Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
Allstate Arena Chicago Rosemont 1979 18,500 Home of the Chicago Rush (AFL), DePaul Blue Devils basketball (Big East), Chicago Wolves (AHL), Chicago Sky (WNBA)
Ryan Field Chicago Evanston 1926 47,130 Home of Northwestern Wildcats football (Big Ten)
Chicagoland Speedway Chicago Joliet 2001 75,000 Sprint Cup, NASCAR XFINITY Series, ARCA, NCWTS
Route 66 Raceway Chicago Joliet 1998 30,000 NHRA
Guaranteed Rate Field Chicago Chicago 1991 40,615 Home of the Chicago White Sox (MLB)
Peoria Civic Center Peoria Peoria 1982 12,248 Home of Bradley University Braves basketball (MVC), Peoria Rivermen (AHL), Illinois High School Association boys' basketball state finals
Soldier Field Chicago Chicago 2003 61,500 Home of the Chicago Bears (NFL)
Huskie Stadium Rockford DeKalb 1965 24,000 Home of Northern Illinois Huskies football (MAC)
United Center Chicago Chicago 1994 23,500 Home of the Chicago Blackhawks (NHL), Chicago Bulls (NBA)
UIC Pavilion Chicago Chicago 1982 6,958 Home of U of I Chicago Flames basketball (Horizon)
Toyota Park Chicago Bridgeview 2006 20,000 Home of the Chicago Fire (MLS)
Memorial Stadium Springfield Champaign 1923 60,670 Home of Illinois Fighting Illini football (Big Ten)
Bank of Springfield Center Springfield Springfield 1979 8,900 Concerts, tradeshows, football, ice shows, rodeos & more
NIU Convocation Center Rockford DeKalb 2002 10,000 Home of Northern Illinois Huskies basketball, gymnastics, track and field, volleyball & wrestling (MAC)
Sears Centre Arena Chicago Hoffman Estates 2006 11,000 Multi-purpose venue
State Farm Center Springfield Champaign 1963 16,618 Home of Illinois Fighting Illini basketball (Big 10)
Redbird Arena Peoria Normal 1989 10,200 Home of Illinois State Redbirds basketball & volleyball (MVC)
Welsh-Ryan Arena Chicago Evanston 1952 8,117 Home of Northwestern Wildcats basketball, volleyball & wrestling (Big Ten)
Hanson Field Peoria Macomb 1950 16,368 Home of Western Illinois Fighting Leathernecks football (MVC)
O'Brien Field Springfield Charleston 1970 10,000 Home of Eastern Illinois Panthers football, track & field (OVC)
Illinois State Fairgrounds Racetrack Springfield Springfield 1894 5,000 ARCA RE/MAX Series, Allen Crowe Memorial 100, USAC Silver Crown Series, A.M.A. Grand National Championship
BMO Harris Bank Center Rockford Rockford 1981 10,000 Home of the Rockford IceHogs (AHL)
Macon Speedway Springfield Macon 1946 5,000 Illinois Street Stock Championship
Rockford Speedway Rockford Loves Park 1948 5,000 Hosts the Spring Classic, ALl-Star 100, Bahama Bracket Nationals, and the National Short Track Championship
Grossinger Motors Arena Peoria Bloomington 2006 7,000 Home of Bloomington Edge Football (IFL), Central Illinois Flying Aces Hockey (USHL), Bloomington Flex Basketball (MPBA)
Wrigley Field Chicago Chicago 1914 41,160 Home of the Chicago Cubs (MLB)
Gateway Motorsports Park St. Louis Madison 1996 78,000
TaxSlayer Center Quad Cities - Bettendorf, Davenport, Moline & Rock Island Moline 1993 12,000 Multi-purpose arena that is home to Quad City Mallards (ECHL) minor league hockey and the Quad City Steamwheelers Champions Indoor Football
Hancock Stadium Peoria Normal 1963 13,391 Home of Illinois State Redbirds football (MVC)
Schaumburg Boomers Stadium Chicago Schaumburg 1999 7,365 Home of Roosevelt University Lakers baseball (NAIA); Formerly Alexian Field
Saluki Stadium St. Louis Carbondale 2010 15,000 Home of Southern Illinois Salukis football (MVC)
SIU Arena St. Louis Carbondale 1964 8,339 Home of Southern Illinois Salukis basketball (MVC)
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