Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes Video Book Group
Ray Kroc Sports Complex Yuma Yuma 1970 26-acre multi-use sports & recreation center comprised of Ray Kroc Sports Complex, Desert Sun Stadium, and the Clubhouse Building
Chase Field Phoenix Phoenix 1998 48,686 Home of the Arizona Diamondbacks (MLB) and Cactus Bowl (Big 12 vs Pac-12)
Salt River Fields at Talking Stick Phoenix Scottsdale 2011 11,000 Spring training home of the Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies (MLB)
Arizona Stadium Tucson Tucson 1928 56,000 Home of Arizona Wildcats football (Big 12)
Mountain America Stadium / Frank Kush Field Phoenix Tempe 1958 76,000 Home of Arizona State Sun Devils football (Big 12)
Phoenix Municipal Stadium Phoenix Phoenix 1964 8,775 Home of Sun Devil baseball (Pac-12)
Hohokam Stadium Phoenix Mesa 1997 12,500 Spring training home of the Oakland Athletics (MLB)
Desert Financial Arena Phoenix Tempe 1974 14,198 Home of Arizona State Sun Devils basketball, gymnastics, volleyball & wrestling (Big 12)
McKale Center Tucson Tucson 1973 14,655 Home of Arizona Wildcats basketball (Big 12)
Peoria Sports Complex Phoenix Peoria 1994 12,882 Spring training home of the Seattle Mariners & San Diego Padres (MLB)
J. Lawrence Walkup Skydome Flagstaff Flagstaff 1977 14,420 Home of Northern Arizona Lumberjacks football & basketball (Big Sky)
Desert Diamond Arena Phoenix Glendale 2003 18,300 Home of Arizona Ridge Riders (PBR), Arizona Rattlers (IFL)
Camelback Ranch Phoenix Glendale 2009 13,500 Spring training home of the Los Angeles Dodgers & Chicago White Sox (MLB)
Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum Phoenix Phoenix 1965 14,870 Multi-purpose indoor arena; Hosts Arizona State Fair
Scottsdale Stadium Phoenix Scottsdale 1992 12,000 Spring training home of the San Francisco Giants (MLB); Cactus League Spring Training; Arizona Fall League
Surprise Stadium Phoenix Surprise 2002 10,500 Spring training home of the Kansas City Royals and Texas Rangers (MLB)
Kino Sports Complex Tucson Tucson 1998 11,500 155-acre sports venue featuring a professional baseball stadium, soccer fields, softball fields, basketball court
Footprint Center Phoenix Phoenix 1992 18,422 Home of the Phoenix Suns (NBA), Phoenix Mercury (WNBA)
Tempe Diablo Stadium Phoenix Tempe 1968 9,785 Spring training home of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (MLB) and Arizona Cactus League
Hi Corbett Field Phoenix Tucson 1927 9,500 Home of Arizona Wildcats baseball (Big 12)
Goodyear Ballpark Phoenix Goodyear 2009 10,000 Spring training home of the Cleveland Guardians & Cincinnati Reds (MLB)
Sloan Park Phoenix Mesa 2014 15,000 Spring training home of the Chicago Cubs (MLB)
Tucson Convention Center Tucson Tucson 1971 9,275 Consists of the Tucson Music Hall, Leo Rich Theater & Tucson Arena
American Family Fields of Phoenix Phoenix Phoenix 1998 7,000 Spring training home of the Milwaukee Brewers (MLB)
WestWorld of Scottsdale Phoenix Scottsdale 1987 5,000 Multi-purpose venue hosting car shows, sports expos and equestrian events
Phoenix Raceway Phoenix Avondale 1964 67,000 Sprint Cup, NASCAR Nationwide Series, NCWTS
State Farm Stadium Phoenix Glendale 2006 63,400 Home of the Arizona Cardinals (NFL) & the Fiesta Bowl; Part of the BCS National Championship and a member of the College Football Playoff; Host of Super Bowl LVII
Findlay Toyota Center Phoenix Prescott Valley 2006 5,100 Home of the Northern Arizona Wranglers (IFL); host of hockey, soccer, football, basketball tournaments, ice shows, rodeos and other sporting events
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