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Lincoln Sports Venues
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CITY CAPACITY NOTES
 
1976
Lincoln
12,595
Home of Nebraska Cornhuskers basketball, gymnastics, swimming, track & field (Big Ten)
 
2001
Lincoln
8,500
Home of Nebraska Cornhuskers baseball (Big Ten)
 
1990
Kearney
6,000
Home of U Nebraska Kearney Lopers basketball & volleyball (NCAA)
 
2006
Grand Island
7,500
Venue for conventions, conferences, tradeshows, concerts, banquets, sports & other events; Consists of Bosselman Conference Center & Eihusen Arena
 
McCool Junction
12,000
NASCAR, *8000 seats to be built
 
1923
Lincoln
86,304
Home of Nebraska Cornhuskers football (Big Ten)
 
2000
Kearney
5,000
Facilities for arena football, basketball & hockey; Formerly known as Tri-City Arena, FirsTier Event Center & Kearney Events Center
Omaha Sports Venues
Cheyenne | Lincoln | Omaha | Sioux City | Index
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CITY CAPACITY NOTES
 
2003
Omaha
18,300
Home of U Nebraska Omaha Mavericks hockey (WCHA) & Creighton University Blujays basketball (MVC)
 
1963
Bennington
8,500
World of Outlaws, IMCA Modifieds
 
2004
Omaha
7,500
Home of Creighton Bluejays soccer (MVC)
 
1954
Omaha
10,960
Consists of an arena, music hall, exhibit hall & Mancuso Hall
 
2011
Omaha
35,000
Home of the NCAA College World Series; Home of Creighton University Bluejays baseball (MCV)


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