Auburn Arena - Volleyball
Built at a cost of $86 million, Auburn Arena seats 2,000 fans for volleyball matches, bringing Tiger fans close to the action. The furthest seat in Auburn Arena is just 43 feet away from the court. A full two-thirds of the seats in the facility are less than 27 feet in elevation from courtside.
|Capacity||2,000 (for volleyball)|
|Address||250 Beard-Eaves Court|
Auburn students have their own entrance, lobby and concessions area at the Arena to service 1,500 floor-level seats.
Auburn Arena features a team store, six concession stands, three elevators, 94 HD televisions plus family restrooms and customer service kiosks on all seating levels.
For special events, 12,000 square feet of banquet space, including tailgate and super suites, is available.
Auburn's Jonathan B. Lovelace Museum & Hall of Honor is located on the concourse at the main entrance. Fans who visit the Lovelace Hall of Honor at Auburn Arena take an interactive walk through Auburn athletics history.
The Auburn volleyball team moved to Auburn Arena prior to the 2013 season.
Doors open at Auburn Arena 60 minutes prior to each volleyball event. General public may enter via the Main Entrance or Scholarship Entrance.