AT&T Center
AT&T Center
AT&T Center
Standort San Antonio, Texas, Vereinigte Staaten
Baubeginn 24. August 2000
Eröffnung 18. Oktober 2002
Besitzer Bexar County
Betreiber Spurs Sports & Sports Entertainment
Baukosten 186 Millionen US-Dollar
Architekt Ellerbe Becket
Frühere Namen SBC Center (2002–2005)
Nutzer San Antonio Spurs (NBA, seit 2002)
San Antonio Silver Stars (WNBA, seit 2003)
San Antonio Rampage (AHL, seit 2002)
Kapazität 18.797 (Basketball)
7.035–13.000 (Eishockey)

Das AT&T Center (ehemals SBC-Center) befindet sich in San Antonio, Texas. Das Center wird als Konzerthalle benutzt und dient als Heimspielstätte des Basketballteams San Antonio Spurs (NBA), des Eishockeyteams San Antonio Rampage (AHL) und des Frauenbasketballteams San Antonio Silver Stars (WNBA). Bei Basketballspielen stehen 18.797 Sitzplätze zur Verfügung, bei Eishockeyspielen je nach Installation bis zu 13.000.

Benannt ist das Center nach dem Sponsor AT&T, einem amerikanischen Telekommunikationsunternehmen.

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