Mizzou Arena >> Men's Basketball
Game-Day Atmosphere |
Player Development |
Locker Room/Player Lounge |
Training Room |
Strength and Conditioning
| On September 21, 2002, a new and exciting phase for Missouri Basketball began with the groundbreaking for a brand new, $75 million state-of-the-art facility. An imposing place to play for any opposing team, Mizzou Arena provides unbelievable options for the Tigers when it comes to player development. In addition to more seating, with a capacity of more than 15,000, there are a host of other exciting additions:
- 26 Luxury Suites
- State-of-the-art training room
- Expanded locker room facilities complete with film room and player lounge and nutrition center
- 24-Hour Practice gym
- Basketball office complex
- Box office and team store
- Missouri Athletics Hall of Fame
Home Court Advantage
There's no question who the sixth man of Mizzou basketball is when the Tigers storm the floor. Tiger basketball season tickets are once again a hot item in the heartland and interest in Mizzou basketball remains at the highest level.
From energetic students to long-time season ticket holders, more than 15,000 fans will pack the seats, making Mizzou Arena one of the more raucous venues on the collegiate basketball scene. Last season, Mizzou toppled three nationally-ranked foes inside its new home with the 2005-06 campaign sure to promise even more.
Mizzou Arena houses all the up-to-date technologies desired in a modern sports facility. Both the men's and women's Basketball programs have game video viewing theaters, all coaches offices and meeting rooms have cable TV hook-ups and both private (suites, clubs) and public (concession stands, retail store) areas throughout the arena have direct game and cable televisions in place.
Following games and prior to practice, student-athletes can review previous contests and scout upcoming opponents all within the comfort of Mizzou Arena.
Dedicated and secured satellite links also ensure that Mizzou athletic highlghts are seen across the nation. With three Mizzou graduates gracing the broadcast teams of ESPN, it's no wonder why so many Tigers become household names by the end of their careers.