Sprint Center Facts

Sprint Center is the region’s premier venue and continues to host more than 100 events a year, including concerts, family shows, special events as well as professional, collegiate and amateur sporting events.

General Facts

  • Location - On eight-and-a-half acres, bounded by 13th Street to the north, Truman Road to the south, Oak Street to the east and Grand Boulevard to the west
  • Opened October 10, 2007
  • Total Project Cost - $276 million
  • Owner - City of Kansas City, MO.
  • Operator - AEG
  • Construction Manager - M.A. Mortenson Company
  • Project Manager - ICON Venue Group
  • Sprint Naming Rights Sponsor and Official Communications Provider
  • Food and Beverage Concessionaire - Levy Restaurants 
  • Architect - Downtown Arena Design Team (HOK S+V+E, Ellerbe Becket, 360 Architecture, Rafael Architects)
  • Capacity Seating (depending on configuration)-approximately 18,000+
  • Home to the College Basketball Experience (www.thecollegebasketballexperience.com)


  • Six locker room facilities (NHL, NBA, Auxiliary)
  • Multi-event capability — hockey, basketball, indoor soccer, arena football, concerts, family and dirt shows
  • Five Star dressing rooms
  • 16 LED screen scoreboard
  • 360 degree ribbon board
  • Two 50 ft. ribbon boards
  • Broadcast interview room
  • Six bay loading dock
  • Green room
  • Team family room
  • Novelty stands on Main and Upper Concourse
  • 15 Box Office windows
  • Concourse Bar
  • UMB Count on More Lounge