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Top Sports Venues in Oklahoma
Everyone knows the festive atmosphere is what makes the game, and the sports venues in Oklahoma bring it to life. OK is blessed with many high rated stadiums, ballparks and arenas. From baseball to college football, check out a game at one of the state’s best spot.
Originally opened in 2002, the Chesapeake Energy Arena rocks the house as the home court to the NBA's Oklahoma City Thunder since their relocation in 2008. The arena located in downtown Oklahoma City, seats over 19,000 of the NBA's loudest fans – notorious for creating a "college-like" atmosphere on game day. The Bank of Oklahoma Center, “BOK,” in Tulsa is the home of the WNBA Tulsa Shock, the AFL’s Tulsa Talons and the Central Hockey League’s Tulsa Oilers. With a seating capacity for over 19,000, BOK Center is designed for arena football, hockey, and basketball games, as well as the hottest concerts and live events.
Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark has been recognized as one of the highest rated facilities in the country. Located in downtown Oklahoma City's Bricktown District, it is home field for the Oklahoma City Redhawks of the Triple-A Pacific Coast League. Oklahoma State University Cowboys of the Big 12 Conference play home games at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, while OU Sooner fans fill up the Gaylord OK Memorial Stadium in Norman on game days.
With a seating capacity for over 19,000 sports fans, the Bank of Oklahoma Center is a multi-purpose arena located in downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma. Known as the BOK Center and managed by SMG, the building is designed to host arena football, hockey, and basketball games as well as concerts and other events.
The BOK Center is the home of the WNBA Tulsa Shock, the AFL’s Tulsa Talons and the Central Hockey League’s Tulsa Oilers.
Designed by César Pelli, the arena’s striking architecture quickly made it a downtown Tulsa landmark, while food options from Tulsa-local restaurants such as Ike's Chili BBQ and Mazzio’s Italian Eatery help set the amenities apart from standard arena fare.
Boone Pickens Stadium
Opened in 1920, Boone Pickens Stadium is a college football stadium located in the city of Stillwater. The stadium provides a raucous home field advantage for the Oklahoma State University Cowboys of the Big 12 Conference on Saturdays during the fall.
Formerly known as Lewis Field, the stadium seats over 60,000 fans on game day. Be there for the Bedlam Series – an annual game against the in-state rival University of Oklahoma Sooners, alternating between Boone Pickens and Gaylord OK Memorial Stadium in Norman.
Chesapeake Energy Arena
Originally opened in 2002, the Chesapeake Energy Arena has served as the home court to the NBA's Oklahoma City Thunder since their relocation in 2008. The arena located in downtown Oklahoma City seats over 19,000 of the NBA's loudest fans – notorious for creating a "college-like" atmosphere on game day.
The arena also plays host to different events such as concerts, conventions, and civic events – as well as the temporary home for fellow NBA team, the New Orleans Hornets, during hurricane Katrina in 2006.
Other versatile attractions include professional wrestling, bull riding, NCAA tournament games, and Ultimate Fighting Championship matches as well.
Catching a game at Chesapeake Energy Arena is just one of 24 things to do in Oklahoma in 24 hours!
Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark
Opening its gates in 1996, the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark is a proud member of downtown Oklahoma City's Bricktown District. The ball park primarily acts the home field for the Oklahoma City Redhawks of the Triple-A Pacific Coast League.
Seating over 13,000 fans, the ball park features large statues of historic MLB players like Mickey Mantle, Johnny Bench, and Warren Spahn. Catch an MLB baseball game in Oklahoma City this summer and cheer on future MLB stars.
Cheering on the Oklahoma City Redhawks at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark is just one of 24 things to do in Oklahoma in 24 hours!
Cox Business Center
With a seating capacity for almost 9,000 people, the Cox Business Center is a multi-purpose arena located in downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Formerly known as the Tulsa Convention Center, the facility also boasts over 100,000 square feet of exhibition space with 23 meeting rooms.
A member of the Professional Indoor Soccer League, the Tulsa Revolution call the Cox Business Center home, as do the Champions Professional Indoor Football League’s Oklahoma Defenders.
Managed by SMG, the arena is Tulsa’s go-to destination for traveling conventions and professional wrestling events.
Cox Convention Center
Opened in 1972, the Cox Convention Center is a multipurpose facility in downtown Oklahoma City.
"The Cox" can seat nearly 14,000 fans for most sporting events, primarily the Oklahoma City Barons of the American Hockey League. However, it seats over 15,000 fans for large concerts.
Further showcasing its versatility, the arena has been known to host a myriad of other events like NBA and NHL exhibition games, as well as NCAA tournament games.
After many renovations and modernizations, the state-of-art facility continues to be a staple for Oklahoma City sports.
Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium
Opened in 1923, Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium is home to the University of Oklahoma Sooners football team. The stadium is located in the Oklahoma City suburb of Norman – set about 20 minutes from Moore.
Seating over 80,000 fans on game day, the stadium features a raucous home field advantage, giving the Sooners a decided edge during Big 12 Conference play. Be there for the Bedlam Series – an annual game against the in-state rival OSU Cowboys, alternating between Gaylord Family Stadium and Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater.
Mat Hoffman Action Sports Park of OKC
Owned and operated by the Oklahoma City Parks and Recreation Department, the Mat Hoffman Action Sports Park is located in Oklahoma City.
Open daily from sunrise to 11 p.m., this sports park is ideal for skating and BMX riding.
The Mat Hoffman Action Sports Park of Oklahoma City features both the Street Course and the Bowl Course – reaching a depth of 11 feet. The free skate park also offers picnic areas and public art on display.
Catching air at the Mat Hoffman Action Sports Park is just one of 24 things to do in Oklahoma in 24 hours!