Whatever your choice in sports - and whether you’re looking to watch or play - the Milwaukee Region has an event for you. The seven-county region is home to at least one professional event for almost every major sport - golf, baseball, basketball, hockey and auto racing. Football fans can travel north approximately two hours to historic Lambeau Field to see the Green Bay Packers in action during the fall.
Major recent investments have been made in the region’s sporting facilities, including Miller Park, the home of the Milwaukee Brewers professional baseball team; and the Milwaukee Mile, the oldest continuously operating motor speedway in the world.
The region also is home to two Division I collegiate basketball teams - the Marquette Golden Eagles and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Panthers.
Milwaukee also annually hosts the U.S. Bank Championship, a PGA tour event in July where Tiger Woods made his professional golf debut in 1996.
|Green Bay Packers||National Football League|
|Milwaukee Admirals||American Hockey League|
|Milwaukee Brewers||Major League Baseball|
|Milwaukee Bucks||National Basketball Association|
|Milwaukee Mile||NASCAR, Champ Car World Series and Indy Racing League|
|Milwaukee Wave||Major Indoor Soccer League|
|UW-Milwaukee Panthers||NCAA Division I|
|Marquette Golden Eagles||NCAA Division I|
|U.S. Bank Championship|| Professional Golfers' Association|
The Milwaukee Mile is the oldest, continuously operating