Fargo, North Dakota

A photo of Fargo.

Fargo is the largest city in North Dakota, United States. The city has a population of nearly 100,000 and a metro area of almost 200,000.

It forms a twin cities with neighbouring Moorhead, Minnesota.

Fargo hosted 2009 IIHF World U18 Championships hockey tournament at the Urban Plains Center along with the Moorhead Sports Center in nearby Moorhead.



  • John E. Carlson Coliseum (1968-Present)
  • Urban Plains Center (2008-Present) now known as Scheels Arena
  • Washington Park Rink
  • Roosevelt Park Rink
  • McKinley Park Rink
  • Madison Park Rink
  • Longfellow Park Rink
  • Lincoln Park Rink
  • Bennett Park Rink
  • Brunsdale Park Rink
  • Village West Park Rink
  • Westgate Park Rink
  • Rabanus Park Rink
  • Lewis & Clark Park Rink
  • Jefferson Park Rink
  • Clara Barton Park Rink
  • Centennial Park Rink
  • Horrace Mann Park Rink
  • Fargo Sports Arena
  • Fargodome
  • Teamsters Ice Arena
  • Southwest Youth Ice Arena
  • Sunmart Centennial Arena


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