Pacific Coliseum

The Pacific Coliseum has been home to NHL and WHL hockey teams and has hosted national figure skating championships, gymnastics competitions, national skateboarding competitions, world juniors hockey and memorial cup hockey championships.

Most notably, the Pacific Coliseum was home to the 2010 Winter Olympic Games figure skating and short track speed skating competitions. As part of the Olympic legacy, the building received $22 million in upgrades in 2009 including 15,000 new seats, renovated washrooms and concessions.

The Pacific Coliseum has also been home to a variety of wrestling, boxing, basketball, soccer and other sporting events throughout the year.

The Pacific Coliseum accommodates 15,713 in permanent seating and offers 90,000 square feet of exhibition area on the floor and concourse area, with a 14-foot wide ramp connecting the two levels. Dressing rooms, office space, press working areas, exhibitors lounge, food and beverage outlets, box office and full suite of ticketing services are available within the building. Seating capacities in the Pacific Coliseum arena range from 6,000 for lower bowl only, to over 15,700 for full spectator sport configurations.

Specs:

Total capacity: 17,500
Permanent Seating: 15,713
Arena Floor: 56,825 square feet
Upper Level: 37,500 square feet
Ceiling Height: 68′ – Floor to beams
Floor to score clock: 50′
Total: 94,325 square feet

 

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