Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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