What Sports Fans Need to See in New York City This Fall

Courtesy of New York Knicks

For sports fans headed to New York City this fall, its official destination marketing organization, NYC & Company, is highlighting what is offered from the end of August through early November.

U.S. Open Tennis Championships

The U.S. Open Tennis Championships returns to the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in the last week of August.

Surrounded by bleachers filled with more than 700,000 fans, Stars like Novak Djokovic, Serena Williams, Roger Federer, Sloane Stephens and Rafael Nadal will compete for the last grand slam championship of 2019 from August 26 to September 8, 2019. US Open Fan Week, from August 19 to 25, includes open practices with tennis stars, Queens Day and Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day celebrations.

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Pivoting Back to Travel: Phase 4

Are you prepared to guide your clients through the “new normal” of travel? Join us December 15, 2020 from 1pm-2:20pm EST for Pivoting Back to Travel: Phase 4. The upcoming installment of our FREE virtual series will feature presentations from the Cayman Islands, Dominican Republic, and Seabourn on their most up-to-date travel procedures, health & safety protocols they’ve implemented to keep guests safe, activities that are open to visitors, what your clients need to know while on their trip and more! Visit www.pivotingbacktotravel to view the full agenda and register for your FREE pass.

Major League Baseball

From the end of summer and into the fall, Yankee Stadium and Citi Field will be saturated with baseball fans. The first-place Yankees are in the final stretch of the season but have a shot at the playoffs. The Mets play their last game at home on September 29.

Major League Soccer

NYCFC kicked off to a good start this season. Across the Hudson River, the New York Red Bulls is one of the top teams in Major League Soccer as well, with their final home match taking place October 6.

National Football League Football

For football fans, New York City’s Jets and Giants are playing their first home games of 2019 on September 8 and 15, respectively. Both teams play at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, just 8 miles from NYC.

National Hockey League Hockey

The Rangers will return to Madison Square Garden on October 3, while the Islanders will return to Barclays Center on October 6.

National Basketball Association Basketball

In late October, both NYC basketball teams will be returning with new talent. The Nets welcomed Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant to Brooklyn. Meanwhile, the Knicks are coming back with young players.

TCS New York City Marathon

Runners from all over the world will join the New York City marathon on November 3. The Tour de five boroughs, consisting of 52,000+ competitors and watched by millions, starts in Staten Island and finishes in Central Park on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.

In other NYC & Company news, the organization is creating an interactive exhibit with the Empire State Building to provide personalized travel recommendations to visitors from all over the world. It is slated to launch this fall.

For more information about sports attractions in NYC, visit NYCGo.com/Sports

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