Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes Video Book Group
Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium Oahu Honolulu 1998 1,200 Home of Hawai'i Rainbow Wahine softball (Big West)
Waipi'o Peninsula Soccer Complex Oahu Waipahu 2000 4,500 23 regulations fields including Waipi'o Peninsula Soccer Stadium - Home of Hawai'i Rainbow Wahine soccer (Big West)
Blaisdell Center Oahu Honolulu 1964 8,733 Multi-purpose complex composed of an arena, concert hall, conference rooms, galleria & exhibition hall
Les Murakami Stadium Oahu Honolulu 1984 4,312 Home of Hawai'i Rainbow Warriors baseball (Big West)
Play Sports Hawaii Oahu Kapolei 2009 Official NFL Youth Football Development Partner
Patsy T. Mink Central Oahu Regional Park Oahu Waipahu 2001 Home of Hawaii Pacific University Sharks tennis & Chaminade University Silversword softball
Lahaina Civic Center Maui Lahaina 1972 2,400 Multi-purpose sports & recreation facility; Hosts Maui Jim's Maui Invitational hosted by Chaminade University (basketball)
Aloha Stadium Oahu Honolulu 1975 50,000 Home of Hawai'i Rainbow Warriors football (WAC) & the Hawai'i Bowl (NCAA); Hosts Hawai'i high school football championships
Stan Sheriff Center Oahu Honolulu 1994 10,300 Home of Hawai'i Rainbow Warriors basketball & volleyball (Big West, MWC)
War Memorial Stadium Maui Wailuku 1969 23,000 Football, soccer, baseball/softball, tennis, track & field facilities
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