Ak-Sar-Ben (also Aksarben) was an indoor arena and horse racing complex in Omaha, Nebraska, USA. Seating capacity for the arena was about 7,200. The track was built in 1920 and the arena was built in 1929. The complex was built to fund the civic and philanthropic activities of the Knights of Ak-Sar-Ben (the name "Ak-Sar-Ben" is derived from spelling "Nebraska" backwards). ...more on Wikipedia about "Ak-Sar-Ben"
Bob Devaney Sports Center is a 13,500-seat multi-purpose arena on the campus of the University of Nebraska in Lincoln, Nebraska. The arena opened in 1976 and is named after former Nebraska football coach and athletic director Bob Devaney. It is home to the Cornhuskers basketball team. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bob Devaney Sports Center"
Eagle Raceway is a one-third mile dirt track located two miles east of Eagle, Nebraska on U.S. Highway 34 in Cass County, Nebraska, often referred to by some as the "World's Fastest Third Mile" because of it's speed. The track is located approximately fifteen miles east of Lincoln, Nebraska. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eagle Raceway"
Haymarket Park is a baseball and softball complex in Lincoln, Nebraska. It is the home field of the Lincoln Saltdogs minor league baseball team and University of Nebraska-Lincoln Cornhuskers college baseball and softball teams. The baseball stadium (Hawks Field) opened in May 2001 and seats about 4,500 people; an additional 4,000 people can sit on berms along the outfield walls. The softball stadium (Bowlin Stadium) seats around 750 people, with berm seating for an additional 1,500. ...more on Wikipedia about "Haymarket Park"
The Ice Box is a 5,010-seat multi-purpose arena in Lincoln, Nebraska. It was adapted for hockey upon the Stars' arrival in 1997. It is home to the Lincoln Stars junior ice hockey team. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ice Box"
Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium is a baseball stadium in Omaha, Nebraska. It serves as the home of both the minor league Omaha Royals and the annual NCAA Division I College World Series. ...more on Wikipedia about "Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium"
The Kearney Events Center is a 5,000-seat multi-purpose arena in Kearney, Nebraska. It opened on November 2000 as the Tri-City Arena. It is home to the Tri-City Storm ice hockey, Nebraska Cranes basketball and Tri-City Diesel arena football teams. Seating capacity for hockey, basketball and arena football is 4,047. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kearney Events Center" Whatever You're Into, Get Into shortopedia. shortopedia
Memorial Stadium is located on the campus of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, just north of downtown Lincoln, Nebraska. It is the home to the university's NCAA Division I college football team, the Nebraska Cornhuskers. ...more on Wikipedia about "Memorial Stadium, Lincoln"
Omaha Civic Auditorium is a multi-purpose convention center in Omaha, Nebraska. It was built in 1954 and was the largest convention complex in the city until the completion of the Qwest Center nearly 50 years later. ...more on Wikipedia about "Omaha Civic Auditorium"
The Pershing Center is a 4,526-seat multi-purpose arena in Lincoln, Nebraska, USA. It is home to the Lincoln Capitols NIFL indoor football team and the Lincoln Thunder ABA basketball team. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pershing Center"
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