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Reunion Arena
Reunion Arena
Location 777 Sports Street, Dallas, Texas 75207
Opened April 1980
Closed June 2008
Demolished September 2009
Owner The City of Dallas
Construction cost US$27 million
Architect HKS, Inc.
Tenants Dallas Mavericks (National Basketball Association) (1980–2001)
Dallas Tornado (NASL INDOOR) (1980–1981)
Dallas Sidekicks (Major Indoor Soccer League) (1984–2004)
Dallas Texans (Arena Football League) (1990–1993)
Dallas Stars (NHL) (1993–2001)
Dallas Stallions (Roller Hockey International) (1999)
Dallas Desperados (AFL) (2003)
1986 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament
World Class Championship Wrestling
Capacity Basketball: 17,293
Ice hockey: 17,001
Indoor Soccer: 16,626
Concerts:
  • End Stage: 18,628
  • Center Stage: 19,071
  • Half House: 9,663

Reunion Arena was an indoor arena in the Reunion district of downtown Dallas, Texas (USA). The arena held 17,300 for basketball and 17,000 for ice hockey. It is currently being demolished, and the site is scheduled to be cleared by the end of September 2009.

HistoryEdit

Reunion Arena was completed in 1980 at a cost of $27 million. It was named for the early mid-nineteenth century commune, La Reunion. In late 2005, the arena and the Dallas Convention Center were used as the primary Dallas shelters for evacuees of Hurricane Katrina.


Home teamsEdit

The arena was the home of the Dallas Mavericks from 1980 to 2001 and the Dallas Stars from 1993 to 2001. Both teams moved to the American Airlines Center in 2001.


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Preceded by
Met Center
Home of the
Dallas Stars

1993 – 2001
Succeeded by
American Airlines Center

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