There have been many independent leagues in this country that have tried to model themselves after the Atlantic League. Quality Double-A level ballparks in well researched markets have made the Atlantic League perhaps the steadiest and most solid of all of the independent systems. An Atlantic League team more often than not usually means a successful one as well. Led by its founder Frank Boulton since its beginning in 1998, the Atlantic League continues to be what every other independent organization aspires to.
The Ballpark at Harbor Yard
Bridgeport Connecticut
Since: 1998

Bethpage Ballpark
Central Islip New York
Since: 2000
Sugar Land SKEETERS

Constellation Field
Sugarland Texas
Since: 2012

Campbells Field
Camden Riversharks
2016-2001

Clipper Magazine Stadium
Lancaster Pennsylvania
Since: 2005

TD Bank Ballpark
Bridgewater New Jersey
Since: 1998


Santander Stadium
York Pennsylvania
Since: 2007

Regency Furniture Stadium
Waldorf Maryland
Since: 2008
Freedom Division
Liberty Division
Defunct Teams of the Atlantic League
Lehigh Valley
   Black Diamonds

Quakertown Memorial 1999-2001

Aberdeen Arsenal
Thomas Run Park
2000
ATLANTIC CITY NJ

Atlantic City Surf
The Sandcastle
2006-1998

Nashua Pride
Holman Stadium
2005-1998
Newburgh Black
   Diamonds
Delano Hitch Field
1998
PENNSYLVANIA
ROAD WARRIORS
Road Team - No Home Stadium
2011, 07-06, 04-02

Newark Bears
Bears Stadium
2010-1998

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New Britain Stadium
New Britain Connecticut
Since: 2016