Formally named the Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall, the more simply called Assembly Hall is an arena on the Indiana University campus in Bloomington. Construction began in 1967 and was completed in 1971, which is when the arena opened to the public. It is the home stadium for both the men's and women's Indiana Hoosiers basketball teams. Legendary coach Bobby Knight stood on this court and coached his teams to several national championships, and some of the top players in the university's history played on the same court. You might see history unfold for yourself as you watch up-and-coming players take the court. Let StubHub help you become a part of that history with Assembly Hall tickets to all the upcoming games.
What is the Assembly Hall seating capacity?
Assembly Hall seats 17,222 people, making it one of the largest university stadiums in the nation. More than 6 million fans of Hoosier basketball have attended games here since the arena opened.
Where are the best Assembly Hall seats located?
The best seats in Assembly Hall are in sections 1 and 2. These areas, along with section 10, are the numbered student sections. Sections L and other lettered sections are home to students too. Many fans prefer sitting in those seats because of the atmosphere and environment whereas others like sitting further away from the court because it gives them an eagle-eye view. Still more prefer the sections that are closest to the team's benches.
Is there on-site parking at Assembly Hall?
Law enforcement agencies assist IU with parking on game days. You'll find officers waiting on Dunn Street and at other entrances to direct you to parking areas. Traffic can add quite a bit to your wait time, but you can save time when you get there early. An early arrival also reduces the risk of the closest parking lots filling up. Students who have purchased tickets to the game can show their tickets at Gate 9 and receive free parking. Most of the other lots charge a set fee that lets you park all day. This gives you time to explore the university campus.
Can you tell me about the food and drink offerings?
As Coca-Cola is one of the official sponsors of Assembly Hall, you can expect to find Coke products served in its concessions stands. There are stands conveniently located near the main entrance to the stadium and close to many seats. You will find popcorn and other foods served in the arena, including nachos and hot dogs.
Is Assembly Hall a wheelchair-friendly facility?
Both the North and South areas at Assemble Hall have accessible seats for those in wheelchairs. In the lobby attached to each section are accessible restrooms. Gate 4 on 17th Street is the best place to find accessible parking. You'll find handicap parking near Gates 10 and 11, both of which are close to the bypass. The university requires that you show a handicap pass or placard to park in one of those areas. IU also has golf carts that can take disabled patrons to the stadium.Back to Top