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Climate Pledge Arena is an indoor medium-small venue in Seattle. The venue opened in 1962, closed in 2018, reopened in 2021 and is used for basketball and ice hockey.

Naming History

  • Washington State Pavilion (1962)
  • Washington State Coliseum (1962-1964)
  • Seattle Center Coliseum (1964-1995)
  • KeyArena at Seattle Center (1995-2018)
  • Seattle Center Arena (2018-2020)
  • Climate Pledge Arena (2020-Present)

Tenants and Events

Tenant League Served as Start End Usage Origin Fate
Los Angeles Lakers National Basketball Association Alternate home venue 1963-64 1963-64 Regular season games:
One game (1963-64)
Adopted as alternate site Ceased being an alternate site
San Francisco Warriors National Basketball Association Alternate home venue 1965-66 1966-67 Regular season games:
One game (1965-66)
One game (1966-67)
Total games:
Two games
Adopted as alternate site Ceased being an alternate site
Seattle SuperSonics National Basketball Association Majority home venue (1967-68)
Great majority home venue (1968-69--1971-72)
Sole home venue (1972-73--1973-74)
Great majority home venue (1974-75)
Sole home venue (1975-76--1976-77)
Sole regular season home venue and great majority postseason home venue (1977-78)
1967-68 1977-78 Regular season games:
28 games (1967-68)
36 games per season (1968-69--1969-70)
34 games (1970-71)
40 games (1971-72)
41 games per season (1972-73--1973-74)
40 games (1974-75)
41 games per season (1975-76--1977-78)
41 games per season (1985-86--1987-88)
39 games (1988-89)
41 games (1989-90)
38 games (1990-91)
37 games (1991-92)
36 games (1992-93)
41 games (1993-94)
41 games per season (1995-96--1997-98)
25 games (1999)
41 games per season (1999-2000--2002-03)
40 games (2003-04)
41 games per season (2004-05--2007-08)
Total regular season games:
1,290 games
Postseason games:
79 games
Total games:
1,369 games
Expansion franchise Moved to Kingdome
Postseason co-home venue 1983-84 1983-84 Adopted as alternate site Ceased being an alternate site
Sole home venue (1985-86)
Sole regular season home venue and majority postseason venue (1986-87)
Sole home venue (1987-88)
Great majority regular season home venue (1988-89)
Sole home venue (1989-90)
Great majority home venue (1990-91--1992-93)
Sole home venue (1993-94)
1985-86 1993-94 Moved from Kingdome Moved to Tacoma Dome, Tacoma, Washington
Sole home venue (1995-96--2002-03)
Great majority home venue (2003-04)
Sole home venue (2004-05--2007-08)
1995-96 2007-08 Moved from Tacoma Dome, Tacoma, Washington Moved to Chesapeake Energy Arena, Oklahoma City as Oklahoma City Thunder
Portland Trail Blazers National Basketball Association Alternate home venue 1970-71 1971-72 Regular season games:
One game per season (1970-71--1971-72)
Total games:
Two games
Adopted as alternate site Ceased being an alternate site
National Basketball Association All-Star Game National Basketball Association Event venue 1973-74 1973-74 One game Moved from Chicago Stadium, Chicago Moved to Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix
Seattle Totems National Hockey League Scheduled home venue 1976-77 DNP Did not play Expansion franchise Folded
Seattle Storm Women's National Basketball Association Sole home venue (2000-2003)
Great majority home venue (2004)
Sole home venue (2005-2012)
Regular season sole home venue (2013)
Sole home venue (2014-2018)
2000 2018 Regular season games:
16 games per season (2000-2002)
17 games (2003)
16 games (2004)
17 games per season (2005-2018)
Total regular season games:
319 games
Postseason games:
26 games
Total games:
345 games
Expansion franchise Moved to Alaska Airlines Arena at Hec Edmundson Pavilion
Scheduled home venue 2022 2022 Moved from Alaska Airlines Arena at Hec Edmundson Pavilion Continuing
Women's National Basketball Association All-Star Game Women's National Basketball Association Event venue 2017 2017 One game Resumed play and moved from Mohegan Sun Arena, Montville, Connecticut Moved to Target Center, Minneapolis
Seattle Kraken National Hockey League Scheduled home venue 2021-22 2021-22 TBD Expansion franchise Continuing