Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
ASA Hall of Fame Stadium Oklahoma City 1987 7,300 Hosts the Women's College World Series & the World Cup of Softball; Located next to & operated by the Amateur Softball Association  
Boone Pickens Stadium Stillwater 1901 60,218 Home of Oklahoma State Cowboys football (Big 12)  
Chesapeake Energy Arena Oklahoma City 2002 20,817 Home of the Oklahoma City Thunder (NBA)  
Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark Oklahoma City 1998 13,066 Home of the Oklahoma RedHawks (Houston Astros AAA affiliate); Hosts the Big 12 Baseball Tournament  
Chisholm Trail Coliseum Enid 1998 8,000 Part of the 160-acre Garfield County Fairgrounds  
Cox Convention Center Oklahoma City 1972 15,634 Home of the Oklahoma City Barons (AHL)  
Gallagher-Iba Arena Stillwater 1938 13,611 Home of Oklahoma State Cowboys basketball & wrestling (Big 12)  
Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium Norman 1923 82,112 Home of Oklahoma Sooners football (Big 12)  
Lazy E Arena Guthrie 1984 6,000 Motor Sports, Pony Express Open Rodeo, Sooner Nationals BMX  
Lloyd Noble Center Norman 1975 11,528 Home of Oklahoma Sooners basketball (Big 12)  
Oklahoma State Fair Arena Oklahoma City 1965 10,944 Used primarily for rodeos, horse-shows & other equine events; Hosts sporting events & concerts  
BOK Center Tulsa 2008 19,199 Home of the Tulsa Shock (WNBA)  
Chapman Stadium Tulsa 1930 35,542 Home of Tulsa Golden Hurricane football (American Athletic Conference)  
Claremore Expo Center Claremore 1999 5,000 Home of Rogers State University Hillcats basketball, Green Country Classic Ranch Rodeo, Bluegrass & Chili Festival, Rogers County Fair, and more  
Cox Business Center Tulsa 1964 8,900 Home of the Tulsa 66ers (NBA D-League)  
Drillers Stadium Tulsa 1981 10,997 Hosts baseball, monster truck rallies & concerts  
Hallett Motor Racing Circuit Jennings 1976 5,000 Hosts Competition Motor Sports Association (COMMA) events, Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) events, motorcycle & go-kart races  
Mabee Center Tulsa 1972 11,300 Home of Oral Roberts University Golden Eagles basketball (Southland)  
ONEOK Field Tulsa 2010 7,833 Home of the Tulsa Drillers (Colorado Rockies AA affiliate)  
Reynolds Center Tulsa 1998 8,355 Home of University of Tulsa Golden Hurricanes basketball & volleyball (American Athletic Conference)