|Location||University Park, United States of America|
|Capacity||Basketball: 15,261; Concerts: 16,000+|
|Surface Type||Multi Surface|
Bryce Jordan Center is the largest top-notch multi-purpose arena of Central Pennsylvania housed between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, adjacent to the Pennsylvania State University’s 107,282 seat Beaver Stadium. Since its heyday in 1996, it has acted as the home of Penn State Nittany Lion’s basketball team for men and women replacing former home "Rec Hall". Architect Rosser International Inc. built the venue at the cost of around 5 million dollars with a brilliant bi-level design. Also, the stadium boasts of advanced state-of-the-art facilities, computer-controlled rigging system, VIP boxes, large electronic display, meeting and function rooms.