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Watch the Action at These Oregon Sports Venues
Oregon loves its sports – from professional teams to outdoor beach activities. One of the state’s most active sports venues is Autzen Stadium. Located in Eugene, Autzen Stadium is home to the University of Oregon’s football team, the Oregon Ducks. The stadium currently holds nearly 54,000 cheering fans, and it has played host to the PAC-12 Championship Football Game. It also plays host to numerous other events throughout the year. The Matthew Knight Arena, also in Eugene, is home court for the men’s and women’s Oregon Ducks basketball teams.
If you are track and field fan, you may already know about historic Hayward Field. It has been hosting the University of Oregon’s track and field teams from the time it opened in 1921. It is one of only a handful of International Association of Athletics Federations Class 1 certified tracks in the country.
Opened in 1967, Autzen Stadium is the proud home of the Oregon Ducks – University of Oregon's football program.
Located near Oregon's Interstate 5 corridor in Eugene, the 53,800 capacity stadium hosted the inaugural PAC-12 Championship game in 2011.
The stadium has hosted a number of different events over the years as well – Oregon high school football championship games, large concerts, and it was even featured in the 1978 film, National Lampoon's Animal House.
Formerly known as the Rose Garden, the Moda Center, found in metropolitan Portland, is primarily home to the National Basketball League's Portland Trail Blazers. The arena was opened in 1995 and seats nearly 20,000 fans during the NBA season.
The arena is also home to two other pro sports teams – the Western Hockey League's Portland Winterhawks and the Arena Football League's Portland Thunder. During the offseason, the center hosts events like professional wrestling, UFC events, NCAA men's basketball tournament games, and more.