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Football Neutral Site 12th Street Park Rock Island, Illinois  Learn more
Football Neutral Site Alamo Dome San Antonio, Texas  Learn more
Women's Wrestling Neutral Site Alliant Energy Powerhouse Cedar Rapids, Iowa Jan 25, 1979 - Present Formerly the Five Seasons Center from 1979 to 2000, and later renamed the U.S. Cellular Center from 2000-2020. Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site American Airlines Center Dallas, Texas July 2001 - Present  Learn more
Football Neutral Site Ames Area Park Omaha, Nebraska  Learn more
Football Neutral Site Anaheim Stadium Anaheim, California  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Antilles High School Gym Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico  Learn more
Football Neutral Site Arrowhead Stadium Kansas City, Missouri  Learn more
Football Neutral Site Athletic Park Cedar Rapids, Iowa  Learn more
Football Neutral Site Atlanta Fulton County Stadium Atlanta, Georgia  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Bankers Life Fieldhouse Indianapolis, Indiana Nov 1999 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Barclays Center Brooklyn, New York Sep 2012 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Beasley Coliseum Pullman, Washington June 1973 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Blue Cross Arena Rochester, New York Oct 1955 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Bohler Gymnasium Pullman, Washington 1928 - March 1973  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Bradley Center Milwaukee, Wisconsin Oct 1988 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Buffalo Memorial Auditorium Buffalo, NY  Learn more
Neutral Site Burns Athletic Complex Marshall, Missouri  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Caguas Municipal Complex San Juan, Puerto Rico  Learn more
Football Neutral Site Camping World Stadium Orlando, Florida 1936 - Present The current name was changed in 2016. Previous names were: Orlando Stadium (1936–1946), Tangerine Bowl (1947–1975), Citrus Bowl (1976), Orlando Stadium (1977–1982), Florida Citrus Bowl (1983–2013), and Orlando Citrus Bowl (2014–2016). Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Capital One Arena Washington D.C. Dec 1997 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Carver-Hawkeye Arena Iowa City, Iowa January 3, 1983 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Chicago Stadium Chicago, Illinois March 1929 - Sep 1994  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Climate Pledge Arena Seattle, Washington April 1962 - Present The arena opened in 1962 as the Washington State Pavilion for the Century 21 Exposition. It was renovated and named the Washington State Coliseum. In 1964, the facility was renamed the Seattle Center Coliseum. It was renovated and reopened in 1995 and named Key Arena, and later was renamed to Climate Pledge Arena in Oct 2021. Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Close Hall Iowa City, Iowa 1902-1905 Opened in 1890, used for basketball from 1902-1905. In 1896, Close Hall hosted the first collegiate five-on-five basketball game. The team would move to the first Iowa Armory in 1905. Learn more
Football Neutral Site Cotton Bowl Dallas, Texas 1930 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Cow Palace Daly City, California  Learn more
Neutral Site Cowles Fieldhouse Indianola, Iowa 1976 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Desert Financial Arena Tempe, Arizona Apr 1974 - Present The building replaced Sun Devil Gym as the primary arena for the Sun Devils' basketball team. It was previously named the ASU Activity Center and later the Wells Fargo Arena. It was renamed to Desert Financial in 2019. Learn more
Football Neutral Site Drake Stadium Des Moines, Iowa 1904 - 1925  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Dunkin' Donuts Center Providence, Rhode Island Nov 1972 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex Bay Lake, Florida March 1997 - Present  Learn more
Football Neutral Site Exposition Park Kansas City, MO 1886 - 1901  Learn more
Neutral Site Flamingo Hotel and Casino Las Vegas, Nevada The ballroom was used for the Las Vegas Desert Duals in 2023 Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Footprint Center Phoenix, Arizona Nov 1992-Present It has had many previous names, including America West Arena (1992-2006), US Airways Center (2006–2015), Talking Stick Resort Arena (2015-2020), PHX Arena (Nov 2020–2021), Phoenix Suns Arena (2021), and was named Footprint Center (July 2021–Present) Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Gainbridge Fieldhouse Indianapolis, Indiana Nov 1999 - Present It opened in November 1999 to replace Market Square Arena. The fieldhouse also hosts college basketball games (including the annual Big Ten Conference tournaments), indoor concerts, and ice hockey. The arena was originally named Conseco Fieldhouse. In December 2011, the fieldhouse was renamed to Bankers Life Fieldhouse. On September 27, 2021, the fieldhouse was renamed to Gainbridge Fieldhouse. Learn more
Football Neutral Site Gator Bowl Stadium Jacksonville, Florida  Learn more
Football Neutral Site Giants Stadium East Rutherford, New Jersey  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Greensboro Coliseum Greensboro, North Carolina Oct 1959 - Present  Learn more
Neutral Site Hertz Arena Estero, Florida Nov 1998 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Hilo Civic Auditorium Hilo, Hawaii  Learn more
Neutral Site Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome Minneapolis, Minnesota April 1982 - December 2013 It opened in 1982 as a replacement for Metropolitan Stadium. It closed on December 29, 2013. Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Imperial Arena Nassau, Bahamas  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Indiana Farmers Coliseum Indianapolis, Indiana Aug 1939 - Present  Learn more
Neutral Site Indoor Practice Facility (Bubble) Iowa City, Iowa 1985-2012 Also known as the "Bubble" Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Iowa Armory #1 Iowa City, Iowa 1905-1922 The first Armory was at the site of the current Adler Journalism and Mass Communication Building currently sits, north of the current Main Library, and east of the old Iowa Field. It was also called the Armory and Athletic Pavilion, and later referred to as the "Old Armory" when the 2nd one was constructed. Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Iowa Armory #2 Iowa City, Iowa 1922-1926 It was located directly east of Kinnick Stadium, where the UIHC Department of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation currently resides. The Field House was constructed onto the east side of the Armory. Learn more
Football Neutral Site Iowa Field Iowa City, Iowa 1890 to 1928 The stadium was opened in 1890, and closed in 1928 when Iowa Stadium was opened in 1929. Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Iowa Field House Iowa City, Iowa Jan 1927 - Jan 3, 1983 Carver-Hawkeye Arena replaced it as primary basketball arena in Jan 1983 Learn more
Football Neutral Site Jack Murphy Stadium San Diego, California  Learn more
Neutral Site Jadwin Gymnasium Princeton, New Jersey 1969 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site John Gray High School George Town, Grand Cayman  Learn more
Grand View Neutral Site Johnson Wellness Center and Sisam Arena Des Moines, Iowa  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Jon Huntsman Center Salt Lake City, Utah Nov 1969 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Kemper Arena Kansas City, MO  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site KeyBank Center Buffalo, NY 1996 - Present Named KeyBank Center in 2016, was formerly known as Marine Midland Arena in 1996, renamed HSBC Arena in March 2000, and First Niagara Center in 2011. It replaced the now-demolished Memorial Auditorium. Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Kingdome Seattle, Washington March 1976 - Present  Learn more
Football Neutral Site Kinnick Stadium Iowa City, Iowa 1929 - Present Was named Iowa Stadium from 1929 to 1972, then renamed to Kinnick Stadium  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Lahaina Civic Center Lahaina, Hawaii  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Las Vegas Convention Center Winchester, Nevada  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site LaSalle Street Gymnasium Chicago, IL  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Legacy Arena Birmingham, Alabama 1976 - Present Formerly known as the BJCC Coliseum and the BJCC Arena. When the arena is converted to theater seating, the arena serves under the name Magic City Theatre. Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Long Beach Arena Long Beach, California  Learn more
Football Neutral Site Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles, California Jan 1923 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena Los Angeles, CA  Learn more
Neutral Site Lucas Oil Stadium Indianapolis, Indiana Aug 2008 - Current  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Madison Square Garden New York, New York Feb 1968 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Madison Square Garden III New York, New York Dec 1925 - Feb 1968  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Market Square Arena Indianapolis, Indiana Sep 1974 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site McNichols Sports Arena Denver, Colorado Aug 1975 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Memorial Gymnasium Nashville, Tennessee Dec 1952 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Michigan State Fairgrounds Coliseum Detroit, Michigan  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Moon Palace Resort Cancun, Mexico  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Missouri 1935 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Municipal Auditorium New Orleans, Louisiana May 1930 - Present  Learn more
Neutral Site MVP Arena Albany, NY Jan 30, 1990 - Present Opened as Knickerbocker Arena, then renamed to the Pepsi Arena in 1997, and the Times Union Center from 2007 to 2021, when it was renamed again to MVP Arena. Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Nassau Coliseum Uniondale, New Jersey Feb 1972 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Nationwide Arena Columbus, Ohio Sep 2000 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Neal S. Blaisdell Center Honolulu, Hawaii Sept 1964 - Oct 1994 It was formerly called the Honolulu International Center Learn more
Football Neutral Site Nissan Stadium Nashville, Tennessee  Learn more
Neutral Site North Central Recreation Center Naperville, Illinois  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Now Arena Hoffman Estates, Illinois October 26, 2006 - Present Originally known as the Sears Centre, Sears Centre Arena and stylized as NOW Arena is a multi-purpose arena. Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Orleans Arena Paradise, Nevada May 2003 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Palestra Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Jan 1927 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Pan-Pacific Auditorium Los Angeles, CA  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Pechanga Arena San Diego, California Nov 1966 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Prairie Surf Studios Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Nov 1972 - Present  Learn more
Football Neutral Site Pro Player Stadium Miami Gardens Florida  Learn more
Football Neutral Site Raymond James Stadium Tampa Bay, Florida Sep 1998 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site RCA Dome Indianapolis, Indiana Aug 1984 - Feb 2008  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Roberto Clemente Coliseum San Juan, Puerto Rico 1973 - Present Arena used for the San Juan Shootout Learn more
Neutral Site Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse Cleveland, Ohio Oct 1994 - Present It opened as Gund Arena from 1994–2005, then renamed to Quicken Loans Arena from 2005–2019. Renamed to Rocket Mortgage in April 2019. Learn more
Football Neutral Site Rose Bowl Stadium Pasadena, California  Learn more
Neutral Site S.B. Ballard Stadium Norfolk, Virginia 1936 - Present Known as Foreman Field from 1936-2018, renamed to Foreman Field at S.B. Ballard Stadium Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Sanford Pentagon Sioux Falls, South Dakota Sep 2013 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site SimpliFi Arena at the Stan Sheriff Center Honolulu, Hawaii Oct 1994 - Present It was originally named the Special Events Arena (1994–1998). It was renamed SimpliFi Arena in Nov 2020. Learn more
Football Neutral Site Soldier Field Chicago, Illinois Oct 1924 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site South Padre Island Convention Center South Padre Island, Texas  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Spectrum Arena Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Sep 1967 - Present  Learn more
Neutral Site Spectrum Center Charlotte, North Carolina Oct 2005 - Present It was formerly called the Charlotte Bobcats Arena (2005–2008) and Time Warner Cable Arena (2008–2016). Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Sports and Fitness Center St. Thomas VI  Learn more
Football Neutral Site Sportsman's Park St. Louis, Missouri  Learn more
Football Neutral Site Sportsman's Park Omaha, Nebraska  Learn more
Neutral Site Stagg Field Springfield, Massachusetts 1971 - Present The field open in 1971 as Benedum Field, but was renamed in October 2007 to Stagg Field in honor of Amos Alonzo Stagg, who initiated the football program at Springfield College. Stagg Field stands on the site of the college's previous athletics stadium, Pratt Field. Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Stan Sheriff Center Honolulu, Hawaii Oct 1994 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Sullivan Arena Anchorage, Alaska Feb 1983 - Present  Learn more
Football Neutral Site Sun Bowl Stadium El Paso, Texas  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site T-Mobile Center Kansas City, Missouri Oct 2007 - Present  Learn more
Neutral Site Target Center Minneapolis, Minnesota Oct 1990 - Present Target Center is a multi-purpose arena located in Minneapolis that opened in 1990. The arena has been the home to the Minnesota Timberwolves of the National Basketball Association (NBA) since its opening and is currently also the home of the Minnesota Lynx of the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA). Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site TaxSlayer Center Moline, Illinois Oct 1991 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site The Arena Niceville, Florida 2011 - Present Also called Raider Arena Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site The Arena at Northwest Florida State College Niceville, Florida 2011 - Present Venue for the Emerald Coast Classic Learn more
Football Neutral Site The Field Club Park Council Bluffs, Iowa  Learn more
Neutral Site The Omni Atlanta, Georgia 1972-1997 Omni Coliseum (often called The Omni) was an indoor arena completed in 1972. It was part of the Omni Complex, now known as the CNN Center. It was the home arena for the Atlanta Hawks of the NBA from 1972 until the arena's closure in 1997. The Omni was closed and demolished in 1997. Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site The Palace of Auburn Hills Auburn Hills, Michigan Aug 1988 - Present  Learn more
Football Neutral Site TIAA Bank Field Jacksonville, Florida Aug 1995 - Present  Learn more
Football Neutral Site Union Park Council Bluffs, Iowa  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site United Center Chicago, IL  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site University of Dayton Arena Dayton, Ohio Dec 1969 - Present  Learn more
Football Neutral Site Unknown The location of this game is unknown. If you have information about the exact name of the field or stadium (preferably with evidence), please contact us. Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Unknown The location of this game is unknown. If you have information about the exact name of the arena or gymnasium (preferably with evidence), please contact us. Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site UW - Milwaukee Panther Arena Milwaukee, Wisconsin April 1950 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Veterans Memorial Auditorium Des Moines, Iowa Feb 1955 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Veterans Memorial Coliseum Portland, Oregon Nov 1960 - Present Venue used for the Far West Classic tournament Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Wells Fargo Arena Des Moines, Iowa July 2005 - Present  Learn more
Football Neutral Site West Side Park Chicago, Illinois 1893-1915  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Wharton Field House Moline, Illinois 1928 - Present Originally named Moline Field House, it was renamed to Wharton Field House in 1941. Learn more
Neutral Site Wrigley Field Chicago, Illinois 1914 - Present The Chicago Bears of the National Football League played at Wrigley Field from 1921 to 1970 before relocating to Soldier Field. It is still used as a football field for special events. Learn more
Neutral Site Xtream Arena Coralville, Iowa  Learn more
Football Neutral Site Yankee Stadium New York, New York April 2009 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Neutral Site Yuengling Center Tampa Bay, Florida Nov 1980 - Present  Learn more
Football Arizona Arizona Stadium Tuscon, Arizona  Learn more
Basketball Arizona McKale Center Tucson, Arizona Feb 1973 - Present  Learn more
Football Arizona State Sun Devil Stadium Tempe, Arizona Oct 1958 - Present  Learn more
Football Augustana College (IL) Twin City Park Rock Island, Illinois  Learn more
Basketball Boston College Conte Forum Chesnut Hill, Massachusets Oct 1988 - Present  Learn more
Football Boston University Fenway Park Boston, Massachusetts April 1912 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Bowling Green State Anderson Arena Bowling Green, Ohio  Learn more
Basketball Bradley Robertson Memorial Field House Peoria, Illinois Dec 1949 - April 2008  Learn more
Basketball Brigham Young Marriott Center Provo, Utah 1971 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Butler Hinkle Fieldhouse Indianapolis, Indiana March 1928 - Present Completed in early 1928 as Butler Fieldhouse, it was the largest basketball arena in the United States until 1950. The facility was renamed Hinkle Fieldhouse in 1966. Learn more
Basketball BYU-Hawaii George Q. Cannon Activities Center Laie, Hawaii 1978 - Present  Learn more
Football California California Memorial Stadium Berkeley, California Nov 1923 - Present  Learn more
Basketball California Haas Pavilion Berkeley, California Jan 1933 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Carleton Roosevelt Fieldhouse Northfield, Minnesota  Learn more
Basketball Case Western Reserve Adelbert Gym Cleveland, Ohio  Learn more
Women's Basketball Central Missouri Jerry M. Hughes Athletics Center Warrensburg, Missouri 1976 - Present Previously named the UCM Multipurpose Building, it was renamed in 2023. It first opened in 1976. Learn more
Basketball Chicago Bartlett Gymnasium Chicago, Illinois Jan 29, 1904 - Dec 1931  Learn more
Basketball Chicago Henry Crown Fieldhouse Chicago, Illinois Dec 1931 - Sep 29, 2003  Learn more
Football Chicago Stagg Field Chicago, Illinois 1893 - 1957  Learn more
Basketball Cincinnati Armory Fieldhouse Cincinnati, Ohio  Learn more
Basketball Citadel McAlister Field House Charleston, South Carolina 1939 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Colorado Balch Fieldhouse Boulder, Colorado  Learn more
Basketball Colorado CU Events Center Boulder, Colorado Nov 1979 - Present  Learn more
Football Colorado Folsom Field Boulder, Colorado  Learn more
Basketball Colorado State Moby Arena Fort Collins, Colorado Jan 1966 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Creighton CHI Health Center Omaha Omaha, Nebraska Sept 2003 - Current The complex opened on September 20, 2003 as Qwest Center Omaha, displacing the Omaha Civic Auditorium. It adopted the name of CenturyLink Center Omaha on July 15, 2011. It was renamed to CHI Health Center Omaha effective September 1, 2018. Learn more
Basketball Creighton Omaha Civic Auditorium Omaha, Nebraska 1955 to 2003  Learn more
Basketball Creighton Vinardi Center (University Gym) Omaha, Nebraska 1916 - 1960  Learn more
Basketball Davidson Johnston Gym Davidson, North Carolina  Learn more
Football Denver Athletic Club Denver Athletic Club Field Denver, Colorado 1890 - Unknown Cannot find any information about the name of the stadium or field, might have been a field next door to the club. Learn more
Basketball DePaul DePaul University Auditorium Chicago, Illinois 1923–1956  Learn more
Basketball Des Moines YMCA Des Moines YMCA Gymnasium Des Moines, Iowa  Learn more
Basketball Detroit Mercy Calihan Hall Detroit, Michigan  Learn more
Football Detroit Mercy University of Detroit Stadium Detroit, Michigan 1922 - 1964  Learn more
Basketball Drake Alumni Gymnasium Des Moines, Iowa Jan 25, 1910 - Mar 15, 1919  Learn more
Basketball Drake Community Choice Credit Union Convention Center (Veterans Memorial Coliseum) Des Moines, Iowa 1957 - Dec 1992  Learn more
Basketball Drake Drake Fieldhouse Des Moines, Iowa Jan 4, 1927 - Mar 2, 1957  Learn more
Basketball Drake Knapp Center Des Moines, Iowa Dec 1992 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Drake The Shed Des Moines, Iowa Jan 26, 1907 - Mar 2, 1909  Learn more
Basketball Duke Cameron Indoor Stadium Durham, North Carolina Jan 1940 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Duke Greensboro Coliseum Greensboro, North Carolina Oct 1959 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Duquesne Civic Arena Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Sep 1961 - June 2010  Learn more
East Stroudsburg Koehler Fieldhouse East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania  Learn more
Basketball Evansville Roberts Municipal Stadium Evansville, Indiana Roberts Municipal Stadium  Learn more
Basketball Florida State Donald L Tucker Civic Center Tallahassee, Florida Sep 1981 - Present  Learn more
Football George Washington Griffith Stadium Washington D.C. July 1911 - Sep 1961  Learn more
Basketball Gonzaga Charlotte Y. Martin Centre Spokane, Washington Dec 1965 - Present  Learn more
Football Great Lakes Navy Ross Field Great Lakes, Illinois  Learn more
Basketball Grinnell Grinnell Men's Gymnasium Grinnell, Iowa  Learn more
Football Grinnell Grinnell Stadium Grinnell, Iowa  Learn more
Football Grinnell Ward Field Grinnell, Iowa 1893-1911  Learn more
Football Hawaii Aloha Stadium Honolulu, Hawaii  Learn more
Football Hawaii Aloha Stadium Honolulu, Hawaii  Learn more
Basketball Highland Park Highland Park Gymnasium Des Moines, Iowa  Learn more
Basketball Houston Fertitta Center Houston, Texas Dec 1969 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Illinois Huff Hall Bloomington, Illinois Dec 1925 - Mar 1963 The "New Gymnasium" was renamed Huff Gymnasium in 1937 following the longtime athletic director's passing. Learn more
Football Illinois Illinois Field Champaign, Illinois 1884 - 1987  Learn more
Basketball Illinois Illinois Men's Gymnasium (Military Drill Hall) Champaign, Illinois 1902-1925 Currently known as Kenney Gym Annex. It was originally called the Men's Gymnasium, but was renamed the Men's Old Gym when Huff Hall opened in 1925. Learn more
Football Illinois Memorial Stadium Champaign, Illinois  Learn more
Football Illinois Rock Island Baseball Park Rock Island, Illinois  Learn more
Basketball Illinois State Farm Center Champaign, Illinois Mar 1963 - Present It opened in 1963 and was known until 2013 as Assembly Hall until State Farm Insurance acquired naming rights. Learn more
Basketball Illinois Wesleyan Fred Young Fieldhouse Bloomington, Illinois  Learn more
Basketball Indiana Assembly Hall Bloomington, Indiana Sep 1971 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Indiana Gladstein Fieldhouse Bloomington, Indiana Dec 3, 1960 - Mar 1971  Learn more
Basketball Indiana IU New Men's Gymnasium Bloomington, Indiana Jan 13, 1917 - Dec 13, 1928 It was simply called the new Men's Gymnasium, and for the first few years was often just called the "New Gym." Learn more
Basketball Indiana IU Old Men's Gymnasium (Old Assembly Hall) Bloomington, Indiana Feb 21, 1901 - Jan 13, 1917  Learn more
Football Indiana Jordan Field Bloomington, Indiana  Learn more
Football Indiana Memorial Stadium Bloomington, Indiana  Learn more
Basketball Indiana William Leon Garrett IU Fieldhouse Bloomington, Indiana Dec 13, 1928 - Feb 29, 1960  Learn more
Indiana Tech Doug Edgar Indoor Track Facility Fort Wayne, Indiana Jan 2023 - Present  Learn more
Football Iowa State Clyde Williams Field Ames, Iowa 1915-1975  Learn more
Basketball Iowa State Hilton Coliseum Ames, Iowa Dec 2, 1971 - Current  Learn more
Basketball Iowa State Iowa State Armory Ames, Iowa 1946 - Dec 1971  Learn more
Football Iowa State Jack Trice Stadium Ames, Iowa Sept 1975 - Present The stadium opened in September of 1975, and was originally known as Cyclone Stadium, and was renamed to Jack Trice Stadium in 1997.  Learn more
Basketball Iowa State Margaret Hall Gymnasium Ames, Iowa 1907 - Jul 1913  Learn more
Basketball Iowa State State Gymnasium Ames, Iowa Jul 1913 - 1946  Learn more
Football Iowa Wesleyan Fairgrounds Park Mount Pleasant, Iowa  Learn more
Basketball Kansas Allen Fieldhouse Lawrence, Kansas March 1955 - Present  Learn more
Football Kansas McCook Field Lawrence, Kansas 1892 - 1920  Learn more
Basketball Kansas State Ahearn Field House Manhattan, Kansas Dec 1950 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Kansas State Bramlage Coliseum Manhattan, Kansas Oct 1988 - Present  Learn more
Football Kansas State KSU Stadium Manhattan, Kansas  Learn more
Basketball Kent State Memorial Athletic and Convocation Center Kent, Ohio Dec 1950 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Kentucky Memorial Coliseum Lexington, Kentucky Dec 1950 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Kentucky Nassau Coliseum Uniondale, New Jersey Feb 1972 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Louisville Freedom Hall Louisville, Kentucky 1956 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Loyola Alumni Gym Chicago, Illinois  Learn more
Football Marquette Marquette Stadium Milwaukee, Wisconsin Oct 1924 - 1976  Learn more
Basketball Maryland Cole Fieldhouse College Park, Maryland Dec 1955 - Mar 2002  Learn more
Football Maryland Maryland Stadium College Park, Maryland 1950 - Present The facility was formerly named Byrd Stadium when it opened in 1950, and renamed to Maryland Stadium in 2016. Learn more
Basketball Maryland Xfinity Center College Park, Maryland Oct 2002 - Present  Learn more
Football Miami (FL) Orange Bowl Stadium Miami, Florida  Learn more
Football Miami (OH) Yager Stadium Oxford, Ohio  Learn more
Football Michigan Bennett Park Detroit, Michigan April 1896 - 1911  Learn more
Basketball Michigan Crisler Center Ann Arbor, Michigan 1967 - Present Formerly called Crisler Arena, replacing Yost Fieldhouse in 1967. Learn more
Football Michigan Ferry Field Ann Arbor, Michigan Oct 1906 - 2018  Learn more
Football Michigan Michigan Stadium Ann Arbor, Michigan  Learn more
Basketball Michigan Waterman Gymnasium Ann Arbor, Michigan 1893 - Nov 1924  Learn more
Basketball Michigan Yost Ice Arena Ann Arbor, Michigan Nov 1923 - 1967  Learn more
Basketball Michigan State Breslin Center East Lansing, Michigan July 1986 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Michigan State Demonstration Hall East Lansing, Michigan 1930 - 1940  Learn more
Basketball Michigan State Jenison Fieldhouse East Lansing, Michigan 1940 - Aug 1989  Learn more
Football Michigan State Spartan Stadium East Lansing, Michigan  Learn more
Football Minnesota Huntington Bank Stadium Minneapolis, Minnesota 2009 - Present It opened as TCF Bank in 2009, then changed names in June 2021 to Huntington Bank Stadium Learn more
Basketball Minnesota Kenwood Armory Minneapolis, Minnesota Jan 1925 - Jan 31, 1928 Halfway through the 1924–25 season, UM moved from the University Armory to the Kenwood Armory in downtown Minneapolis to increase capacity to 6000 people. It is the current site of the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, and formerly called the Armory Gardens.  Learn more
Football Minnesota Memorial Stadium Minneapolis, Minnesota Oct 1924 - Nov 1981  Learn more
Football Minnesota Northrup Field Minneapolis, Minnesota 1899 - 1923  Learn more
Basketball Minnesota University of Minnesota Armory Minneapolis, Minnesota 1896 - Jan 1925 In 1896, the team moved in from the YMCA, and the Gophers remained for almost 30 years until halfway through the 1924–25 season Learn more
Basketball Minnesota Williams Arena Minneapolis, Minnesota Jan 31, 1928 - Present It was constructed in the 1920s and opened in 1928. The building is known as "The Barn". They played in the Kenwood Armory in downtown Minneapolis before moving into Williams Arena. Also known as the University of Minnesota Field House. Learn more
Basketball Minnesota Agricultural College Minnesota Agricultural School Gymnasium Minneapolis, Minnesota  Learn more
Basketball Missouri Brewer Fieldhouse Columbia, Missouri  Learn more
Basketball Missouri Hearnes Center Columbia, MO Aug 1972 - Nov 2004 It replaced Brewer Fieldhouse, which was built in 1929. Learn more
Basketball Missouri Hearnes Center Columbia, Missouri Aug 1972 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Missouri Mizzou Arena Columbia, MO Nov 2004 - Present It replaced the Hearnes Center in Nov 2004 Learn more
Football Missouri Rollins Field Columbia, Missouri 1895 - Nov 1926  Learn more
Football Morningside Mizzou Park Sioux City, Iowa  Learn more
Football Nebraska "M" Street Park Lincoln, Nebraska 1894-1896  Learn more
Football Nebraska Antelope Field Lincoln, Nebraska 1897-1908  Learn more
Basketball Nebraska Bob Devaney Sports Center Lincoln, Nebraska 1976 - Spring 2012 It opened in 1976, and the men's basketball played there until moving to the Pinnacle Bank Arena in the fall of 2013. Learn more
Football Nebraska Lincoln Park Lincoln, Nebraska 1890-1893  Learn more
Football Nebraska Memorial Stadium Lincoln, Nebraska  Learn more
Basketball Nebraska Nebraska Armory Lincoln, Nebraska Up until 1926 Was used prior to opening of Nebraska Coliseum Learn more
Basketball Nebraska Nebraska Coliseum Lincoln, Nebraska 1926 - Fall 1976 It was the home of the men's basketball team from 1926 until the fall of 1976. Learn more
Football Nebraska Nebraska Field Lincoln, Nebraska Oct 1909 - Nov 1922  Learn more
Football Nebraska Omaha YMCA Ball Park Omaha, Nebraska  Learn more
Basketball Nebraska Pinnacle Bank Arena Lincoln, Nebraska Nov 2013 - Present It opened in November 2013 Learn more
Football Nebraska University Park Omaha, Nebraska  Learn more
Basketball Nevada-Las Vegas Thomas & Mack Center Paradise, Nevada Dec 1983 - Present  Learn more
Basketball New Mexico The Pit Albuquerque, New Mexico Dec 1966 - Present  Learn more
New Mexico State Pan American Center Las Cruces, New Mexico 1968 - Present  Learn more
Basketball North Carolina Dean Smith Center Chapel Hill, North Carolina Jan 1986 - Present  Learn more
Basketball North Carolina State Reynolds Coliseum Raleigh, North Carolina Dec 1949 - Present Home of the Dixie Basketball Classic Learn more
Basketball Northern Illinois Chick Evans Field House DeKalb, Illinois 1956 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Northern Iowa McLeod Center Cedar Falls, Iowa Nov 2006 - Present  Learn more
Northern Iowa UNI-Dome Cedar Falls, Iowa Feb 1976 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Northwestern Evanston High School Evanston, Illinois  Learn more
Basketball Northwestern Evanston YMCA Evanston, Illinois 1905-1910  Learn more
Basketball Northwestern New Patten Gymnasium Evanston, Illinois 1940-1952  Learn more
Football Northwestern Northwestern Field Evanston, Illinois 1905 - 1925  Learn more
Basketball Northwestern Old Patten Gymnasium Evanston, Illinois 1910 - 1940  Learn more
Football Northwestern Ryan Field Evanston, Illinois 1926 - Present Opened in 1926 as Dyche Stadium, and was renamed Ryan Field in 1997. Learn more
Football Northwestern Sheppard Field Evanston, Illinois  Learn more
Basketball Northwestern Welsh - Ryan Arena Evanston, Illinois Dec 1952 - Present It was named McGaw Memorial Hall from 1952 to 1983, and hosted the 1956 NCAA Championships in basketball (in which Iowa would lose to San Francisco in the finals). Learn more
Basketball Notre Dame Edmund P. Joyce Center South Bend, Indiana Dec 1968 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Notre Dame Notre Dame Fieldhouse South Bend, Indiana 1898 - 1968  Learn more
Football Notre Dame Notre Dame Stadium South Bend, Indiana Oct 1930 - Present The stadium was opened in 1930, to replace Cartier Field Learn more
Football Ohio State Ohio Field Columbus, Ohio 1898 - 1921  Learn more
Football Ohio State Ohio Stadium Columbus, OH 1922 - Present The stadium opened in 1922 as a replacement for Ohio Field. Learn more
Basketball Ohio State St. John Arena Columbus, OH 1956 - 1997 It opened in 1956. Prior to its construction, the men's basketball team played off-campus in the Fairgrounds Coliseum at the state fairgrounds. Learn more
Basketball Ohio State Taft Coliseum Columbus, OH 1920 - 1955 Nicknamed "The Barn" and known previously as the Ohio Expo Center Coliseum and Fairgrounds Coliseum Learn more
Basketball Ohio State The Armory Columbus, OH 1897 - 1917 It was also called was also known as the Gymnasium and Armory, the Armory and Gymnasium, the Naval Armory, the Gymnasium, the Auditorium, the Military Department Building, and the Gymnasium, Armory and Drill Hall. Learn more
Basketball Ohio State Value City Arena Columbus, Ohio 1998 - Present The arena opened in 1998. Previously, the basketball teams played at St. John Arena. Learn more
Basketball Oklahoma McCasland Field House Norman, Oklahoma Jan 1928 - Present  Learn more
Football Oklahoma Oklahoma Memorial Stadium Norman/Oklahoma  Learn more
Football Oregon Autzen Stadium Eugene, Oregon  Learn more
Basketball Oregon Matthew Knight Arena Eugene, Oregon Jan 2011 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Oregon State Gill Coliseum Corvallis, Oregon Dec 1946 - Present  Learn more
Football Oregon State Parker Stadium Corvallis, Oregon Nov 1953 - Present  Learn more
Football Oregon State Providence Park Portland, Oregon Oct 1926 - Present  Learn more
Football Parsons Alumni Field Fairfield, Iowa 1894-1966 Years are estimated, need source for exact dates Learn more
Football Parsons Blum Stadium Fairfield, Iowa 1966-1970  Learn more
Football Penn State Beaver Stadium University Park, Pennsylvania  Learn more
Basketball Penn State Bryce Jordan Center University Park, Pennsylvania 1996 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Penn State Rec Hall State College, Pennsylvania Jan 1929 - Jan 5, 1996  Learn more
Football Pittsburgh Heinz Field Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Aug 2021 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Pittsburgh Pitt Pavilion Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1925 - 1951  Learn more
Football Pittsburgh Pitt Stadium Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Sep 1925 - Nov 1999  Learn more
Basketball Purdue Lafayette Coliseum Lafayette, Indiana 1896–1909  Learn more
Basketball Purdue Lambert Fieldhouse West Lafayette, Indiana Dec 12, 1937 - Dec 2, 1967 It was also called Purdue Fieldhouse. In 1967, the team moved into the newly built Mackey Arena next door Learn more
Basketball Purdue Mackey Arena West Lafayette, Indiana Dec 1967 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Purdue Memorial Gymnasium West Lafayette, Indiana 1910 - Dec 1937 Now called Felix Haas Hall Learn more
Football Purdue Ross-Ade Stadium West Lafayette, Indiana 1928 - Current  Learn more
Football Purdue Stuart Field West Lafayette, Indiana April 1892 - 1940  Learn more
Basketball Rutgers Jersey Mike's Arena Piscataway, New Jersey Nov 1977 - Present  Learn more
Football Rutgers SHI Stadium Piscataway, NJ Sept 1994 - Present The stadium was opened as Rutgers Stadium on September 3, 1994, and was built on the site of the original old Rutgers Stadium. In June 2011, it was renamed to High Point Solutions Stadium, and in May 2018, it was rebranded to Stadium. In July 2019, it was renamed SHI Stadium. Learn more
Basketball Saint Louis Enterprise Center St. Louis, Missouri Oct 1994 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Saint Louis Kiel Auditorium St. Louis, Missouri 1945–1968 and 1973–1991 The arena was opened April 14, 1934 and closed April 27, 1991 Learn more
Football Saint Louis Sportsman's Park St. Louis, Missouri April 1902 - May 1966  Learn more
Basketball Saint Louis St. Louis University Gymnasium (West Pine Gym) Saint Louis, Missouri 1926 - 1945  Learn more
Basketball San Diego LionTree Arena San Diego, California 1995 - Current Formerly named RIMAC (Recreation, Intramural and Athletic Complex), but was renamed to LionTree Arena in June 2022. RIMAC was opened in 1995. The arena hosts a range of large spectator events for up to 5,000 people.  Learn more
Basketball Seton Hall Meadowlands Arena Newark, New Jersey 1985 - 2007 The names of the arena were Brendan Byrne Arena (1981–1996), Continental Airlines Arena (1996–2007) and Izod Center (2007–2015). Learn more
Basketball Seton Hall Prudential Center Newark, New Jersey 2007 - Present Opened in 2007, it is affectionately known as "The Rock" (in reference to the corporate logo of Prudential Financial). Learn more
Sioux Falls Stewart Center Sioux Falls, South Dakota  Learn more
Basketball South Carolina Carolina Coliseum Columbia, South Carolina Nov 1968 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Southern Illinois Banterra Center Carbondale, Illinois Dec 1964 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Southern Methodist Moody Coliseum University Park, Texas Dec 1956 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Stanford Burnham Pavilion Stanford, California Jan 1922 - Present  Learn more
Football Syracuse Archbold Stadium Syracuse, New York Sep 1907 - Nov 1978  Learn more
Syracuse Carrier Dome Syracuse, New York Sep 1980 - Present  Learn more
Football Temple Temple Stadium Philadelphia, Pennsylvanian Sep 1928 - 1995  Learn more
Football Texas Christian Amon G Carter Stadium Fort Worth, Texas Oct 1930 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Texas Tech Lubbock Municipal Coliseum Lubbock Texas 1956 - April 2019  Learn more
Basketball Texas-El Paso Memorial Gymnasium El Paso, Texas  Learn more
Basketball Tulsa Donald W Reynolds Center Tulsa, Oklahoma Dec 1998 - Present  Learn more
Football Tulsa Skelly Field at H.A. Chapman Stadium Tulsa, Oklahoma  Learn more
Basketball UC-Irvine Bren Events Center Irvine, California Jan 1987 - Present  Learn more
Basketball UCLA Men's Gymnasium Los Angeles, California  Learn more
Basketball UCLA Pauley Pavillion Los Angeles, California June 1965 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Villanova Jake Nevin Field House Villanova, Pennsylvania  Learn more
Basketball Virginia John Paul Jones Arena Charlottesville, Virginia Aug 2006 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Virginia Tech Cassell Coliseum Blacksburg, Virginia Jan 1962 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Wake Forest Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum Winston-Salem, North Carolina Aug 1989 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Washington Hec Edmundson Pavilion Seattle, Washington Dec 1927 - Present  Learn more
Football Washington Husky Stadium Seattle, Washington Nov 1920 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Washington (MO) Francis Gymnasium St. Louis, Missouri  Learn more
Football Washington (MO) Francis Olympic Field St. Louis, Missouri 1904 - Present  Learn more
Basketball Wayne State Light Guard Armory Detroit, Michigan  Learn more
Basketball Western College Toledo Opera House Toledo, Iowa  Learn more
Basketball Wichita State Charles Koch Arena Wichita, Kansas Dec 1955 - Present  Learn more
Women's Basketball William Penn Penn Gymnasium Oskaloosa, Iowa 1957 - Present In 1957, the original gymnasium was built, while the upper gymnasium was added in 1969. Learn more
Football Wisconsin Camp Randall Stadium Madison, Wisconsin 1895 - Present It is officially opened in 1917, but appears to have hosted football contests starting in 1895. Learn more
Basketball Wisconsin Kohl Center Madison, Wisconsin 1998 - Present It replaced the UW Field House in 1998 Learn more
Basketball Wisconsin Wisconsin Armory and Gymnasium (Red Gym) Madison, Wisconsin 1894 - 1930 Designed in the Romanesque revival style, it resembles a red brick castle. Also known as "the little cigar box gym." It was replaced by the UW Field House in 1930. Learn more
Basketball Wisconsin Wisconsin Field House Madison, Wisconsin Dec 1930 - 1997 It replaced the Red Gym in Dec 1930. It was replaced by the Kohl Center in 1998. Learn more
Basketball Wyoming War Memorial Fieldhouse Laramie, Wyoming 1951 - Present  Learn more
Football Yale Yale Bowl New Haven, Connecticut Nov 1914 - Present  Learn more

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