Downtown Racquet Center in Rome, Georgia

Downtown Tennis & Pickleball Center in Rome, Georgia

Rome Sports Venues

Praised for its Southern hospitality and serene location in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Rome offers a diverse mix of facilities and small-town experiences.

Popular Sporting Event Venues

The Forum River Center

Basketball, wrestling, rodeos, seasonal ice skating

This 4,000-seat, multipurpose event venue is located in the heart of downtown Rome. In addition to sporting events, this venue serves as a conference and banquet facility.

Fans watching a Rome Braves baseball game at AdventHealth Stadium in Rome, Georgia
AdventHealth Stadium in Rome, Georgia

AdventHealth Stadium


This stadium is home of the Rome Braves, the Class A Minor League affiliate of the Atlanta Braves who compete in the South Atlantic League. AdventHealth Stadium seats 5,000 spectators, and offers 14 luxury suites, state-of-the-art audiovisual technology, a full-service restaurant, six concession areas, and a group pavilion. Catch a game while you’re here!

Historic Barron Stadium

Football, soccer, lacrosse, track and field

Located in downtown Rome, this stadium hosts football, soccer, lacrosse, and track and field events. The stadium has a synthetic turf field, Musco lighting, an eight-lane Beynon track, and a high-definition LCD video board that was installed in 2018.

Rome Tennis Center at Berry College


This beautiful venue is the largest hard court facility in the nation, with 63 lighted U.S Tennis Association–standard courts, including six NCAA-regulation courts and six indoor courts. A large clubhouse, with meeting and event spaces, overlooks the terraced courts. The center hosts USTA state, sectional, and national tournaments; ITA and ITF tournaments; and the ACC Championships. In 2019, USTA recognized the center as an Outstanding Facility.

Ford complex at Berry College in Rome, Georgia
Berry College in Rome, Georgia

Other Area Attractions

With three rivers and seven hills, Rome is abundant with trails. Berry College’s campus, the Heritage River Trail, and Jackson Hill offer miles of trails for hiking or mountain biking. The Etowah, Oostanaula, and Coosa rivers are perfect waterways to enjoy kayaking, canoeing, tubing, and paddleboarding. The ECO Center spotlights North America’s unique river basin’s diverse aquatic life. History buffs will enjoy Rome’s rich Cherokee heritage and Civil War sites. Myrtle Hill Cemetery is the final resting place of many who shaped the history of Rome. All can be explored with the city’s free apps and on guided tours.

How To Get There

All roads lead to Rome; it is an easy drive from Atlanta, Birmingham, and Chattanooga. Rome is located an hour from Atlanta via Interstate 75. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport has flights from nearly everywhere in the world and is only a 90-minute drive.


Rome Sports
402 Civic Center Drive
Rome, GA 30161

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