|Location||Milwaukee, United States of America|
|Capacity||Wrestling: 18,800; Concerts: 20,000; College basketball: 18,850; Basketball:18,717; Ice hockey: 17,845; Indoor soccer: 17,800|
Bradley Center also known as BMO Harris Bradley Center is an indoor arena, located in downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It is the home of the NBA team Milwaukee Bucks and has formerly served as home of the MISL team Milwaukee Wave from 1988 to 2003 and Milwaukee Mustangs of AFL from 1994 to 2001. The construction of the stadium began on October 20, 1986 and took two years to complete with an expenditure of $91 million (which is $184 million in 2016 dollars). HOK Sport, Kahler Slater, Torphy Architects, Zimmerman Design Group have been credited to give the arena a unique design.