Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes Video Book Group
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Los Angeles Tennis Center Los Angeles Los Angeles 1984 5,800 Countrywide Classic; 1984 Olympics, ATP
Dodger Stadium Los Angeles Los Angeles 1962 56,000 Home of the Los Angeles Dodgers (MLB)
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles Los Angeles 1923 93,607 Home of Los Angeles Rams (NFL), USC Trojans football (Pac-12), 2028 Summer Olympic Games
Citizens Business Bank Arena Los Angeles Ontario 2008 11,000 Home of the Ontario Reign (AHL), Ontario Fury (MASL), Aqua Caliente Clippers of Ontario (G League Basketball), LA Temptation (Legends FL)
Galen Center Los Angeles Los Angeles 2006 10,258 Home of USC Trojans basketball (Pac-12)
Coussoulis Arena Los Angeles San Bernardino 1995 5,000 Home of Cal State San Bernardino Coyotes basketball (NCAA)
Bren Events Center Los Angeles Irvine 1987 5,608 Home of UC Irvine Anteaters basketball (Big West)
Auto Club Raceway at Pomona Los Angeles Pomona 1952 40,000 Home of the Circle K NHRA Winternationals and Auto Club NHRA├┐Finals
Irwindale Speedway Los Angeles Irwindale 1999 6,500 Host to Formula DRIFT events
Anaheim Convention Center Los Angeles Anaheim 1967 9,100 Largest convention center on the West Coast
Citrus Stadium Los Angeles Glendora 1963 10,000 Football & soccer field for Citrus College & Los Angeles Misioneros
Honda Center Los Angeles Anaheim 1993 18,900 Home of the Anaheim Ducks (NHL)
The Forum Los Angeles Inglewood 1967 18,000 Former home of the L.A. Lakers (NBA), L.A. Kings (NHL) & L.A. Sparks (WNBA); now owned by Madison Square Garden
Staples Center Los Angeles Los Angeles 2001 20,000 Home of the Los Angeles Kings (NHL), Los Angeles Lakers (NBA), Los Angeles Clippers (NBA), Los Angeles Sparks (WNBA), Los Angeles D-Fenders (NBA D-League)
Walter Pyramid Los Angeles Long Beach 1994 5,000 Home of Cal State Long Beach 49ers basketball & volleyball (Big West)
San Manuel Stadium Los Angeles San Bernardino 1996 5,000 Home of the Inland Empire 66ers of San Bernardino (Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Class A-Advanced affiliate); California State San Bernardino Coyotes baseball (NCAA)
Willow Springs International Raceway Los Angeles Rosamond 1953 5,000 California Point of Historical Interest
Rose Bowl Los Angeles Pasadena 1922 92,542 Home of UCLA Bruins football (Pac-12); Home of the Rose Bowl football game, Hosts the BCS National Championship game every 4th year; Hosted 5 Super Bowls
Auto Club Speedway Los Angeles Fontana 1997 91,200 Formerly California Speedway; NASCAR
Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center Los Angeles Long Beach 1962 13,609 Includes Long Beach Performing Arts Center, Long Beach Arena & Long Beach Convention Center
Angel Stadium Los Angeles Anaheim 1966 45,493 Home of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (MLB)
The Hangar Los Angeles Lancaster 1996 6,860 Home of the Lancaster JetHawks (Houston Astros Class A-Advanced affiliate)
Pete Lehr Field (The Diamond) Los Angeles Lake Elsinore 1994 7,866 Home of the Lake Elsinore Storm (San Diego Padres Class A-Advanced affiliate)
Titan Stadium Los Angeles Fullerton 1992 10,000 Home of Cal State Fullerton Titans soccer (Big Sky)
Epicenter Sports Complex Los Angeles Rancho Cucamonga 1993 6,588 Home of the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes (Los Angeles Dodgers A-Advanced affiliate)
SoFi Stadium Los Angeles Inglewood 2020 100,000 Home of Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers (NFL). Host of Super Bowl LVI, College Football National Championship Game (2023), the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the 2028 Olympic Games
Pauley Pavilion Los Angeles Los Angeles 1965 12,829 Home of UCLA Bruins basketball, gymnastics & volleyball (Pac-12)
StubHub Center Los Angeles Carson 2003 30,000 Home of the Los Angeles Chargers (NFL), Los Angeles Galaxy (MLS); USTA & USSF training centers and bicycle racing track
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