|Location||4847b 19th St., Red Deer, Alberta T4R 2N7|
|Owner||Westerner Exposition Association|
|Operator||Westerner Exposition Association|
|Tenants||Red Deer Rebels (WHL)|
|Capacity|| Hockey: 6,706|
The ENMAX Centrium is a two-tier 6,706-seat multi-purpose arena in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada. It was built in 1991 and is home to the Red Deer Rebels hockey team. When utilizing floor seating, the arena can hold a maximum of 6,828 people. Floor to ceiling divider curtains can be used to mask off the unused portions, when "half house" it seats 3,357.
Located on Westerner Park in the south end of Red Deer, the Centrium is the largest indoor venue not only in Red Deer, but all of central Alberta.
The arena is currently named for ENMAX Consolidated, a utility services company which purchased the naming rights.
It was the primary site for the 1995 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships.
- Arena - 200' x 85' , 17,000 sq ft (1,759 m²)
- Arena Level, seating removed - 50,000 sq ft (7,626 m²)
- Concourse Level- 30,000 sq ft (2,790 m²)
- Height - 52 ft (17 m) to roof truss
|Current arenas in the Western Hockey League|
|Art Hauser Centre · Brandt Centre · Canalta Centre · Credit Union iPlex · ENMAX Centre · ENMAX Centrium · Mosaic Place · Rexall Place · Scotiabank Saddledome · SaskTel Place · Western Financial Place · Westman Place|
|CN Centre · Interior Savings Centre · Memorial Coliseum · Pacific Coliseum · Prospera Place · Moda Center · Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre · ShoWare Center · Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena · Toyota Center · Xfinity Arena at Everett|