Basketball:18,418; Ice Hockey:16,151 (6,374 with curtain system); Concert:19,000 (maximum capacity)
The San Antonio Rampage renamed the press box of the AT&T Center as Jessica Redfield Press Box in the year 2012. This was done to honor the news reporter, Jessica Redfield who died in the 2012 Aurora Theater shooting.
The naming rights of the AT&T Center were received in July, 2000. An agreement was made with SBC Communications to name the arena as AT&T Center. It was a $41 million deal for a span of 20 years.
The AT&T Center is San Antonio's multi-purposeindoor arena, situated in Texas, UnitedStates. It is owned by the Bexar County and operated by Spurs Sports & Entertainment. It was opened on 18th October, 2002. An estimated amount of US$186 million was spent on erecting the center. The chief architecture teams to design the structure of the center are Ellerbe Becket, Kell Muñoz Architects and Lake Flato Architects. Apart from other sporting events, the center also hosts the San Antonio Sports Car Associationautocross competitions that are held in the parking lot, every month. The center was known as the SBC Center from 2002 to 2006. The name was changed to AT&T Center in January, 2006. In 2014, the Bexar County Commissioners Court allowed Spurs Sports and Entertainment to renovate the AT&T Center. The budget of the renovation was $101.5 million and the workstarted in the summer of 2015. The San Antonio Rampage (AHL) and San Antonio Spurs (NBA) have been the tenants of the center since 2002. The San Antonio Stars (WNBA) used the center as their home in between 2003-2014.
The venue hosted the 2007 WWE Royal Rumble match.
The memorable 2009 WWE TLC match was held at the AT&T Center.
The 2011 WWE Vengeance match was held at the AT&T Center.
The center is the patent host of the annual Bud Light River City Rockfest since 2013.
The Professional Bull Riders (an international bull riding organization) conducted the Built Ford Tough Series at the center on 1st and 2nd August in 2009.