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Centrally located on campus of the College of William and Mary. The Zable Stadium is one of the college's major sports facilities. The William and Mary Tribe football team train and play their home games here. The University also uses the stadium for its track and field events. This stadium was built in honor of Walter J. Zable, a former university board member, and was opened in 1935 with a capacity of 12,259 seats. The Cary Field is located close by.
Visit Kaplan Arena anytime of the year and it will be filled with passionate sports fans. Buy a ticket and elbow your way through the crowds with cola and popcorns and cheer your favorite basketball or volleyball team. See the spectators rise in unison as the Cavaliers break into the opponent area and shoot the ball through the basket. Tribe is another hot favorite here; seeing both the teams in action is all fun and excitement. Check the website for details of fixtures.
This state-of-the-art athletic facility is devoted solely to the great sport of baseball. Plumeri Baseball Park has been the home of the Tribe, the College of William and Mary's baseball team, since 1999. This stadium can seat up to 1000 spectators and was constructed in large part thanks to a generous donation from Joe Plumeri, who gave his name to the park, as well as his donation. Today, fans can root for the home team while enjoying a hot dog from the concession stand and following the score on the large cutting-edge scoreboard.