History

Built and supported by the Randall's Island Parks Alliance in partnership with New York City Parks and Recreation, Icahn Stadium is located on Randall's Island, a 480-acre park anchoring Manhattan, the Bronx, and Queens. The Stadium features a premier, state of the art, IAAF certified 1, championship-quality track and field facility. The $42 million facility – built through a 1:1 ratio of public and private funding, and with a final $10 million naming sponsorship by New York City financier Carl Icahn — meets International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) specifications for accommodating local, national and international track and field events, including Olympic training and trials. It offers a standard 400-meter Mondo surface running track, flanked by covered spectator seating, and overlooks the East River. It is illuminated by a pair of dramatic light towers, and is partially sheltered by a cantilevered roof.

Map and Directions

For an interactive map of Icahn Stadium on Randall's Island, click here.

For driving directions to the stadium and information on public transportation options, click here.