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As one of the most beloved venues in all of college basketball, Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Indiana has been the home to some of the most exciting basketball games in the sport's history. Assembly Hall first opened as the home of the University of Indiana Hoosiers basketball program in 1971, the same year that Hall of Fame coach Bob Knight took over the team, a post he held until 2000. As one of the most recognizable and iconic venues in all of college sports, Assembly Hall in Bloomington is no stranger to big time college basketball action. Head Coach Tom Crean and the players continue to be one of the most consistent programs, always in the mix in the Big Ten Conference and a threat to go all the way in the NCAA Tournament.
As a member of the Big Ten Conference, the Indiana Hoosiers are always playing tough opponents, with foes like the Ohio Stat Buckeyes, Wisconsin Badgers and Michigan State Spartans among the annual visitors who hope to leave Assembly Hall in Bloomington with a rare victory. Indiana fans are known for being among the most spirited and passionate in the country and their home games are almost always sold out. The Hoosiers have won three National Championships since Assembly Hall opened, and game day at the arena is a unique and unforgettable experience that needs to be added to your sports bucket list today.
Set in beautiful Southern Indiana, Bloomington is a quintessential college town. Known for its gorgeous limestone buildings, the campus of the University of Indiana is as pretty as postcard no matter the season. When on campus, there is no hotter ticket than a Hoosier game at Assembly Hall, one of the true icons of college basketball. For great off campus activities, a trip to Lake Monroe for kayaking, swimming and even cliff jumping are local favorites. No matter what activity you like best, Bloomington, Indiana has something for everyone.
An intimate, fan friendly arena that houses one of the most famed programs in all of college basketball, Assembly Hall is always home to some of the loudest and most raucous crowds found anywhere. With seating for 17,000 screaming fans clad in red and white, Assembly Hall was built with the bulk of the seating on the side of the court rather than behind the baskets to offer fans the best possible views of the action. With an extensive renovation now in the works, Assembly Hall will soon be better than ever with many technological and logistical upgrades that will only make the game day experience better for future Hoosiers games. Get to StubHub today to see when Hoosier tickets are available because you won't want to miss a visit to this iconic arena.
Who is the beloved coach that the court at Assembly Hall is named after?
Branch McCracken Court at Assembly Hall is named after the coach who led the Hoosiers program to their first two National Championships in 1940 and 1953.