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* [http://www.verizonwirelessarena.com Verizon Wireless Arena] - Opened in 2001, this arena is the host to hockey, arena football and musical concerts. It seats over 11,000.
 
* [http://www.verizonwirelessarena.com Verizon Wireless Arena] - Opened in 2001, this arena is the host to hockey, arena football and musical concerts. It seats over 11,000.
 
* [http://www.manchesternh.gov/CityGov/PKS/Facilities/JFK.html The John F. Kennedy Memorial Coliseum] - The JFK Colesium was completed in 1963, and serves as home ice for Manchester Central and Memorial High School hockey teams, and is home of the Southern New Hampshire Skating Club.
 
* [http://www.manchesternh.gov/CityGov/PKS/Facilities/JFK.html The John F. Kennedy Memorial Coliseum] - The JFK Colesium was completed in 1963, and serves as home ice for Manchester Central and Memorial High School hockey teams, and is home of the Southern New Hampshire Skating Club.
* [[wikipedia:MerchantsAuto.com Stadium|MerchantsAuto.com Stadium]] (formerly known as Fisher Cats Park) is a stadium that holds 6,500 people. It is primarily used for baseball, and is the home field of the New Hampshire Fisher Cats minor league baseball team. The first game played at the ballpark was on April 7, 2005 and was between the New Britain Rock Cats and the Fisher Cats. The corporate sponsored name of MerchantsAuto.com Stadium was introduced on April 7, 2006.
 
* [[wikipedia:Gill Stadium|Gill Stadium]] is a neighborhood sporting field that is home to numerous amateur teams in Manchester's thriving baseball community. It was originally constructed in 1913 by the Amoskeag Manufacturing Company for the firm's amateur baseball club. The facility was purchased by the City of Manchester in 1927 and named Athletic Field. The name was changed to Gill Stadium in 1967, after former Parks and Recreation Director Ignace J. Gill. It hosted the Fisher Cats baseball team until the 2005 season.
 
   
 
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