Mizzou Arena » Men's Basketball
Welcome to Mizzou Arena, called the finest on-campus basketball arena in America by ESPN.com. Home to Mizzou Basketball, Mizzou Arena produces one of the country's top home-court venues thanks to state-of-the art training facilities, locker rooms, which are being renovated in 2014, and a full-length practice gym, which is open to Tiger student-athletes 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
New locker rooms for Tiger Basketball will include an updated players lounges, private taping bays, dressing rooms and film rooms. It will also include the finest in audio visual, equipment charging stations and gaming equipment.
Once student-athletes exit the locker rooms, newly-designed flooring and graphics packages will recreate the experience of wearing a Tiger uniform before hitting the court. Missouri has been one of the country's most successful programs throughout its history and reminders of players past and present will line the hallways after the completion of the renovation.
Mizzou has spared no expense when providing its student-athletes the finest in training and therapy equipment. Mizzou Arena is home to a private Athletic Performance Center, designed specifically to train basketball athletes. This area has strength training and cardio equipment, designed specifically by the strength staff to maximize student-athletes' abilities on and off the court.
Across the hall, the Mizzou Athletic Training room comes complete with aqua therapy and hydro pools, as well as treatment tables and offices for the Mizzou Sports Medicine Team. Due to its efficient design our student-athletes are just steps away from every specially-designed player development area.
Nutritional needs can also be met at Mizzou Arena. While teams have the ability to cater in meals before/following games and practices, both locker rooms have nutrition stations to meet the needs of our student-athletes.
Once you enter Norm Stewart Court, it becomes easy to see why Missouri has won at a high clip at home since the building was opened in 2004. The Mizzou student section anchors one end of the court and 26 state-of-the-art suites separate two rowdy decks of fans. In total the building holds better than 15,000 fans and is known for being one of the toughest road venues for our visitors in the SEC.
Behind the suites are private clubs, which also can host large functions. The arena is catered by Levy Restaurants, which is one of the premier sport and entertainment caterers in collegiate and professional venues.
New in 2014 will also be a complete remake of the Mizzou coaching offices. Entryways and offices will begin undergoing a remodel, providing fresh graphics and redesigns for offices to meet the needs of Coach Kim Anderson and Coach Robin Pingeton.
Once basketball season is completed, Mizzou Arena is home to some of the top touring acts. No matter your entertainment tastes, Mizzou Arena is one of the liveliest venues in the Heartland.
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