M&T Bank Stadium is a multi-purpose football stadium located in Baltimore, Maryland. It is the home of the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League. The stadium is immediately adjacent to Oriole Park at Camden Yards, the home of the Baltimore Orioles. Often referred to as "Ravens Stadium", M&T Bank Stadium officially opened in 1998, and is currently one of the most praised stadiums in the NFL for fan amenities, ease of access, concessions and other facilities. The stadium was originally known as Ravens Stadium at Camden Yards, until PSINet acquired the naming rights in 1999, naming it PSINet Stadium. It then reverted to Ravens Stadium in 2002 when PSINet filed for bankruptcy.Served by the Hamburg Street station of the Baltimore Light Rail, the stadium originally featured a natural grass surface. However, an artificial surface, Sportexe Momentum Turf, was installed for the 2003 season, which in turn was replaced by a new-generation Sportexe Momentum 51 in 2010. On December 4, 2015 the Ravens announced that in 2016 the team will go back to natural grass playing surface at M&T Bank Stadium, in which it had not been used since 2002. Lloyd Civil & Sports Engineering provided engineering design and construction oversight in both the 2003 and 2016 field conversions. The listed capacity for M&T Bank Stadium is 71,008.
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Located at 1400 Warner Street, Game sits in the shadows of the World Champion Baltimore Ravens stadium and is only a short walk from the AL East Champion Orioles at Camden Yards. Game is a 10,000 square foot Sports Bar and Game Room with an incredible sound system, great lighting, and features music, food, sports and old school games like ping pong, pool, air hockey and foosball to go along with our huge media wall, interactive trivia and 30 more TV’s, not a bad seat in the house. Perfect setting before, during or after a Ravens, an Oriole game or just Uber on over for a great Party! We have plenty of free parking so come in and get your GAME ON!!
In 1999, a small group of beach volleyball players were granted permission by Baltimore's Dept of Recreation and Parks to set up sand volleyball courts at Rash Field in the Inner Harbor. Thus Baltimore Beach was born, and every year more locals and visitors discover this beach right in the heart of Downtown Baltimore.
While volleyball is our primary sport, we also play other beach games, are available for corporate team-building exercises, or just a place to take a beach break.
Even if you don't live within commuting distance to Baltimore or have the time to play in one of our nightly leagues you can still participate in one of our tournaments or open play times on the weekends.
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Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards was a non-profit sports museum in Baltimore, Maryland, United States, owned and operated by the Babe Ruth Birthplace & Museum. It opened on May 14, 2005, with the daughter of celebrated baseball player Babe Ruth in attendance. After ten years of operation the museum closed abruptly on October 12, 2015 after failing to reach an agreement with the Maryland Stadium Authority for the continued use of Camden Station. The 22000sqft museum was adjacent to the main gate of Oriole Park at Camden Yards and has artifacts and interactive exhibits profiling Maryland’s sports history. Exhibits included such area teams as the Baltimore Orioles, Baltimore Ravens, Baltimore Colts, Maryland Terrapins, Baltimore Elite Giants, Baltimore Black Sox, and the Baltimore Blast.The museum was housed in the former Camden Station, originally constructed in 1857 by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (B&O) as its main passenger station in Baltimore. After being vacant since the 1980s, the depot's exterior was restored in the 1990s as part of the development of the Camden Yards Sports Complex. Later interior renovations and remodeling were made to accommodate the building's adaptive reuse as a sports museum. Geppi's Entertainment Museum, which opened in September 2006, is located on the upper level of the building, directly above Sports Legends at Camden Yards. The nearby Babe Ruth Birthplace & Museum remains in existence as a separate museum on Emory Street, two and a half blocks from Camden Station.