Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums
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Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
Alaska Airlines Arena Seattle 1927 10,000 Home of Washington Huskies basketball, gymnastics & volleyball (Pac-12)  
CenturyLink Field Seattle 2002 72,000 Home of the Seattle Seahawks (NFL) & Seattle Sounders FC (MLS)  
Cheney Stadium Tacoma 1960 6,500 Home of the Tacoma Rainiers (Seattle Mariners AAA affiliate)  
Evergreen Speedway Monroe 1967 15,000 Automobile racetrack  
Husky Stadium Seattle 1920 70,138 Home of Washington Huskies football (Pac-12)  
KeyArena at Seattle Center Seattle 1962 17,495 Home of the Seattle Storm (WNBA)  
Memorial Stadium Seattle 2005 17,000 Football & soccer stadium  
Safeco Field Seattle 1999 47,574 Home of the Seattle Mariners (MLB)  
ShoWare Center Kent 2008 8,000 Multi-purpose arena  
Skagit Speedway Alger 1954 7,500 World of Outlaws  
Tacoma Dome Tacoma 1983 19,000 Indoor arena; World's largest arena with a wooden dome  
Town Toyota Center Wenatchee 2008 5,500 Multi-purpose arena  
XFINITY Arena at Everett Everett 2003 10,000 Multi-purpose arena  
Avista Stadium Spokane Valley 1958 7,162 Home of the Spokane Indians (Texas Rangers A affiliate)  
McCarthey Athletic Center Spokane 2004 6,000 Home of Gonzaga University Bulldogs basketball (WCC)  
Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena Spokane 1995 12,638 Home of the Spokane Shock (AFL) and Spokane Chiefs (WHL)  
Beasley Coliseum Pullman 1973 11,671 Home of Washington State Cougars basketball (Pac-12)  
Martin Stadium Pullman 1972 35,117 Home of Washington State Cougars football (Pac-12)  
Toyota Center Kennewick 1988 7,715 Multi-purpose arena  
Yakima SunDome Yakima 1990 7,782 Multi-purpose arena