Washington’s Potential Olympic Venues

Verizon Center
Verizon Center

Wizards owner Ted Leonsis told Washingtonian he will be “supportive in every way possible” toward the Olympic bid. Photograph by Flickr user Geoff Livingston

Nationals Park
Nationals Park

Baseball was dropped from the Olympics in 2012, but could come back in 2020. Photograph by Flickr user Vincent Lim Show Chen

Walter E. Washington Convention Center
Walter E. Washington Convention Center

At 2.3 million square feet, the Washington Convention Center could be used for a variety of events. Photograph by Flickr user Andrew Bossi

Rock Creek Park Tennis Center
Rock Creek Park Tennis Center

The tennis courts in Rock Creek Park host the Citi Open every summer. Olympic tennis would be quite the step up. Photograph by Flickr user BeyondDC

D.C. United Stadium
D.C. United Stadium

Assuming it gets built as DC officials envision, a lot of Olympic soccer would probably be played at Buzzard Point. Photograph by Rendering via D.C. United

FedEx Field
FedEx Field

The local NFL stadium will be up in age by 2024, and most track and field events would take place at a new Olympic stdium, but Landover could host a few soccer matches. Photograph by Flickr user Geoff Livingston

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