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Bakersfield Sports Venues
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1967
Bakersfield
10,400
Home of the Bakersfield Condors (ECHL)
Fresno Sports Venues
Bakersfield | Eureka | Fresno | Las Vegas | Los Angeles | Modesto | Monterey | Oakland | Palm Springs | Redding | Reno & Tahoe
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1980
Fresno
41,031
Home of Fresno State Bulldogs football (MWC)
 
2002
Fresno
12,500
Home of the Fresno Grizzlies (San Francisco Giants AAA affiliate)
 
1926
Fresno
13,000
Home of Fresno City College Rams
 
2003
Fresno
16,182
Home of Fresno State Bulldogs basketball (MWC)
 
1966
Fresno
11,300
Largest general admission floor in California; Part of Fresno Convention & Entertainment Center
Los Angeles Sports Venues
Bakersfield | Eureka | Fresno | Las Vegas | Los Angeles | Modesto | Monterey | Oakland | Palm Springs | Redding | Reno & Tahoe
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1967
Anaheim
9,100
Largest convention center on the West Coast
 
1966
Anaheim
45,050
Home of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (MLB)
 
1997
Fontana
91,200
Formerly California Speedway; NASCAR
 
1997
Fontana
91,200
Sprint Cup, NASCAR Nationwide Series, NCWTS
 
1987
Irvine
5,608
Home of UC Irvine Anteaters basketball (Big West)
 
2008
Ontario
11,000
Home of the Ontario Reign (ECHL)
 
1963
Glendora
10,000
Football & soccer field for Citrus College & Los Angeles Misioneros
 
1995
San Bernardino
5,000
Home of Cal State San Bernardino Coyotes basketball (NCAA)
 
1962
Los Angeles
56,000
Home of the Los Angeles Dodgers (MLB)
 
1922
Pomona
10,000
Home to the L.A. County Fair - largest county fair in the world
 
2006
Los Angeles
10,258
Home of USC Trojans basketball (Pac-12)
 
1993
Anaheim
18,325
Home of the Anaheim Ducks (NHL)
 
1994
Lake Elsinore
7,866
Home of the Lake Elsinore Storm (San Diego Padres Class A-Advanced affiliate)
 
1962
Long Beach
13,609
Includes Long Beach Performing Arts Center, Long Beach Arena & Long Beach Convention Center
 
1923
Los Angeles
93,607
Home of USC Trojans football (Pac-12)
 
1984
Los Angeles
5,800
Countrywide Classic; 1984 Olympics, ATP
 
1965
Los Angeles
12,829
Home of UCLA Bruins basketball, gymnastics & volleyball (Pac-12)
 
1922
Pasadena
92,542
Home of UCLA Bruins football (Pac-12); Home of the Rose Bowl football game, Hosts the BCS National Championship game every 4th year; Hosted 5 Super Bowls
 
1996
San Bernardino
5,000
Home of the Inland Empire 66ers of San Bernardino (Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Class A-Advanced affiliate); California State San Bernardino Coyotes baseball (NCAA)
 
2001
Los Angeles
20,000
Home of the Los Angeles Kings (NHL), Los Angeles Lakers (NBA), Los Angeles Clippers (NBA), Los Angeles Sparks (WNBA), Los Angeles D-Fenders (NBA D-League)
 
1993
Rancho Cucamonga
6,588
Home of the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes (Los Angeles Dodgers A-Advanced affiliate)
 
1967
Inglewood
18,000
Former home of the L.A. Lakers (NBA), L.A. Kings (NHL) & L.A. Sparks (WNBA); now owned by Madison Square Garden
 
1996
Lancaster
6,860
Home of the Lancaster JetHawks (Houston Astros Class A-Advanced affiliate)
 
2003
Carson
27,000
Home of the Los Angeles Galaxy (MLS), Adidas Running Club, & Chivas USA (MLS); Hosts the California state high school football championships
 
1992
Fullerton
10,000
Home of Cal State Fullerton Titans soccer (Big West)
 
1999
Irwindale
6,500
Host to Formula DRIFT events
 
1994
Long Beach
5,000
Home of Cal State Long Beach 49ers basketball & volleyball (Big West)
Modesto Sports Venues
Bakersfield | Eureka | Fresno | Las Vegas | Los Angeles | Modesto | Monterey | Oakland | Palm Springs | Redding | Reno & Tahoe
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1981
Stockton
6,150
Home of University of the Pacific Tigers basketball & volleyball (Big West)
 
2005
Stockton
5,300
Home of the Stockton Ports (Oakland A's Class A-Advanced affiliate)
 
1950
Stockton
28,000
Home of University of the Pacific Tigers soccer (Big West)
 
2005
Stockton
11,800
Home of the Stockton Thunder (ECHL)
Monterey Sports Venues
Bakersfield | Eureka | Fresno | Las Vegas | Los Angeles | Modesto | Monterey | Oakland | Palm Springs | Redding | Reno & Tahoe
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Salinas
50,000
Trackview Pavilion (Red Bull Energy Center), Sea Otter Classic Cycling Event
 
1957
Salinas
150,000
MotoGP, ALMS, AMA
Oakland Sports Venues
Bakersfield | Eureka | Fresno | Las Vegas | Los Angeles | Modesto | Monterey | Oakland | Palm Springs | Redding | Reno & Tahoe
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1923
Berkeley
62,717
Home of California Golden Bears football (Pac-12)
 
1932
Berkeley
22,000
Home of California Golden Bears soccer and track & field (Pac-12)
 
1933
Berkeley
11,877
Home of UC Berkeley Golden Bears basketball, gymnastics & volleyball (Pac-12)
 
1966
Oakland
63,026
Home of the Oakland Raiders (NFL)
 
1967
Hayward
5,000
Home of Cal State East Bay Pioneers basketball (NCAA)
Palm Springs Sports Venues
Bakersfield | Eureka | Fresno | Las Vegas | Los Angeles | Modesto | Monterey | Oakland | Palm Springs | Redding | Reno & Tahoe
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2000
Indian Wells
16,100
Indian Wells Masters, ATP, WTA, BNP Paribas Open
Sacramento Sports Venues
Bakersfield | Eureka | Fresno | Las Vegas | Los Angeles | Modesto | Monterey | Oakland | Palm Springs | Redding | Reno & Tahoe
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2007
Davis
10,743
Home of UC Davis Aggiesžfootball & lacrosse (Big Sky, Big West)
 
1988
Sacramento
17,317
Home of the Sacramento Kings (NBA)
 
2000
West Sacramento
14,011
Professional sports venue - baseball & football
 
1927
Sacramento
6,500
Sacramento Convention Center, Community Center Theatre, Memorial Auditorium, & Jean Runyon Little Theater
 
1949
Davis
10,111
Home of UC Davis Aggies track & field (Big West)
San Diego Sports Venues
Bakersfield | Eureka | Fresno | Las Vegas | Los Angeles | Modesto | Monterey | Oakland | Palm Springs | Redding | Reno & Tahoe
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San Diego
42,445
Home of the San Diego Padres (MLB)
 
1967
San Diego
70,561
Home of the San Diego Chargers (NFL), San Diego State Aztecs football (MWC), the Holiday Bowl, and the Poinsettia Bowl
 
1966
San Diego
16,000
Arena football, hockey, basketball, tennis, MMA, concerts
 
1997
San Diego
12,845
Home of San Diego State Aztecs basketball (NCAA)
San Francisco Sports Venues
Bakersfield | Eureka | Fresno | Las Vegas | Los Angeles | Modesto | Monterey | Oakland | Palm Springs | Redding | Reno & Tahoe
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San Francisco
41,915
Home of the San Francisco Giants (MLB)
 
1915
San Francisco
7,000
1974 Davis Cup final
 
1951
San Francisco
6,000
Multi-purpose athletic field for football, rugby, soccer
 
1925
San Francisco
9,044
Multi-purpose athletic field - football, lacrosse, soccer
 
2014
Santa Clara
75,000
Home of the San Francisco 49ers (NFL)
 
1941
Daly City
12,953
Home of the San Francisco Bulls (ECHL)
San Jose Sports Venues
Bakersfield | Eureka | Fresno | Las Vegas | Los Angeles | Modesto | Monterey | Oakland | Palm Springs | Redding | Reno & Tahoe
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1962
Santa Clara
10,300
Home of the San Jose Earthquakes (MLS) & Santa Clara Broncos soccer (WCC)
 
1969
Stanford
7,329
Home of Stanford University Cardinals basketball (Pac-12). Routinely hosts NCAA championship events.
 
1993
San Jose
20,000
Home of the San Jose Sharks (NHL) & San Jose SaberCats (AFL)
 
1933
San Jose
30,456
Home of San Jose State Spartans football (WAC)
 
1921
Stanford
50,000
Home of Stanford Cardinals football (Pac-12)
 
1989
San Jose
5,000
Home of San Jose State Spartans basketball (WAC)
San Luis Obispo Sports Venues
Bakersfield | Eureka | Fresno | Las Vegas | Los Angeles | Modesto | Monterey | Oakland | Palm Springs | Redding | Reno & Tahoe
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1935
San Luis Obispo
11,075
Home of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Mustangs football & soccer (Big Sky)
Santa Barbara Sports Venues
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1966
Santa Barbara
17,000
Home of University of California at Santa Barbara Gauchos soccer (Big West)
 
1979
Santa Barbara
6,000
"The Thunderdome"; Home of UC Santa Barbara Gauchos basketball (Big West)
Santa Rosa, Sonoma & Napa Valley Sports Venues
Bakersfield | Eureka | Fresno | Las Vegas | Los Angeles | Modesto | Monterey | Oakland | Palm Springs | Redding | Reno & Tahoe
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1968
Sonoma
102,000
NASCAR road course


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