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Ball Arena is an indoor medium-small venue in Denver. The venue opened in 1999 and is used for ice hockey and basketball.

Naming History

  • Pepsi Center (1999-2020)
  • Ball Arena (2020-Present)

Tenants and Events

Tenant League Served as Start End Usage Origin Fate
Colorado Avalanche National Hockey League Sole home venue 1999-2000 2003-04 Regular season games:
41 games per season (1999-2000--2003-04)
41 games per season (2005-06--2014-15)
40 games (2015-16)
41 games (2016-17)
40 games (2017-18)
41 games (2018-19)
32 games (2019-20)
Total regular season games:
809 games
Postseason games:
67 games
Total games:
876 games
Moved from McNichols Sports Arena Suspended operations until 2005-06
Sole home venue (2005-06--2014-15)
Great majority home venue (2015-16)
Sole home venue (2016-17)
Great majority home venue (2017-18)
Sole home venue (2018-19)
Regular season great majority home venue
2005-06 2019-20 Returned Continuing
Denver Nuggets National Basketball Association Sole home venue (1999-2000--2015-16)
Great majority home venue (2016-17)
Sole home venue (2017-18--2018-19)
Regular season great majority home venue (2019-20)
1999-2000 2019-20 Regular season games:
41 games per season (1999-2000--2010-11)
33 games (2011-12)
41 games per season (2012-13--2015-16)
40 games (2016-17)
41 games per season (2017-18--2018-19)
33 games (2019-20)
Total regular season games:
844 games
Postseason games:
38 games
Total games:
882 games
Moved from McNichols Sports Arena Continuing
National Hockey League All-Star Game National Hockey League Event venue 2000-01 2000-01 One game Moved from Scotiabank Arena, Old Toronto, Toronto Moved to STAPLES Center, Los Angeles
National Basketball Association All-Star Game National Basketball Association Event venue 2004-05 2004-05 One game Moved from STAPLES Center, Los Angeles Moved to Toyota Center, Houston