Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes Video Book Group
Skagit Speedway Seattle Alger 1954 7,500 Summer Thunder Sprint Series, Washington Modified
Seattle Center Seattle Seattle 1962 17,000 Hosts concerts, sporting events, performing arts, tradeshows & more
Evergreen Speedway Seattle Monroe 1967 15,000 NASCAR, Sprints, Drift, AutoX
Husky Stadium Seattle Seattle 1920 70,138 Home of Washington Huskies football (Big Ten)
Tacoma Dome Seattle Tacoma 1983 19,000 World's largest arena with a wooden dome
South Sound Speedway Seattle 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
Angel of the Winds Arena Seattle Everett 2003 10,000 Home of Everett Silvertips hockey (WHL); Multi-purpose arena & conference center
Town Toyota Center Seattle Wenatchee 2008 5,500 Home of Wenatchee Wild hockey (BCHL)
Alaska Airlines Arena at Hec Edmundson Pavilion Seattle Seattle 1927 10,000 Home of Washington Huskies basketball, gymnastics & volleyball (Big Ten)
Cheney Stadium Seattle Tacoma 1960 6,500 Home of the Tacoma Rainiers (Seattle Mariners AAA affiliate)
T-Mobile Park Seattle Seattle 1999 47,574 Home of the Seattle Mariners (MLB)
Wenatchee Valley Super Oval Seattle Wenatchee 1970 5,000 Big 5 Late Models, Bump to Pass, Thunder Cars, Pure Stocks, Youth Hornets, Mini Super Stocks
Accesso ShoWare Center Seattle Kent 2008 8,000 Home of Seattle Thunderbirds hockey (WHL) & Tacoma Stars soccer (MASL, NPSL)
Pacific Raceways Seattle Kent 1960 5,000 Automobile & motorcycle racing; Hosts NHRA races
Lumen Field Seattle Seattle 2002 68,000 Home of the Seattle Seahawks (NFL) & Seattle Sounders FC (MLS)
Climate Pledge Arena Seattle Seattle 1995 17,495 Home of the Seattle Kraken (NHL) & Seattle University Redhawks basketball
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