. distance between bases with pitching rubbers at 40, 43 and 46 ft. and no raised mounds. Eight-foot high fences are 200 ft. from home plate. Three of the fields have dirt infields and the other is grass. The complex also features a full clubhouse.

Otto Breitenbach Stadium
The Otto Breitenbach Stadium includes a synthetic turf football field, soccer field, nine-lane polyurethane track and renovated jump and throw areas. The American Sports Builders Association named the facility the 2007–2008 "Outdoor Track Facility of the Year."

Middleton High School Swimming Pool 
Middleton High School's swimming pool has hosted the Division 1 Girls and Boys Big Eight Conference swimming and diving meets every year since 1994.

Middleton High School Gymnasium
Middleton High School has three gym facilities that can accommodate basketball, wrestling, volleyball and gymnastics. The Middleton gymnasium hosts the WIAA Division 1 Boys Basketball Sectional Final annually.

Middleton Parks
Middleton Parks offer a wide variety of recreation opportunities and can accommodate a variety of events. The 16 major park locations feature trails for walking and biking, baseball diamonds, basketball, volleyball and tennis courts, soccer fields, fishing, outdoor ice skating in winter and shelters with kitchen facilities.

Break Away Sports Center
This indoor soccer center features two large-size 80 ft. x 180 ft. soccer fields with 35 ft. high ceilings, as well as locker rooms with showers, a concession area and plexiglass and balcony viewing areas.

Fitchburg Parks
Fitchburg Parks include about 730 acres of parkland in at least 95 different areas. The various parks feature trails for walking, biking and skiing, and athletic fields.

Verona Parks
Verona Parks accommodates a variety of events through their 19 locations. The various parks feature indoor and outdoor ice skating, running and hiking paths, baseball/softball fields, soccer fields, a skate park, quarry swimming, fishing, tennis courts, seven park shelters and much more.

Verona Little League Complex
The Verona Little League Complex features four fully lighted diamonds as well as a clubhouse.

Stampfl Field
Home of the Edgewood College Eagles, Stampfl Field features one baseball field and is equipped with a new grandstand, press box, concession stands and a scoreboard as of 2008.

Verona Athletic Center​
The core of the Verona Athletic Center is a four-court gymnasium that hosts basketball tournaments and multiple other sporting events monthly. The building also includes two dance studios, a 24/7 Anytime Fitness facility, Athletic Republic (the nation’s premier sports training facility for junior and high school sports) and a banquet and event center.