Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
Greater Nevada Field Reno & Tahoe Reno 2009 9,100 Home of the Reno Aces (Arizona Diamondbacks AAA affiliate)
Fernley 95A Raceway Reno & Tahoe Fernley 2003 5,000 Ten different track configurations
National Bowling Stadium Reno & Tahoe Reno 1995 7,000 Home of 78 championship bowling lanes; the world's longest video screen (440 feet); will host 2013 USBC Open Championships
Reno-Sparks Livestock Events Center Reno & Tahoe Reno 1995 9,491 Home of prestigious equine, rodeo, motocross, monster truck events including Reno Rodeo, BMX Blackjack Nationals
Reno Events Center Reno & Tahoe Reno 2005 7,500 Home of the Reno Bighorns (NBA D-League)
Lawlor Events Center Reno & Tahoe Reno 1983 11,536 Home of Nevada Wolf Pack basketball (MWC)
Mackay Stadium Reno & Tahoe Reno 1966 29,993 Home of Nevada Wolf Pack football (MWC)
Sports Complex at Golden Eagle Regional Park Reno & Tahoe Sparks 2008 9,491 Home of 6 softball fields, 2 baseball fields, 2 youth baseball/softball fields, a stadium-size soccer field, 2 multi-purpose fields, 2 concession stands
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