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Chicago Sports Venues
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1981
Gary
7,000
Home of the Gary Splash (IBA)
Fort Wayne Sports Venues
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1952
Fort Wayne
13,000
Fort Wayne Komets (ECHL), Fort Wayne Mad Ants (NBA D-League), IPFW Mastodons basketball (Summit)
 
Fort Wayne
6,500
Home of the Fort Wayne Fever; 14 full-size soccer fields
 
1991
Muncie
11,500
Home of Ball State Cardinals basketball & volleyball (MAC)
Indianapolis Sports Venues
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1971
Bloomington
17,456
Home of Indiana Hoosiers basketballž(Big 10)
 
1999
Indianapolis
18,165
Home of the Indiana Pacers (NBA) & Indiana Fever (WNBA)
 
1928
Indianapolis
7,500
Home of Butler Bulldogs football & soccer (PFL & A-10)
 
1928
Indianapolis
10,000
A national historic landmark; Home of Butler University Bulldogs basketball (A-10)
 
1973
Terre Haute
10,200
Home of Indiana State Sycamores basketball (MVC)
 
1939
Indianapolis
9,939
Scheduled to undergo major renovation & be out of commission from Nov 2012 thru July 2014
 
1909
Indianapolis
257,325
IndyCar Series, Sprint Cup
 
1982
Indianapolis
12,100
Home of Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Jaguars cross country & soccer (Summit)
 
1987
Indianapolis
6,800
A premier outdoor soccer facility and home of IUPUI Jaguars men's and women's soccer teams
 
1960
Indianapolis
30,000
NASCAR Nationwide Series, NCWTS, NHRA
 
2008
Indianapolis
67,000
Home of the Indianapolis Colts (NFL); Site of Super Bowl XLVI, Big Ten Football Championship (2011-2015), NCAA Men s Final Four (2015)
 
1967
West Lafayette
14,240
Home of Purdue University Boilermakers basketball, volleyball & wrestling (Big Ten)
 
1960
Bloomington
52,929
Home of Indiana Hoosiers football (Big Ten)
 
1924
West Lafayette
62,500
Home of Purdue Boilermakers football (Big Ten)
 
1996
Indianapolis
15,500
Home of the Indianapolis Indians (Pittsburgh Pirates AAA affiliate)
South Bend Sports Venues
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1939
Valparaiso
5,000
Home of Valparaiso Crusaders basketball & volleyball (Horizon)
 
1919
Valparaiso
5,000
Home of Valparaiso University Crusaders football (PFL)
 
2011
Notre Dame
5,022
Home of Notre Dame Fighting Irish ice hockey (HEA)
 
2003
South Bend
5,000
Home of Indiana Invaders soccer
 
1968
Notre Dame
9,149
Home of Notre Dame Fighting Irish basketball & volleyball (ACC)
 
1930
Notre Dame
80,795
Home of Notre Dame Fighting Irish football (NCAA)
Western & South Central KY; Southwest IN Sports Venues
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2011
Evansville
11,000
Home of the Evansville IceMen (ECHL)


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