Field House

Field House

Field House or Fieldhouse is a common name for indoor sports arenas and stadiums, mostly used for college basketball, volleyball, or ice hockey.

United States


*Buckner Fieldhouse, University of Alaska Anchorage


*Firestone Fieldhouse, Pepperdine University


*Balch Fieldhouse, University of Colorado
*Cadet Field House Ice Arena, United States Air Force Academy
*Cougar Field House, Colorado Christian University


*Hugh S. Greer Field House, University of Connecticut


*Delaware Field House, University of Delaware


*Hanner Fieldhouse, Georgia Southern University


*Chick Evans Field House, Northern Illinois University
*Robertson Memorial Field House, Bradley University
*Wharton Field House, Tri-Cities Blackhawks
*Horton Fieldhouse, Illinois State University


*Conseco Fieldhouse, Indiana Pacers
*Gladstein Fieldhouse, Indiana University
*Hinkle Fieldhouse, Butler University
*Lambert Fieldhouse, Purdue University
*New Castle Fieldhouse, New Castle Chrysler High School
*Notre Dame Fieldhouse, University of Notre Dame


*Iowa Fieldhouse, University of Iowa


*Ahearn Field House, Kansas State University
*Allen Fieldhouse, University of Kansas


*Huey Long Field House, Louisiana State University
*Loyola Field House, New Orleans Jazz


*Cole Field House, University of Maryland
*Hill Field House, Morgan State University
*Novak Field House, Prince George's Community College


*Bowen Field House, Eastern Michigan University
*Ford Fieldhouse, Grand Rapids Community College
*GVSU Fieldhouse, Grand Valley State University
*Jenison Fieldhouse, Michigan State University


*John S. Glas Field House, Bemidji State University

New York

*Houston Field House, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
*Manley Field House, Syracuse University
*McCann Field House, Marist College


*Armory Fieldhouse, University of Cincinnati
*Schmidt Field House, Xavier University


*Frederickson Fieldhouse, Oklahoma City University
*Hamilton Field House, University of Central Oklahoma
*McCasland Field House, University of Oklahoma


*Alumni Memorial Fieldhouse, Saint Joseph's University
*Erie County Field House, American Hockey League
*Fitzgerald Field House, University of Pittsburgh
*Jake Nevin Field House, Villanova University

outh Carolina

*Carolina Fieldhouse, University of South Carolina
*CSU Field House, Charleston Southern University
*McAlister Field House, The Citadel


*Texas A&M-Commerce Field House, Texas A&M University–Commerce
*UTPA Fieldhouse, University of Texas-Pan American


*Smith Fieldhouse, Brigham Young University


*Gutterson Fieldhouse, University of Vermont


*Old Dominion University Fieldhouse, Old Dominion University

West Virginia

*Veterans Memorial Fieldhouse, Marshall University


*University of Wisconsin Field House, University of Wisconsin-Madison


*Seaman Stadium and Field House, Okotoks Dawgs

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  • field house — field′ house n. 1) a building housing the dressing facilities, storage spaces, etc., used in connection with an athletic field 2) spo a building used for indoor athletic events • Etymology: 1890–95 …   From formal English to slang

  • field house — ☆ field house n. 1. a building near an athletic field, with lockers, showers, etc. for the athletes use 2. a large building for basketball games, indoor track meets, etc …   English World dictionary

  • field house — noun Date: 1895 1. a building at an athletic field for housing equipment or providing dressing facilities 2. a building enclosing a large area suitable for various forms of athletics and usually providing seats for spectators …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • field house — 1. a building housing the dressing facilities, storage spaces, etc., used in connection with an athletic field. 2. a building used for indoor athletic events, as track events or basketball. [1890 95, Amer.] * * * …   Universalium

  • field house — noun 1. a building for indoor sports • Syn: ↑sports arena • Hypernyms: ↑house 2. an athletic facility where athletes prepare for sport • Hypernyms: ↑athletic facility • Part Holonyms: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • Houston Field House — Infobox Stadium stadium name = Dr. Livingston W. Houston Field House| nickname = location = Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Troy, NY broke ground = 1948 opened = October 13, 1949 closed = demolished = owner = RPI operator = RPI surface = 200x85… …   Wikipedia

  • Cole Field House — Coordinates: 38°59′16.6″N 76°56′48.1″W / 38.987944°N 76.946694°W / 38.987944; 76.946694 …   Wikipedia

  • McCasland Field House — T. Howard McCasland Field House The Field House Location 151 W Brooks Norman, OK 73019 Opened January 13, 1928 …   Wikipedia

  • Manley Field House — Former names Low Hill Location Comstock Ave E. Colvin St Syracuse, NY 13244 Opened 1962 Owner Syracuse University Operator Syracuse University …   Wikipedia

  • Fitzgerald Field House — Infobox Stadium stadium name = Fitzgerald Field House| nickname = location = Allequippa St Darragh St Pittsburgh, PA 15260 broke ground = opened = December 15, 1951 closed = demolished = owner = University of Pittsburgh operator = University of… …   Wikipedia

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