Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
Aspen Motorsports Park Aspen 1963 5,000 Highest altitude race track in the U.S.  
Broadmoor World Arena Colorado Springs 1997 9,000 Home of Colorado College Tigers hockey (WCHA)  
Falcon Stadium Colorado Springs 1962 52,480 Home of USAF Falcons football (MWC)  
Pikes Peak International Raceway Fountain 1997 40,000 Focused on participant motorsports events  
Pueblo Motorsports Park Pueblo 1975 5,000 Home of Thunder in the Rockies  
Security Service Field Colorado Springs 1988 8,500 Home of the Colorado Springs Sky Sox (Colorado Rockies AAA affiliate)  
1stBank Center Broomfield 2010 6,000 Formerly The Odeum Colorado & Broomfield Event Center  
Bandimere Speedway Morrison 1958 23,500 "Thunder Mountain"; Host of the NHRA Mile-High Nationals  
Budweiser Events Center Loveland 2003 7,200 Home of the Colorado Eagles (ECHL)  
Coors Field Denver 1995 50,490 Home of the Colorado Rockies (MLB)  
CU Events Center Boulder 1979 11,064 Home of CU Boulder Buffaloes basketball (Pac-12)  
Dick's Sporting Goods Park Commerce City 2007 19,680 Home of the Colorado Rapids (MLS)  
Folsom Field Boulder 1924 53,613 Home of Colorado Buffaloes football (Pac-12)  
Magness Arena Denver 1999 7,200 Home of Denver Pioneers basketball & hockey (The Summit League, NCHC)  
Moby Arena Fort Collins 1966 8,745 Home of Colorado State Rams basketball & volleyball (MWC)  
Nottingham Field Greeley 1995ž 8,500 Home of University of Northern Colorado Bears football, track & field (Big Sky)  
Pepsi Center Denver 1999 18,007 Home to Denver Nuggets (NBA), Colorado Avalanche (NHL), Colorado Mammoth (NLL)  
Sports Authority Field at Mile High Denver 2001 76,125 Home of the Denver Broncos (NFL) & the Denver Outlaws (lacrosse); Hosts the Rocky Mountain Showdown  
Cadet Field House USAF Academy 1968 6,002 Includes Clune Arena, ice hockey rink & indoor track; Home of the USAF Academy Falcons (AHA, ECAC, MPSF, MWC)  
Suplizio Field Grand Junction 1949 12,000 Home of Colorado Mesa University Mavericks baseball (NCAA) & Grand Junction Rockies (Colorado Rockies Rookie affiliate)