|Capacity||7,424 (for gymnastics)|
|Location||Maps & Directions|
Free ticket vouchers are available for fans to pick up at various locations in Auburn and Opelika.
- Alumni Hall
- Auburn Bank (Gay Street location)
- Burger Fi
- Chicken Salad Chick
- Full Moon
- Momma Goldberg's
- Max Credit Union
Built at a cost of $86 million, Auburn Arena seats a total of 7,424 gymnastics fans. Auburn Arena replaced the old Beard-Eaves Memorial Coliseum as home of Auburn Gymnastics for the 2010-11 season.
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. Auburn students have their own entrance, lobby and concessions area at the Arena to service 1,500 floor-level seats.
The 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.
For the teams, Auburn Arena offers an office suite for the coaches, locker rooms and a 13,970-square foot practice facility and weight room.
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.
Public parking is available at the following locations (click map below to enlarge/print) for gymnastics:
- Orange (Free Parking)
- Blue (Reserved Parking)
Reserved Parking is available in the Auburn Arena Parking Lot (Blue) on a first-come, first-served basis beginning at 5 p.m. CT for the following:
- Ticket holders with a valid ticket to that night's meet
- Tigers Unlimited members with a valid membership card
- Individuals possessing a meet credential
Accessible parking is available in the Auburn Arena parking lot (limited spaces available) in addition to parking lots SW of the intersection of Magnolia and Donahue. To access, you will need a state tag or hang tag and a photo ID of the owner of the registered tag. The owner must be present to obtain access to accessible parking.
Tiger Transit shuttles (routes shown on map above) will be available free of charge for the following meets:
- Auburn vs Oregon State (Jan. 6)
- Auburn vs Georgia (Jan. 13)
- Auburn vs Arkansas (Feb. 3)
- Auburn vs LSU (Feb. 24)
- Auburn vs Pitt (Mar. 10)
The buses will begin running two hours prior to meet time and will run continuously until 10 p.m., reversing route at 8 p.m.
The buses will pick up inside the parking lot of the Athletics Complex and the McWhorter Center. The buses will then drive down Donahue, take a right on Heisman and pick up on the east side of the parking deck (existing Tiger Transit stop, before the bus depot). The buses will continue down Heisman and enter the Arena Parking Lot. Fans will be dropped off at the Tiger Transit stop in front of the Arena Suites.