|Location|| 2000 Hewitt Avenue Suite 200|
Everett, Washington 98201
|Owner||City of Everett, Washington, Everett Public Facilities District|
|Former names|| Everett Events Center (2003–2007), Comcast Center
|Tenants||Everett Silvertips (WHL) (2003-Present|
|Capacity|| Hockey: 8,513|
Center stage concert: 10,000
End stage concert: 9,000
The Xfinity Arena at Everett, formerly known as the Comcast Arena at Everett (2007-2014) Everett Events Center (2003-07), is a $71.5 million dollar muti-purpose complex in Everett, Washington, designed and developed by the City of Everett Public Facilities District. The arena opened in September 2003.
Xfinity Arena is the home of the Everett Silvertips, a Western Hockey League franchise. In their first season (2003-04) the Everett Silvertips were led by former NHL Head Coach Kevin Constantine, to win the WHL Western Conference Championship. Since then, the Everett Silvertips have gone on to set a record for the most wins and points for an expansion team. Throughout their six seasons in Everett, the Silvertips have welcomed well over 1.3 million fans into the arena while accumulating 201 wins as they have proven to be the exemplary threat in the Western Hockey League.