Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes Video Book Group
Worthington Arena Bozeman Bozeman 1956 6,772 Home of Montana State University Bobcats basketball (Big Sky)
Washington-Grizzly Stadium Missoula Missoula 1986 25,217 Home of University of Montana Grizzlies football (Big Sky)
Dahlberg Arena Missoula Missoula 1953 7,321 Home of University of Montana Grizzlies basketball (Big Sky)
Montana ExpoPark Great Falls Great Falls 1979 6,165 Home of Montana State Fair & Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals; 133 acres, 18 buildings, 3 lawn areas, grandstands, race track, extended barns with horse stalls, RV camping; Hosts trade shows, conferences, weddings, rallies, equine events, rodeos, agriculture, livestock events
Glacier Ice Rink Missoula Missoula 1996 1,000 Offers youth & adult hockey leagues & tournaments, public skating; Home of Missoula Figure Skating Club, Missoula Curling Club, Women's Hockey Association of Missoula
Big Sky Speedway Billings Shepherd 2002 5,000 Street stock, Super stock, Late models, Mods, World of Outlaws
Elks Tennis Center Billings Billings 2012 Recreational & competitive tennis programs & lessons for all levels of play
Bobcat Stadium Bozeman Bozeman 1973 17,000 Home of Montana State University Bobcats football (Big Sky)
Butte Civic Center Bozeman Butte 1952 7,000 Hosts sporting events, concerts & political events
MetraPark Billings Billings 1975 12,000 Entertainment & trade center consisting of First Interstate Arena, Montana Pavilion, Expo Center, Grandstands, Arena Half House & other meeting rooms
Ogren Park at Allegiance Field Missoula Missoula 2004 3,500 Home of the Missoula PaddleHeads (Pioneer League)
Butte Community Ice Rink Bozeman Butte 2001 700 Home of Copper City Kings & Butte Cobras Junior Hockey, Butte Figure Skating Club, Butte Curling Club; Hosts state hockey tournaments, adult hockey & figure skating
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