Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
Kansas Expocentre Kansas City Topeka 1987 10,000 Includes Landon Arena, an exhibition hall, trade shows building, Domer Arena & a livestock/horse arena
University of Kansas Memorial Stadium Kansas City Lawrence 1921 50,071 Home of Kansas Jayhawks football (Big 12)
Bill Snyder Family Stadium Kansas City Manhattan 1968 52,200 Home of Kansas State Wildcats football (Big 12)
Bramlage Coliseum Kansas City Manhattan 1988 12,528 Home of Kansas State Wildcats basketball (Big 12)
Children's Mercy Park Kansas City Kansas City 2011 18,500 Home of the Sporting Kansas City (MLS)
Memorial Stadium Kansas City Manhattan 1922 20,000 Home of Kansas Statue Wildcats lacrosse, rugby, & soccer (big 12)
Kansas Speedway Kansas City Kansas City 2001 81,687 Sprint Cup, NASCAR Nationwide Series, NCWTS
Allen Fieldhouse Kansas City Lawrence 1955 16,300 Home of the Kansas Jayhawks basketball (Big 12)
INTRUST Bank Arena Wichita Wichita 2010 15,000 Home of the Wichita Thunder (ECHL) and Wichita Force of Champions Indoor Football; sports & entertainment arena
Cessna Stadium Wichita Wichita 1969 24,000 Home of Wichita State Shockers track & field and soccer (American Athletic Conference)
Hutchinson Sports Arena Wichita Hutchinson 1952 7,500 Home of Hutchinson Community College basketball; Host of the NJCAA basketball championship tournament
Tony's Pizza Events Center Wichita Salina 1979 7,583 Hosts Kansas state high school volleyball tournaments, basketball tournaments & wrestling tournament
Century II Convention Hall Wichita Wichita 1969 5,244 Home of the Wichita Symphony Orchestra, Music Theatre of Wichita, Wichita Grand Opera & Music Theatre for Young People
Charles Koch Arena Wichita Wichita 1955 10,506 Home of Wichita State Shockers basketball & volleyball (American Athletic Conference)
Hartman Arena Wichita Wichita 2008 6,500 Multi-purpose arena
Adair-Austin Stadium Wichita Wichita 1998 5,000 Home of Friends University Falcons football, soccer, track & field (NAIA)
Gross Memorial Coliseum Wichita Hays 1973 6,814 Home of Fort Hays State Tigers basketball & volleyball (NCAA); Hosts the Kansas state high school basketball, volleyball & wrestling championships
Heartland Motorsports Park Kansas City Topeka 1989 5,000 Includes a road-race course with 4 configurations, a 3/8-mile clay oval, an off-road course & a 1/4-mile drag strip
T-Bones Ballpark Kansas City Kansas City 2003 10,385 Home of Kansas City T-Bones baseball and Kansas City Kansas Community College Blue Devils baseball
John Lance Arena Kansas City Pittsburg 1971 6,500 Home of Pittsburg State (Pitt) Gorillas basketball (NCAA)
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