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Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
Genesis Convention Center Gary 1981 7,000 Home of the Gary Splash (IBA)  
Allen County War Memorial Coliseum Fort Wayne 1952 13,000 Fort Wayne Komets (ECHL), Fort Wayne Mad Ants (NBA D-League), IPFW Mastodons basketball (Summit)  
Hefner Soccer Complex Fort Wayne 6,500 Home of the Fort Wayne Fever; 14 full-size soccer fields  
John E. Worthen Arena Muncie 1991 11,500 Home of Ball State Cardinals basketball & volleyball (MAC)  
Assembly Hall Bloomington 1971 17,456 Home of Indiana Hoosiers basketballž(Big 10)  
Bankers Life Fieldhouse Indianapolis 1999 18,165 Home of the Indiana Pacers (NBA) & Indiana Fever (WNBA)  
Butler Bowl Indianapolis 1928 7,500 Home of Butler Bulldogs football & soccer (PFL & A-10)  
Hinkle Fieldhouse Indianapolis 1928 10,000 A national historic landmark; Home of Butler University Bulldogs basketball (A-10)  
Hulman Center Terre Haute 1973 10,200 Home of Indiana State Sycamores basketball (MVC)  
Indiana Farmers Coliseum Indianapolis 1939 9,939 Scheduled to undergo major renovation & be out of commission from Nov 2012 thru July 2014  
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Indianapolis 1909 257,325 "The Racing Capital of the World;" Indianapolis 500, Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, IndyCar Series  
IU Michael A. Carroll Track & Soccer Stadium Indianapolis 1982 12,100 Home of Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Jaguars cross country & soccer (Summit)  
Kuntz Memorial Soccer Stadium Indianapolis 1987 6,800 A premier outdoor soccer facility and home of IUPUI Jaguars men's and women's soccer teams  
Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis Indianapolis 1960 30,000 NASCAR Nationwide Series, NCWTS, NHRA  
Lucas Oil Stadium Indianapolis 2008 63,000 Home of the Indianapolis Colts (NFL); Site of Super Bowl XLVI, Big Ten Football Championship (2011-2015), Permanent Back Up Host for NCAA Men s Final Four  
Mackey Arena West Lafayette 1967 14,240 Home of Purdue University Boilermakers basketball, volleyball & wrestling (Big Ten)  
Memorial Stadium Bloomington 1960 52,929 Home of Indiana Hoosiers football (Big Ten)  
Ross-Ade Stadium West Lafayette 1924 62,500 Home of Purdue Boilermakers football (Big Ten)  
Victory Field Indianapolis 1996 15,500 Home of the Indianapolis Indians (Pittsburgh Pirates AAA affiliate)  
Athletics-Recreation Center Valparaiso 1939 5,000 Home of Valparaiso Crusaders basketball & volleyball (Horizon)  
Brown Field Valparaiso 1919 5,000 Home of Valparaiso University Crusaders football (PFL)  
Compton Family Ice Arena Notre Dame 2011 5,022 Home of Notre Dame Fighting Irish ice hockey (HEA)  
Invaders Soccer Complex South Bend 2003 5,000 Home of Indiana Invaders soccer  
Joyce Center Notre Dame 1968 9,149 Home of Notre Dame Fighting Irish basketball & volleyball (ACC)  
Notre Dame Stadium Notre Dame 1930 80,795 Home of Notre Dame Fighting Irish football (NCAA)  
Ford Center Evansville 2011 11,000 Home of the Evansville IceMen (ECHL)