Are you ready for some high-intensity sports action? The Value City Arena – Schottenstein Center,
located in Columbus, Ohio, is one of the most popular sports arenas in the Midwest, and has played host to some of the biggest
games in sports history. The arena first opened in 1998 as a home for the Ohio State University Buckeyes men's and women's
basketball teams. It is currently the largest sports facility in the Big Ten Conference. It is also home to the OSU men's
hockey team, and can hold more than 20,000 cheering fans.
Construction on the arena began in 1996, and took only two
years to complete. During the construction process, more than 3,800 cement trucks made their way to the site to help complete
the 770,000-square foot building. The $115 million facility opened in November of 1998 and has been hosting heart-stopping
basketball and hockey games since its first intense matchup. The building was funded completely by private donations and alumni
support, with the largest gift coming from arena namesake Jerome Schottenstein.
But this arena isn't all about sports.
They also host some of the most exciting concerts and live events in the country. The Value City Arena – Schottenstein
Center has hosted the biggest names in the music business including The Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Justin Timberlake,
Ray Charles, Paul McCartney and Britney Spears.
The Value City Arena – Scottenstein
Center is home to both the Ohio State Buckeyes men's and women's basketball teams as well as the men's ice hockey team. The
talented teams have played many intense battles on the court and ice, and the center has been the site of basketball championship
games, the OHSAA wrestling championship and The Frozen Four. There's nothing more exciting than being there for every net-swishing
moment! And now you can experience all of the excitement and much more!
Not only does the Value City Arena – Schottenstein
Center host some of the biggest events in collegiate basketball and hockey, but the events center has also been the site of
over-the-top concerts and live events featuring some of the biggest stars in the entertainment business. From Barbara Streisand
to The Three Tenors to Jimmy Buffett, this events center has it all. There's never a dull moment at this multi-purpose facility,
and you won't want to miss a moment of the excitement.
This state-of-the-art arena is located
in Columbus, Ohio, which is home to just over 787,000 people. Columbus is the largest city in the state of Ohio, and serves
as the state's capital. The city has been ranked as one of the 50 best cities in the US for businesses by BusinessWeek magazine.
It has also been called one of the up-and-coming cities for technology.
Columbus is filled with scenic beauty, as well
as multiple places for outdoor activities. The city contains several large parks including the Big Darby, which is considered
to be one of the most ecologically diverse parks in the country. Columbus is not only filled with scenic beauty, but it is
also a place to find some of the best cultural experiences in the country. If you're in the mood for music, catch a performance
by the Columbus Symphony Orchestra. And if you're in the mood for dance, then catch a performance by the Columbus Youth Ballet
that was originally founded by artistic director Shir Lee Wu, who was discovered by legendary choreographer Martha Graham.
When game time comes, you don't want to be stuck trying to find a parking spot. Finding
a suitable parking location for your car, SUV, truck or RV is crucial to an enjoyable experience at the arena. There are several
options when it comes to parking near the building, all of which are within walking distance of the arena. And although you
might have to pay a nominal parking fee, it is worth it.
There are several ways to park at the StubHub Center. You can
park in one of the many non-reserved parking lots, which usually open several hours before an event. You can also choose to
purchase parking permits ahead of time.
Seating is available all around the Buckeyes' home court, with several sections
of general admission seating available, as well as designated sections for season ticketholders. With clear sightlines and
an excellent sound and visual system, you won't miss a moment of the action.
The Value City Arena
– Schottenstein Center is a place to catch great sports action and some of the hottest concerts and live events in the
country. But even though it is a place for great entertainment, it is also a place to cheer on your favorite college team.
The arena includes a student section lovingly called the Buckeye Nuthouse, where these diehard fans can watch their team crush