|Location||Orlando, United States of America|
|Capacity||Center Stage Concert: 18,039; End Stage Concert: 17,740; Basketball: 17,461; Arena Football: 15,924; Ice Hockey: 15,948|
The Amway Center is one of the renowned sports venues in the downtown location of Orlando, Florida. The arena was introduced as a part of the Downtown Orlando Master Plan in its third stage. The stadium was inaugurated on 1st October 2010. It took the planners and builders more than two years to complete the construction of the stadium. The initially expected cost of the construction was 370 million dollars which rose to 480 million dollars during commencement. The Amway Center has been used as the stamping ground by the American professional Basketball team "Orlando Magic" of NBA and the "Orlando Solar Bears" of EHCL since 2010 and 2012, respectively. The center can hold up to 18,846 spectators for NBA events and 20,000 for NCAA Basketball events.