Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes Video Book Group
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USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium Oklahoma City Oklahoma City 1987 7,300 Hosts the Women's College World Series & the World Cup of Softball; Located next to & operated by USA Softball (USAS)
Boone Pickens Stadium Oklahoma City Stillwater 1901 60,218 Home of Oklahoma State Cowboys football (Big 12)
Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark Oklahoma City Oklahoma City 1998 13,066 Home of the Oklahoma City Dodgers (Los Angeles Dodgers AAA affiliate); Hosts the Big 12 Baseball Tournament
Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium Oklahoma City Norman 1923 82,112 Home of Oklahoma Sooners football (Big 12)
Lloyd Noble Center Oklahoma City Norman 1975 11,528 Home of Oklahoma Sooners basketball (Big 12)
Oklahoma State Fair Arena Oklahoma City Oklahoma City 1965 10,944 Used primarily for rodeos, horse-shows & other equine events; Hosts sporting events & concerts
Chisholm Trail Expo Center Oklahoma City Enid 1998 8,000 Part of the 160-acre Garfield County Fairgrounds
Gallagher-Iba Arena Oklahoma City Stillwater 1938 13,611 Home of Oklahoma State Cowboys basketball & wrestling (Big 12)
Lazy E Arena Oklahoma City Guthrie 1984 6,000 Motor Sports, Pony Express Open Rodeo, Sooner Nationals BMX
Chesapeake Energy Arena Oklahoma City Oklahoma City 2002 20,817 Home of the Oklahoma City Thunder (NBA)
Cox Convention Center Oklahoma City Oklahoma City 1972 15,634 Home of the Oklahoma City Blue (NBA G-League)
David Allen Memorial Ballpark Oklahoma City Enid 1999 3,000 Home of NJCAA Division II World Series
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