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Golden 1 Center

Sacramento Kings

About Stadium

A multi-purpose entertainment and sports facility located in downtown Sacramento, California, the Golden 1 Center serves as home to the National Basketball Association’s Sacramento Kings.

It’s one of the main features of the downtown area known as the Downtown Commons, or “DoCo” for short.

In order to ensure the Kings’ future being in Sacramento, an ownership group headed by Vivek Ranadivé purchased the majority share in the team and agreed to workout a deal for a new stadium in 2016.

One of the stadium’s most innovative features is that it’ll be grid and carbon neutral. As well as being LEED Gold-Certified.

• Capacity: 17,500

• Opened: October 2016 (planned)

• Location: 547 L Street
Sacramento, California 95814

History

• Ground was broken on the stadium on October 29, 2014 and will be completed in 2016.

• The naming rights for the pending stadium were agreed to with Golden 1 Credit Union on June 16, 2015. The contract lasts 20 years and is for a total of $120 million.

• The arena will open in the coming 2016-2017 NBA Season and will also host the first and second rounds of the 2017 NCAA Men’s Division 1 Championship Basketball Tournament.

Past and Current Teams

Sacramento Kings (NBA) (2016–present)