Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes Video Book Group
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Greater Nevada Field Reno Tahoe Reno 2009 9,100 Home of the Reno Aces (Arizona Diamondbacks AAA affiliate)
Sam Boyd Stadium Las Vegas Whitney 1971 36,800 Home of UNLV Rebels football (MWC); Hosts USA Sevens annual rubgy tournament & the Maaco Bowl Las Vegas
Thomas & Mack Center Las Vegas Paradise 1983 18,776 Home of UNLV Runnin' Rebels basketball (MWC); Hosts the National Finals Rodeo
MGM Grand Arena Las Vegas Las Vegas 1999 17,157 Patterned after Madison Square Garden; Hosts large scale concerts & sporting events
Orleans Arena Las Vegas Paradise 2003 9,000 Home of the Las Vegas Wranglers (ECHL)
Fernley 95A Raceway Reno Tahoe Fernley 2003 5,000 Ten different track configurations
Spring Mountain Motor Resort & Country Club Las Vegas Pahrump 1990 5,000 Hosts the Spring Mountain Advanced Driving School, The Radical Racing School at Spring Mountain & the Lotus Performance Driving School
T-Mobile Arena Las Vegas Las Vegas 2016 20,000 Home of the Vegas Golden Knights (NHL), Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC)
Cashman Field Las Vegas Las Vegas 1983 12,500 Home of the Las Vegas 51s (New York Mets AAA affiliate)
National Bowling Stadium Reno Tahoe Reno 1995 7,000 Home of 78 championship bowling lanes; the world's longest video screen (440 feet); will host 2013 USBC Open Championships
Reno-Sparks Livestock Events Center Reno Tahoe Reno 1995 9,491 Home of prestigious equine, rodeo, motocross, monster truck events including Reno Rodeo, BMX Blackjack Nationals
Lawlor Events Center Reno Tahoe Reno 1983 11,536 Home of Nevada Wolf Pack basketball (MWC)
Mackay Stadium Reno Tahoe Reno 1966 29,993 Home of Nevada Wolf Pack football (MWC)
Las Vegas Motor Speedway Las Vegas Las Vegas 1996 142,000 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, NASCAR Xfinity Series, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, NHRA
Sports Complex at Golden Eagle Regional Park Reno Tahoe Sparks 2008 9,491 Home of 6 softball fields, 2 baseball fields, 2 youth baseball/softball fields, a stadium-size soccer field, 2 multi-purpose fields, 2 concession stands
Allegiant Stadium Las Vegas Paradise 2020 65,000 Future home of the Las Vegas Raiders (NFL), UNLV Rebels football (NCAA), Las Vegas Bowl, the Pac-12 Football Championship
Reno Events Center Reno Tahoe Reno 2005 7,500 Home of the Reno Bighorns (NBA D-League)
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