Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
War Memorial Stadium Little Rock, Ouachitas & Timberlands Little Rock 1948 54,120 Home of AR High School Football Championship & the Delta Classic; hosts football games of 4 state colleges
Bank of the Ozarks Arena Little Rock, Ouachitas & Timberlands Hot Springs 2003 6,300 Hosts the Sun Belt Men's Basketball Tournament
Farris Center Little Rock, Ouachitas & Timberlands Conway 1972 6,000 Home to Central Arkansas Bears basketball (Southland)
Dickey-Stephens Park Little Rock, Ouachitas & Timberlands North Little Rock 2007 5,800 Home of the Arkansas Travelers (Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim AA affiliate)
Barton Coliseum Little Rock, Ouachitas & Timberlands Little Rock 1952 10,000 Multi-purpose arena located on the Arkansas State Fairgrounds
Estes Stadium Little Rock, Ouachitas & Timberlands Conway 1939 8,035 Home of Central Arkansas Bears football (Southland)
Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium Northwest & Ozarks Fayetteville 1938 80,000 Home of Arkansas Razorbacks football (SEC)
Centennial Bank Stadium Memphis & Delta Jonesboro 1974 30,964 Home of Arkansas State Red Wolves football (SBC)
Bud Walton Arena Northwest & Ozarks Fayetteville 1993 19,368 Home of Arkansas Razorbacks basketball (SEC)
Tiger Athletic Complex Northwest & Ozarks Bentonville 2005 6,000 Features a college-like├┐stadium, indoor practice facility, state-of-the-art locker and meeting facilities
Four States Arena Little Rock, Ouachitas & Timberlands Texarkana 1985 5,600 Host of the Four States Fair & Mistletoe Fair
Barnhill Arena Northwest & Ozarks Fayetteville 1954 10,000 Home of Arkansas Razorbacks/Ladybacks gymnastics & volleyball (SEC)
Golden Lion Stadium Little Rock, Ouachitas & Timberlands Pine Bluff 2000 16,000 Home of UA Pine Bluff Golden Lions football (SWAC)
First National Bank Arena Memphis & Delta Jonesboro 1987 11,704 Home of Arkansas State Red Wolves basketball (SBC)
Jack Stephens Center Little Rock, Ouachitas & Timberlands Little Rock 2005 5,600 Home of UA Little Rock Trojans basketball (SBC)
Verizon Arena Little Rock, Ouachitas & Timberlands North Little Rock 1999 46,000 Rodeos, auto racing and professional wrestling
Pine Bluff Convention Center Little Rock, Ouachitas & Timberlands Pine Bluff 1976 5,000 Consists of an arena, banquet hall & theater
Baum Stadium at George Cole Field Northwest & Ozarks Fayetteville 1996 10,737 Home of Arkansas Razorbacks baseball (SEC)
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