Pechanga Arena

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Pechanga Arena
Location San Diego, California
Opened November 17, 1966
Other Names Valley View Casino Center (2010-18)
iPayOne Center (2005-07)
San Diego Sports Arena (1970-2005, 2007-10)
San Diego International Sports Center (1966-70)
Tenants San Diego Gulls (2015-present)
San Diego Mariners (1974-77)
San Diego Rockets (1967-71)

Pechanga Arena is an indoor arena built in 1966 and located in the Midway area of San Diego, California.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
National Basketball Association 1967-68 San Diego Rockets Program (1 • 2)
February 27, 1969 San Diego Rockets vs. Cincinnati Royals Program
1969-70 San Diego Rockets Program
1970-71 San Diego Rockets Program
Boxing March 31, 1973 Muhammad Ali vs. Ken Norton Program
World Hockey Association 1974-75 San Diego Mariners Program
1975-76 San Diego Mariners Program (1 • 2)

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