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Flagstaff Sports Venues
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1977
Flagstaff
16,230
Home of Northern Arizona Lumberjacks football & basketball (Big Sky)
Phoenix Sports Venues
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1965
Phoenix
14,870
Multi-purpose indoor arena; Home of the Arizona Derby Dames
 
2009
Glendale
13,000
Spring training home of the Los Angeles Dodgers & Chicago White Sox (MLB)
 
1998
Phoenix
49,033
Home of the Arizona Diamondbacks (MLB)
 
2003
Glendale
18,000
Home of the Phoenix Coyotes (NHL)
 
2009
Goodyear
10,000
Spring training home of the Cleveland Indians & Cincinnati Reds(MLB)
 
1927
Tuscon
9,500
Home of Arizona Wildcats baseball (Pac-12)
 
1997
Mesa
12,623
Spring training home of the Chicago Cubs (MLB), home of Mesa Solar Sox baseball
 
1998
Phoenix
7,000
Spring training home of the Milwaukee Brewers (MLB)
 
1994
Peoria
12,882
Spring training home of the Seattle Mariners & San Diego Padres (MLB)
 
1964
Avondale
67,000
Sprint Cup, NASCAR Nationwide Series, NCWTS
 
1964
Phoenix
8,775
Spring training home of the Oakland A's (MLB)
 
1992
Scottsdale
12,000
Spring training home of the San Francisco Giants (MLB)
 
1958
Tempe
76,000
Home of Arizona State Sun Devils football (Pac-12) and the Insight Bowl
 
2003
Surprise
10,500
Spring training home of the Kansas City Royals and Texas Rangers (MLB)
 
1968
Tempe
9,785
Spring training home of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (MLB)
 
2006
Prescott Valley
5,264
Home of the Arizona Sundogs (Phoenix Coyotes (NHL) AA affiliate)
 
2006
Glendale
78,600
Home of the Arizona Cardinals (NFL) & the Fiesta Bowl; Hosts BCS National Championship game every fourth year
 
1992
Phoenix
20,000
Home of the Phoenix Suns (NBA), Phoenix Mercury (WNBA), Arizona Rattlers (AFL)
 
1974
Tempe
14,198
Home of Arizona State Sun Devils basketball, gymnastics, volleyball & wrestling (Pac-12)
Tucson Sports Venues
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1928
Tuscon
51,811
Home of Arizona Wildcats football (Pac-12)
 
1998
Tuscon
11,500
baseball stadium
 
1973
Tucson
14,489
Home of Arizona Wildcats basketball (Pac-12)
 
1971
Tucson
9,275
Consists of the Tucson Music Hall, Leo Rich Theater & Tucson Arena


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