Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Ballparks of America Branson & Springfield Branson 2016 Youth baseball and softball complex featuring replicas of 5 classic ballparks
Arrowhead Stadium Kansas City Kansas City 1972 79,101 Home of the Kansas City Chiefs (NFL)
Chaifetz Arena St. Louis St. Louis 2008 10,600 Home of Saint Louis University Billikens basketball & volleyball (A-10)
Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field Columbia & Jefferson City Columbia 1926 71,004 Home of Missouri Tigers football (SEC)
Show Me Center Cape Girardeau Cape Giradeau 1987 6,972 Home of Southeast Missouri State Redhawks basketball (OVC)
Houck Stadium Cape Girardeau Cape Girardeau 1930 11,015 Home of Southeast Missouri State Redhawks football & soccer (OVC)
Mizzou Arena Columbia & Jefferson City Columbia 2004 15,061 Home of Missouri Tigers basketball (SEC)
Hearnes Center Columbia & Jefferson City Columbia 1972 13,611 Home of Missouri Tigers gymnastics, volleyball, wrestling and track & field (SEC)
Hale Arena at the American Royal Center Kansas City Kansas City 1992 5,000 Multi-purpose arena
Municipal Auditorium Kansas City Kansas City 1936 10,700 Multi-purpose facility consisting of The Arena, Exhibition Hall, Music Hall, Little Theatre
Sprint Center Kansas City Kansas City 2007 18,954 Multi-use indoor arena
Plaster Sports Complex Branson & Springfield Springfield 1941 17,500 Home of Missouri State Bears football, soccer, track & field, and field hockey (MVC, MAC)
JQH Arena Branson & Springfield Springfield 2008 11,000 Home of Missouri State Bears basketball (MVC)
Family Arena St. Louis St. Charles 1999 11,522 State of the art performance center hosting trade shows & conventions, sporting events, family events, concerts; Home of the St. Louis Ambush (MASL)
Hunter Stadium St. Louis St. Charles 1976 7,450 Home of Lindenwood Lions football, field hockey, lacrosse & soccer (NCAA)
Robert R. Hermann Stadium St. Louis St. Louis 1999 6,050 Home of Saint Louis Billikens soccer (A-10)
Silverstein Eye Centers Arena Kansas City Independence 2009 5,800 Home of the Kansas City Mavericks (ECHL affiliate of Calgary Flames & AHL's Stockton Heat); Home of the Kansas City Comets (MASL)
UCM Multipurpose Building Kansas City Warrensburg 1976 11,000 Home of Central Missouri Mules & Jennies basketball & volleyball (NCAA)
The Dome at America's Center St. Louis St. Louis 1995 66,965 Former home of the St. Louis Rams (NFL)
World Wide Technology Soccer Park St. Louis Fenton 1983 6,200 Home of the St. Louis Scott Gallagher Soccer Club
Enterprise Center St. Louis St. Louis 1994 22,000 Home of the St. Louis Blues (NHL)
Black River Coliseum Cape Girardeau Poplar Bluff 1999 5,000 Hosts concerts, bull riding, cage fights, family shows, trade shows, conferences, banquets & other events
Busch Stadium St. Louis St. Louis 2006 46,861 Home of the St. Louis Cardinals (MLB)
Kauffman Stadium Kansas City Kansas City 1973 39,000 Home of the Kansas City Royals (MLB)
Hammons Field Branson & Springfield Springfield 2004 10,500 Home of Missouri State Bears baseball (MVC), Home of the Springfield Cardinals (St. Louis Cardinals AA affiliate)
Hy-Vee Arena Kansas City Kansas City 1974 19,546 Training & tournament complex; Can host fashion shows, speaking engagements, graduations, team building, other corporate & social events
Craig Field at Spratt Memorial Stadium Kansas City St. Joseph 1979 10,000 Home of Missouri Western State University football & soccer (MIAA); Kansas City Chiefs summer training camp
Walton Stadium/Kennedy Field Kansas City Warrensburg 1928 12,000 Home of Central Missouri Mules football (NCAA)
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