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University Christian School, 5520 University Blvd. W., Jacksonville www.jaxdixieblues.com


The Jacksonville Dixie Blues are a professional women’s


football team that was created in 2001. They are part of the Women’s Football Alliance. All home games are played at University Christian School.


Jacksonville Equestrian Center


573-4895 13611 Normandy Blvd., Jacksonville www.jaxevents.com/equestriancenter.php


The Jacksonville Equestrian Center is located on


Jacksonville’s Westside. Not only does the complex offer premier equestrian facilities, but it also accommodates a variety of community events. The center has a 150-foot by 300-foot indoor arena with a seating capacity of 3,700. Surrounding the main indoor arena, 80,000 square feet of concourse space includes vendors, concession and restroom areas.


Jacksonville Giants


355-6531 Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena, 300 A. Philip Randolph Blvd., Jacksonville www.jacksonvillegiants.com


The Jacksonville Giants are part of the American Basketball


Association (ABA). With more than 60 teams, the ABA is the largest professional basketball league. The Giants are a member of ABA’s Southeast division, which also features four other Florida teams. Home games are played at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena.


Jacksonville Ice & Sportsplex


399-3223 3605 Philips Hwy., Jacksonville www.jaxiceandsportsplex.com


The 100,000-square-foot facility offers a range of


recreational activities and sports. The Jacksonville Ice & Sportsplex houses a regulation-size NHL ice rink for public skating, hockey and figure skating. The Sportsplex side of the facility offers five basketball courts, five volleyball courts and a multi-purpose turf arena. The Pro Shop carries an array of items for any type of skater—recreational, hockey or figure.


Jacksonville Jaguars


633-2000 Everbank Field One Everbank Field Dr., Jacksonville www.jaguars.com


For more than 15 years, residents of the First Coast have


had the opportunity to watch NFL action in their own backyard. The Jacksonville Jaguars are the 30th NFL franchise team and are part of the AFC South Division. Since their inception, the Jaguars have made six playoff appearances and have clinched two division championships. Off the field, players actively participate in the community through the Jaguars Foundation.


Jacksonville RollerGirls


Jacksonville Ice & Sportsplex, 3605 Philips Hwy., Jacksonville www.jacksonvillerollergirls.com


Formed in 2006, the Jacksonville RollerGirls is


Jacksonville’s first all-female flat-track roller derby league. The league is comprised of more than 70 skaters among four different teams, including an All-Star traveling team, the New Jax City Rollers. The RollerGirls were accepted into the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association in December 2010. Additionally, the RollerGirls are known for their volunteer efforts around the community.


Jacksonville Sharks


621-0700 Sea Best Field at Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena, 300 A. Philip Randolph Blvd., Jacksonville www.jaxsharks.com


The Jacksonville Sharks are part of the Arena Football


League (AFL) which includes 15 teams throughout the country. Home games are played Sea Best Field at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena.


JAX Chamber @jaxchamber: Shad Khan: It’s important to win on the field and off the field. The NFL needs to help JAX every day to win off the field. #ilovejax


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