|Venue||Address / Phone||Description|
2150 Hempstead Turnpike
|Renowned for its historic races and beautiful park-like setting, this facility has been at the forefront of the thoroughbred racing world since its inaugural race in 1905. The spring/summer meet is filled with exciting races, the most famous of which is the Belmont Stakes, the third and most elusive jewel of the Triple Crown Series. During the fall meet, Belmont Park presents Super Stakes Weekend in September and Breeder's Cup Preview Weekend in October.|
|UBS Arena||2150 Hempstead Turnpike
|A multipurpose arena. Projected to open for the 2021-22 NHL season. Home of the NY Islanders.|
|NYCB Live Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum||
1255 Hempstead Turnpike
|The renovated 13,900-seat arena reopened to the public on April 5, 2017. The venue features first-rate entertainment, high-profile musical artists and sporting events including basketball, boxing, and mixed martial arts. The venue will be home to the NBA development league team, the Long Island Nets.|
|Hofstra University James Shuart Stadium||
147 Hofstra Blvd.
|Home to the Pride lacrosse team.|
|Mitchel Athletic Complex||
1 Charles Lindbergh Blvd.
|This 49-acre complex hosts a variety of local high school, collegiate, and professional athletic events and includes a track and field stadium (nine lanes) with an oval containing a new synthetic field suitable for football, soccer and lacrosse.|
|Long Island Sports Complex||
103 Mill Road
|A 25,000 square foot indoor climate-controlled turf field available for sports ranging from soccer, baseball, softball, lacrosse, football, and more. The facility is open seven days a week for field rental, team practices, leagues, tournaments, clinics, parties, birthday parties, and corporate events.|
|Nassau Aquatic Center||
|The most premier aquatic venue in the country. It is the largest indoor competitive pool on the eastern coast. The facility can host national and international events in all aquatic disciplines.|
|Island Garden Basketball, Inc.||
45 Cherry Valley Ave.
|One of the most modern basketball facilities in the country. Home to Long Island Lightning amateur basketball.|