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Amway Center

Orlando Magic

About Stadium

A multipurpose sports and entertainment arena located in Orlando, Florida, the Amway Center serves primarily as the home to the National Basketball Association’s Orlando Magic.

It’s a big part of what’s called the Downtown Orlando Master Plan 3. A plan which will make renovations to both the Citrus Bowl and the performing arts center.

In addition to being the home of the Orlando Magic it’s also the home field for the Arena League’s Orlando Predators, and the Orlando Solar Bears from the ECHL.

The Magic have a unique deal with the city over the stadium in that they receive all proceeds from Orlando Magic ticket sales and the city collects the revenue from all other events held at the stadium.

It fits 18,846 fans for Magic games with 1,428 club seats, 28 Presidential Suites and 68 Loge Boxes.

• Capacity: 18,846

• Opened: October 1, 2010

• Location: 400 West Church Street

Orlando, Florida 32801

History

• Plans for the stadium were set into motion on December 22, 2006 when details of its construction were finalized and agreed on.

• In April of 2010 there was a scare about the bonds used to finance the stadium being downgraded to junk, but the city was quick to assure that there were no such problems.

• The Arena Football League’s awarded Orlando with ArenaBowl XXVI on January 14, 2013, for the coming summer event of 2013.

• In 2014, the Amway Center played host to the second and third round games of Men’s Championship March Madness Tournament.

Past and Current Teams

Orlando Magic (NBA) (2010–present)
Orlando Predators (AFL) (2011–2013, 2015–present)
Orlando Solar Bears (ECHL) (2012–present)