United Center

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United Center
Location Chicago, Illinois
Opened August 18, 1994
Other Names n/a
Tenants Chicago Bulls (1994-present)
Chicago Blackhawks (1995-present)

United Center (also known as The UC, The Madhouse on Madison, or The House that Jordan Built) is an indoor arena on the Near West Side of Chicago, Illinois. It is home to the Chicago Bulls of the National Basketball Association (NBA) and the Chicago Blackhawks of the National Hockey League (NHL). It is named after its corporate sponsor, United Airlines. With a capacity of nearly 21,000, the United Center is the largest arena by capacity in the NBA.

The first event held at the arena was a political fundraiser on August 18. The first sporting event was WWF SummerSlam on August 29.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
National Basketball Association November 4, 1994 Chicago Bulls vs. Charlotte Hornets Program
National Hockey League January 25, 1995 Chicago Blackhawks vs. Edmonton Oilers Program
National Basketball Association 1995-96 Chicago Bulls Program
Chicago Bulls vs. Seattle SuperSonics NBA Finals Program
1996-97 Chicago Bulls vs. Utah Jazz) NBA Finals Program
1997-98 Utah Jazz vs. Chicago Bulls NBA Finals Program
National Hockey League 2009-10 Chicago Blackhawks vs. Philadelphia Flyers Stanley Cup Finals Program
2012-13 Chicago Blackhawks vs. Boston Bruins Stanley Cup Finals Program
National Basketball Association 2012-13 Chicago Bulls Program
2013-14 Chicago Bulls Program
February 16, 2020 Eastern Conference vs. Western Conference NBA All-Star Game Program

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