Legacy Arena

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Legacy Arena
Location Birmingham, Alabama
Opened September 28, 1976
Other Names BJCC Arena (1999-2014)
BJCC Coliseum (1976-99)
Tenants UAB Blazers (1978-88)
Birmingham Bulls (1976-81)

Legacy Arena is an arena located at the Birmingham–Jefferson Convention Complex in Birmingham, Alabama. The arena seats 17,654 for sporting events, 19,000 for concerts and 8,000 in a theater setting. When the arena is converted to theater seating, the arena serves under the name Magic City Theatre.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
World Hockey Association 1976-77 Birmingham Bulls Program
1978-79 Birmingham Bulls Program
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