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21. Araneta Coliseum
Quezon City, Philippines
Built: 1960 - Capacity: 16,500 (boxing), 15,000 (basketball)
Home of the Philippine Basketball Association and the NCAA and UAAP Basketball championships, as well as the UAAP Cheerdance competition. The arena also hosted the “Thrilla in Manila,” the third and final fight between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier, in 1975.
The listed capacities are above, but the arena has packed in crowds of over 22,000.
Photo by Flickr user trancedmoogle.

21. Araneta Coliseum

Quezon City, Philippines

Built: 1960 - Capacity: 16,500 (boxing), 15,000 (basketball)

Home of the Philippine Basketball Association and the NCAA and UAAP Basketball championships, as well as the UAAP Cheerdance competition. The arena also hosted the “Thrilla in Manila,” the third and final fight between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier, in 1975.

The listed capacities are above, but the arena has packed in crowds of over 22,000.

Photo by Flickr user trancedmoogle.

6. Lucas Oil Stadium
Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
Built: 2008 - Capacity: 63,000 (football) 70,000 (basketball)
Home of the Indianapolis Colts, and site of Super Bowl XLVI and the 2010 and 2016 NCAA Men’s Final Four.
The stadium’s exterior was built to mimic the traditional fieldhouses of Indiana. The roof is retractable, and the large window on the north end of the stadium can be opened for views of downtown Indianapolis.
Photo by Carl Van Rooy. Linked photos of Colts and Final Four from Brian Hubbard and Flickr user slack13, respectively.

6. Lucas Oil Stadium

Indianapolis, Indiana, USA

Built: 2008 - Capacity: 63,000 (football) 70,000 (basketball)

Home of the Indianapolis Colts, and site of Super Bowl XLVI and the 2010 and 2016 NCAA Men’s Final Four.

The stadium’s exterior was built to mimic the traditional fieldhouses of Indiana. The roof is retractable, and the large window on the north end of the stadium can be opened for views of downtown Indianapolis.

Photo by Carl Van Rooy. Linked photos of Colts and Final Four from Brian Hubbard and Flickr user slack13, respectively.

5. Kyle Field
College Station, Texas, USA
Built: 1927 - Capacity: 83,002
Home to the Texas A&M Aggies, formerly of the Big 12, future member of the SEC.
Photo by Clark Moody.

5. Kyle Field

College Station, Texas, USA

Built: 1927 - Capacity: 83,002

Home to the Texas A&M Aggies, formerly of the Big 12, future member of the SEC.

Photo by Clark Moody.

1. The Palestra
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Built: 1927 - Capacity: 8,722
Home of the University of Pennsylvania Quakers, and spiritual home of Philadelphia Big 5 basketball.
Photo by Jonathan Yardley

1. The Palestra

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

Built: 1927 - Capacity: 8,722

Home of the University of Pennsylvania Quakers, and spiritual home of Philadelphia Big 5 basketball.

Photo by Jonathan Yardley

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