As sports betting becomes legal in more states, sports facilities are inking partnerships with major brand to give fans in stadium betting.
With more and more states passing legalized sports betting, professional teams are making it easier for bettors to throw down on the action. Pretty soon, everyone will be able to place a bet on your favorite team while inside their arena if they haven’t already. It’s only a matter of time before every stadium joins those on this list and offers a sportsbook inside their walls.
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What better way to grab customers new and old than by planting a flag right where they watch the game? That’s what sportsbooks are looking to do by opening up shops in and around stadiums for in-stadium betting.
This might seem like an odd move considering that 80% of sports betting in the United States is done online via phone or computer. But sportsbooks are looking for a way to grab foot traffic on game day. And provide a spot for people to eat, drink, and bet even in the off-season. Moreover, brands want to put a face to the names people see on their phones.
As more sportsbooks vie for brick and mortar locations, we are taking a look at the current slate of stadiums that offer sportsbooks in or around the stadium.
In Stadium Betting Locations in the US
|Citi Field||Caesars Sportsbook||Late 2022|
|Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse||Caesars Sportsbook||Late 2022/ Early 2023|
|United Center||FanDuel||Fall 2022|
|State Farm Stadium||BetMGM||Fall 2022|
|Chase Field||Caesars Sportsbook||Open|
|Capital One Arena||Caesars Sportsbook||Open|
|Wrigley Field||DraftKings||Spring 2023|
Audi Field: Bet at FanDuel Sportsbook
Home of D.C United, Audi Field in Washington D.C quickly acted on plans to open a sportsbook after announcing them in 2021.
D.C. United Sportsbook Venue
By July 2022, the stadium made good on its promise and opened a FanDuel Sportsbook for patrons. Not surprising as Soccer is one of the most bet-on sports worldwide despite slow adoption here in the states. The 2,550-square-foot facility has 48 screens, 18 betting kiosks, plus a full kitchen and bar.
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Citi Field: Wager on the Mets!
Step right up and bet on the Mets! And what better way to bet on the Mets than right inside the stadium? Sure, they’re no Yankees, but the Mets have a massive fanbase in New York and enjoy millions of fans each season.
New York Mets Sports Betting Venue
To help convert some of that foot traffic into bettors, Citi Field and the Mets have collaborated with Caesars Entertainment to open a sportsbook lounge at Citi Field during the 2022 season. The 13,000-square-foot sportsbook will be located at the Metro-grille inside the stadium’s Excelsior Level and will include a dining room, TVs, and a pristine view of the field.
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Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse: Caesars Sportsbook (Coming Soon)
The Cleveland Cavaliers home base is set to be fitted with its own sportsbook sometime this year (2022). Another Caesars Sportsbook partner, the multi-year deal will see the Cavs sign Caesars as their official partner and open up shop inside the stadium.
Cleveland Cavaliers Sportsbook Location
The proposed sportsbook will be 10,355 and includes a VIP section, food, drink, and TVs all located on the street level of the arena’s northwest atrium. It will be open year-round on both event days and non-event days.
United Center: Bulls Fans Will Love FanDuel
The United Center announced plans in January 2022 to partner FanDuel and open up a state-of-the-art, two-story Sportsbook lounge. Talk about a good place to catch a game. Fans will be able to hang out, eat, drink, and place bets on games all across the sports verse.
Home of the Bulls and Blackhawks, this place will have no shortage of fans stopping in to check it out all year long. In stadium betting is bound to be popular here. The 13,000-square-foot betting venue expects to open to the public in August of 2022 and will be similar in design to other FanDuel in-person sportsbooks.
State Farm Stadium: BetMGM is Coming, Arizona!
BetMGM, the self-appointed king of sportsbooks, has officially entered the chat. And in a major way. The sports betting and iGaming operator released images in January 2022 of a 17,000-square-foot sportsbook set to open on the State Farm Stadium Campus in time for the kickoff of the 2022-2023 NFL season.
Arizona Cardinals Sports Betting Venue
The two-story sports and entertainment hub will almost certainly be open year-round and will be situated on the “Great Lawn” of the Cardinal’s stadium. Users will be able to place wagers at betting windows and kiosks on the property.
Nationals Park Also Bringing BetMGM Home
When BetMGM cut the ribbon on their sportsbook located inside the Washington Nationals Stadium earlier this year, it became the first retail sportsbook connected to a Major League Baseball stadium.
Washington Nationals Sportsbook Location
Since then, it has enjoyed consistent foot traffic and bets placed at the year-round sportsbook and entertainment destination. Much like the others on this list, the space features everything you want in a good sports bar, plus a ton of betting kiosks for those looking to put a little extra skin in the game.
Footprint Center: You Can Bet on the Suns!
If you are hoping to place a bet while watching the Phoenix Suns or the Phoenix Mercury (WNBA), you’re in luck. FanDuel partnered with the Footprint Center to open a sportsbook in the stadium back in September of 2021. The opening lined up perfectly with the day that Arizona legalized sports betting.
Suns Footprint Center Sportsbook is Proving Popular
This location was the first of its kind inside of an NBA arena and services fans all year round. The 7,400 square-foot facility includes 5 betting windows, a VIP area, an outdoor terrace, and 40 HD TVs, plus a 35-foot video wall, not to mention the 26 self-service betting kiosks.
Chase Field: Arizona Diamondbacks Betting is a GO
Caesars Entertainment announced a partnership with the Arizona Diamondbacks to operate an in-person sportsbook at the old “Game 7 Grill” space just outside of the stadium. This 20,000-square-foot, two-story venue is also set to have indoor and outdoor seating with betting kiosks, VIP lounge, food, drink, and of course, giant TVs.
Arizona Diamondbacks Sports Betting Location
Much like the other betting locations that are located on stadium grounds instead of inside the stadiums, fans will not be able to place bets while they are at the games, but can still do so via their mobile apps.
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Capital One Arena: First Stadium to Open a Sportsbook!
Capital One Arena — home of the Washington Capitals, Washington Wizards, and Washington Mystics — made history when it opened its doors in May 2021. At that time, it became the first stadium to house a sportsbook.
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The William Hill Sportsbook, now a part of Caesars Entertainment, was the first to integrate into a physical stadium in the US. The 18,000-square-foot, two-floor sportsbook set the tone for what to expect in these types of facilities, namely TVs, food, drink, and betting kiosks. They even went the extra mile and included a replica jumbotron to match the one located over center ice/court.
Wrigley Field: Bet at DraftKings Sportsbook
One of the country’s oldest ballparks looks to move into the future with the addition of a massive DraftKings Sportsbook. Construction on the sportsbook started last year and hopes to open its doors by the start of the 2023 baseball season.
Soon There Will Be In Stadium Chicago Cubs Betting…
The two-story facility, 22,350-square-foot space will be among one of the biggest in the US and feature a massive 2,000-square-foot video screen that will not only show live games but also feature an odds ticker so that patrons can make the most accurate bets possible. This is one stop you will want to make if visiting Wrigley Field next season.