Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
Accesso ShoWare Center Seattle & Tacoma Kent 2008 8,000 Multi-purpose arena
Cheney Stadium Seattle & Tacoma Tacoma 1960 6,500 Home of the Tacoma Rainiers (Seattle Mariners AAA affiliate)
Martin Stadium Tri-Cities - Kennewick, Pasco & Richland Pullman 1972 35,117 Home of Washington State Cougars football (Pac-12)
Reese Court Spokane Cheney 1981 6,000 Home of Eastern Washington Eagles basketball (Big Sky)
Alaska Airlines Arena at Hec Edmundson Pavilion Seattle & Tacoma Seattle 1927 10,000 Home of Washington Huskies basketball, gymnastics & volleyball (Pac-12)
KeyArena at Seattle Center Seattle & Tacoma Seattle 1995 17,495 Home of the Seattle Storm (WNBA) & Seattle University Men's Basketball
Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena Spokane Spokane 1995 12,638 Home of the Spokane Shock (AFL) and Spokane Chiefs (WHL)
Tacoma Dome Seattle & Tacoma Tacoma 1983 19,000 Indoor arena; World's largest arena with a wooden dome
Town Toyota Center Seattle & Tacoma Wenatchee 2008 5,500 Multi-purpose arena
Yakima Valley SunDome Tri-Cities - Kennewick, Pasco & Richland Yakima 1990 7,782 Multi-purpose arena
Angel of the Winds Arena Seattle & Tacoma Everett 2003 10,000 Multi-purpose arena
Wenatchee Valley Super Oval Seattle & Tacoma Wenatchee 1970 5,000 Big 5 Late Models, Bump to Pass, Thunder Cars, Pure Stocks, Youth Hornets, Mini Super Stocks
Beasley Coliseum Tri-Cities - Kennewick, Pasco & Richland Pullman 1973 11,671 Home of Washington State Cougars basketball (Pac-12)
McCarthey Athletic Center Spokane Spokane 2004 6,000 Home of Gonzaga University Bulldogs basketball (WCC)
South Sound Speedway Seattle & Tacoma Rochester 1970 5,000 Late Model, Street Stock, Legends, NW Baby Grand, NW Vintage Modified, and Asphalt Sprint Cars; Hosts the ASA Late Model Series
Skagit Speedway Seattle & Tacoma Alger 1954 7,500 World of Outlaws
Safeco Field Seattle & Tacoma Seattle 1999 47,574 Home of the Seattle Mariners (MLB)
Pacific Raceways Seattle & Tacoma Kent 1960 5,000 Automobile & motorcycle racing; Hosts NHRA races
Spokane Raceway Park Spokane Airway Heights 1974 5,000 Hosts NHRA events & several driving schools for marque-specific clubs
CenturyLink Field Seattle & Tacoma Seattle 2002 72,000 Home of the Seattle Seahawks (NFL) & Seattle Sounders FC (MLS)
Toyota Center Tri-Cities - Kennewick, Pasco & Richland Kennewick 1988 7,715 Multi-purpose arena
Evergreen Speedway Seattle & Tacoma Monroe 1967 15,000 Automobile racetrack
Avista Stadium Spokane Spokane Valley 1958 7,162 Home of the Spokane Indians (Texas Rangers A affiliate)
Husky Stadium Seattle & Tacoma Seattle 1920 70,138 Home of Washington Huskies football (Pac-12)
Memorial Stadium Seattle & Tacoma Seattle 1947 17,000 Football & soccer stadium
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