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Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums
Birmingham | Columbus | Huntsville | Mobile & Gulf Shores | Montgomery

Birmingham Sports Venues
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Fairfield
8,500
Home of Miles College Golden Bears football (NCAA)
 
2010
Auburn
9,121
Home of Auburn Tigers basketball & gymnastics (SEC)
 
2003
Birmingham
15,000
IndyCar Series, Grand-Am, AMA; Home of the Porsche Driving School and the Kevin Schwantz Motorcycle School
 
1988
Birmingham
8,508
Home of UAB Blazers basketball (C-USA)
 
1980
Birmingham
6,000
Formerly Fair Park Arena
 
1976
Birmingham
18,997
220,000 square feet of exhibit space
 
1924
Birmingham
6,000
Adjoined by the Birmingham Museum of Art
 
1929
Tuscaloosa
101,821
Home of Alabama Crimson Tide football (SEC)
 
1968
Tuscaloosa
15,316
Home of Alabama Crimson Tide basketball & gymnastics (SEC)
 
1939
Auburn
87,451
Home of Auburn Tigers football (SEC)
 
1947
Jacksonville
24,000
Home of Jacksonville State Gamecocks football (OVC)
 
1927
Birmingham
71,594
Home of UAB Blazers football (C-USA), Home of the Magic City Classic; Hosts the BBVA Compass Bowl
 
Pelham
5,000
Home of the University of Alabama's club hockey team, the Pelham Youth Hockey League, and the Birmingham area youth travel hockey program
 
1988
Hoover
10,800
Home of the Birmingham Barons (Chicago White Sox AA affiliate)
 
1958
Homewood
6,700
Home of Samford Bulldogs football (SoCon)
 
1969
Talladega
175,000
Sprint Cup, NASCAR Nationwide Series, NCWTS, ARCA
Huntsville Sports Venues
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900
 
1985
Huntsville
10,200
Former Home of the Huntsville Stars (Milwaukee Brewers AA affiliate)
 
1962
Huntsville
12,000
Multi-purpose stadium hosting Huntsville city schools' football & soccer
 
2009
Decatur
5,000
Horse & multi-use arena
 
1975
Huntsville
13,000
Home of UAH Chargers hockey (NCAA)
Mobile & Gulf Shores Sports Venues
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1997
Mobile
6,000
Home of the Mobile BayBears (Arizona Diamondbacks AA affiliate)
 
1948
Mobile
33,471
Home of South Alabama Jaguars football (SBC), the GoDaddy.com Bowl, and the Senior Bowl
 
1998
Mobile
10,041
Home of South Alabama Jaguars basketball (SBC)
 
1964
Mobile
10,676
Multi-purpose facility consisting of a theater, an expo hall & an arena
Montgomery Sports Venues
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1925
Tuskegee
10,000
Home of Tuskegee University Tigers football (NCAA)
 
1992
Montgomery
7,400
Home of Alabama State Hornets basketball (SWAC)
 
1952
Montgomery
13,500
Home to the Alabama National Fair
 
Montgomery
10,500
Concerts, rodeos, social events, expositions, trade shows, sports events, horse & cattle shows & sales, conventions
 
1967
Dothan
5,000
Consists of a conference center, 6 livestock barns, 2 exhibit buildings and a full hookup RV site
 
1987
Tuskegee
5,000
Home of Tuskegee University Tigers basketball (NCAA)
 
2004
Montgomery
7,000
Home of the Montgomery Biscuits (Tampa Bay Rays AA affiliate)
 
1950
Troy
30,000
Home of Troy University Trojans football (SBC)


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