Oracle Arena

Golden State Warriors ( NBA, 1966-1967, 1971-1996, since 1997) California Golden Seals ( NHL, 1967-1976 ) Oakland Skates (RHI, 1993-1995) California Golden Bears (NCAA, 1966-1999 )

  • WTA Championships 1978

The Oracle Arena (also known under the old designations Oakland Coliseum Arena, The Arena in Oakland or Oakland Arena) is a sports hall in Oakland, Calif., since its construction in 1966 the venue of the home matches of NBA team the Golden State Warriors.

The Oracle Arena offers 19,596 seats for basketball games and 17,000 seats for hockey games. The largest number of audience was reached by 20,679 in the fourth semi-final of the Western Conference (NBA) on 13 May 2007, which lost the Warriors with 101-115 against the Utah Jazz. Besides the use as a sports venue, the arena is also used for concerts. Thus, included performances by Pink Floyd, Aerosmith, Bruce Springsteen, Nirvana, U2, The Rolling Stones and Madonna on here.


Interior panorama

The Arena during a play-off game, the Golden State Warriors