List of sports venues with sole naming rights

It may never be fully completed or, depending on its its nature, it may be that it can never be completed. However, new and revised entries in the list are always welcome. The following is a list of sports venues with sole naming rights:

Present naming rights





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United States

Name LocationTypeNotes
1st Mariner ArenaBaltimore, Marylandmulti-use indoor arena
95KGGO ArenaUrbandale, Iowamulti-use indoor arena
Alerus CenterGrand Forks, North Dakotamulti-use indoor arena
Alexian FieldSchaumburg, Illinoisbaseball stadium(also used for cricket)
Alliance Bank StadiumSyracuse, New Yorkbaseball stadium
Alliant Energy CenterMadison, Wisconsinmulti-use indoor arena
Alliant Energy FieldClinton, Iowabaseball stadium
Allstate ArenaRosemont, Illinoismulti-use indoor arena
Alltel CenterMankato, Minnesota
Alltel ArenaNorth Little Rock, Arkansasmulti-use indoor arena
American Airlines CenterDallas, Texasmulti-use indoor arena
AmericanAirlines ArenaMiami, Floridamulti-use indoor arena
American Bank CenterCorpus Christi, Texasmulti-use indoor arena
Amway ArenaOrlando, Floridamulti-use indoor arena
Androscoggin Bank ColiséeLewiston, Mainemulti-use indoor arena
Appalachian Power ParkCharleston, West Virginiabaseball stadium
Applebee's ParkLexington, Kentuckybaseball stadium
Arco ArenaSacramento, Californiamulti-use indoor arena
Arrowhead Credit Union ParkSan Bernardino, Californiabaseball stadium
AT&T Bricktown BallparkOklahoma City, Oklahomabaseball stadium
AT&T CenterSan Antonio, Texasmulti-use indoor arena
AT&T FieldChattanooga, Tennesseebaseball stadium
AT&T ParkSan Francisco, Californiabaseball stadium (MLB)
AutoZone ParkMemphis, Tennesseebaseball stadium
Avista StadiumSpokane, Washingtonbaseball stadium
BancorpSouth ArenaTupelo, Mississippimulti-use indoor arena
Bank of America Arena
at Hec Edmundson Pavilion
Seattle, Washingtonmulti-use indoor arena
Bank of America StadiumCharlotte, North Carolinafootball stadium
BankAtlantic CenterSunrise, Floridamulti-use indoor arena
BankUnited CenterCoral Gables, Floridamulti-use indoor arena
Big Sandy Superstore ArenaHuntington, West Virginiamulti-use indoor arena
Bi-Lo CenterGreenville, South Carolinamulti-use indoor arena
Blue Cross ArenaRochester, New Yorkmulti-use indoor arena
Bright House Networks FieldClearwater, Floridabaseball stadium
Bright House Networks StadiumOrlando, Floridafootball stadium
Budweiser Events CenterLoveland, Coloradomulti-use indoor arena
Busch StadiumSt. Louis, Missouribaseball stadium (MLB)
Campbell's FieldCamden, New Jerseybaseball stadium
Carrier DomeSyracuse, New Yorkfootball stadium, domed(also used for basketball)
Centene StadiumGreat Falls, Montanafootball stadium
CenturyTel CenterBossier City, Louisianamulti-use indoor arena
Chase FieldPhoenix, Arizonabaseball stadium (MLB), retractable roof
Chevrolet CentreYoungstown, Ohiomulti-use indoor arena
Chevy Chase Bank Field
at Byrd Stadium
College Park, Marylandfootball stadium
Cintas CenterCincinnati, Ohiomulti-use indoor arena
Citizens Bank ParkPhiladelphia, Pennsylvaniabaseball stadium (MLB)
CityBank ColiseumLubbock, Texasmulti-use indoor arena
Classic ParkEastlake, Ohiobaseball stadium
Clear Channel StadiumLancaster, Californiabaseball stadium
Colonial CenterColumbia, South Carolinamulti-use indoor arena
Comcast CenterCollege Park, Marylandmulti-use indoor arena
Comerica ParkDetroit, Michiganbaseball stadium (MLB)
Commerce Bank BallparkBridgewater, New Jerseybaseball stadium
CommunityAmerica BallparkKansas City, Kansasbaseball stadium
Compuware ArenaPlymouth Township, Michiganmulti-use indoor arena
Conseco FieldhouseIndianapolis, Indianamulti-use indoor arena
Coors Events CenterBoulder, Coloradomulti-use indoor arena
Coors FieldDenver, Coloradobaseball stadium (MLB)
Cox ArenaSan Diego, Californiamulti-use indoor arena
Cox PavilionLas Vegas, Nevadamulti-use indoor arena
Cricket ArenaCharlotte, North Carolinamulti-use indoor arena
Deja Blue ArenaFrisco, Texasmulti-use indoor arena
Dell DiamondRound Rock, Texasbaseball stadium
Dick's Sporting Goods ParkCommerce City, Coloradosoccer-specific stadium
Dodge ArenaHidalgo, Texasmulti-use indoor arena
Dow DiamondMidland, Michiganbaseball stadium
Dr Pepper BallparkFrisco, Texasbaseball stadium
Dunkin' Donuts CenterProvidence, Rhode Islandmulti-use indoor arena
Dunn Tire ParkBuffalo, New Yorkbaseball stadium
Edward Jones DomeSt. Louis, Missourifootball stadium, domed
EnergySolutions ArenaSalt Lake City, Utahmulti-use indoor arena
FedExFieldLandover, Marylandfootball stadium
FedExForumMemphis, Tennesseemulti-use indoor arena
Fieldcrest Cannon StadiumKannapolis, North Carolinabaseball stadium
Fifth Third ArenaCincinnati, Ohiomulti-use indoor arena
Fifth Third BallparkComstock Park, Michiganbaseball stadium
Fifth Third FieldDayton, Ohiobaseball stadium
Fifth Third FieldToledo, Ohiobaseball stadium
First ArenaElmira, New Yorkmulti-use indoor arena
FirstEnergy ParkLakewood, New Jerseybaseball stadium
FirstEnergy StadiumReading, Pennsylvaniabaseball stadium
First Horizon ParkGreensboro, North Carolinabaseball stadium
Ford ArenaBeaumont, Texasmulti-use indoor arena
Ford CenterOklahoma City, Oklahomamulti-use indoor arena
Ford FieldDetroit, Michiganfootball stadium, domed
Franklin Covey FieldSalt Lake City, Utahbaseball stadium
Frontier FieldRochester, New Yorkbaseball stadium
Germain ArenaEstero, Floridamulti-use indoor arena
GIANT CenterHershey, Pennsylvaniamulti-use indoor arena
Gillette StadiumFoxboro, Massachusettsfootball stadium(also used for soccer)
Great American Ball ParkCincinnati, Ohiobaseball stadium (MLB)
Heinz FieldPittsburgh, Pennsylvaniafootball stadium
The Home Depot CenterCarson, Californiasoccer-specific stadium
Honda CenterAnaheim, Californiamulti-use indoor arena
HP Pavilion at San JoseSan Jose, Californiamulti-use indoor arena
HSBC ArenaBuffalo, New Yorkmulti-use indoor arena
i wireless CenterMoline, Illinoismulti-use indoor arena
Infineon RacewaySonoma, Californiaspeedway
INVESCO Field at Mile HighDenver, Coloradofootball stadium(also used for soccer, lacrosse )
IPayOne CenterSan Diego, Californiamulti-use indoor arena
Izod CenterEast Rutherford, New Jerseymulti-use indoor arena
Jamestown Savings Bank Ice ArenaJamestown, New Yorkmulti-use indoor arena ArenaGlendale, Arizonabaseball stadium
Jones AT&T StadiumLubbock, Texasfootball stadium
KeyArenaSeattle, Washingtonmulti-use indoor arena
KeySpan ParkBrooklyn, New Yorkbaseball stadium
Knology ParkDunedin, Floridabaseball stadium
Lincoln Financial FieldPhiladelphia, Pennsylvaniabaseball stadium
Louisville Slugger FieldLouisville, Kentuckybaseball stadium
Lowe's Motor SpeedwayConcord, North Carolinasuper speedway
LP FieldNashville, Tennesseefootball stadium
M&T Bank StadiumBaltimore, Marylandfootball stadium
MassMutual CenterSpringfield, Massachusettsmulti-use indoor arena
Mazda Raceway Laguna SecaMonterey, Californiaroad course
McAfee ColiseumOakland, Californiabaseball (MLB) and football stadium
Melaleuca FieldIdaho Falls, Idahobaseball stadium
Mellon ArenaPittsburgh, Pennsylvaniamulti-use indoor arena StadiumManchester, New Hampshirebaseball stadium
Miller ParkMilwaukee, Wisconsinbaseball stadium (MLB), retractable roof
Minute Maid ParkHouston, Texasbaseball stadium (MLB), retractable roof
Monster ParkSan Francisco, Californiafootball stadiumwill revert to original name, Candlestick Park, when Monster's naming rights contract expires in 2008
Movie Gallery StadiumTroy, Alabamafootball stadium
Nationwide ArenaColumbus, Ohiomulti-use indoor arena
NYSEG StadiumBinghamton, New Yorkbaseball stadium
Ogren Park at Allegiance FieldMissoula, Montanabaseball stadium
Oldsmobile ParkLansing, Michiganbaseball stadium
Oracle ArenaOakland, Californiamulti-use indoor arena
O'Reilly Raceway Park at IndianapolisIndianapolis, Indianaauto racing track
PAETEC ParkRochester, New Yorksoccer-specific stadium
Papa John's Cardinal StadiumLouisville, Kentuckyfootball stadium
Pepsi CenterDenver, Coloradomulti-use indoor arena
Pepsi ColiseumIndianapolis, Indianamulti-use indoor arena
Perani Arena and Event CenterFlint, Michiganmulti-use indoor arena
PETCO ParkSan Diego, Californiabaseball stadium (MLB)
PGE ParkPortland, Oregonmulti-use outdoor stadium
Pharmed ArenaMiami, Floridamulti-use indoor arena
Philips ArenaAtlanta, Georgiamulti-use indoor arena
Pizza Hut ParkFrisco, Texassoccer-specific stadium
PNC ParkPittsburgh, Pennsylvaniabaseball stadium (MLB)
Principal ParkDes Moines, Iowabaseball stadium
Pringles ParkJackson, Tennesseebaseball stadium
Progress Energy ParkSt. Petersburg, Florida
Qualcomm StadiumSan Diego, Californiafootball stadium
Quicken Loans ArenaCleveland, Ohiomulti-use indoor arena
Qwest ArenaBoise, Idahomulti-use indoor arena
Qwest Center OmahaOmaha, Nebraskamulti-use indoor arena
Qwest FieldSeattle, Washingtonfootball stadium
Rabobank ArenaBakersfield, Californiamulti-use indoor arena
Raley FieldSacramento, Californiabaseball stadium
Raymond James StadiumTampa, Floridafootball stadium
RBC CenterRaleigh, North Carolinamulti-use indoor arena
RCA DomeIndianapolis, Indianafootball stadium, domedOccasionally used for basketball
Reliant StadiumHouston, Texasfootball stadium, retractable roof
Reser StadiumCorvallis, Oregonfootball stadium
Richmond County Bank BallparkStaten Island, New Yorkbaseball stadium
S&T Bank ArenaIndiana, Pennsylvaniamulti-use indoor arena
Safeco FieldSeattle, Washingtonbaseball stadium (MLB), retractable roof
St. Pete Times ForumTampa, Floridamulti-use indoor arena
Santa Ana Star CenterRio Rancho, New Mexicomulti-use indoor arena
Save Mart CenterFresno, Californiamulti-use indoor arena
Scottrade CenterSt. Louis, Missourimulti-use indoor arena
Sears CentreHoffman Estates, Illinoismulti-use indoor arena
Security Service FieldColorado Springs, Coloradobaseball stadium
SEFCU ArenaAlbany, New Yorkmulti-use indoor arena
Simplot StadiumCaldwell, Idaho
Sommet CenterNashville, Tennesseemulti-use indoor arena
Sovereign Bank ArenaTrenton, New Jerseymulti-use indoor arena
Sovereign CenterReading, Pennsylvaniamulti-use indoor arena
Staples CenterLos Angeles, Californiamulti-use indoor arena
State Mutual StadiumRome, Georgiabaseball stadium
Stater Bros. StadiumAdelanto, Californiabaseball stadium
Taco Bell ArenaBoise, Idahomulti-use indoor arena
Taco John's Events CenterCheyenne, Wyomingmulti-use indoor arena
Target CenterMinneapolis, Minnesotamulti-use indoor arena
TD Banknorth GardenBoston, Massachusettsmulti-use indoor arena
TD Banknorth Sports CenterHamden, Connecticutmulti-use indoor arena
Tim's Toyota CenterPrescott Valley, Arizonamulti-use indoor arena
Times Union CenterAlbany, New Yorkmulti-use indoor arena
Toyota ArenaYork, Pennsylvaniamulti-use indoor arena
Toyota CenterHouston, Texasmulti-use indoor arena
Toyota CenterKennewick, Washingtonmulti-use indoor arena
Toyota ParkBridgeview, Illinoissoccer-specific stadium
Toyota StadiumGeorgetown, Kentucky
Tropicana FieldTampa, Floridabaseball stadium (MLB)
Trustmark ParkPearl, Mississippibaseball stadium
Tucson Electric ParkTucson, Arizonabaseball stadium
UFCU Disch-Falk FieldAustin, Texasbaseball stadium (collegiate)
United CenterChicago, Illinoismulti-use indoor arena
United Spirit ArenaLubbock, Texasmulti-use indoor arena
University of Phoenix Stadium [1]Glendale, Arizonafootball stadium with retractable roof and retractable playing surface
US Airways CenterPhoenix, Arizonamulti-use indoor arena
U.S. Bank ArenaCincinnati, Ohiomulti-use indoor arena
U.S. Cellular ArenaMilwaukee, Wisconsinmulti-use indoor arena
U.S. Cellular CenterCedar Rapids, Iowamulti-use indoor arena
U.S. Cellular ColiseumBloomington, Illinois
U.S. Cellular FieldChicago, Illinoisbaseball stadium (MLB)
U.S. Steel YardGary, Indianabaseball stadium
Value City ArenaColumbus, Ohiomulti-use indoor arena
Verizon CenterWashington, DCmulti-use indoor arena
Verizon Wireless ArenaManchester, New Hampshiremulti-use indoor arena
Wachovia Arena at Casey PlazaWilkes-Barre, Pennsylvaniamulti-use indoor arena
Wachovia CenterPhiladelphia, Pennsylvaniamulti-use indoor arena
Wachovia SpectrumPhiladelphia, Pennsylvaniamulti-use indoor arena
Wells Fargo ArenaDes Moines, Iowamulti-use indoor arena
Wells Fargo ArenaTempe, Arizonamulti-use indoor arena
WesBanco ArenaWheeling, West Virginiamulti-use indoor arena
Whataburger FieldCorpus Christi, Texasbaseball stadium
WRAL Soccer CenterRaleigh, North Carolinamulti-use indoor arena
Xcel Energy CenterSaint Paul, Minnesotamulti-use indoor arena
1. ^ The University of Phoenix is a for-profit university that specializes in adult education, and has no athletic program.

Historical naming rights

Naming rights for closed venues

Naming rights for future venues

Opening in 2007

Opening in 2008

Opening in 2009

  • Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, USA; multi-use indoor arena
  • Citi Field in Queens, New York, USA (opening April); baseball stadium
  • Conoco Stadium in Great Coates, North East Lincolnshire, England, UK; football (soccer) stadium
  • Huntington Park in Columbus, Ohio, USA; baseball stadium
  • TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA; American football stadium

Opening in 2012

  • Cisco Field in Fremont, California, USA; baseball stadium

See also

Naming rights are the right to name a piece of property, either tangible property or an event, usually granted in exchange for financial considerations. Institutions like schools, places of worship and hospitals have a tradition of granting donors the right to name facilities in
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AAMI Stadium, formerly known as Football Park, is an AFL stadium located in West Lakes, Adelaide, South Australia. It was built in 1973 by the South Australian Football League (SANFL) and is now the home ground of the Adelaide Crows and Port Adelaide Power.
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Acer Arena is a large entertainment and sporting complex located in Homebush in Sydney, Australia. It is situated in Sydney Olympic Park, and was completed in 1999 as part of the facilities for the 2000 Olympic Games.
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York Park (now known as Aurora Stadium) is the major Australian rules football ground located in Inveresk, an inner city suburb of Launceston, Tasmania, Australia. In September 2004, Aurora Energy secured the naming rights to the stadium for the next six years.
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Sydney Football Stadium (colloquially known as SFS, and formerly known as Aussie Stadium 2002-2007 [1] ) is located in Moore Park, in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It was built in 1988 to be the premium "rectangular field" for rugby league football.
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Bluetongue Central Coast Stadium (formerly known as Central Coast Stadium, Northpower Stadium and Central Coast Express Advocate Stadium) is a sports venue on Grahame Park in Gosford, on the Central Coast of New South Wales.
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CUA (Credit Union Australia) Stadium is a rugby league stadium located on Mulgoa Road, Penrith, New South Wales, Australia. Formerly known as Penrith Park and traditionally known as Penrith Stadium, it is the home ground for the Penrith Panthers, who play in the National
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Dairy Farmers Stadium is a rugby league sports stadium situated in the City of Thuringowa, Queensland, Australia. It is the home ground of the National Rugby League club the North Queensland Cowboys.
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Distinctive Homes Dome is an indoor sporting arena located in Adelaide, Australia. It is the home arena of the Adelaide 36ers and Adelaide Lightning basketball teams. The capacity of the arena is 7,200, which includes courtside boxes, standard seating and elevated corporate suites.
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EnergyAustralia Stadium is a football stadium located in Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia. It is the ground of the Newcastle Knights (NRL) and Newcastle United Jets (A-League) teams.
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Lexus Centre is the indoor training centre for the Collingwood Football Club of the AFL located in Melbourne, Australia. Known originally as the Olympic Pool, it was built as an indoor sporting arena for swimming events for the 1956 Summer Olympics.
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Members Equity Stadium is a sports stadium in Perth, Australia. It has been the home of the Australian A-League club Perth Glory since 1996 and the Australian Rugby Championship (ARC) team Perth Spirit since 2007, and has been the home of the Western Australia Rugby League since
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The name Gold Coast Stadium may refer to:
  • Carrara Stadium, current home of the Gold Coast Titans.
  • Skilled Park, under construction.

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Kardinia Park, currently known as Skilled Stadium is an Australian rules football (AFL) stadium located in South Geelong, Victoria. The stadium is the home ground of the Geelong Football Club.
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Suncorp Stadium, formerly known as Lang Park, is a rectangular sporting stadium located in the Brisbane suburb of Milton, Queensland, Australia. Built on the site of a cemetery, the stadium has been the home of rugby league football in Queensland since 1957 and today also
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Telstra Dome is a stadium in the Docklands precinct of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, that caters for both sporting and entertainment events. The stadium was opened on March 9 2000, as Colonial Stadium.
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Telstra Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium located in the Sydney Olympic Park precinct of Homebush, Sydney, Australia. The stadium was completed in March 1999 at a cost of A$690 million to host the 2000 Summer Olympics.
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TIO Stadium (also known as Football Park and originally as Marrara Oval) is a sports ground in Darwin, Australia.

The ground was built in 1991 and Australian rules football is primarily played at the venue.
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Toyota Park (formerly Endeavour Field, Ronson Field, Caltex Field and Shark Park - as it is still colloquially known) is a rugby league stadium in the suburb of Woolooware, New South Wales, Australia.
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Vodafone Arena is a sports venue that is part of the Melbourne Park complex, in Melbourne, Australia.


Construction of Vodafone Arena commenced in the late 1990s, and was completed in 2000.
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WIN Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium located in the city of Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia. The stadium was officially opened in 1911. It is now used as one home ground of the St George Illawarra Dragons rugby league side.
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The Kyocera Arena, also known as Arena da Baixada or Estádio Joaquim Américo Guimarães, is a football stadium inaugurated on June 6, 1914 in Água Verde neighborhood, Curitiba, Paraná, with a maximum capacity of 25,272 people.
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Air Canada Centre, often referred to simply as The ACC, is a multi-purpose arena located on Bay Street in downtown Toronto, Ontario. It is the home of the Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League, the Toronto Raptors of the National Basketball Association, and the
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Hockey: 4,195
  • East End Stage: 4,801
  • Center Stage: 5,000
  • Wrestling: 5,400
  • Standing Room: 100 people (North East Corner and the South East Corners of the arena bowl)
  • Luxury suites: 27.
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  • Bell Centre (French: Le Centre Bell), formerly known as the Molson Centre, has been the home of the Montreal Canadiens since March 16, 1996 when they hosted the New York Rangers (a game which they won 4-2).
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    BMO Field (pronounced "BEE-moe") or National Soccer Stadium is a soccer-specific stadium located in Exhibition Place in the city of Toronto. The open-air structure seats 20,500 spectators.
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    Brandt Centre, formerly the Regina Agridome, is an indoor arena in Regina, Saskatchewan. Built in 1977, the Brandt Centre is the home arena for the Western Hockey League's Regina Pats, and also hosts concerts, rodeos, and the like. It replaced Regina Exhibition Stadium.
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    Canad Inns Stadium (formerly Winnipeg Stadium) is a Canadian football stadium located in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The stadium, named for hotel chain Canad Inns, and originally completed in 1953, seats 29,503 for football.
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    Canwest Global Park is the home of the Winnipeg Goldeyes Northern League baseball team in Winnipeg, Manitoba. It is a modern stadium that opened May 24, 1999, with the largest seating capacity in the league (7,400).
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    The Centre Air Creebec, formerly known as the Palais des Sports, is a 3,504 capacity (2,140 seated) multi-purpose arena in Val-d'Or, Quebec, Canada. It is home to the Val-d'Or Foreurs Ice hockey team.
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