If you are an enthusiast of football, baseball, basketball, tennis, or a swimmer, our city parks offer the best for you, and the many waterways offer great challenges and rewards for those who enjoy the best boating, fishing, canoeing and kayaking around. The excitement just begun, from the little league to professional football, baseball, basketball, and hockey to some of the finest golf courses in the South… Miami is the place!

We are home of the University of Miami - Miami Hurricanes, the Miami HEAT, among many other professional sports including MLB, NFL and NBA.

The AmericanAirlines Arena is an international, versatile venue in a vibrant waterfront of Biscayne Bay in Downtown Miami. Since its opening, the AmericanAirlines Arena was proud home to the 2006 NBA Champion Miami HEAT – has become one of the nations' premier facilities in sports and entertainment. Featuring state-of-the-art sound and lighting and HD and electronic media signage inside and out, the AmericanAirlines Arena hosts diverse worldwide musical superstars, live TV events, modern and versatile Waterfront Theatre.
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Home of the Miami HEAT, the Arena also features championship boxing, wrestling, mix martial arts, NCAA College basketball, tennis and gymnastics, and many family events. At night make sure to visit the Arena to watch one of the most eye-catching LED motion graphic display in South Florida, right in front of the Arena, this revolutionary, state-of-the-art, first-of-its-kind, energy-efficient digital media facade has transformed downtown Miami into Times Square South. Blending seamlessly with the Arena architecture, the MiamiMediaMesh covers 3,400 square feet of the Arena’s west face, making it the largest digital LED display in the Southeast region of the United States. In 2009, the AmericanAirlines Arena was awarded LEED certification in the category of Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).

The Orange Bowl, formerly Burdine Stadium, was an outdoor athletic stadium in Miami until was demolished in 2008 to make way for the new 37,000-seat retractable-roof baseball stadium of the Miami Marlins. The new Marlins Ballpark is a baseball park, and the new home of the Miami Marlins Major League Baseball team.

Miami hosts many trails, and canals perfect for daily walking, running, bicycling, and fishing. Our beaches offer many fun activities, perfect for jogging along the water, snorkeling, wind surfing, body surfing, long-board surfing, and paddling. In addition, Miami offers endless waterways ideal for fun in the way of boating, fishing, sailing, jet skiing, and more!
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