Browns Helmet

FirstEnergy Stadium

Cleveland Browns Stadium opened in 1999.  The facility consists of an open-air stadium with over 73,000 seats, private suites and other areas for entertaining and meeting, in addition to broadcasting and media facilities, concessions and merchandising areas, lighting and staging, expansive parking, and public transportation access. Cleveland Browns Stadium features one of the largest and most capable video screens in any NFL Stadium. The Prostar VideoPlus display boards are located behind each end zone and measure approximately 27 feet high by 94 feet wide. They are capable of displaying live video and instant replays, as well as game information, player and team statistics, advertising, graphics and animation in 16.7 million colors. Two other ProStar boards are mounted on the outside of the Stadium. Measuring 90 feet long and 25 feet high they are the largest animated display boards in the city. They display time and temperature, major league scores and information 24 hours a day.


The Quicken Loans Arena

State-of-the-art technology enhances the sights and sounds of Quicken Loans Arena. Each year, Quicken Loans Arena hosts close to 1.5 million people who attend approximately 200 events including Cavaliers basketball, world-class concerts, spectacular family shows and signature sporting events. Seating capacity for Quicken Loans Arena events is 20,500. Specifically designed to create an intimate setting, 60 percent of the seats are located in the lower bowl. To add to Quicken Loans Arena’s versatility, a special 1,350’ x 42’ linear black curtain was custom-designed to cover the seats in the 200 sections of the arena. The hanging curtain changes the seating capacity from 20,562 to 11,751 and creates an intimate atmosphere for selected arena events. The Underground Service Area (USA) is a world of its own beneath Quicken Loans Arena. This 55,000-square foot space can accommodate parking for a combination of 26 tour buses or semi-trucks and is used as a hotel for the circus animals.



Progressive Field

Progressive Field is a world-class facility created expressly for baseball, specifically for Cleveland. This urban ballpark and Cleveland landmark offers a fan-friendly facility within an intimate environment. With the construction of the Daktronics Scoreboard at Progressive Field, fans can watch live video and replays on the world's largest baseball video screen, measuring approximately 36 feet high by 149 feet wide. There are a total of 2,856,960 LEDs (Red, Green, Blue) in the main video screen alone. A total of 1,658,496 pixels in the Super System for a grand total of 4,975,488 LEDs (Red, Green, Blue) for all displays. Professionally designed meeting rooms are a great way to impress clients or bring excitement meetings. Progressive Field offers gourmet catering along with state-of-the-art meeting rooms and first-class banquet facilities. The facility has a seating capacity of over 43,000.


Victory Park Ohio

Victory Park Ohio is a 67 acre outdoor complex and is the home of Victory Sports Park.  It has been open since April of 2011 and is located in North Ridgeville, Ohio off of Lorain Rd. between two major interstate highways (Exit 2 on I480 & Exit 152 on I80 - The Ohio Turnpike).  The facility features 18 athletic fields (8 baseball/softball fields, 9 internationally sized soccer fields, & 4 volleyball courts), a 700 car parking lot, and an onsite restaurant.  The 8 baseball/softball fields feature state of the art Nevco scoreboards with handheld wireless controllers. 

This facility offers amateur athletes a professional playing experience.  This facility is available for rent in 2013 and is great for Baseball, Slow-pitch softball, Fastpitch softball, Soccer, Lacrosse, Football & Volleyball.  Victory Park Ohio is proud to work with the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission on bringing National sporting events to Greater Cleveland.



The Wolstein Center

The Wolstein Center is accessible to approximately 4,500,000 people within a 100 mile radius, making the facility a primary selection for many types of event programming and touring attractions. The facility itself is a $55 million, state-of-art, full service, multi-purpose facility that is capable of seating up to 15,000 people for special events. A few of the many features and amenities include a computerized sound and lighting system, 13,610 theatre-style cushioned seats, a proscenium curtain system that will modify the spacious main arena for more intimate gatherings, star dressing rooms, 40,000 square feet of storage area, a 10,000 square foot conference center and annex area capable of hosting banquets and meetings, computerized energy conservation system, an auxiliary gymnasium, video scoreboards and amber message centers, and 9,000 parking spaces within a 4-block radius of the facility.


Cleveland Convention Center

The Convention Center Complex offers over 375,000 square feet of usable exhibition space which can be arranged to accommodate over 1,500 individual exhibits. The performing arts area of the Convention Center was constructed in the grand opera tradition which features a spacious 21,780 square feet Registration Lobby, 10,000 seat Auditorium, 3,000 seat Music Hall and 600 seat Little Theater. There are over 21 meeting rooms capable of handling groups from 10 to 1,000.  The facility also offers first-class services for catering, parking, security and more.  Immidiately adjacent to the Cleveland Convention Center are three open spaces, totaling 12 acres, called the Downtown Mall Green Spaces.  These spaces present additional opportunites for outdoor events, entertainment, demonstrations and exhibitions.


International Exposition Center

The International Exposition Center (I-X Center) was renovated in 1985 to a world-class exposition center, providing exceptional services and features for consumer and trade shows. Located one mile south of Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, it is one of the largest convention centers in the world. Providing over one million square feet of contiguous exhibition and conference space, including an 800,000 square foot main exhibit hall - all on one level - the I-X Center offers the unique ability to accommodate multiple events simultaneously. It hosts a diverse show schedule that includes public events, trade shows, banquets, meetings, sporting events, and conventions. The facility attracts over two million visitors each year.  The I-X Center is also home to the World's Largest Indoor Ferris Wheel, spinning 125 feet - soaring 35 feet through the roof in a glass atrium.


Colleges and Universities

Other facilities and venues are available based on the needs of your event.  For more information, please contact Jeff Pacini at 216-363-1102 or by email at jpacini@clevelandsports.org.


Edgewater Park

Edgewater Park

Edgewater Park provides natural relief to the metropolitan skyline of the city. Sand beaches, tree-lined picnic areas and panoramic views of the lake are found within the park along the Lake Erie shoreline. This park is divided into upper and lower areas connected by a paved bicycle path and fitness course. Upper Edgewater features a renovated pavilion with restroom facilities, playground equipment and is within walking distance of the 900-foot swimming beach. The circle lot adjacent to Upper Edgewater is known for being one of the best viewing sites of downtown Cleveland. Lower Edgewater features a swimming beach with two picnic shelters, restrooms and a concession facility. A nearby fishing pier provides access for anglers. The boat launch ramps are heavily used as there are few other boating access points on the west side of the city.