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Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
Alumni Stadium Oshkosh 1970 9,800 Multi-purpose stadium of University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Titans (NCAA)  
Kolf Sports Center Oshkosh 1971 5,800 Home of UW Oshkosh Titans basketball, gymnastics, track & wrestling (NCAA)  
Lambeau Field Green Bay 1957 81,441 Home of the Green Bay Packers (NFL)  
Resch Center Green Bay 2002 10,500 Home of UW Green Bay Phoenix basketball (Horizon) & the Green Bay Gamblers (USHL)  
Road America Elkhart Lake 1955 135,000 ALMS, AMA, NASCAR Nationwide Series  
La Crosse Center La Crosse 1980 8,000 Includes a convention hall, arena, 2 grand halls, a ballroom, 3 boardrooms & a conference room  
Alliant Energy Center Madison 1967 9,762 A 164-acre, multi-building complex consisting of the Exhibition Hall, New Holland Pavilions, Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Willow Island, the Arena Building  
Breese Stevens Field Madison 1926 7,000 Home of Edgewood College soccer (NCAA)  
Camp Randall Stadium Madison 1917 80,321 Home of Wisconsin Badgers football (Big Ten)  
Kohl Center Madison 1998 17,142 Home of Wisconsin Badgers basketball & hockey (Big Ten, WCHA)  
Wisconsin Field House Madison 1930 11,500 Home of Wisconsin Badgers volleyball & wrestling (Big Ten)  
Blue Cross Arena at the War Memorial Rochester 1990 13,000 Home of the Rochester Americans (AHL)  
BMO Harris Bradley Center Milwaukee 1988 20,000 Home of the Milwaukee Bucks (NBA), Milwaukee Mustangs (AFL), Milwaukee Admirals (AHL), & Marquette Golden Eagles basketball (Big East)  
Miller Park Milwaukee 2001 41,900 Home of the Milwaukee Brewers (MLB)  
Milwaukee Mile Speedway & Peck Media Center West Allis 1903 45,000 Oldest operating motor speedway in the world  
Slinger Speedway Slinger 1948 5,000 Billed as "The World's Fastest Quarter Mile Oval"  
Uihlein Soccer Park Milwaukee 1994 7,000 Soccer venue  
UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena Milwaukee 1950 12,700 Home of Univ. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Panthers men's basketball (Horizon), Milwaukee Admirals pro hockey (AHL), Milwaukee Wave pro indoor soccer (MASL), Brewcity Bruisers amateur roller derby (WFTDA)