Belmont Park Arena
Opening for the 2021-22 Season

Built for
Islanders hockey!

Easy to get to.
even closer than you think.

LIRR access

~25 minutes to Grand Central Terminal*
~30 minutes to Penn Station
~30 minutes to Atlantic Terminal

Coming by car

~20 miles from Syosset, Farmingdale, and New Rochelle

Close proximity to major airports

~7 miles to JFK
~13 miles to LaGuardia

*Upon completion of East Side Access project

Main Entrance

Welcome to your new home.

Cheer YES! YES! YES!
With 17,000 of your closest friends

Pre and post-game celebrations
on two outdoor terraces

Great sightlines - Loud - Intimate

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Live Webcam!

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Faq
When is Belmont Park Arena opening?
Belmont Park Arena will open for the 2021-22 NHL season.
What are key features of the new arena?
  • 17,000-seat arena built for Islanders hockey (19,000 seats for music)
  • Great sightlines for hockey, loud and intimate bowl
  • Highest resolution scoreboard in New York for ideal viewing in the bowl
  • New LIRR station with direct service to Manhattan (Grand Central Terminal and Penn Station) and plenty of parking
  • Two outdoor terraces open to all guests
  • Eight bars with views of the ice
  • More restrooms per person than any arena in metro NY
  • Unique premium offerings like the Spotlight Club, where guests will have views of the team tunnel and see players going on and off of the ice
  • Safe standing section
  • Dedicated New York Islanders team store
  • State of the art team training facility
  • ~10,000 new construction jobs and ~2,900 new permanent jobs will be created
I am a Full Season Ticket Member for the 2019-20 and/or 2020-21 seasons. What is the process for selecting my seats at Belmont?
As a valued Season Ticket Member, you will be included in the priority Season Ticket Member window for selecting your Belmont Park Arena seats, which will take place this Fall. Look out for email updates providing more information on the specific process and timing. Additionally, your Account Manager will be in touch to answer any questions you may have. Please note that seat selection timing will be based on how long you have been a Season Ticket Member.
As a Full Season Ticket Member for the 2019-20 season, do I have to renew my season tickets for the 2020-21 season to qualify for the priority Season Ticket Member window for Belmont seat selection?
We value our Season Ticket Members. You will still qualify for the priority Season Ticket Member window for Belmont seat selection regardless of whether or not you renew your membership for the 2020-21 season.
What will the seat selection process for Belmont Park Arena look like if I am not a Season Ticket Member?
If you are not a Season Ticket Member for either of the 2019-20 or 2020-21 seasons, you will be included in subsequent seat selection opportunities depending on your previous purchase history with the team. If you are a Season Ticket Member for the 2020-21 season, you will move up in priority for the Belmont Park Arena seat selection process. For more information, please call us at 888-NY-ISLES.
Do you have premium options such as club seats and suites available for purchase?
Yes! For more information on the various product offerings at Belmont Park Arena, please contact your Account Manager or our sales team at premium@newyorkislanders.com or by calling 516-517-0640.
Will there be parking available at Belmont Park Arena?
Yes, there will be ample parking for fans at Belmont Park Arena.
Will Belmont Park Arena be accessible by train?
Yes, the first new LIRR station in 50 years is under construction at Belmont Park, which will provide direct service in both directions and take 25-30 minutes to and from Manhattan (Grand Central Terminal and Penn Station). The current Belmont spur station will continue to be operational. For more information click here.