Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes Video Book Group
Hancock Whitney Stadium Mobile Mobile 2020 25,450 Home of South Alabama Jaguars football (Sun Belt) and the Senior Bowl
Seibert Stadium Birmingham Homewood 1958 6,700 Home of Samford Bulldogs football (SoCon)
Talladega Superspeedway Birmingham Talladega 1969 175,000 NASCAR Cup Series, NASCAR Truck Series, ARCA Racing
Birmingham CrossPlex Birmingham Birmingham 1980 6,000 State-of-the-art multi-sport venue
Garrett Coliseum Montgomery Montgomery 1953 10,500 Home of the Alabama National Fair and Southeastern Livestock Exposition Rodeo & Livestock Week
Bartow Arena Birmingham Birmingham 1988 8,508 Home of UAB Blazers basketball & volleyball (C-USA)
Ladd-Peebles Sports & Entertainment Complex Mobile Mobile 1948 33,471 Home of the LendingTree Bowl
Albert J. Sloan-Alumni Stadium Birmingham Fairfield 2003 8,500 Home of Miles College Golden Bears football (NCAA)
Veterans Memorial Stadium Montgomery Troy 1950 30,000 Home of Troy University Trojans football (Sun Belt)
Louis Crews Stadium Huntsville Huntsville 1996 21,000 Home of Alabama A&M Bulldogs football (SWAC)
Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex Birmingham Birmingham 1976 18,997 Includes the 18,000-seat Legacy Arena; 220,000 square feet of exhibit space
Barber Motorsports Park Birmingham Birmingham 2003 15,000 IndyCar Series, Grand-Am, AMA; Home of the Porsche Driving School and the Kevin Schwantz Motorcycle School
Houston County Farm Center Montgomery Dothan 1967 5,000 Conference center, 6 livestock barns, 2 exhibit buildings and a full hook-up RV site
James Center Arena Montgomery Tuskegee 1987 5,000 Home of Tuskegee University Tigers basketball (NCAA)
Abbott Memorial Alumni Stadium Montgomery Tuskegee 1925 10,000 Home of Tuskegee University Tigers football (NCAA)
Riverwalk Stadium Montgomery Montgomery 2004 7,000 Home of the Montgomery Biscuits (Tampa Bay Rays AA affiliate)
Milton Frank Stadium Huntsville Huntsville 1962 12,000 Multi-purpose stadium hosting Huntsville city schools' football & soccer
Mitchell Center Mobile Mobile 1998 10,041 Home of South Alabama Jaguars basketball (Sun Belt)
Burgess-Snow Field at JSU Stadium Birmingham Jacksonville 1947 24,000 Home of Jacksonville State Gamecocks football (C-USA)
Dunn-Oliver Acadome Montgomery Montgomery 1992 7,400 Home of Alabama State Hornets basketball (SWAC)
Coleman Coliseum Birmingham Tuscaloosa 1968 15,316 Home of Alabama Crimson Tide basketball & gymnastics (SEC)
Jordan-Hare Stadium Birmingham Auburn 1939 88,043 Home of Auburn Tigers football (SEC)
Regions Field Birmingham Hoover 1988 10,800 Home of the Birmingham Barons (Chicago White Sox AA affiliate)
Pelham Civic Complex Birmingham Pelham 1998 5,000 Home of Birmingham Bulls hockey (SPHL); Pelham Youth Hockey League; Banquets & other events
Sand Mountain Park & Amphitheater Huntsville Albertville 2021 7,500 16 tennis courts, 14 outdoor turf fields, indoor basketball & volleyball hardwood courts, amphitheater, 8-lane indoor competition pool, outdoor water park, playgrounds, RV park
Von Braun Center Huntsville Huntsville 1975 13,000 Home of UAH Chargers hockey (NCAA)
Boutwell Municipal Auditorium Birmingham Birmingham 1924 5,000 Adjoined by the Birmingham Museum of Art
Mobile Civic Center Mobile Mobile 1964 10,000 Multi-purpose facility consisting of a theater, expo hall & arena
Bryant-Denny Stadium Birmingham Tuscaloosa 1929 100,077 Home of Alabama Crimson Tide football (SEC)
Neville Arena Birmingham Auburn 2010 9,121 Home of Auburn Tigers basketball & gymnastics (SEC)
Legion Field Birmingham Birmingham 1927 71,594 Hosts the Magic City Classic
Orange Beach Sportsplex Mobile Orange Beach 2001 1,500 Multi-purpose facility for Youth Baseball, Basketball, Football, Sand Volleyball, Soccer, and Softball.
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