Largest Indoor arenas in British Columbia, Canada
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  Overview

Which is the largest indoor arena in British Columbia?
The largest indoor arena in British Columbia is Rogers Arena of Vancouver with a maximum seating capacity of 19,700 spectators.The seating capacities of the indoor arenas in British Columbia range from capacities of 1,000 spectators to 19,700 spectators, with the average sports venue being able to host around 4,931.8 spectators.

 Compare Rogers Arena with Pacific Coliseum


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Cities with the most large-capacity indoor arenas
The cities with the most large-capacity indoor arenas are Vancouver, Abbotsford and Prince George.

Most recent and oldest indoor arenas
The most recently opened indoor arenas in Canada are Abbotsford Centre of Abbotsford and Langley Events Centre of Langley in 2009.The oldest indoor arena in Canada is Queen's Park Arena of New Westminster which opened in 1930.The average building ages of the indoor arenas in Canada is 30.8 years old, with the oldest being 92 years old.


Let's check out some of these largest indoor arenas in British Columbia.

Rogers Arena.

Rogers Arena is the 2nd largest indoor arena by capacity in British Columbia.

Opened in 1995, Rogers Arena is a 27-year-old indoor arena, with a maximum capacity of 19,700 spectators. It is located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

The indoor arena is home to Vancouver Canucks and Vancouver Warriors and is a venue for sports such as hockey and basketball.

 

 Compare Rogers Arena with Mary Brown's Centre from St. John's.

 Compare Rogers Arena with Grant-Harvey Centre from Fredericton.


Pacific Coliseum.

Pacific Coliseum is the 3rd largest indoor arena by capacity in British Columbia.

Opened in 1967, Pacific Coliseum is a 55-year-old indoor arena, with a maximum capacity of 17,150 spectators. It is located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

 

 Compare Pacific Coliseum with West Central Events Centre from Kindersley.

 Compare Pacific Coliseum with Consolidated Credit Union Place from Summerside.


Abbotsford Centre.

Located in Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada, Abbotsford Centre is an indoor arena which can accommodate up to 8,500 spectators. Abbotsford Centre was opened in the year 2009 (13 years of age).

The indoor arena hosts sports events for hockey. Abbotsford Centre is home to teams such as Abbotsford Canucks Fraser Valley Bandits

 

 Compare Abbotsford Centre with Horizon Credit Union Centre from Melville.

 Compare Abbotsford Centre with Halifax Forum from Halifax.


Prospera Place.

Located in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada, Prospera Place is an indoor arena which can accommodate up to 8,000 spectators. Prospera Place was opened in the year 1999 (23 years of age).

The indoor arena is home to Kelowna Rockets and is a venue for sports such as hockey.

 

 Compare Prospera Place with Winkler Arena from Winkler.

 Compare Prospera Place with Ray Twinney Complex from Newmarket.


CN Centre.

CN Centre is an indoor arena located in Prince George, British Columbia, Canada. Opened in the year 1995, CN Centre's building age is 27 years and has a seating capacity of up to 7,000 spectators.

Home to teams such as Prince George Cougars, the indoor arena hosts events for sports such as hockey.

 

 Compare CN Centre with Leon's Centre from Kingston.

 Compare CN Centre with Varsity Arena from Toronto.


Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre.

Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre is an indoor arena that can seat up to 7,000 spectators. Located in University Endowment Lands, British Columbia, Canada, Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre was opened in the year 2008 (14 years of age).

The indoor arena hosts sports events for hockey. Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre is home to teams such as UBC Thunderbirds

 

 Compare Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre with Ovintiv Events Centre from Dawson Creek.

 Compare Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre with Joe Byrne Memorial Stadium from Grand Falls-Windsor.


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Largest Indoor Arenas   Canada   |   Alberta   |   British Columbia   |   New Brunswick   |   Ontario   |   Quebec   |   Saskatchewan   |   Toronto   |   Edmonton   |   Montreal
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