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Whether it's professional, college teams, or youth athletics, Wisconsin is home to a variety of sport teams and state-of-the art venues.
Located in downtown Milwaukee, the Bradley Center is a premier sports and entertainment venue and home to the NBA's Milwaukee Bucks, as well as the AHL's Milwaukee Admirals. Since 1998, the arena has hosted several note worthy events, including multiple NCAA Frozen Four Finals and NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament games.
Also located in downtown Milwaukee is Miller Park, home of the Milwaukee Brewers of Major League Baseball. The Brew Crew play home games from April to October, competing against division rivals the St. Louis Cardinals and Chicago Cubs. The ballpark is best known for its retractable roof, and on-site attractions like the AirTran Airways Landing Zone, and the Harley-Davison Deck.
Home to the University of Wisconsin Badgers football team, Camp Randall Stadium seats over 80,000 fans and is located in Madison, adjacent to the UW campus. If visiting the area during the fall, stop in for a Badgers football game as they battle for a Big Ten Conference title.
Regarded as the Frozen Tundra, Lambeau Field the home football stadium for the Green Bay Packers. Built in 1957, the stadium seats nearly 80,000 "Cheeseheads" on Sundays during football season, when the Pack defends their home field against division rivals like the Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears.
Opened in 1998, the Bradley Center is downtown Milwaukee's premier sports and entertainment venue. Primarily, the arena serves as the home court to the NBA's Milwaukee Bucks, as well as the AHL's Milwaukee Admirals. Over the years, the arena has hosted a variety of notable events, including multiple NCAA Frozen Four Finals and NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament games. Other Milwaukee events include large concerts and World Wrestling Entertainment events.
Seating 80,321 screaming fans, Camp Randall Stadium is home to the University of Wisconsin Badgers football team. Set in Madison, adjacent to the UW campus, Camp Randall Stadium was officially built in 1917 – the field and some bleachers had been the used as the home venue by the Badgers since 1895. Visit Camp Randall Stadium during the fall for exciting UW Badgers football games, as they battle the rest of the Big Ten Conference. The NCAA Division I football season runs from August to December.
Officially the second largest indoor venue in Wisconsin, the Kohl Center is home to the Wisconsin Badgers men's basketball, men's ice hockey, and women's basketball teams. Open since 1998, the arena also hosts large conventions and ceremonies – most notably, President Barack Obama spoke to the students there in 2008.
The 17,000 capacity arena located in Madison has also hosted several nationally recognized events like the 2008 Jeopardy College Championship. The arena houses different amenities – including the bar and restaurant on the second floor helping it achieve the nation's largest attendance for basketball and hockey.
Informally known as the Frozen Tundra, Lambeau Field is a football stadium located in the northern Wisconsin city of Green Bay. Established in 1957, Lambeau Field is the historic home to the former Super Bowl Champion Green Bay Packers of the National Football League. The stadium seats roughly 80,000 "Cheeseheads" on Sundays during the fall, when the Pack defends their home field against division rivals like the Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears. Apart from world class football, the stadium also features Lambeau Field Stadium Tours, and hosts events like the Frozen Tundra Hockey Classic, concerts, and more.
Opened in 2001, Miller Park is located in downtown Milwaukee and primarily serves as the home ballpark to the Milwaukee Brewers of Major League Baseball. The Brew Crew play home games from April to October at Miller Park, competing against division rivals the St. Louis Cardinals and Chicago Cubs. The ballpark is known for its retractable roof, and on-site attractions like the AirTran Airways Landing Zone and the Harley-Davison Deck. The ballpark hosts large Milwaukee events as well, including concerts, movie premieres, and other sporting events.