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AT&T Center

San Antonio Spurs

About Stadium

A multipurpose sports and entertainment arena located on the east side of downtown San Antonio, Texas, it primarily serves as the home to the National basketball Association’s San Antonio Spurs.

The stadium cost $175 million at its completion and was originally named the SBC Center in 2002 when it opened. SBC had purchased the naming rights to the stadium for for $41 million over a 20-year period in July of 2000.

The venue plays host to a number of both professional and local sports and entertainment events throughout the year including San Antonio Car Association Autocross races, the annual Rodeo competition, and a number of Bull Fighting competitions, as well.

Before the AT&T Center, the Spurs played in the Alamodome, another multi-purpose venue in San Antonio

• Capacity: 18,418

• Opened: October 18, 2002

• Location: 1 AT&T Center Parkway
San Antonio, Texas 78219

History

• The local Bexar County Court approved up to $101.5 million in renovations the the Spurs’ home, the AT&T Center on December 9, 2014.

• The renovations eventually started in the Summer of 2015 and included new television monitors for viewing in club and concessions areas, a new scoreboard and sound system, and improved Wi-fi.

• The AT&T Center originally opened as the SBC Center on October 18, 2002 after breaking ground on the project two years earlier on August 24, 2000.

Past and Current Teams

San Antonio Rampage (AHL) (2002–present)
San Antonio Spurs (NBA) (2002–present)
San Antonio Stars (WNBA) (2003–2014, 2016–present)