Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes Video Book Group
Rocky Top Sports World Knoxville & Smokys Gatlinburg 2014 5,000 Basketball, volleyball, wrestling, gymnastics, climbing wall, soccer, football, lacrosse, ultimate frisbee
The Ripken Experience Pigeon Forge Knoxville & Smokys Pigeon Forge 2016 6,000 6 Lighted Synthetic Turf Baseball Fields
The Ballpark at Jackson Memphis Jackson 1998 6,000 Home of the Jackson Generals (Arizona Diamondbacks AA affiliate)
Memphis International Raceway Memphis Millington 1986 35,000 IHRA, ARCA races
Thompson-Boling Arena Knoxville & Smokys Knoxville 1987 21,678 Home of Tennessee Volunteers & Lady Vols basketball & volleyball (SEC)
Neyland Stadium Knoxville & Smokys Knoxville 1921 102,038 Home of Tennessee Volunteers football (SEC)
Smokies Stadium Knoxville & Smokys Sevierville 2000 6,413 Home of the Tennessee Smokies (Chicago Cubs AA affiliate)
Historic Memorial Gymnasium Nashville Nashville 1952 14,316 Home of Vanderbilt University Commodores basketball (SEC)
AT&T Field Chattanooga Chattanooga 2000 6,160 Home of the Chattanooga Lookouts (Cincinnati Reds AA affiliate)
Finley Stadium / Davenport Field Chattanooga Chattanooga 1997 20,668 Home of Chattanooga Mocs football & soccer (SoCon)
McKenzie Arena Chattanooga Chattanooga 1982 12,000 Home of UT Chattanooga Mocs Men's & Women's basketball (SoCon)
FedExForum Memphis Memphis 2004 21,165 Home of the Memphis Grizzlies (NBA) & Memphis Tigers basketball (American Athletic Conference); Part of the Beale Street Historic District
B. Frank "Tex" Turner Arena Knoxville & Smokys Harrogate 1991 5,000 Home of Lincoln Memorial University Railsplitters basketball (NCAA)
Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium Memphis Memphis 1965 62,380 Home of Memphis Tigers football (American Athletic Conference); Hosts the Liberty Bowl (NCAA) & the Southern Heritage Classic (NCAA)
Knoxville Civic Auditorium & Coliseum Knoxville & Smokys Knoxville 1961 7,141 Includes an auditorium, multi-purpose arena, exhibition hall & a ballroom
Allen Arena Nashville Nashville 2001 5,584 Home of Libscomb University Bison basketball & volleyball (A-Sun)
Thunder Valley Tri-Cities Bristol 1965 25,000 NHRA
Bristol Motor Speedway Tri-Cities Bristol 1961 160,000 NASCAR Cup Series, NASCAR XFINITY Series, NASCAR Truck Series
Freedom Hall Civic Center Tri-Cities Johnson City 2014 6,000 Home of East Tennessee State Buccaneers basketball (A-Sun)
Curb Event Center Nashville Nashville 2003 5,085 Home of Belmont University Bruins basketball & volleyball (OVC)
Tucker Stadium Nashville Cookeville 1966 16,500 Home of Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles football (OVC)
AutoZone Park Memphis Memphis 2000 12,512 Home of the Memphis Redbirds (St. Louis Cardinals AAA affiliate) and Memphis 901 FC
Graham Stadium Nashville Martin 1964 8,500 Home of University of Tennessee at Martin Skyhawks football (OVC)
Bridgestone Arena Nashville Nashville 1996 20,000 Home of the Nashville Predators (NHL)
Nissan Stadium Nashville Nashville 1999 69,143 Home of the Tennessee Titans (NFL), Tennessee State Tigers football (OVC); Hosts the Music City Bowl & the CMA Music Festival
Oman Arena Memphis Jackson 1967 5,600 Home of Lane College Dragons basketball (NCAA)
Gentry Center Nashville Nashville 1980 10,500 Home of Tennessee State Tigers basketball (OVC)
Fortera Stadium Nashville Clarksville 1946 10,000 Home of Austin Peay State Governors football, track & field (OVC)
Eblen Center Nashville Cookeville 1977 9,282 Home of Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles basketball (OVC)
Winfield Dunn Center Nashville Clarksville 1975 7,257 Home of Austin Peay State Governors basketball (OVC)
Murphy Center Nashville Murfreesboro 1972 11,520 Includes the Monte Hale Arena; Home of Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders basketball (SBC)
Vanderbilt Stadium Nashville Nashville 1922 40,550 Home of Vanderbilt Commodores football (SEC)
Nashville Municipal Auditorium Nashville Nashville 1962 9,654 Home of the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum; Hosts concerts, sports, religious events & family shows
Johnny "Red" Floyd Stadium & Horace Jones Field Nashville Murfreesboro 1933 31,000 Home of Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders football (SBC)
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