Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes Video Book Group
Old Spanish Trail Arena Blanding & Moab Moab 1,200 Equestrian, motorcycle, BMX & other events
BYU Marriott Center Salt Lake City Provo 1971 22,700 Home of Brigham Young University Cougars basketball (WCC)
Salt Lake Regional Athletic Complex Salt Lake City Salt Lake City 2016 2,000 Sports complex featuring 16 multi-purpose fields for soccer, rugby, lacrosse, volleyball, football
Maverik Center Salt Lake City West Valley City 1997 12,600 Home of the Utah Grizzlies (ECHL)
Dee Glen Smith Spectrum Salt Lake City Logan 1970 10,270 Home of Utah State Aggies basketball, gymnastics & volleyball (MWC)
Stewart Stadium Salt Lake City Ogden 1966 17,312 Home of Weber State Wildcats football (Big Sky)
Rio Tinto Stadium Salt Lake City Sandy 2008 20,000 Home of the Real Salt Lake (MLS)
Delta Center Salt Lake City Salt Lake City 1991 22,000 Home of the Utah Jazz (NBA)
Dee Events Center Salt Lake City Ogden 1977 12,222 Home of Weber State Wildcats basketball (Big Sky)
Golden Spike Event Center Salt Lake City Ogden 1988 8,500 Multi-purpose arena inc equestrian events
Smith's Ballpark Salt Lake City Salt Lake City 1994 15,500 Home of the Salt Lake Bees (Anaheim Angels AAA affiliate) and Utah Utes baseball (Pac-12)
Utah Motorsports Campus Salt Lake City Tooele 2006 8,000 4.4-mile course; World Superbike; AMA
Jon M. Huntsman Center Salt Lake City Salt Lake City 1969 15,000 Home of Utah Utes basketball & gymnastics (Pac-12)
Eccles Coliseum Salt Lake City Cedar City 1967 8,500 Home of Southern Utah Thunderbirds football and track & field (Great West, Summit)
Rice-Eccles Stadium Salt Lake City Salt Lake City 1998 45,634 Home of Utah Utes football (Pac-12)
Burns Arena Salt Lake City St. George 1985 5,000 Home of Dixie State Trailblazers basketball; Site of the Buck-A-Thon and the World Senior Games
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