Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
B. Frank Turner Arena Knoxville & Smokys Harrogate 1991 5,000 Home of Lincoln Memorial University Railsplitters basketball (NCAA)
Rocky Top Sports World Knoxville & Smokys Gatlinburg 2014 5,000 Basketball, volleyball, wrestling, gymnastics, climbing wall, soccer, football, lacrosse, ultimate frisbee
Knoxville Civic Auditorium & Coliseum Knoxville & Smokys Knoxville 1961 7,141 Includes an auditorium, multi-purpose arena, exhibition hall & a ballroom
The Ripken Experience Pigeon Forge Knoxville & Smokys Pigeon Forge 2016 6,000 6 Lighted Synthetic Turf Baseball Fields
Thompson-Boling Arena Knoxville & Smokys Knoxville 1987 21,678 Home of Tennessee Volunteers & Lady Vols basketball & volleyball (SEC)
Neyland Stadium Knoxville & Smokys Knoxville 1921 102,455 Home of Tennessee Volunteers football (SEC)
Smokies Park Knoxville & Smokys Sevierville 2000 6,413 Home of the Tennessee Smokies (Chicago Cubs AA affiliate)
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