Knox Basketball Stadium
The Knox Basketball Stadium is located in the Boronia suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It is a multi-purpose stadium that is primarily used for basketball but is also known to host football games, concerts, and soccer. The stadium has a capacity of 15,000, which includes 10,000 fixed seats, 2,000 standing room seats, and 2,000 temporary seats.
The Knox Basketball Stadium is situated at the heart of the City. It is most easily accessible through the South Road. The stadium has three courts- two of which are currently used and the third one is not in use. The stadium, built-in in 1960, is one of the old arenas in the history of basketball.
Knox University’s basketball stadium is something of a local treasure. Built-in 1948, it was the first basketball-only facility in the NCAA and hosted several NCAA tournament games, including the first-ever NCAA basketball tournament game in 1939, a 65-59 victory by the Louisville Cardinals over the Kentucky Wildcats.
The Stadium is a nationally-renowned arena for high school basketball. It is named after former Knox College President, Mr. Jeff Knox. It is the largest gymnasium in the state of Illinois and seats 1,500 spectators. It currently holds the NCAA Division I national championships for both men and women.
The Knox Basketball Stadium is home to the Knox Lady Indians and the Knox Indian Knights. The stadium is located right off Highway 57 next to the baseball field and concession stand. The stadium seats 2,500 and is the home court for the Lady Indians and Indian Knights.
Knox Basketball Stadium is a state-of-the-art venue located on the University of Tennessee campus. It was constructed in 1999 and renamed in 2014 after longtime University of Tennessee Athletic Director, and native of Knoxville, George “Buz” Sutton. The stadium also houses the Vols’ basketball practice facility, the Vol Club, and premium seating.
It is one of the most popular places in town. It’s always packed with people cheering on their favorite team. The atmosphere is electric and the games are always exciting.
This Basketball Stadium and the State Basketball Centre in Wantirna South are home to Knox Basketball.
Knox Basketball is one of the largest basketball associations in Australia. It has around 1,000 teams competing every week across
- junior domestic competitions
- senior domestic competitions.
Knox Basketball Stadium features:
- six basketball courts
- administration offices
- kiosk and eating area
- tiered seating
- function room
- meeting rooms
- change rooms and toilets
- car park.
The history at Knox Basketball Stadium is lengthy. Its first game was in 1920. In 1961, Knox was chosen to host the national championship game. Since then, the stadium has hosted many NCAA, high school, and amateur events. The stadium also hosted the NBA All-Star Classic in 1998.
Knox Basketball Stadium is a venue in Knoxville, Tennessee that belongs to the University of Tennessee and is home to the Tennessee Lady Vols. The stadium opened in 1975 and hosted the 1990 USA Basketball Women’s World Championship, where the Women’s team won a gold medal.
Today, the Knox University Basketball Stadium is still in use, hosting men’s and women’s games, as well as home contests for the university’s men’s volleyball team.