|Capacity:||Hockey: 18,694 (20,041 with standing room); Basketball: 20,500 (without standing room); Concerts: 20,041|
|Surface Type:||Multi Surface|
The Canadian Tire Centre is a multi-purpose indoor arena in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada that opened on 15th January 1996. The other famous names of the stage are The Palladium, Corel Centre, and Scotiabank Place. The field is primarily used for playing ice hockey and also serves as the home stadium for the Ottawa Senators of National Hockey League (NHL) since its inauguration. Apart from sports events, it also hosts musical concerts and entertainment events. The arena has a seating capacity of 18,694 (for hockey) and 20,500 (for basketball).