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MI­AMI DOL­PHINS— South Florida’s most pop­u­lar sports team, the Mi­ami Dol­phins have long been been the sig­na­ture fran­chise of South Florida sports and have played in five Su­per Bowls. Since 1966, the Mi­ami Dol­phins have rep­re­sented a huge part of this city’s cul­ture. Whether it’s a day-long tail­gate be­fore the game, or run­ning through the sta­dium, Dol­phins fans are like no other. www.mi­ami­dol­phins.com. 347 Don Shula Drive, Mi­ami Gar­dens 305.346.7849. MI­AMI HEAT— Any vis­i­tor to the area must at­tend a Mi­ami Heat game in or­der to get the full Mi­ami ex­pier­ence, be­cuase this team is the lifeblood of the city and the fans here are the most fer­vent. The Mi­ami Heat, home team of Has­san White­side, Udo­nis Haslem and Go­ran Dragic, plays in the Amer­i­can Air­lines Arena. For tick­ets and sched­ule, visit their web­site at www. heat.com. 601 Bis­cayne Blvd., Mi­ami, 786.777.1000. MI­AMI MAR­LINS— Watch a great base­ball game with the whole fam­ily at the newly de­signed Mar­lins Park. The new 37,000-seat Ma­jor League Base­ball facility in­cludes a re­tractable roof to shield spec­ta­tors from the sun and rain, mak­ing sure that sum­mer­time base­ball in South Florida is a per­fect game no mat­ter the weather. Pur­chase tick­ets online and print im­me­di­ately. Se­lect “Tick­et­fast” as your de­liv­ery op­tion. Su­per Satur­days fea­ture a post-game con­cert with in­ter­na­tion­ally ac­claimed record­ing artists and a fire­works spec­tac­u­lar. mi­ami.mar­lins.mlb.com. 501 Mar­lins Way, Mi­ami, FL, 305.480.1300.

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