For generations, sports fans from South Florida and beyond have enjoyed their home teams here - no matter where their "home" may be. With representatives from every major professional sports league in town, there's sure to be a tale to be told of the fun of a home-stand in South Florida. Sports journalists are certain to find a unique angle when traveling south to cover their home team.
The BB&T Center takes on a dual personality of conflicting fan bases when Greater Fort Lauderdale's own Florida Panthers welcome the Montreal Canadiens or New York Rangers to town.
There's nothing like the raucous time when the Dolphins host the New York Jets, the New England Patriots - or other AFC East rivals.
The 2012 NBA world champions Miami Heat NBA franchise plays nearby in the AmericanAirlines Arena - which fills with fans from rivals like the New Jersey Nets or New York Knicks when those teams travel south.
Two-time World Series champions Miami Marlins play at the nearby Marlins Park, which is a retractable-roof stadium. They're sure to raise whatever roof is on when the New York Yankees or Mets come to town.