Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
Nashville Municipal Auditorium Nashville & Central Nashville 1962 9,654 Home of the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum; Hosts various concerts, sports, religious events & family shows
Johnny "Red" Floyd Stadium & Horace Jones Field Nashville & Central Murfreesboro 1933 31,000 Home of Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders football (SBC)
Allen Arena Nashville & Central Nashville 2001 5,584 Home of Libscomb University Bison basketball & volleyball (A-Sun)
Vanderbilt Stadium Nashville & Central Nashville 1922 40,550 Home of Vanderbilt Commodores football (SEC)
Bridgestone Arena Nashville & Central Nashville 1996 20,000 Home of the Nashville Predators (NHL)
Eblen Center Nashville & Central Cookeville 1977 9,282 Home of Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles basketball (OVC)
Curb Event Center Nashville & Central Nashville 2003 5,085 Home of Belmont University Bruins basketball & volleyball (OVC)
Graham Stadium Nashville & Central Martin 1964 8,500 Home of University of Tennessee at Martin Skyhawks football (OVC)
Murphy Center Nashville & Central Murfreesboro 1972 11,520 Includes the Monte Hale Arena; Home of Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders basketball (SBC)
Gentry Complex Nashville & Central Nashville 1980 10,500 Home of Tennessee State Tigers basketball (OVC)
Tucker Stadium Nashville & Central Cookeville 1966 16,500 Home of Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles football (OVC)
Nissan Stadium Nashville & Central Nashville 1999 69,143 Home of the Tennessee Titans (NFL), Tennessee State Tigers football (OVC); Hosts the Music City Bowl & the CMA Music Festival
Winfield Dunn Center Nashville & Central Clarksville 1975 7,257 Home of Austin Peay State Governors basketball (OVC)
Fortera Stadium Nashville & Central Clarksville 1946 10,000 Home of Austin Peay State Governors football, track & field (OVC)
Historic Memorial Gymnasium Nashville & Central Nashville 1952 14,316 Home of Vanderbilt University Commodores basketball (SEC)
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