|Macon Centreplex Coliseum|
|Location|| 200 Coliseum Drive |
Macon, Georgia 31217
|Opened||1968 (Renovated in 1996)|
|Owner||City of Macon|
|Operator||City of Macon|
|Tenants|| Macon Knights (2001-2006) |
Macon Whoopee (1996-2001)
Macon Blaze (2005-2005)
Macon Trax (2002-2005)
Georgia Gwizzlies 2007-present
GHSA High School Basketball Class A, AA, and AAA Championships 1968-present
|Capacity|| Basketball: 9,252 |
Hockey and Arena football: 7,182
The Macon Coliseum is a multi-purpose arena and convention center in Macon, Georgia, United States. It was home to the Macon Whoopee and Macon Trax ice hockey teams and also the Macon Knights arena football team until 2006. It is currently home to the Georgia Gwizzlies, a basketball team that plays in the American Basketball Association. Seating 7,182 for hockey and arena football and up to 9,252 for concerts, it is the largest of three facilities comprising the Macon Centreplex, which also includes the adjacent Edgar H. Wilson Convention Centre and the Macon City Auditorium, located downtown.
Macon Coliseum was built in 1968 as the first facility of its size and kind in the state.