Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes Video Book Group
Lithia & Driveway Fields Medford Medford 2008 132-acres with 3 baseball fields, 7 softball fields, 5 football/soccer fields all with FieldTurf synthetic grass
PK Park Eugene Eugene 2010 4,000 Home of Eugene Emeralds (San Francisco Giants A affiliate)
Oregon State Fairgrounds & Expo Center Portland Salem 2004 5,000 Hosts concerts, sporting events & trade shows
Matthew Knight Arena Eugene Eugene 2011 12,369 Home of Oregon Ducks basketball (Big Ten)
Reser Stadium Eugene Corvallis 1953 45,674 Home of Oregon State Beavers football (Pac-12)
Gill Coliseum Eugene Corvallis 1949 9,604 Home of Oregon State Beavers basketball, gymnastics, volleyball & wrestling (Pac-12)
Providence Park Portland Portland 1926 18,627 Home of the Portland Timbers (MLS)
Portland International Raceway Portland Portland 1960 86,000 Road Racing, NASCAR K&N Pro Series West, Autocross, Oregon Bicycle Racing Association, Drag Strip and Motorcross
Rose Quarter Portland Portland 1960 19,980 Facilities include the Moda Center & Veterans Memorial Coliseum; Home of the Portland Trail Blazers (NBA) and Portland Winterhawks (WHL)
Chiles Center Portland Portland 1984 5,000 Home of University of Portland Pilots basketball & volleyball (WCC)
Deschutes County Fair & Expo Center Eugene Redmond 2000 7,500 3 conference centers, Hooker Creek Events Center, High Desert Activity Center, barn complex & 2 outdoor arenas
Gordon Faber Recreation Complex Portland Hillsboro 1999 7,600 Includes Hillsboro Stadium and a softball complex
Autzen Stadium Eugene Eugene 1967 53,800 Home of Oregon Ducks football (Big Ten)
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